Daffy Duck is a cartoon character created by Tex Avery and Bob Clampett for Warner Bros. in the late 1930s. He made his debut appearance in the short film "Porky's Duck Hunt" in 1937, and quickly became one of the most popular Looney Tunes characters.
Daffy is known for his wild and zany personality, often characterized by his greed, arrogance, and unpredictable behavior. He is typically depicted as Bugs Bunny's rival, and the two engage in various hijinks and comedic situations.
Daffy's physical appearance has evolved over the years, but he is generally portrayed as a black-feathered duck with an orange beak and legs, and a propensity for wearing crazy costumes and accessories.
Daffy has appeared in numerous short films and television series over the years, including "Looney Tunes", "Merrie Melodies", and "The Bugs Bunny Show". He has also made guest appearances in other Warner Bros. productions, such as "Space Jam" and "The Looney Tunes Show".
Daffy has become a cultural icon and a beloved character in the world of animation, known for his wacky personality, distinctive voice, and comedic antics. He has inspired countless imitators and has been parodied in various media over the years.