Looney Tunes is one of the most popular animated franchises of all time. The franchise has several iconic characters.
5. Yosemite Sam
Yosemite Sam is one of Bugs Bunny's arch enemies. He tries to be a serious antagonist, but he's very goofy and funny. He was the second funniest character in The Looney Tunes Show. He was often a big scene stealer and had me cracking up.
Sylvester is the main villain of the Tweety Bird and Speedy episodes. Although Tweety is adorable I often felt sorry for Sylvester. He works as both a sympathetic antagonist and a major threat to Tweety and Speedy. I learned from TV Tropes that Sylvester's voice is Mel Blanc's regular voice. Mr. Blanc's Sylvester voice is very charming and unique.
3. Wylie Coyote
Wylie Coyote is the villain in the Roadrunner episodes. Wylie Coyote is a very cool looking villain. He's more intimidating than the other regular villains in the Looney Tunes franchise. The episodes where he silently tries to get the Roadrunner are good. He's also a good villain when he gets to talk and be a Bugs Bunny villain.
2. Elmer Fudd
Elmer Fudd is one of Bugs Bunny's main rivals. He's an enjoyably silly antagonist and the episodes he's in are never bad. Despite being an antagonist he's oddly very likeable. Even though shooting animals is something I don't approve of all I really like how oddly friendly and goofy Elmer is.
1. Lola Bunny
Lola Bunny could seem like an odd choice for my favorite Looney Tunes character since she wasn't in the original cartoons, but she's been a comedic delight in recent years. She first appeared in the classic Space Jam as a cool character. She managed to shine even more in The Looney Tunes Show where she became the most entertaining character that the Looney Tunes franchise has ever had. Her eccentric personality and humor is a great addition to the Looney Tunes cast. She's one of the most entertaining female characters of all time.