Insight Editions just released a book called The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes, which is available now at quality bookstores near you, or Amazon.com, for those of you who do the online ordering thing.
I'm mentioning this because I wrote two essays in the book, talking about Chuck Jones's western epic "Drip-Along Daffy" and Friz Freleng's "Little Red Riding Rabbit," which is one of my absolute favorite Bugs Bunny cartoons. My wife, Shaenon, wrote two essays, too, but she's got her own blog and can talk about them there.
I'm also mentioning this because I'm writing a book called The Looney Tunes Treasury for the same publisher, and that's coming out this fall. If all goes well, I'll probably do more animation-related writing for them in the future, so I encourage you to support them financially so that they'll be able to keep hiring me for more projects.
Completely unrelated to that, I'm going to be at the San Diego Comic-Con this summer, working the Cartoon Art Museum's table, so please stop by and say hello if you're down there. If you're an artist who'd like to help out with our fundraising Sketch-a-thon, please reply here or write to me at gallery[at]cartoonart.org for more information.
Th-th-th-that's all, folks!