One of the first things I learned when I was a little kid was to draw most of the Warner Bros' cartoons characters created by Chuck Jones. I wish I could have seen these videos by the master himself, because drawing cartoons is hard, despite how easy it looks.
I also learnt to draw most superheroes when I was a little kid, looking at the work by Jack Kirby, Neal Adams, John Buscema or George Perez. I wish they also had videos like the ones with Chuck Jones, because they are a pleasure to watch.
The only thing that makes me sad watching this is realising once again that Warner Bros' cartoons — which represent some of the most amazing examples of pop art and comedy of the 20th century — went brain dead after Jones and the rest of the classic team retired. Now, excuse me while I take a break to watch Rabbit Fire.
Daffy Duck, always my favourite as Duck Dodgers.
Pepe! Oh mon amour!
Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner, kings of the absurd.