The Acme Catalog

the-acme-catalogFrom the purveyors of “legal” advice to Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfledt—iron birdseed, anvils, fake holes, and more—for years The ACME Company has been the sole purveyor of the fine products used by Looney Tunes characters. Chronicle Books is proud to present an exclusive catalog featuring ACME’s must-have, best-selling line of items, each guaranteed to promote a happy* life provided that they are used properly.** Including ACME classics and entirely new and untested items, the ACME Catalog showcases 100 products untarnished by government regulations. There’s something here for everyone. An extruder that doubles as a pasta maker for Grandma. A roof-mounted catapult for Dad. And what about a little jet-powered pogo stick for yourself? Each item is matched with a thorough product description, the price, and the shipping cost. As always, the ACME Company brings corporate identity sans responsibility to everything sold with its label. Please note that the ACME Company has no retail outlets or web site. In other words, this catalog is the only way for consumers to access this highly sought-after ACME line.

*”Happy” being relative to the level of one’s acceptance of fate.
**Liability is limited to the competence of the user.

LOONEY TUNES and all related characters and elements are trademarks of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Click here to order from Amazon.

marvin_acmeUPDATE—Marvin Acme wore bow ties.

1 thought on “The Acme Catalog

  1. Mr. Acme looks suspiciously like Stubby Kaye.;)

    “It’s hanging day in Wolf City Wyoming, Wolf City Wyoming, 1894….” Stubby and Nat King Cole from Cat Ballou

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