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Space Jam: A New Legacy

In 1996 Space Jam awed kids all over. Even kids who didn’t watch basketball begged to see it because of Michael Jordan and all the Looney Tunes. A new generation of kids gets to experience the same enchantment with Space Jam: A New Legacy. This time they’re treated to LeBron James as he tries to rescue his son from a wayward AI. And, with the help of the Looney Tunes, he knows he can.

Unlike most of the players in Space Jam, you can choose your team. If you’re feeling a little more mischievous than usual you can join the Goon Squad with purple shorts and a custom jersey. A full Toon Squad set lands you with Bugs and the gang. And a face painting kit can help you get the look of your favorite character. You might want to get Bugs’ look or maybe you want to go with Chronos’ style and get in sync with time.

Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures

Babs Bunny is a character in the Warner Bros animated series, Tiny Toon Adventures. She is a performer with a knack for improvisation and impressions. But sometimes her spot-on impressions annoy her friends, or gets her into trouble. Cheerful yet sassy, Babs loves the spotlight and comedic entertainment. She has a distinct feminine flair as indicated by her outfit and hairbows. Her best friend is Buster Bunny.

Michael Jordan in Space Jam

Michael Jordan plays himself in the 1996 live-action/animated sports film Space Jam, a crossover with Warner Bros. Looney Tunes. The film presents a fictional alternate history of what happened between Jordan’s initial retirement from the NBA in 1993 and his comeback in 1995, in which he becomes embroiled in events involving Bugs Bunny and his friends by joining their basketball team, Tune Squad.

Judge Doom

In Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) is the much-feared judge of Toontown, where he metes out punishments like executing Toons by dipping them into vats of Dip — turpentine and acetone. He calm and without mirth, but this demeanor conceals his true identity.

Roger Rabbit

Overly anxious and a lightweight when it comes to drinking, Roger Rabbit is the way to go if you’re into dressing like a cartoon rabbit. Not only do you get to pretend you have a bombshell wife but you also have an excuse to wear red overalls. Plus you can pretend your social anxiety is part of your character. Don’t forget to stutter!