Rastamouse Is A Cartoon About A Rastafarian Mouse

The Telegraph:

Based on the popular children’s books, first published seven years ago, by Genevieve Webster and Michael De Souza, this delightfully funny animation centres on the mystery-solving, reggae-playing, skateboarding Rastamouse, voiced by Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates. Rastamouse is aided by his posse, The Easy Crew, who are called upon by Mouseland’s President Wensley Dale whenever something goes awry on the island.

The authors of the original books told the Telegraph that they “wanted to create something contemporary, colourful and fun that would appeal not just to black children, but to other children as well.”

Discuss.

Thanks to Dog Blog tipper John Cameron for sharing this with me.


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