No matter if sketching a bored television commentator, the wild antics of Bugs and Daffy or the painful contortions of Ralph the Wolf, Aranda and Saichann with the various hues of Dave Tanguay bring to life the hilarity of WB's cartoon characters. They also like the cartoons themselves subvert the conventions of the point of view. Miss Prissy for instance grips onto the panel borders when she makes her prophetic announcement. They even manage to make Lola Bunny cute, and such a feat is the equivalent of making me care about Hal Jordan. Read Full Review
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