|An Epic Looney Tune Tail: Part One
Author: Bobby South PM
Join the Looney Tunes, the Tiny Toons, the Animaniacs, the Tazmanian folk and the Loonatics along with other cartoon and live action characters and cameos as they help their three biggest fans defeat evil in this latest live-action/animation story.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Fantasy - Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny - Chapters: 15 - Words: 53,835 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 08-07-12 - Published: 01-18-12 - Status: Complete - id: 7753360
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Warner Bros. Presents:
'AN EPIC LOONEY TUNE TAIL: Part One'
Live Action Characters
BAFTA TV Award nominee Matt Smith (Doctor Who, Party Animals) as Eric Epic the young Sorcerer, the main protagonist.
BAFTA Orange Rising Star Winner Noel Clarke (Doctor Who, Kidulthood, Adulthood) as Zack O'Marrows the main deuteragonist.
Twice Teen Choice Award winner Emma Watson (Harry Potter) as Diamond (or Dia for short) the Mermaid, the main tritagonist.
Looney Tunes Characters
Lola Bunny (Space Jam Version)
Sylvester the Cat
Hector the Bulldog
Marvin the Martian
Tiny Toon Characters
Shirley the Loon
Fifi La Fume
Dr. Otto Scratchansniff
Rita the Cat
Runt the Dog
Dog the Turtle
Wendal T. Wolf
Francis X. Bushlad
Bull Gator and Axl
Daniel and Timothy Platypus
Loonatics Unleashed Characters
Tech E. Coyote
Other Warner Bros. produced characters
Live Action Characters
Golden Globe Award winner Ian McShane (Kung Fu Panda, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger's Tide, Deadwood) as Lord Jack Epic, Jack's adoptive father, the main antagonist.
Five-time Empire Award winner Ewan McGregor (Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Shallow Grave, Trainspotting) as Jim Epic, John's twin brother and Eric's foster brother, a secondary antagonist.
Four-time National Television Award Winner David Tennant (Doctor Who, Blackpool and Casanova) as John Epic, Jim's twin brother and Eric's foster brother, a secondary antagonist.
Tiny Toons Adventures
Ralph T. Guard
Watch out for more characters and surprising cameos (both from live action and different types of animation).
RING! Candles lit up and Witch Hazel's library was as bright as the warm fire. The door magically opened and the first customers were Mac and Tosh.
"So what do you think we should read today?" asked Mac.
"I don't know," said Tosh. "Let's look."
So they searched the whole room.
"We appear to have read every book," said Tosh.
"So it seems," agreed Mac. Then he looked up on the desk. "Except that enormous book."
Tosh looked up. "Come on, let's take a look."
They climbed on the chair and on the desk. They reached the really big book.
"An Epic Looney Tune Tail by Bobby South," read Tosh.
"Let's read it," said Mac.
"Good idea," said Tosh. He opened the book and they all began to read it…
On a blue sky day with sunshine reflecting on a bright green forest with tall brown trees with green leaves, Elmer Fudd was tip-toeing with his shotgun.
"Shh!" he told the audience. "Be vewy vewy quiet. It's wabbit hunting season and I'm hewe for the wabbits."
Near him was a rabbit hole, where Bugs Bunny shot up, eating his carrot. Elmer held his gun at the rabbit's head. Bugs turned to see him. "Eh, what's up, doc?" he asked.
"It's wabbit hunting season and I'm hewe for the wabbits!" Elmer told him.
"Nah, you don't wanna waste those precious bullits on a weak "wabbit" like moi," Bugs said. "Let me show you the rabbit that will get you the big prize of the season. Come on."
Elmer, scratching his head, had doubts about it, but he followed the "wabbit" anyway.
Bugs escorted Elmer to a giant hole. "Down there is the prize rabbit you want," Bugs told him.
Elmer looked down into the big hole and saw nothing in it. "Thewe's nothing down thewe!" he snapped. Then he got pushed in through the big hole and landed at the bottom of the hole.
Outside the hole, Bugs dialled his phone. "Hallo," he called on the phone. "I need some loose rocks fillin' in the hole."
A van with rocks appeared and filled the whole hole. Elmer's head appeared up out of the pile of rocks. "Oh, wocks!" he moaned, before getting hit on the head by one more 'wock'. Then rocks with wings flew around his head.
That was just a screening of the latest Bugs Bunny cartoon in the real world. It was showing up on the coast of Land's End near Cornwall in the dark night sky. No one was watching the cartoon except three ten-year-old children. One was a black-haired boy, dressed in smart brown trousers and a black shirt. The other boy was black and he was wearing blue jeans and a bright green shirt. The girl was a mermaid with a brown tail and she wore a red bikini top. They were laughing their heads off.
Then on the screening, the "That's All Folks!" slogan came on.
"But it's not!" exclaimed the green shirt boy. "Because my best friend Eric is gonna bring the next one, isn't that right, magic buddy?"
"Too right, Zack!" smiled Eric as he clicked his fingers. The screening in the sky vanished like a cloud. "Because I'm only showing a screening of the latest cartoon, not committing piracy."
Zack kissed the mermaid. "There's just something I gotta do before Eric uploads the next cartoon, Diamond. Won't be long." He got up and walked away.
Eric moved closer to Diamond the mermaid and put his arm around her. "So how are things going between you and Zack, Dia?"
"Yeah, great," replied Dia. "I think we're really connecting."
"Oh, good," said Eric. He was smiling a fake smile; because secretly he had a crush on this beautiful young mermaid, but Zack was the only friend he ever had and he didn't want to lose him, so he couldn't say anything.
"But Zack has said a lot about you, Eric," Dia said. "He says that you are wonderful and magical and not from your magic powers, if you know what he means. His exact words."
