KEEPER'S CARTOON FILES
More insider information than any one being can handle. Keeper knows everything and everyone.

TINY TOON ADVENTURES REFERENCE GUIDE
The original, written as the series was airing by the members of alt.tv.tinytoon. In super-old-school TXT form!

ANIMANIACS CULTURAL REFERENCES GUIDE
Just like the Tiny Toons guide only ten times MORE thorough. The Animaniacs staff actually used this to create "Please Please Pleese Get A Life Foundation."

ANIMANIACS CULTURAL REFERENCES GUIDE #2
For episodes 70 and up.

THE HALL OF FREAKMOBILES
Once again, the original and most comprehensive resource for Freakazoid, in TXT.

PINKY AND THE BRAIN REFERENCE GUIDE FOR EPISODES 1-39
Had enough? Have some more.

JENN IN PRINT: ANIMANIACS
Freelancer Jennifer Keating writes about her work with the Animaniacs comic book.

MY INTERVIEWS
I've talked with Tom Ruegger, exec producer of pretty much everything covered on this site, and Jon McClenahan, lead animator of StarToons, which brought several WBA episodes to life. My friend Takineko got a few questions out of WBA director Rich Arons.

THE BLOGS OF THOSE WHO WORKED ON WBA SHOWS
Earl Kress, Jenny Lerew, Kent Butterworth, Paul Dini, Eddie Fitzgerald, Rusty Mills, and the guy who designed Sappy Stanley for "Who Bopped Bugs Bunny" but did little else.

WBA MAGAZINE ARTICLES
Direct from the distant past, via scanner to you:
"New Toons on the Block" --Comics Scene
"Tiny Toon Directing Adventures" -- Comics Scene
"Fine Tooning" (Kent Butterworth profile) -- Comics Scene
"Meet the Tiny Toons" -- Unspecified
"Continuing the 'Looney Toons' (sic) Tradition" -- Entertainment Weekly

MORE INTERVIEWS WITH JON MCCLENAHAN
Warner Bros Archive
Regular Toon Zone
Retrojunk

THE VILE ONE INTERVIEWS PAUL RUGG, ANDREA ROMANO AND PAUL DINI
Thank you, vile one!

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