Looney Tunes Cartoons voice actor Candi Milo rapped during the show’s Comic-Con@Home panel. Warner Bros. premiered the first Looney Tunes animations in 1930, and the franchise has grown ever since. In recent years, Looney Tunes has been revived through various shows on Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. HBO Max is the latest to produce a new series.
During HBO Max’s Looney Tunes Cartoons Comic-Con@Home panel, Milo rapped in her Granny character’s voice. When discussing possible storylines for their characters, Milo stated that she would like to see Granny “get back on stage,” before rapping a few lines. After getting a laugh from the panel, supervising producer Alex Kirwan joked, “I’m not sure if we have that one in the works.” The panel also included executive producer and showrunner Pete Browngardt, art director Aaron Spurgeon, and voice actors Eric Bauza, Bob Bergen, and Jeff Bergman. TV Guide Magazine’s Damian Holbrook moderated.
For any fans worried about how much the HBO Max reboot will change the show, the panel dispels those fears right away. They discussed the great legacy of Looney Tunes and their excitement of introducing a new era without making too many changes to the original. Fans already seem to be impressed judging by how great viewership was when the show first premiered with the launch of HBO Max. It’s clear that the show appeals to its older audience while gaining a new audience as well. Fans can expect more new episodes of Looney Tunes Cartoons on the streaming platform.