This must be the cultural exchange zone.
Are you sure it wasn’t the Warner Bros. zone?
Must have missed the ‘Danger: Anarchisms ahead’ sign
Was expecting to see ACME on the anvil.
Or into WB
Nope. He stumbled into Loony Toons land. If it were Hanna-Barbera then it would have been a safe or a piano. ;-)
It could be Hanna-Barbera land. If it was Looney-toons land, it would have hit him.
A different universe.
Just wait till you run into Betty Boop around the next corner.
You should be lucky it wasn’t a 16 ton weight from Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
And for some other cavemen, go over to “Bliss”…https://www.gocomics.com/bliss/2022/07/05?ct=v&cti=2208697
That’s taken a weight of his mind!
Hm. This is a distant relation to today’s Back to B.C.
Bugs Bunny and all the Loony Tunes including Road Runner were Warner Brothers since early 40’s. Mel Blanc (the voice) was a legend!
Ignatz only used bricks.
Anvil should be trademarked ‘ACME’
Time to put this second-generation strip to sleep. Hart would be appalled.
that’s a looney toon today
Doot, doot, doot, doot, you have entered “The Acme Zone.”
Wile E. B.C. sort’ a has a ring to it.
Wow that could have hurt. Beep Beep Zoom
A near miss like that would be a startle.
It would have hit me if it was built by ACME Products
This is RoadRunner territory! meep meep meep
Look around for a roadrunner….
The ground is always soft where the anvil hits, but people walking leave no footprints
What? No Wiley Coyote?
Chuck Jones territory.
Watch out for falling Coyotes.
Warner Brothers took over Hanna-Barbaera. WB originated the anvil and WB is the parent company. Case closed.
No, then it would have hit him and he would have waddled away in a pancake-like condition
It’s Acme advertising.
Does it say “ACME”? Then watch for wiley coyote.
Same thing happened in today’s classic strip except whoever it was got hit, and it was a rock.
Shouldn’t there be a worried-looking coyote underneath that anvil?
More like a Roadrunner cartoon.
The anvil doesn’t say “Acme” on it. Not a Warner Bros. comic.
Meep, meep! (yeah, definitely Warner Bros.)