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DC Comics and Looney Tunes Collide on 25 Variant Covers for November


DC Comics Looney Tunes Variant Covers by Slidely Slideshow

Two things I loved on Saturday mornings as a child was watching Bugs Bunny and Super Friends cartoons. Now DC Comics is combining both of these wonderful worlds for November's comic book variant cover theme throughout the line-up. The legendary wabbit and friends will be sharing alternative covers with DC's superhero titles. 

Look below for the amazing 25 variant covers featuring some of the most iconic characters from Looney Tunes cartoons along with their equally iconic superhero brethren. Check out the list of talent contributing to each cover from the likes of Amanda Conner, Scott Williams, Joe Quinones, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jorge Corona and many, many more. 

The covers were released exclusively through ComicBook, Comic Vine, CBR, UpRoxx, and Newsarama.

November's Looney Tunes Variant Covers:
Action Comics #46 by Neil Edwards, Jay Leiston, & Jeromy Cox and Warner Bros. Animation
Aquaman #46 by Ivan Reis & Brad Anderson and Warner Bros. Animation
Batman #46 by Yanick Paquette & Nathan Fairbairn  and Warner Bros. Animation
Batman Beyond #6 by Craig Rousseau and Warner Bros. Animation
Batman/Superman #26 by Ryan Sook and Warner Bros. Animation
Black Canary #6 by Pia Guerra and Warner Bros. Animation
Catwoman #46 by Darwyn Cooke and Warner Bros. Animation
Cyborg #5 by Cully Hamner and Warner Bros. Animation
Deathstroke #12 by Ryan Benjamin and Warner Bros. Animation
Detective Comics #46 by Ben Caldwell and Warner Bros. Animation
The Flash #46 by Francis Manapul and Warner Bros. Animation
Grayson #14 by Mikel Janin and Warner Bros. Animation
Green Arrow #46 by Kevin Nowlan and Warner Bros. Animation
Green Lantern #46 by Jorge Corona and Warner Bros. Animation
Harley Quinn #22 by Amanda Conner & Paul Mounts and Warner Bros. Animation 
Justice League #46 by Scott Williams & Alex Sinclair and Warner Bros. Animation 
JLA #6 by Howard Porter & HI-FI and Warner Bros. Animation 
Robin: Son of Batman #6 by Pat Gleason & Mick Gray and Warner Bros. Animation    
Sinestro #17 by Dan Panosian and Warner Bros. Animation                            
Starfire #6 by Emanuela Lupacchino & Tomeu Morey and Warner Bros. Animation 
New Suicide Squad #14 by Bill Sienkiewicz and Warner Bros. Animation                          
Superman #46 by Ryan Sook and Warner Bros. Animation                              
Superman/Wonder Woman #23 by Karl Kerschl and Warner Bros. Animation                
Teen Titans #14 by Joe Quinones and Warner Bros. Animation                                  
Wonder Woman #46 by Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson and Warner Bros. Animation




























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