Miss the old days of the life size Jessica Rabbit cut-out in the MGM Studios? Well now you can have your very own Roger and Jessica Rabbit wall plaque. This fantastic piece comes from SuspendedAnimationNY, who not only offers this - but many other amazing Disney character pieces as well. Mickey, Minnie, Rapunzel, Tinker Bell, and even Jack Skellington are available as wreaths, trinket boxes, and wall plaques. Take a moment to visit the Etsy page. Custom orders are available, so if you don't see something you like, don't be shy to ask!
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Jessica Rabbit has had her image gracing a lot of merchandise - shirts, posters, mugs, and even journals. Disney Parks put an extra touch for this journal to give it a little more impact. Take a closer look at the Jessica Rabbit Beaded Journal.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
It's obviously confirmed now that the new Calendar Series of pins released at the Disney Soda Fountain and Studio Store will feature only Jessica Rabbit. This will most likely make this whole series THE series to have. It's increasingly difficult to get your hands on the new releases, not to mention surprises releases. The Jessica February Calendar Pin was released on February 19th and sold for $16.95 each and is a limited edition of 300.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
There is some extra exciting, extra buzzworthy, extra special news to report today. I have it on good authority from the man himself, Gary K. Wolf, a new Disney/Pixar movie is being discussed called The Stooge, set to star Mickey Mouse - AND ROGER RABBIT!
Thursday, February 14, 2013
I can't believe it has been Ten Years since I started posting about Jessica Rabbit. In 2003, I began a Jessica Yahoo Group just when her pins were first starting to pop up in the parks. Very soon I was quite busily reporting on all the newest releases and the steady flow of other merchandise like shirts, hats and mugs.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Mike Kungl, has featured both cartoon stars in this new piece, and quite a stunner it is! With his signature bold colors and angular, nostalgic style, he faithfully brings Roger and Jessica to life in his new work.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
I finally started to try my hand at doll customizing. It's something I've never ever tried before, so I didn't quite know what to expect. It's certainly not easy, but it's a lot of fun. Which two dolls did I use to make these customs, read on to find out!
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Here is a small glimpse at the land that never was in the Disney's MGM Studios. Roger Rabbit's Hollywood was a proposed section of the park, and was all ready to go until plans changed for whatever reason. Here we can see a replica of the Acme warehouse and Maroon Cartoons building doubling as "Maroon Studios" from the description in the photo. The other is of concept art for the Roger Rabbit Toontown Trolley ride, which was to be a motion simulation ride much like Star Tours. There were also plans for Baby Herman's Runaway Buggy, another dark-light ride much like Car Toon Spin, that takes you careening through the hospital hallways seen in Tummy Trouble. A Toontown Diner was also planned as the main restaurant. There's never been any information on how much of a role Jessica Rabbit would have played if this section of the park was created (merchandise, a costumed character, etc) but it has been said that Roger was going to be included in the original gang (Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Donald and Goofy) and was being pushed to be as famous and recognizable as Goofy.