Rayman in popular culture
This is a list of works in popular culture which make references to the Rayman series.
Rayman featured on their billboard adverts promoting their 4G connectivity.
The Lapins Crétins
Enfer & Parodie
This series of Yohann Morin, Jean-Christophe Almodovar and Thomas Borginet features many characters from popular culture in humorous situations.
The cover of the first volume presents several Rabbids.
In the second volume, Rayman appears in a box on the page 29.
In the third volume, the Rabbids appear in a box on the page 18.
That animated sketch comedy television series featured an episode entitled "Adventures of TaunTaun / Everyone Loves Rayman". The latter segment is a combined parody of the Rayman series and the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond.
Les Guignols de l'Info
The 29 October 2014, the show has made a parody of Rayman Raving Rabbids : Sarko et les Soutiens Crétins.
This is a Ubisoft game on which Rayman creator Michel Ancel worked. It was developed prior to Rayman 2: The Great Escape, largely in order to test the engine planned for use in that game. All characters in Tonic Trouble are limbless, like Rayman's species. Rayman himself appears briefly during the end credits of the PC version of the game.
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission Las Vegum
That game features Roman legionaries based on several popular video game characters, including Mario, Sonic, Pac-Man and Rayman. A painting that can be seen on a wall shows a Rayman legionary pulling a rabbit out of a hat, despite the fact that the game was released a year before Rayman Raving Rabbids.
In this game, Rayman appears alongside other characters from the games of the company, as the Prince of Persia, Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell, Altair from Assassin's Creed, Beyond Good & Evil, Jade and Rabbids. Rayman plays as a goalkeeper. A hat resembling the head and goalkeeper gloves resembling hers are available in the store accessories in the game. Finally, if the player speaks with Rayman, sometimes he mentions Globox.
Just Dance 2015
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS
In episodes 13 and 14 of season 2 of the web series, the Necromancer, boss of the second floor of the Galamadryabuyak turn, holds in his hands a strange skull. This is actually the head of Gumsi's stick. You could find this accessory on Rayman sized statues holding the sceptre of the Leptys produced during the release of Rayman 3.