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Adventure Time #32

Available now wherever the best comics in the world are sold (including BOOM!’s online shop). Written by Ryan North, illustrated by Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline.

Finn is on an impossible mission to break Magic Man’s curse so that he can finally live his life…and remember it! It’s going to take a lot of pal time and a lot of help from the best of friends but this definitely seems like an adventure that Finn and Jake can take—if only Finn could remember.

Cover C by Nikki Mannino.

disneylandguru:

Roger Rabbit was recognized as a lucrative character by Disney after the 1988 release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Roger Rabbit was set to be the star of his own land, behind Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland, called Hollywoodland. Meanwhile, over at the Magic Kingdom, a new land behind Fantasyland was being developed in honor of Mickey Mouse’s sixtieth birthday, aptly named Mickey’s Birthdayland.

Hollywoodland was canceled, and was combined with the idea of Mickey’s Birthdayland as well as a concept found in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, to form Mickey’s Toontown, which opened in 1993 behind Fantasyland at Disneyland.

Mickey’s Birthdayland opened as planned in 1988, and was expanded as a sister to Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland and was renovated in 1996 to re-open as Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

In the ride, Marvin Acme’s “Acme Warehouse” from the film is called the “Gag Warehouse” and the cans of “DIP” in the opening scene of the ride, are real props from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. One has a dent from where Christopher Lloyd kicked it.

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