The Walt Disney Classics Collection line is one of the higher-end collectibles available, and by now almost every Disney character has be immortalized with a statue. Jessica Rabbit has made two appearances, the first being entitled "Dear Jessica, How Do I Love Thee?" which also featured Roger as well. At long last, up for review now - as voted on by the readers of the site, is the stand-alone Jessica Rabbit Classics Collection Statue "I'm Not Bad, I'm Just Drawn That Way."
That does not take away from the beauty of the piece at all - and out of all the glittered Jessica statues out there, this one has glitter that REALLY stays in place. I have not seen any stray glitter falling off from mine, even when handling it.
The face of the statue is just a tad off model if you ask me. Which is weird since it was sculpted by the same person who mad the first statue - and that one had an excellent face likeness of Jessica. It appears the look has been softened a little bit for this piece, but the look is still very nice. Jessica has her deep orange hair, heavy eyelid, and long purple gloves. The colors here are all accurate - as they should be. Disney put the effort in these statues to match that of the paint colors on screen. They even made sure to include a gold painted earring.
Aside from the glittered dress and earring, there are also other details, or rather "plussing" as Disney calls it, added to the statue that you don't even see. If you wondered how a statue with tiny details could even survive without breakage, the Jessica WDCC statue is plussed with bronze shoes, making her sturdy and secure to the base.
The Jessica Rabbit WDCC statue was so anticipated that it even graced the cover of Tomart's Disneyana Magazine issue #55, with the poster ad inside about the event. Upon release, the statues sold for $150 each. They can be found on eBay fairly often, though for a time they were really hard to come by. Now prices can vary in the upper $200 - $400 range.