I will never forget riding in the back seat of my parents' car, a Chevy Bel-Aire. It was the first "car" they had owned; up until then I think they had only had pickups and tractors. But a big deal was made about having the back seat of a car just for me. Sometimes I'd even climb up on the top of the back seat and take a nap right there up against the rear windshield. (How can it be a windshield if it's in the rear? Oh, yeah; reverse gear.)
What the hell was I talking about? Oh, Daffy Duck.
So on this one trip they bought me a comic book to read. It was one of the first Daffy Duck comics, I'm sure. I remember the first page was a lot of dark colors and it was a rainy day with lots of thunder and dark clouds (in the comic).
Bottom line? Daffy Duck scared the shit out of me. He was running around screaming and had this wild-eyed look on his face. It upset me very much.
In a node about Bugs Bunny, themusic mentions that WB had to tone down Daffy after his initial appearance. My experience is probably the reason.