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Tiny Toons Looniversity Trailer Features Looney Tunes References

Get Ready to Tune In: Tiny Tunes Luniversity Brings a New Era of Wackiness and Fun

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We have an official Looniversity Trailer! The Looney Tunes are back and better than ever with the announcement of the upcoming Tiny Tunes reboot, Tiny Tunes Luniversity. Recently, WarnerMeda released the first trailer for the highly anticipated series, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect from the revamped show.

Tiny Toons Looniversity Trailer

The Looniversity trailer opens with a shot of the brand-new Luniversity campus, which looks bigger and more elaborate than the original series. The main building is larger, and there are half a dozen different faculties, a stadium, and the familiar Warner Water Tower. The campus has its Warner Bros. Shields and lampposts, making it a real Animaniacs crossover. The Acme Luniversity logo is complete with Acme throwbacks, including an anvil, spring-loaded boxing glove, mallet, and bomb.

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The Latin slogan, Dictum Factum Nostrum, roughly translates to “And our deed was said,” indicating that the university was established in 1933, the same year that ushered in the early history of the Looney Tunes. The voiceover tells us that the institution has been responsible for shaping the greatest Tunes since 1933.

Looniversity Trailer Features Looney Tunes References

The trailer gives us a glimpse of some classic Looney Tunes, including Bugs, Daffy, Porky, and many others, with a focus on characters who debuted between the middle ’40s to the early ’60s. The main campus building remains the same as the original series, complete with the iconic Bugs and Daffy statues standing on either side.

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The new series features the return of classic animal characters alongside all of the Tiny Tunes siblings, including Babs and Buster Bunny and Plucky Duck. The siblings are crazier than ever and are up to all kinds of mischief. Fans will be happy to see the return of Little Sneezer and Fifi La Fume, adding to the excitement.

One major addition to the series is Lola Bunny, who debuted in 1996’s Space Jam but never appeared in the original Tiny Toon Adventures. She missed out on the Looney Tunes Cartoons lineup, making this her first time joining the Looney crew in one of the retro revivals.

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Tiny Toons Looniversity New Series

The new series features all of the original tunes as teachers at the Tiny Tunes school, bringing together classic and new characters in a fun and exciting way. The trailer is a rapid-fire showcase of gags, explosions, and subversive humour, giving viewers an excellent indication of the show’s style.

Overall, Tiny Tunes Luniversity looks to be a great addition to the ever-growing lineup of Looney Tunes retro revivals, serving as an excellent substitute for Looney Tunes Cartoons, which is running out of new episodes. The art design is in line with previous Looney Tunes cartoons and Animaniacs, making all of these series feel like part of the same universe. Fans can look forward to the series drop this fall and seeing all of their favourite characters back in action.

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