Saturday, November 2, 2013
The Cultural Effect Of Jessica Rabbit
Roger Rabbit isn't the only character from the book and movie to have made an impact on people for the past 25 years. Jessica Rabbit stole hearts and stirred imaginations when she made her movie debut in Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 1988, but her origins go further back to the book Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf. The book is a very different from the movie - however it still features Roger, Jessica, Eddie, Baby Herman, toons, and a murder plot.
Jessica was a different kind of woman in the book and the tone was a very dark and involved murder mystery. So if you are a fan of the movie and haven't read it, you'll definitely want to! You can grab the Kindle Edition at Amazon.com.
How did Gary get his head wrapped around the curvaceous form of Jessica Rabbit? What impact has she had? The countdown to Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? continues with this next article:
Musa Publishing: What Is It About Redheads? : The Cultural Effect of Jessica Rabbit by Andrea Colasanto