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One of the longest running franchises on TV has to be the Looney Tunes cast.
So naturally there are plenty of Minecraft skins to go along with them.
It would be too perfect to play as Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner while placing blocks of TNT everywhere.
Or to run around as Bugs Bunny and mess with Elmer Fudd.
While all of the antics aren’t really doable in traditional Minecraft, there’s still a lot of fun to be had with an outfit change. And here’s my picks for the best ones from the Looney Tunes cast.
1. Tasmanian Devil
While Taz only appeared in five shorts before the cartoon studio closed down in the 60’s, he gained a lot of popularity in the 90’s which propelled his screen time tremendously.
And we all recognize him, so I guess it worked wonders.
He first appeared in 1954 in the cartoon Devil May Hare. But for a character that wasn’t very popular right away, he’s also had a surprising amount of video game appearances too.
But I’m sure plenty of players in PvP will instantly recognize this skin.
2. Daffy Duck
Speaking of characters we’d all recognize…
Daffy Duck is one of the most popular characters in the Looney Tunes franchise. Back during the golden age of cartoons, he was 3rd for Looney Tunes characters with the most screen time.
The only ones that got more were Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig (go figure).
So get ready to practice saying “you’re despicable” – bonus points for the lisp.
3. Yosemite Sam
Yosemite Sam is my personal favorite of the Looney Tunes characters.
He first appeared in 1945 in the cartoon Hare Trigger. And like pretty much every other Looney Tunes character, he was voiced by Mel Blanc from 1945 to 1989.
Yosemite Sam was actually created because they didn’t think that Elmer Fudd provided enough of a challenge for Bugs Bunny.
Kind of a weird backstory there – but either way, this skin would fit in perfectly in your next Minecraft world.
4. Marvin the Martian
Marvin is an extraterrestrial that frequently appears as the villain in some cartoons.
And funny enough, in his early days Marvin didn’t have a mouth. So he couldn’t talk. As time went on we clearly got a voice for him though, and I’m sure you can hear it in your head right now.
5. Lola Bunny
Lola’s first appearance was in the Looney Tunes sports movie, Space Jam.
I’m hoping at least some of you remember it (the original 1996 version).
Her introduction as Bugs Bunny’s counterpart was a monumental addition to the Looney Tunes universe, and she’s been an icon of the series ever since.
And with the talk around her more recent appearance in the newer film, I’m sure plenty of other players will recognize you with this skin on.
6. Bugs Bunny
The name alone speaks for itself.
Bugs is kind of the poster child for Looney Tunes.
And not just Looney Tunes, but Warner Brothers Studios as a whole!
He has appeared in more feature films than any other cartoon character, and that’s including Mickey Mouse’s entries.
Plus Bugs has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and is the 9th most portrayed film personality ever.
That’s a tall order for an animated character.
And you’ll look pretty iconic yourself with this Minecraft skin.
7. Road Runner
The Road Runner is one of the most entertaining characters in the Looney Tunes universe.
Especially considering he doesn’t actually talk… aside from his trademark beeping, of course.
The Road Runner premiered in 1949 alongside Wile E. Coyote, and the two of them have been a running gag ever since.
And if you want a Wile E. Coyote skin as well, I’ll admit there’s not too many great choices out there… but here’s a good one to match.
Sylvester’s first appearance is a little different from the others in this list.
His first technical appearance was in 1939, but his first “official appearance” was in 1945.
Either way, he’s been around for a while.
This is the black cat we constantly see with Tweety Bird and Granny.
If you’re a big fan of sufferin’ succotash then you’re gonna love this skin.
9. Pepe Le Pew
Pepe Le Pew was first introduced back in 1945 with the Odor-able Kitty short.
He’s constantly trying to woo Penelope Pussycat because he (somehow) mistakes her for another skunk.
But even aside from his romantic failures, this guy is one smooth talker.
So if you don’t mind playing the role of a skunk in your next PvP battle, here’s a skin worth checking out.