Thursday, October 24, 2013

Roger dolls from Japan

This just in: More Roger merch exists today from Japan.

The thing is, Roger is loved in other countries a lot more than he is where I come from. In America, he is well known, but that is about it. But in Japan, like Oswald and Stitch, he is well loved.

Here is an example. The Takara Tomi Roger doll.

You may notice that it's a smaller size than most Roger plushes, but in my opinion, it's the most based off of the character. Things from the tie to the one eye being smaller than the other are perfectly replicated.

Then there is this talking doll from the 80's that I found.

It's one of the more accurate Rogers that I have seen, from the color of the nose to the eyes to everything else. It talks, and it was voiced by the voice of Roger in Japan.

If you are interested in buying them, here are the links on Ebay.

Talking doll:

Takara Tomy Roger:

Roger Rabbit making appearances in Toontown for Halloween

This just in! I found a video that was recently released for Halloween at Disneyland for Mickey's Halloween party!

Bunnyfriend, sorry for not telling you about this, but it was important enough to post.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Gary K. Wolf’s “Ask Me Anything” at Reddit, and the first chapter of “Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?” narrated by Gar— I mean, Walter Windchill

Are you interested to know some interesting stuff about Roger Rabbit, Toontown, his novels and their creator: Gary K. Wolf? Then go here and read all the answers he left to several Redditors who asked him some great questions about “Who Censored Roger Rabbit?”, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, “Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?” and basically everything related to the floppy-eared rabbit.

Again, the link where you can find Gary Wolf’s “Ask Me Anything” is:

Also, he shared with all Roger Rabbit fans this video, in which Walter Windchill (the gossip columnist who bores a striking resemblance to Gary Wolf) is narrating the first episode of “Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?” for us:

Are you willing to know what comes next? Better keep your simoleons ready! “Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?” will be available for pre-order on October 22nd, and then you’ll know the rest of this story ;)

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

New video with Richard Williams

Our pals at Oscars have once again uploaded a treat for us Roger Rabbit fans. They held a tribute to Richard Williams and he spoke about the films he had worked on through his career. And of course Who Framed Roger Rabbit was one of them.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Ask Gary Wolf a question

Musa Publishing is asking for fans to send in questions for a interview with Gary Wolf. If there's something you wanted to know about Roger Rabbit but never found out, here's your chance. I've sent mine, now you go ahead and send yours.