Cartoon legend and friends get makeover from Warner Bros. By Marietta Homayonpour and Heather Barr THE NEWS-TIMES The Looney Tunes characters will be transformed into the Loonatics for a new Saturday program that will air this fall. The show is set far in the future and the new characters are descendants of the originals. Well, at least the buck tooth is still there. Othewise, a new version of cartoon legend Bugs Bunny looks nothing like the smart-aleck, carrot-chewing, "What's up, Doc?" spewing original. That's because Bugs' corporate parents have given him an extreme makeover. The same goes for the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Daffy Duck and the Tasmanian Devil. The new Looney Tunes look is more streamlined, angular and aggressive looking. Some compare it to anime, the Japanese cartooning style. Some like it. Some don't.