"Well, I consider myself lucky to have him for my best friend," smiled Eric. "And, don't tell him, but I even think of him as my brother."
"What about your foster brothers?" asked Dia.
"Those elder spoilt double-trouble brats?" Eric laughed. "And I don't think of Lord Jack Epic as my dad. And I mean that in that he is a mean, heartless old man. I feel just like Harry Potter living with the Dursleys. I hope you find better parents really soon too. And that goes for Zack as well."
"What does Jack do for a living?" asked Dia.
"He's the world's most successful businessman on this planet," replied Eric. "He buys businesses – every on this planet – and makes them more successful than ever. But he has one secret ingredient."
"Eric!" shouted Zack's voice. Eric took his arm away from Dia. They both looked up to see Zack running back to the rocks.
"Don't worry, Zack!" said Eric. "Nothing happened – "
"No, but something is," interrupted Zack.
Eric and Dia looked at each other and gulped, preparing themselves for the worst.
"Your brothers have come to pick you up," Zack told them.
Eric moved past Zack and looked upwards. On the higher ground, there were two figures – both looked like fourteen year olds with ginger hair, but one was taller and muscular, while the other one was skinnier and shorter.
"Don't worry, I'll take care of this," said Eric. "Meet here until next time."
"How long does these 'meet here until next time's keep going on?" asked Dia.
"Until that guy runs out of good ideas," replied Zack surely, "which I know he won't because that guy is the best sorcerer I know."
"Because he's the only sorcerer you know," Dia muttered under her breath.
"Okay, Jim, here's the plan," said one of the brother, as they were walking on the beach. "We find Eric and deliver him to Dad."
"That's because Dad gave us the mission, John," sighed Jim. "Couldn't you come up with a better plan?"
"Hey, who's the brains here?" snapped John.
"All right, genius," Jim sighed again.
They walked on. Then John stopped. "I'm getting a funny feeling in my head."
"I guess being clever isn't very good for you," muttered Jim under his breath.
"You know, I can't believe I share the same birthday with you!" shouted an angry John. "Because, right now, I... have a bumping headache." Then he saw his taller, stronger twin brother laughing at him. "It's not funny!"
"It is funny!" Jim laughed, as he got out a tiny mirror and gave it to his twin brother.
John looked in the mirror and screamed his head off. "My beautiful sexy ginger hair is a bunch of green grass!" And he was right! On his head was a bunch of grass.
"With flowers, too," Jim added.
John looked into the mirror and, to his horror he saw he had red, blue, yellow and purple flowers on top of the grass. He saw Jim just couldn't stop laughing his head off. "Laugh it up, Cheese Nose!" John laughed, giving his brother the mirror.
Now it was Jim's turn to feel shocked as he saw his nose was nothing more than a block of Stinking Bishop between his eyes and his mouth. It had more holes in it than his old nose did.
"Wow! Did you guys get a makeover?" asked Eric as he walked to them. He found it hard not to laugh at this. Then it wasn't hard when he was turned around, looking at a big man. He was tall, had short, black hair and was wearing a suit. He held both Dia and Zack in his hands.
"I bet you didn't see this coming," he chuckled evilly. "Do you know why?"
"Because you're a smart-arse, Jack," Eric muttered.
"Because I'm immune to sorcerers and all magic!" Jack Epic shouted.
Eric lifted his right hand up and then lowered it down, wiggling his fingers. Without looking up, Jack moved backwards to avoid the falling tiny fireballs.
"You see? Mind over magic," smiled Jack.
"Teach your sons that, Jack," muttered Eric.
"And don't call me 'Jack'!" shouted Jack. "Call me either 'Father' or 'Sir'! Now turn your brothers back to normal or I will sell your mer-girlfriend to an aquarium for more money and have your friend sent to a different orphanage – behind bars!"
"You can't! You won't!" shouted an angry Eric.
"Yes, I can!" shouted Jack. "You think I depend on you and your magic, but actually I control you, so don't try fighting me! Now choose: your brothers or your friends!"
Eric sighed as he waved his hand. His brothers were back to normal.
"Wise decision, Eric," smiled Jack, but it was an evil smile.
Later, a wooden raft was built. On it was a white sail and Dia and Zack were tied to the pole by Jim and John.
"If you try anything at all, magic or not," Jack warned Eric, "you will be hurting your friends even more."
Eric said nothing, but glared at him. He lifted his hand up, but...
"No!" shouted Dia. "Don't worry about us, Eric."
"Yeah, mate," cried Zack. "We'll get out of this pickle ourselves and then we'll come and rescue you!"
Eric uncomfortably put his hand down, as all he could do was watch what was waiting for his friends.
"Well, good luck!" Jim said, as he and John pushed Zack and Dia out to sea.
"You're going to need it!" added John.
Eric kept his eyes on the two only friends he ever had in his life as long as his eyes would let him. Or rather Jack let him, which only lasted about five seconds.
"Now, as there's nothing left for you here, you will pack your stuff and your brothers' and my stuff tonight ready to leave tomorrow for a new life on a brand new island," Jack told him.
Eric couldn't believe this. He had lived with the Epics for about six months and ten years earlier in a little orphanage, where he had only one friend. Then he could just sneak out of the mansion he was living in to see Zack and his latest friend Dia for only once a week. Now they were gone forever and now he was going away with his new horrible family.
"Well, what are you waiting for?" shouted Jack. "Tonight!"
"Yeah, tonight!" teased John.
Eric clicked his fingers and now his horrible twin brothers each had very long female fingernails on their hands. Eric smiled and stuck his tongue out before he walked away.
That was probably one of the few pleasures he had in his new life, if not the only. He might have been adopted from the richest and most powerful man who owned everything, including all the royal thrones of every kingdom, on this planet, but he still had no future at all. What can he do? And who can help him?