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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Two legendary directors, each a master of the art.

 

Two names similar enough to be confused.

 

Two such contrary styles, two artistic visions so utterly incompatible, that a collaboration is obviously impossible - and yet.....

 

 

 

 

Fritz Lang and Friz Freleng present

 

 

 

M Fudd

A dangerous killer has come to the forest, a man who ruthlessly slays harmless cute furry animals while whistling "In the Hall of the Mountain King." Until Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and their woodland friends turn the tables, and the hunter becomes the hunted. Tricked, trapped, and captured, M. Ur Fudd faces a kangaroo court (with real kangaroos) who demand to know if he can give any reason they should not pass the harshest judgment upon him. Featuring Peter Lorre as the voice of Fudd justifying himself: "But it's hunting season! It's okay to kill animals when it's hunting season!"

 

The Cabinet of Bugs Bunny

Porky Pig becomes convinced that a mesmerizing rabbit and his sleepwalking duck are responsible for a string of mysterious murders. Is Dr. Bugs Bunny an evil mastermind or a harmless charlatan? Porky Pig is determined to find out even if he must submerge his own identity in that of the target of his growing obsession - "I Must Become Bugs Bunny! What's up, Doc?"

 

Marstropolis

In the future, the Martian Invasion has long since succeeded and Marvin the Martian rules his own city in which the Earthling slaves live only to toil away in factories, servicing the incomprehensible Martian machines....for now. Unknown to the Earthlings, an Evil Scientist plots to replace them with robots containing rabbit brains, and has targetted Bugs Bunny as his first brain donor despite Bugs' protest that "I need what little I've got!" But Marvin Jr. is falling in love with a mysterious, beautiful Earthling female rabbit named Maria from whom he learns for the first time of the hardships and suffering of the Earthlings, stirring him to compassion. Can Marvin Jr. convince his father that the people of Earth deserve to live, let alone are entitled to dignity and to share in the fruits of their own labor? Will Marvin and the Evil Scientist carry through with the plan to destroy the Earthlings with an earth splattering "glub glub" and Water, Water, Every Hare? And is the mysterious Maria what she appears to be? Or merely a beautiful wind up doll designed by the Evil Scientist to decieve the Earthlings? Or is it really Bugs Bunny in drag?

 

 

 

 

Lucius Alexander

 

Distributed by Palindromedary Enterprises. Coming soon to a theater near you.

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Uh, have you read some of the recent Moon Knight stuff? It's not that far off.

 

As for today's Genre Crossover Nightmare

 

Judge Judy Dredd.

 

Feast your minds on that one.

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Two legendary directors, each a master of the art.

 

Two names similar enough to be confused.

 

Two such contrary styles, two artistic visions so utterly incompatible, that a collaboration is obviously impossible - and yet.....

 

 

 

 

Fritz Lang and Friz Freleng present

 

 

 

M Fudd

A dangerous killer has come to the forest, a man who ruthlessly slays harmless cute furry animals while whistling "In the Hall of the Mountain King." Until Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and their woodland friends turn the tables, and the hunter becomes the hunted. Tricked, trapped, and captured, M. Ur Fudd faces a kangaroo court (with real kangaroos) who demand to know if he can give any reason they should not pass the harshest judgment upon him. Featuring Peter Lorre as the voice of Fudd justifying himself: "But it's hunting season! It's okay to kill animals when it's hunting season!"

 

The Cabinet of Bugs Bunny

Porky Pig becomes convinced that a mesmerizing rabbit and his sleepwalking duck are responsible for a string of mysterious murders. Is Dr. Bugs Bunny an evil mastermind or a harmless charlatan? Porky Pig is determined to find out even if he must submerge his own identity in that of the target of his growing obsession - "I Must Become Bugs Bunny! What's up, Doc?"

 

Marstropolis

In the future, the Martian Invasion has long since succeeded and Marvin the Martian rules his own city in which the Earthling slaves live only to toil away in factories, servicing the incomprehensible Martian machines....for now. Unknown to the Earthlings, an Evil Scientist plots to replace them with robots containing rabbit brains, and has targetted Bugs Bunny as his first brain donor despite Bugs' protest that "I need what little I've got!" But Marvin Jr. is falling in love with a mysterious, beautiful Earthling female rabbit named Maria from whom he learns for the first time of the hardships and suffering of the Earthlings, stirring him to compassion. Can Marvin Jr. convince his father that the people of Earth deserve to live, let alone are entitled to dignity and to share in the fruits of their own labor? Will Marvin and the Evil Scientist carry through with the plan to destroy the Earthlings with an earth splattering "glub glub" and Water, Water, Every Hare? And is the mysterious Maria what she appears to be? Or merely a beautiful wind up doll designed by the Evil Scientist to decieve the Earthlings? Or is it really Bugs Bunny in drag?

 

 

 

 

Lucius Alexander

 

Distributed by Palindromedary Enterprises. Coming soon to a theater near you.

Must spread rep....

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

For my fellow fans of Lilian Jackson Braun:

 

The Cat Who Would Be King

The Cat Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Cat Who Knew Too Much

The Cat Who Loved Me

The Cat Who Fell to Earth

The Cat Who Came to Dinner

The Cat Who Loved Man Dancing

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For my fellow fans of Lilian Jackson Braun:

 

The Cat Who Would Be King

The Cat Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Cat Who Knew Too Much

The Cat Who Loved Me

The Cat Who Fell to Earth

The Cat Who Came to Dinner

The Cat Who Loved Man Dancing

 

Bob, these are too much like real life. :) Especially the first one.

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Re: Genre-crossover nightmares

 

Here's a real nightmare:

 

 

Captain Amerika

Steve Rogers fights for all Americans and their Soviet overlords.

Kapitän Amerika

Steve Rogers helps the Reich win the Hearts and Minds of a defeated America.

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