Ruff! My child! AAaaaaaaaa
Not really digging the overtly modernized designs. The new Looney Tunes designs strike the perfect balance of being modern while still respectful to the originals. This just feels like a run-of-the-mill Cartoon Network original.
I would have liked to have seem something more akin to the Quicken Loans ad.
Those character designs aren't half bad! And it's nice to see they're not forgetting some of the lesser-known characters in the H-B stable. Sound design wise, I hope whatever post service utilized (probably Advantage Audio) make extensive use of the H-B library. The effects they created for The Fairly OddParents just wouldn't fit (imagine hearing that little magical pop sound heard oh-so-frequently there in this!).
I wonder what the voice cast will be like for this.
The classic Hanna-Barbera VA's have been used so sporadically that I'm not sure if they have any "official" VA's anymore.
Well, that's great to hear.Jeff Bergman might not be a familiar name but I guarantee you will know the voice. Since the passing of Mel Blanc, Jeff has been the voices of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and a multitude of others for The Looney Tunes. His connection to Hanna Barbera is also well known and Jeff is due to voice Yogi...www.flickeringmyth.com
This article says that Jeff Bergman is voicing Yogi Bear (which wouldn't be the only time he voiced him).
CH Greenblatt said on tumblr that the episodes are 11 minutes.