Sunday, January 31, 2010

Roger AND Rogina Rabbit

Now that’s what I call a very original idea!


A seller at eBay is currently selling this couple of adorable crocheted rabbits: Roger Rabbit himself and a girl rabbit named “Rogina”. What’s interesting about Rogina is her design: she’s mainly a girl version of Roger, wearing some sort of blue necklace, red jumpers and what appear to be white sneakers with blue laces and pink soles.

Wonder if she’s supposed to be Roger’s sister or some distant cousin. She’s really cute <3

If you want to get Rogina (and Roger of course) you can place your bid in the following eBay auction:

eBay - Roger & Rogina Rabbit
(This link may not be working after February 2010)

Monday, January 25, 2010

Three years living with Roger Rabbit


Yup. I’ve been living three exact years with this little fella (maybe you remember the last year’s entry about my second anniversary with him) and very little has changed since that day.

Or at least, I think so.

Let’s see: Roger gained some much-needed whiskers and his loose tooth, so he isn’t your average Roger Rabbit plush doll anymore. What did I gain? Perhaps several pounds and a lot of knowledge about Roger Rabbit himself, everything related to him and of course the real life outside the rabbit hole.

I’ve had a lot of good stuff and great experiences with Roger. Also some bad stuff came when I couldn’t take control of my emotions, and I hurted him. There are several weird stories too, that are actually funny. But what I really remember with such joy and emotion, was the previous encounter I had with this Roger Rabbit doll before getting him.

At that time, I wasn’t so interested in the rabbit. In fact, knew little about him since the last time I saw him, back in my childhood days. I was collecting another stuff, and my interests were focused to some little spunky, red-haired girl that smells like strawberries. But some day, at the flea market. I spotted him. He was hanging on a grid display, among some other plush dolls and collectibles. Despite my limited knowledge, I recognized him and couldn’t avoid but smile and giggle. He looked really really funny, with his big blue eyes staring at me. A sudden blast of nostalgia caught me, but as soon as it came, it disappeared. I was in fact searching for another doll, so I smiled at Roger for the last time, and said goodbye to him.

Never thought I would bring him to home two weeks later!! (thanks, of course, to the broadcast of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” on Mexican Disney Channel).

Since January 25th. 2007, Roger Rabbit has been part of my life. Today, January 25th, 2010, Roger Rabbit is still part of my life.


And I love him a lot <3

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

I'm not jumping into the bandwagon (and even I'm sorta doing)

Yes, I know there's that old lady named Anette Edwards, that spent £10,000 or so in cosmetic surgeries just for looking like Jessica Rabbit.

And I know she's also a professional rabbit breeder, that owns the world's biggest living rabbit.

And I know she's around her 60's, and still wanted to look like her favorite character.

What I don't know, is why almost all people at blogs, message boards and even TV shows is making fun of her. She just did what she wanted to do, even when that meant becoming the main focus of some controversy about what can you do at certain ages, and what not. In fact, Anette was so self-confident in herself, that she decided to go ahead to fulfill her dream of becoming Jessica Rabbit by any means necessary. Even if people laugh at her at this moment.

I'm gonna tell you something fellas: I'm almost 30 years old. But anyway, sometimes I take one of my Roger Rabbit plush dolls for strolling around my hometown (mainly around downtown, or going to shopping) and I have a lot of fun doing it. Some people laugh at me histerically, since I'm hugging my bunny doll while walking among them. Some people just smile at me. Usually kids get really excited and cheerful when they spot Roger Rabbit, even if they don't know about him. Even some persons ask me about where I got the rabbit, or if I'm selling him. And I'm enjoying myself all day long.

Because I'm doing something that I love to do, and I'm not hurting anyone while doing it. Could say I know how to deliver some fun to people, hehe!

So, what's the difference between Anette and me? Actually, none. And what's the difference between Anette and the rest of the people? Well, maybe people is afraid of doing what they really want to do (as long as they aren't hurting themselves or other people) and she wasn't.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Roger and Jessica Cubees

For all you Cubee lovers, finally you can get the oddest animated couple in their own Cubee templates!!

