Fortunately, he meets Tinker Bell before being sent to walk the plank and they plan to use Tick-Tock the Crocodile against Hook by hitting him with some Pixie Dust. However, after defeating Hook and being brought back into the real world, he immediately goes back into the animated world when Peter Pan invites him to join him for another adventure.
The outfit worn by Williams in the beginning was later used for the Genie at the end of Aladdin.
In the original version of the film, Robin is inked and painted for color. When the CAPS system replaced ink and paint, this scene was replaced with a version where Robin is taken into the computer, but does not agree with his color scheme, so he is given random colors, so then he says, "Fine. Do whatever you want."
Robin turning back into a human
Back into a cartoon again
Robin as the background of the Jolly Roger is being painted
The size chart for Robin, Captain Hook, and Peter Pan in Back to Neverland
Robin coming to the realization that he is about to face Captain Hook
Robin looks at his new temporary undesirable color scheme
A terrified Robin about to be dropped into the fight scene with Captain Hook
Captain Hook snagging Robin when they first meet
Concept art of Robin's Lost Boy form
Robin unsuccessfully running away from Walter Cronkite
Robin about to fall off the plank and into the Tick Tock Croc's mouth
Robin stalling the Tick Tock Croc
Robin during the inking process in the original film
Walter Cronkite about to drop Robin into the background
Robin cries for Walter to free him from the animation