The voice acting is excellent, with Jeff Bergman turning in effective work as the two main characters, Bugs and Daffy (as well as a host of supporting parts). Kristen Wiig is hilarious as the voice of Lola Bunny, helping to make the character the nuttiest of them all. Through her voice acting, Wiig evokes some of her well-known Saturday Night Live characters, including the attention whore Penelope.
Most episodes, including the four collected here, feature a Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner short. These short segments are all computer-animated, with a look that sets them apart from the main show. They don’t try to reinvent the wheel with these. They’re still comically violent, with Wile E. trying his hardest to trap Road Runner. Some episodes include a Merrie Melodies short as well, sort of an animated music video. The all-new songs remind me a bit of “Weird Al” Yankovic’s original tunes, which isn’t a bad thing. These shorts are entertaining breaks from each episode’s primary plot.
After three volumes of four episodes on each DVD, Warner Home Video will be releasing the remaining 14 episodes from season one on a two-disc set in July, 2012. With a second season of The Looney Tunes Show reportedly in the works, there is much more to come for fans of this very funny reboot.