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DC Comics Gives Props to Our Other Childhood Heroes, the Looney Tunes, on Their November Variant Covers

I tawt I taw a puddy Tatwoman!

catwoman tweety

Obviously, the DC Universe contains some of our favorite heroes. However, let’s not forget some other heroes from our childhood landscape. I’m speaking, of course, about the awesome characters from Looney Tunes, who are being duly recognized by being included on DC’s November variant covers. Check out some of our favorites below!

We love the Catwoman #46 variant above, drawn by Darwyn Cooke. Thematically, it’s perfect – but we don’t think that Catwoman would ever eat Tweety. She’d totally have respect for Tweety constantly teaching Sylvester a lesson. Sylvester’s a dumb cat.

starfire pepe le pew

Yeah, you don’t like it when the forced kiss shoe is on the other foot, do ya Pepe? This is the variant for Starfire #6, drawn by Emanuelle Luppachino and Tomeo Morey.

black canary

Group bird shot! We love the ‘tude Black Canary has on her face in this awesome variant for Black Canary #6, drawn by the awesome Pia Guerra. Also, Foghorn Leghorn looks like he knows that Black Canary could totally kick his feathered ass.

harley quinn

Harley’s always been into monsters. Now, she also gets to indulge her love of crazy hairstyles on the Looney Tunes variant cover of Harley Quinn #22, drawn by Amanda Conner & Paul Mounts.

You can check out the covers to all 25 November DC variants over at Newsarama, where they get an assist from Comic Book Resources, ComicBook, ComicVine, and Gamma Squad. November comics just got a whole lot more Looney!

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Teresa Jusino (she/her) is a native New Yorker and a proud Puerto Rican, Jewish, bisexual woman with ADHD. She's been writing professionally since 2010 and was a former TMS assistant editor from 2015-18. Now, she's back as a contributing writer. When not writing about pop culture, she's writing screenplays and is the creator of your future favorite genre show. Teresa lives in L.A. with her brilliant wife. Her other great loves include: Star Trek, The Last of Us, anything by Brian K. Vaughan, and her Level 5 android Paladin named Lal.