Clark Kent and Lois Lane eating at a Metropolis McDonald's.[1]

Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Petunia Pig entering a McDonald's.[2]

McDonald's was an American fast food franchise on Earth, with restaurants located all over the world during the 20th century.

They specialized in the selling of sandwiches, (mainly hamburgers) chicken nuggets and french fries.

The first McDonald's opened in 1940 in the U.S. state of California.[3]



Lois Lane and Clark Kent once went to a McDonald's in Metropolis. Lois ordered a Big Laffer with french fries and a Diet Cola. Clark told her that her choice for food wasn't the healthiest she could have chosen.[4]


The Looney Tunes members Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tazmanian Devil and Petunia Pig visited a McDonald's restaurant circa 1992.

When they emerged from the building, they were transformed into their superhero alter egos: Super Bugs, Wonder Pig, Batduck and Taz-Flash; which were based on Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and the Flash.[5]

McDonald's in the real world

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McDonald's is one of the largest fast food chains in the world, specializing mainly in hamburgers and other sandwiches. They are also well-known for their own brand of chicken nuggets, which are called "Chicken McNuggets."

After the success of the Super Powers Collection which was released by Kenner in the 1980s, the Super Powers brand was still quite popular, and Toy-Biz got a hold of the license and re-branded it as DC Comics Super Heroes. During this time, McDonald's used the Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny and others to cash in on the Super Powers phenomenon.

This resulted in the launch of a popular Happy Meal toy collection called Super Looney Tunes, which featured Bugs Bunny dressed up as Superman, calling himself "Super Bugs," Daffy Duck playing the role of Batman, calling himself "Bat Duck," Taz dressed up in a Flash costume and called himself "Taz-Flash," and finally Petunia Pig played Wonder Woman, or as she was named; "Wonder Pig."

All four toys came with a removable clip-on costume which allowed kids to pretend that they have secret identities. The toys were released by McDonald's in 1992.



McDonald's Super Looney Tunes Happy Meal commercial (1991)

McDonald's commercial[7]


  1. As seen in the comic story: Sea of Troubles (1992).
  2. As seen in the Super Looney Tunes commercial (1992).
  3. This is conjecture based on real life.
  4. As seen in the comic story: Sea of Troubles (1992).
  5. As seen in the Super Looney Tunes commercial (1992).
  6. This image was taken from Wikipedia.
  7. This video is from YouTube.

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