Friday, November 25, 2011

Jessica Rabbit Premium Format Poll Results

A few months ago conducted it's first opinion poll to see who would be buying the Jessica Rabbit Premium Format statue by Sideshow Collectibles. Out of 100 voters, 49 said yes - but surprisingly 22 said No and 29 said Maybe. Though it seems the majority will be getting the statue, if we add the No's and Maybe's - that is 51%. So, it still seems to be a pretty split feeling on the statue with most people not quite sure still. Perhaps it is the price, or the lack of an interesting Exclusive version. Still, the Exclusive version of the Premium Format is sold out as of right now, but the regular edition is amongst the highest edition size by Sideshow at 1500.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Jessica Rabbit Premium Format Sold Out

According to the Sideshow Collectibles website, the Jessica Rabbit Premium Format Figure Exclusive Version is sold out! This exclusive version included a special art print of Jessica. The regular version (which does not include the print) is still available on Sideshow Collectibles website. There is finally a set edition size for the regular version, which is a very high 1500. Sideshow is also having it's own Black Friday sale, beginning today. Head on over there to see if you can snag some good holiday deals on select merchandise.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

New Jessica Rabbit Art at Disneyland

Sent over by a dedicated Jessica Rabbit fan, there is some new artwork for sale in Disney Parks. Take a look at the cartoon diva in all her glory. There is a framed version that sells for a few hundred dollars, but there is also an unframed version that sells for a much more affordable $20.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Kelly Clarkson Inspired By Jessica Rabbit

At the 2011 American Music Awards, everyone seems to think that singer Kelly Clarkson's look was inspired by Jessica Rabbit. She is just one of many celebrities that are going for the look, with a sparkling, skin-tight red dress. Her song, "Mr. Know It All" began with a piano and kelly being surrounded by men in trench coats, fedoras, and cameras - very reminiscent to Eddie and Jessica if you ask me. She continued the song in a very jazz style. Head over to PopCrush to read more and watch the performance.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Is Angelina The Human Jessica Rabbit

An article on is holding an opinion poll - asking if Angelina Jolie is the equivalent of the human version of Jessica Rabbit. While in Japan to promote Brad Pitt's new film, Angelina wore a very form fitting red dress. She is on a growing list of celebrities who might be opting for a Jessica Rabbit-inspired look. Head over to to take the poll!

Monday, November 14, 2011

5 Cartoon Character Beauty Lines We’d Love to See - News -

Over at, they are asking for some new cosmetics based on some of the most popular cartoon characters - like Jem, The Chipettes, and Jessica Rabbit! With the female Disney Villains, Tinker Bell, Barbie, and Wonder Woman having their own line of inspired make-up and accessories, could a Jessica Rabbit line be too much of a stretch. Some must-haves include eye liner, purple eyeshadow, and bright red lipstick.

Read their article:5 Cartoon Character Beauty Lines We’d Love to See - News -

Friday, November 11, 2011

Jessica Rabbit Preproduction Artwork

Feast your eyes on what could have been. This is a picture of Marvin Acme and an early version of what Jessica Rabbit was supposed to look like. This depiction of Jessica was SO close to being the final version, that you can still see it in the movie. In the Who Framed Roger Rabbit film, when Eddie is looking at the newspaper after talking to Baby Herman, you can see this image if you pause it at the right moment. When the animation had to begin creation, her look was changed at the last second to the Jessica Rabbit we know now. Her face is very different, and almost looks close to a young Kathleen Turner (who supplied her speaking voice). The top of her dress was different and her gloves are much shorter.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Pin Preview - Jessica Decades Second Series and more

The Disney Soda Fountain and Studio Store isn't going to let the lack of pins for Halloween pass quietly. This month, they are releasing SIX different Jessica Rabbit pins - just in case your wallet was getting bored!

The first pin is the Jessica Thanksgiving pin, being released on November 5th. This is only a limited edition of 150 and will see for $10.95 each.

The next pins to be released on November 19th are part of the Jessica Rabbit Decades series. This continues from the first series of Jessica dressed in clothes from 1910, 20, 30 and 40's. The new series will be 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's. They are limited to 300 each (note the 1970's edition size is probably wrong on the flyer) and will sell for $10.95 each.

Last, there will be a Roger and Jessica Lightbulb series pin released on November 26th. Roger and Jessica are together next to a Christmas lightbulb. These pins might be a little bigger as they are selling for $12.95 each and a limited edition of 150.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Jessica Rabbit Designer Collection Doll

Here is my art for a Disney Designer Leading Ladies Collection Jessica Rabbit Doll. Maybe one day Disney will decide to make more charactes for the line. Here's hoping!