Appearing in "The Resurrection of Doom"

Featured Characters:

  • Roger Rabbit
  • Eddie Valiant
  • Jessica Rabbit

Supporting Characters:

  • Baby Herman
  • Benny The Cab
  • CB Maroon
  • Velma


  • Judge Doom
  • Toon Patrol Weasels
  • Evil Aurel



  • Model Sheet
  • Gag Squirt Guns
  • Toon Paintbrush


  • Toon Patrol Van
  • Pacific Electric Red Car Trolley

Synopsis for "The Resurrection of Doom"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Tummy Trouble"

Featured Characters:

  • Roger Rabbit
  • Baby Herman

Supporting Characters:

  • Unnamed Doctors

Other Characters:

  • Ambulance


  • Baby Herman's Home
  • Hospital

Synopsis for "Tummy Trouble"

Baby Herman swallows a rattle, and Roger rushes him to a hospital where antics ensue.

Solicit Synopsis

Roger and Jessica are thrown out of work when Maroon Cartoon Studios resorts to cheaper animation. Meanwhile, Judge Doom plots revenge as he makes a most unexpected and surprising return!


  • Wraparound cover.
  • Cover art: cartoons by Kurosawa.
  • For Sequence 1 The Resurrection of Doom, Dan Spiegle is credited with "Illustrative Art", while Kurosawa and Langley are credited for "Toon Art".
  • R.K. Maroon's name is consistently spelled with periods after his initials. CB Maroon's name is consistently spelled without them.


  • The weasels that appear in this book are not the same weasels from the previous volume, though there is a close resemblance. The lead weasel in The Resurrection of Doom refers to his "brothers" having been killed.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit? implies that R.K. Maroon may have survived being shot, as reference is made to him having been taken to a hospital. The Resurrection of Doom reveals that he did not survive.
  • Jessica Rabbit appears briefly in the animated short Tummy Trouble, but she is not included in the adaptation here.
  • Following The Resurrection of Doom, Disney Comics began publishing original comic book adventures of Roger Rabbit. The first volume ran for 18 issues, after which it was re-named Roger Rabbit's Toontown and ran for an additional 5 issues.
  • Gary K. Wolf (author of the novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit?, upon which the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was based) wrote two follow-up novels set in the same continuity as the film. These novels do not reflect the events shown in The Resurrection of Doom.

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