For over 90 years, “Looney Tunes” has been delighting audiences with magical moments, slapstick comedy, and arguably some of the best characters on television. What actually started as a response to Disney’s “Silly Symphonies” cartoons in the 1930s, created a legacy for generations to come. And today, Medicom Toy teamed up with Warner Bros. Company to create some extraordinary Looney Tunes Bearbrick figures. In case you are more into Disney characters, we’ve got you covered with the 10 Best Disney Bearbrick Figures.
Looney Tunes Bearbrick Figures
1) Bugs Bunny Rabbrick figure — “What’s Up, Doc?” Bugs Bunny is one of the world’s most popular cartoon characters. He has a witty, sassy, opinionated, and irreverent demeanor, and it’s quite irresistible. These Bugs Bunny Rabbrick figures come from the popular 1996 Michael Jordan film Space Jam and the 2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy movie. They are dressed in the uniform kit of the Tune Squad from the films, and quite frankly, they are truly amazing.
2) Tweety Beabrick figure — “I tawt I taw a puddy tat” Tweety is a yellow canary in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series. With a fairly large head, Tweety is one of the most recognizable cartoon birds. Tweety Bearbrick figure can also be found in the uniform kit of the Tune Squad Space Jam movies.
3) Tasmanian Devil Beabrick figure — The Tasmanian Devil, commonly referred to as Taz, is a powerful, vicious, evil-tempered brute – hungry at all times, lovable character from the Looney Tunes. This ferocious albeit dim-witted Bearbrick figure can be found in two variations from the Space Jam movies.
4) Marvin The Martian Beabrick figure — Marvin The Martian is the name of an extra-terrestrial character from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. With its iconic outfit (helmet and a skirt), Marvin is the lovable yet cunning alien. This Looney Tunes Bearbrick figure can be found in both variations from the Space Jam movies.
5) Lola Bunny Rabbrick figure — “Don’t ever call me ‘Doll'” Bugs Bunny’s girlfriend, Lola Bunny is a famous Looney Tunes cartoon character. Created as a female counterpart and romantic interest for Bugs Bunny, Lola has remained popular among fans. Lola Bunny can be found as a Rabbrick figure from the movie Space Jam: A New Legacy.
6) Wile E. Coyote Bearbrick figure — Wile E. Coyote is a legendary Looney Tunes cartoon character. He comes from the iconic duo Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. Despite his infamous failure to capture the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote is actually a genius. It’s just that his knowledge, intellect, and ingenuity just happen to be counteracted by his terrible bad luck. And that is just why we love him. Wile E. Coyote Bearbrick figure comes from the Space Jam: A New Legacy movie.
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