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Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century

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  • Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century


    hops into 21st century

    Entertainment icon Walt Disney was born 109 years ago Sunday and one of his
    early creations is back on the scene is a surprising way:
    the unlikely 21st century revival of Oswald the Rabbit.






    No one would have been surprised if Oswald had never been seen again. But Robert IgerAl Michaels leave ABC and ESPN and sign with NBC.

    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century

    that's great news
    I am traveling now.

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      Re: Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century

      Awesome!

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        I was excited to finally see Oswald make his first appearance in Disney Epic Mickey. The sidescrolling platform levels Mickey must use to travel between different areas are accessed by jumping into projector screens. The areas of the game are, more or less, based on Disneyland inspired locations while the projector screens take you into the worlds of old Mickey cartoons (like Steamboat Willie). Some of these levels are also based on old Oswald cartoons. As a bonus, the player can get rewarded at the Mean Street Cinema with a restored Oswald cartoon!

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          Re: Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century

          Possibly one the most fantastic, yet weird stories of a character's return.


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            Re: Oswald the Rabbit returns: Walt Disney's lost bunny hops into the 21st century

            Originally posted by Timekeeper View Post
            Possibly one the most fantastic, yet weird stories of a character's return.


            Timekeeper
            It definitely is. The funny thing about Oswald's return is his return is not in the form of traditional animation, but as a key character in a video game. At least with the younger generations, Oswald is more relevant because he has appeared in a video game. Kids will at least be able to recognize Oswald if they saw a picture of him plus some of the platforming in between stages are based on a few of Oswald's cartoons. An actual Oswald cartoon is unlockable in the game, too.

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