Unlike their Disney counterparts, the personalities of Warner Brothers’ cartoon crew tended to flatten a bit in the pages of Western’s Dell Comics. Never flat, though, was the beautiful comic book art. The following two stories from Looney Tunes Merrie Melodies No. 82, August 1948 were certainly done by artists that knew their business. They simply weren't capable of drawing a character, no matter how peripheral, that lacked good design – moonlighting Warner animators?