Initially, "Tiny Toons" was titled "Tiny Tunes."
And this is the one and only official piece of art commissioned by Warner Bros. with that title:
This very first logo was drawn by the brilliant and multi-talented artist, director and producer Mitch Schauer. It was featured prominently when production of the series was announced in Cannes as the first animated television collaboration between Warner Bros. and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment.
The boy rabbit in the rings was referred to as "Bitsy." That name made me cringe.
Once development began, the first thing Steven did was change the title from "Tiny Tunes" to "Tiny Toons."
The first thing I did was change Bitsy's name to Buster.
I stopped cringing. That was a good thing!
Tiny Toon Adventures (C) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.