Pat Lee’s Tweety design just might out do his Bugs, no easy feat. Here Tweety is recast as a force to be reckoned with. A stylized Sylvester lurches out from his brain, perhaps in an attempt to flee the enraged canary with his angry violet eyes and almost mech-like power. The patches of gray, fibrous anatomical details lends Tweety a futuristic, mechanically menacing appearance.
Toyqube has teamed up with Soap Studio, artist Pat Lee (INTERFERENCE) and combined with Warner Bros' classic characters to launch a series of classic crossovers, including Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, The Flintstones and Scooby-Doo.
Pat Lee, one of the most famous artists in the North American comics industry, is good at adding animation elements to the North American comic style. He has worked for DC and Marvel comics such as BATMAN, SUPERMAN, IRON MAN, X-MEN, FANTASTIC FOUR, WOLVERINE, BLACK. PANTHER and SPIDERMAN, etc. He also created the original North American series of Transformers comics, and became the number one best-selling manga for six consecutive months. He has worked with brands such as Nike, Reebok, Legendary, Diesel, STAR WARS, MGM, Disney, Hasbro, Mattel.This time, Pat Lee created a unique Interference style with human body and science fiction elements combined with the classic cartoon characters Bugs Bunny and Tweety.