I am going to pick up today "The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes"
After months of waiting for a copy since they were sold out at Borders stores everywhere (I couldn't even get one on a short-distance Amtrak trip to Birmingham's Borders), I did a special order after a family member won a library summer reading raffle for a gift certificate. Today, it came in, by good luck after asking my mom "Will you call the bookstore" and now I'm going to pick it up.
With help from his online community on Cartoon Brew, the Aspergian-like animation historian compiled 100 of the best thousand-something Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. Having seen the original titles to "A Tale Of Two Mice" on YouTube (sorry, I can't link it to you, TZ rules), it is the book I would like to look at, also I grew up with Looney Tunes on Cartoon Network. It may look small as some Amazon reviews claim, but I would like detailed spoiler summaries of what all of the 100 Great Looney Tunes were. I know one of my favorites would be on there, "A Tale of Two Kitties", but maybe it would help me understand more of the adult humor behind Looney Tunes. There may be a few facts, too!
I'm leaving anyway, but don't spoil any of the book anyways. I want to read it for myself.
EDIT: I picked it up myself, so I like it, despite the small size. I like the commentary.
Last edited by DaffyDonaldQW93; 11-04-2010 at 07:28 PM.