WB has issued lots of superhero cartoons on DVD, but none of the comedy cartoons they made around the same time -- not even "Animaniacs," which in its prime was the second-most popular so-called "kids' show" on TV (until studio politics caused it to move to the so-called WB "network," and ratings sank). Since the first season of Animaniacs was 65 episodes, it wouldn't be practical to call for a season set (though I'd buy it), but why not a disc of the first five episodes, like we got with Batman? The first five episodes of Animaniacs, to refresh our memory, were: 1: De-Zanitized (the Warners meet Dr. Scratchansniff and "Mr. Puppethead"), The Monkey Song (calypso number introducing all the characters), Nighty-Night Toon (parody of "Goodnight, Moon") 2: Yakko's World (all the countries in the world, as sung by Yakko Warner), Cookies for Einstein (the Warners meet Albert Einstein), Win Big (debut of Pinky and the Brain) 3: H.M.S. Yakko (Gilbert & Sullivan musical), Slappy Goes Walnuts (debut of Slappy Squirrel) 4: Hooked on a Ceiling (the Warners try to help Michelangelo "paint naked people all over a church"), Goodfeathers: The Beginning 5: Taming of the Screwy (Dr. Scratchansniff gives the Warners an extended etiquette lesson) That doesn't begin to scratch the surface of all the great stuff this show produced in its first 65 (oh, to see "King Yakko" or "The Warners' 65th Anniversary Special" or "Bumbie's Mom" on DVD!), but it would be a start. Commentary would be nice -- two of the show's writers, Paul Rugg and Sherri Stoner, were also voice actors and comedians, and would be hilarious in a commentary track. But the show's the thing. WB has just forgotten that its Spielberg co-productions were as great in their own way as the more merchandise-friendly superhero cartoons. Anyone else wishing for the Warner Brothers (and the Warner Sister) on DVD?