Roger CubeeDownload Roger Rabbit Cubee template

Jessica Cubee  Download Jessica Rabbit Cubee template

Both of them were created by 7ater, and you can find more neat Cubees at his own website; it really worths the visit! =3

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


"The world of ToonTown is a big one, with many worlds and places to go fit for all of favorite animated characters you've grown to love. Hoagie's Alley, Cool World, Thorn Valley, and so on. Back in 1947, the very heart of it was threatened when Judge Doom planned to clear it all down and turn it into nothing but roads and highways. This plan was foiled by private investigator Eddie Valiant in the nick of time, and A-list Toon star Roger Rabbit was cleared of any charges for the trouble.
Now, many years later... one of Doom's many Plan B's is coming into effect. In an attempt to bring the large cartoon world to it's knees; a tainted can of ink has been opened - and anyone coming into contact with it, or even spreading it around, will become the heart of a monster In some cases, more than a monster: a powerful, unstoppable zombie bent on destruction. Considering the likes of many characters from Little Sneezer to Popeye and even Sonic the Hedgehog over the years, we can only hope that this can prevented.


Or maybe not.


Welcome to ZombieTown: a comic starring four Toons, four humans, as they fight for survival and to find a cure. But with the chaos spreading rapidly, and so much ground to cover, is all hope lost?


Combining the fun and the humor of the 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' movie in anticipation for the hopeful sequel, and the many nostalgic zombie movies past and present, this comic will thrill, chill, and delight those who remember those memorable cartoon films and series' we've grown to love. Not limited to Disney, the comic aims to reach the likes of Don Bluth, Ralph Bakshi, Matt Groening, Van Buren, John Kricfalusi, and many more to list. Also intended are homages to many zombie horror movies such as Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later, among many more.


Written and drawn out on Microsoft Paint by Aaron Mocksing, ZombieTown will also allow and invite many people's original characters to be included on the experience, with credit given. It is a huge and ambitious project open for a lot of people to enjoy.
So suit up, lock and load, and prepare yourselves... ZombieTown may just consume the world as we know it.”

If you want to check out this promising history and give your feedback to his creator, p-p-p-p-please visit Aaron Mocksing at deviantART =3

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Jeepers!! That’s a HUGE rabbit! – Part Deux

The same day Toontown Antics got into its first anniversary, my huge Roger Rabbit plush doll finally arrived home:

   Yup: I added him some whiskers =3

(Sat him in the chair for giving you an idea of his size =D)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Toontown Antics – First Anniversary

ImprimirA year ago, I started Toontown Antics. Didn’t have any visitors at the time and the updates were, let’s face it: a little silly and pointless.

Today, Toontown Antics is one of the few well-known blogs fully devoted to Roger Rabbit and his fellow friends, and I have some visitors from United States, Mexico, Argentina, Norway and even Japan!

I can’t thank you enough for all the support, for making this dream come true and for keeping it alive when I was in despair. Thanks to everyone: friends and foes, toons and humans, rabbits and weasels, casual visitors and hardcore fans.

Thanks to Ayaka-chan, Alexander, MikMix, Sketch, LĂȘA, Dizneyfan, my followers (at the right column) and the rest of my visitors (casuals and anonymous)!!

And, of course, thank you very much Roger Rabbit, for all the funny and sweet moments!! =3

P-p-p-p-p-please, keep supporting this blog!! =’)

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Jeepers!! That’s a HUGE rabbit!



Commissioned a life-sized Roger Rabbit doll several months ago and it’s finally done! Still don’t have it at home (this pictures were sent to me by the person who made the doll) but the rabbit it’s HUGE and it’s totally hand-made. This person also makes Sackboys (from the PS3 hit “Little Big Planet”) and several custom dolls that you can see in her online catalog.

So, do you like him? I can’t wait to bring him at home, he’s so huggable! =3