Montana Max is a character in Tiny Toon Adventures. His rival is Buster Bunny.

Monty is a mega rich brat who throws the most funniest temper tantrums. He is known as a nasty, rich, and spoiled brat who hates rabbits, including Buster and Babs Bunny. Sometimes, Monty is nice and is roled as a main character in 2 episodes of Tiny Toon Adventures: Love Disconnection, and Playtime Toons. He seems to get annoyed by Elmyra Duff, who has a big crush on Monty, but he is shown to get help from her sometimes, probably to get those two rabbits, Buster and Babs. In Citizen Max, Monty was a peasant back then and was friends with Buster, but by the time the Acme Looniversity class president election started, he began to change as a mean rich brat who then claimed Buster as his ''rival''. Montana Max was later appeared in The Plucky Duck Show, and The 1995 Halloween special of Tiny Toons. But, He did not make any cameos in Animaniacs, and was replaced by Rudy Mookich in Pinky, Elmyra, and The Brain. The show was unsuccessful and many Tiny Toons fans criticize them for replacing Monty as Elmyra Duff's love interest. In 2020, it was told that Tiny Toons is getting a reboot, however, Charlie Alder is not reprising his role as Buster and Cree Summer is not voicing Elmyra again, since she was cut. Monty has a chance to return and Danny Cooksey could reprise Monty's role, although it was not mentioned he will or will not be returning.

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He is voiced by Danny Cooksey, who also voiced Jack Spicer from Xiaolin Showdown, and Stoop Kid from Hey Arnold!

Toys and Merch

Montana Max had toys and other merchandise of himself and were able to be collected in the 90's. Mcdonald's had toys of Monty in 1991 (A flip car with himself and Gogo Dodo), and in 1992 (A Wacky roller with bouncing coins in a cash register). Playskool had toys of him as well, including figures and cars. Other merch included, Posters, Comics, Stickers, etc.

Other Info

According to the TTA Pilot, The Looney Beginning, At the Warner Bros. Animation studio, Monty was going to have his own show at first, but then rejected because of his own nasty behavior. Monty then tries to get revenge on Buster and Babs as they have plans to come up with a new show called Tiny Toons. Max stole the scripts and booted the two rabbits out and renamed the show ''The Montana Max Show''. At the end, Monty was tricked by Buster and Babs who were dressed as Yosemite Sam and Elmer Fudd, who were considered as Montana Max's heroes in Looney Tunes, unfortunately. Max then got mad and realized that it was them in costumes and set out traps around his mansion, but failed since they escaped so quickly. Monty was then being chased by one of his big coins of a face of himself on it and got defeated by getting crushed by it. That means Buster and Babs saved the show from being ruined by Monty.


In Prom-ise Her Anything, Even though Monty is a minor, he is claimed to be a republican in this episode.

Montana Max is 14 years old.

Some TTA episodes, Monty himself has his own theme song jingle, as heard in the opening of the segment ''My Dinner With Elmyra'' in the TTA episode, Love Disconnection. It can be noticed in various other episodes.

Max has a supervillain ego of himself named Wex Wuthor, a parody of the DC Comic Fictional Supervillain Lex Luthor. Wex is considered as an enemy of the Just-Us League of SuperToons, as seen in New Class Day.

Monty might have a character named after him, Major from Hellsing, who is also named Montana Max. Maybe the author of Hellsing, Kouta Hirano, mainly based The Major on his Tiny Toons counterpart (Montana Max).

Montana Max is actually named after a state in the USA, Montana. Because, Montana is a western state, and Monty was named like that to share common characteristics with his Looney Tunes counterpart Yosemite Sam.

Monty is mainly based on Yosemite Sam, since they both have a bad temper, hatred for rabbits, and a western state named after them. Unlike Sam, The only difference is that Max actually speaks proper english, instead of using phrases ''ain't'' and ''ain't none''.

Deep down, Max is very afraid that no one likes him, and he's right. So, he mostly calls an ACME-Rent-A-Friend to play with, but he usually yells and has a bad temper. So, he might have a hard time making actual ''friends''.

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