I have to say that I'm terribly angered and upset by the fact that some of you are under the presumption that big breasts = slut.
I myself am "top-heavy" and I can't go into Victoria's Secret to buy a bra-a fact that's incredibly frustrating because I'm being told that I basically do not exist. I didn't get plastic surgery, this is just how my body turned out. As Jessica herself says, "I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way." I can't express to you how much I relate with that phrase.
Jessica Rabbit represents the old Hollywood glamor woman that I can relate to-a woman with curves, like Marilyn Monroe, which is exactly what her character should look like-she simply represents her own era. Audrey Hepburn turned everything around-I'm sure she had no intention to change the way society depicts women; she always considered herself gawky and such. Now we have girls with eating disorders to be as skinny as she was. Go figure!
Jessica isn't the typical stick that most of the other female characters are-she's far more independent and in control of herself and her destiny. The way she looks, moves and sings simply reflects her time period. Maybe our ultra-conservative, anorexic-oriented society is too afraid for a woman like Jessica-she represents everything that a girl inside wants to be, for she is beautiful, independent, talented, and can take care of herself. Too hot and too much of an individual to handle?
I'm glad she looks different. I have a character I can relate to. Is it any wonder that all of the Jessica Rabbit merch that becomes available is so popular? (BTW, guys, for those that are complaining about her merch and other Disney merch, check out Hot Topic). We love her, men and women alike. The pin-up girl is the girl that is confident, which usually is not seem as "wholesome". She's comfortable with who she is. She's far more powerful than most of those other Disney girls combined.
Additionally, I find Tinkerbell to be far more of a sexual character than Jessica Rabbit could ever be. Jessica is mostly very sweet or controlled, a natural woman, whereas Tinkerbell is vain, jealous and all those other nasty adjectives you could come up with for the popular girls that you dealt with at school (In the end, insecure with herself.)
So I say, bring on the Roger and Jessica!