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One of the most beautiful collectibles featuring Looney Tunes characters. A beautiful 1200-piece jigsaw puzzle tittled "Masterpieces". It was available through Warner Bros. Studio Stores, today they rarely appear in online auctions.
One of original animation arts by Pete Alvarado. This picture, featuring Honey Bunny is reading a newspaper, has been made for the purposes of a coloring book.Peter J. Alvarado, Jr. (February 22, 1920 - December 27, 2003) was an American animation and comic book artist. Alvarado's animation career spanned almost 60 years. He was also a prolific contributor to Western Publishing's line of comic books. He's best known for his great drawings for comic books, coloring books and all the other media where Looney Tunes characters appeared.
We already had bellyrings, now it's time for earrings. On the photo you see a set of earrings with Bugs Bunny and Honey Bunny, produced in 1992. They are made of pewter (a metal alloy consisting of tin, antimony and copper).
It looks like Honey Bunny has another fan on DeviantArt. The user JuneDuck has created a small series of works featuring this character. This picture is probably the best one done by JuneDuck featuring Honey Bunny. There's some breath of freshness here. Honey is beautifully dressed, laid-back, and has something that draws the eyesight! Her haircut much resembles the one that late version of Daisy Lou had (Daisy Lou is a girl bunny Bugs Bunny was fighting for in 'Hare Splitter').
It looks like Honey Bunny has another fan on DeviantArt. The user JuneDuck has created a small series of works featuring this character. This particular work has been created in 2014 for Halloween. Honey Bunny, cross-dressed as Witch Hazel, 'stole' Bugs Bunny for a date. Bugs seems to agree ;-)
It looks like Honey Bunny has another fan on DeviantArt. The user JuneDuck has created a small series of works featuring this character. Here JuneDuck shows us two interesting versions of Honey Bunny, more elegant and more sport. Which one do you like the best?
It looks like Honey Bunny has another fan on DeviantArt. The user JuneDuck has created a small series of works featuring this character. Here Honey, dressed up with sport clothes, meets similarly dressed Lola Bunny. Though in theory they should be rivals, it seems that there's no war between them.
It looks like Honey Bunny has another fan on DeviantArt. The user JuneDuck has created a small series of works featuring this character. Here Honey Bunny, dressed up with sport clothes, has been drawn in a way that resembles... japanese manga!
This is a quite strange collectible. It may be one of the very few brand new collectibles with Honey Bunny, produced in recent years. It's a polished and glittered coin with a hole and image of Honey Bunny, made of nickel. Probably it's been produced by Geocoin, though the production date remains unknown. A whole series of such coins has been created, featuring cartoon characters, not only those from Looney Tunes. Apart from Honey, Bugs Bunny, Gossamer, Marvin The Martian and other Looney Tunes characters, we also have Mighty Mouse, Scooby Doo and his friends and... a few characters from erotic cartoons!
A beautiful mirror with Bugs Bunny's girlfriend, Honey Bunny, produced in 1966. As we know, 1966 is a date of Honey's official debut in comics. This makes this mirror one of the very first collectibles featuring gray version of her. And again we can ask the question why did Warner Bros. introduce a new character in few totally different versions?
It's really nice when you wake up in the morning, look at the mirror... and see smiling Honey Bunny instead of your sleepy face. This mirror was produced in 1982 and sold in Six Flags Great America amusement park. Extremely rare collectible!
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