Monday, February 1, 2016

Now Available - Birthstone Series



A new series of Birthstone pins was released on January 21, 2016 in Walt Disney World parks. It features Disney Princesses, and some Leading Ladies, with a birthstone for the corresponding month. The characters are:

January - Snow White - Apple - Red - Garnet
Feburary - Rapunzel - Pascal - Pink - Amethyst
March - Cinderella - Glass Slipper - Light Blue - Aquamarine
April - Mary Poppins - Butterfly - Silver - Diamond
May - Ariel - Shell - Green - Emerald
June - Jasmine - Magic Lamp - Light Purple - Pearl
July - Jessica Rabbit - Heart - Red - Ruby
August - Tiana - Frog - Light Green - Peridot
September - Anna - Flower - Dark Blue - Sapphire
October - Aurora - Crown - Pink - Opal
November - Belle - Rose - Gold - Topaz
December - Elsa - Snowflake - Light Blue - Zircon

Each pin comes in a gift box style package with a pink ribbon. The pins are sculpted metal, with a glitter fill background in an oval frame. Each character has a different icon, color, gem and month. They are $11.99 each and are an Open Edition. It's worth mentioning that the pin for Jessica shown in the preview image has been drastically changed. You can see new image of the pin released (left) and how different it is from the one above.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin Grand Opening Video

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin ride in Disneyland recently celebrated another year in Toontown. Last year there was a lot of rumor that we might lose the ride, as well as Toontown, to the new Star Wars Land expansion. However, this is not the case, and Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin is still keeping guests entertained.



Friday, January 15, 2016

Coming Soon - Roger And Jessica Rabbit Love Letter Pin

At the GenEARation D Event last year a new pin collection was revealed for 2016. This series is a Monthly collection of Love Letters. One pin will be released each month and feature a famous Disney Couple. Characters in the series are: Cinderella and Prince Charming, Ariel and Eric, Carl Fredricksen and Ellie, Lady and the Tramp, Naveen and Tiana, Mickey and Minnie, Wall-E and Eve, Donald and Daisy, Jack and Sally, Beast and Belle, Prince Phillip and Aurora, and Roger and Jessica Rabbit. The top flap of the envelope is hinged to open up. The seal is a plastic heart. The letter can be lifted out of the envelope by pulling the flap open and up. Roger is on the left, knelling and swooning over Jessica. She is on the right sending a kiss to him. There is a reel of unraveled film between them. The envelope is a maroon glitter fill. The pin comes on a special backer card. They will be a Limited Edition of 3000 and sold at various park locations.

Monday, January 11, 2016

Coming Soon - Jessica Rabbit Britto Statue

In 2013 neo-pop artist Romero Britto added Jessica Rabbit a to his catalog of Disney characters recreated in his bright, energetic style. Known for his use of bold colors, graffiti patterns and elements of cubism, Jessica joined the list of Disney characters recreated by Britto, such as the Little Mermaid, Tinker Bell and Mickey Mouse. First, Jessica was released as a bust. She featured a glittered glove and was attached to a sleek black base. A new Jessica Rabbit will be released in 2016 and will be a full statue of the Toontown diva from head to toe.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Jessica Rabbit Pressed Penny


While there is not much left of the Roger Rabbit themed area in Disney's Hollywood Studios (and it might be completely gone during construction of the new Star Wars Land) a Pressed Penny Souvenir machine was there with Jessica Rabbit as one of the selections. Along with the new 2016 Disney Logo and Jack-Jack from The Incredibles, Jessica can be selected when you put a penny into the machine and have it pressed with the likeness of your choice. Several of these machines can be found around the park with different character selections. It costs .50¢ and you need to supply the penny as well.


Sunday, January 3, 2016

New Jessica Rabbit Art By Darren Wilson



There is a new print available on the Disney Cruises now available to buy. Yaya Han, famous for her amazing cosplay including Jessica, posted a photo of Jessica Rabbit sitting on an anchor in sailor attire, which was earlier released as a shirt and pin.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

ImNotBad.com 2015 Year End Review

This year was the slowest in Jessica Rabbit news in a very long time. Not since the mid 1990's was there so little of Jessica to be seen. The pin selections were slim, and the merchandise even slimmer. To make up for the empty space ImNotBad.com had a Jessica Rabbit Pin of the Day post, revisiting many of the past Jessica Rabbit pins released over the years. With over 600 released to date, there were certainly plenty to choose from. The pins were often themed to the month and can be seen HERE. It was a daunting task searching through my files of pins, art and scans, so in September it was changed over to Pin of the Week.


There was some new artwork that had appeared on the Disney Dream cruise ship which was created by famed Disney Illustrator Don "Ducky" Williams. It features Jessica and Roger dressed in United States Navy uniforms and the cruise line logo in the center.