Here's an idea I came up with recently. I'm not sure whether to make it a movie, a series, a comic book, a novel, or all of the above. But I think it's a good idea that I'd like to see someone do, if it hasn't already been done. If it has been done, but not in the way I've been picturing, I may do it anyway. I'll talk about the idea...but first, I'll talk about the inspiration. I was thinking about those movies where an animated cartoon character interacts with live-action humans. Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the most famous example, but they've been doing this as long as there's been animation. What if I were to deconstruct that trope? What if a cartoon character did end up in the real world? (And I mean a Looney Tunes-style comedic character from the Golden Age of Animation. I'm aware that recent cartoons like Gravity Falls and Steven Universe have become a lot more dramatic.) Imagine that you can't die. If you get shot, your beak just falls off and can be placed back on. If you're in an explosion, you end up black and burned for no more than a couple minutes. If you fall from a high place, you just end up in a crater in the shape of yourself. If you're crushed by a heavy object, you get flattened like paper. None of the injuries you receive are permanent. In just a minute or two, you're back to your cheerful self. The people around you don't have your invincibility, though. If they get shot, they die. If they're in an explosion, they die. If they fall from a high place, they die. If they're crushed by a heavy object, they die. If they're lucky, they end up in a hospital for a month or two, and may end up crippled for the rest of their life. Now, imagine being the only one in the world who is invincible. How would this affect you on an emotional level? Would you try to commit suicide, only to find that every attempt fails? Would you go crazy and become the world's most powerful supervillain? And how would the people around you react? Would they be afraid of you? Would some bad scientists capture you and try to do experiments on you to find out your secret? Would the government force you to fight in the war against your will? So much potential. I really want to expand this idea more. But first: has anyone ever deconstructed the “cartoon character in the real world” premise for the sake of drama? If so, did they do it in a way that's different from what I'm picturing? And if it hasn't been done before, do you think it's a good idea with a lot of potential?