Easter! Chocolate! Bunnies! Eggs!
Happy Easter, to those who celebrate the day. And to those who don’t, Happy Sunday.
I’ve compiled a list of 8 of my favorite rabbits from tv, games, etc since the Easter Bunny is pretty prevalent around this time. And in no particular order, here they are:
Bugs Bunny: I’m a child of late 80s/90s cartoons. While Bugs wasn’t my favorite Looney Tune character, he was in the top 5. Only in high school and college did I get smacked in the face that Bugsy was also a Drag Queen.
Bun-Bun: Meet a talking bunny that carries around a switchblade. He also does other awesome things, but this banner/t-shirt design/whatever this is pretty much embodies Bun-Bun. He’s a character in Sluggy Freelance, which was the first webcomic I read. I have memories of waiting for those pages to load up using dial-up. It was boring, but the comic was worth it.
Greg the Bunny: Who would have thought Seth Green plus a rabbit puppet would have been so entertaining? This was probably the first show I lamented getting cancelled. I also really like the simplicity of the puppet itself, but that’s only a part of why he’s awesome. It’s all Personality.
Nailbunny: I can’t think of a real reason to explain this one, I just like it. I think it’s the cute plus morbid combo that gets to me. The NNY comics aren’t too bad, either.
Usagi Yojimbo: I became a quick fan of the Usagi Yojimbo series in college, and then my computer crashed… and I lost all my issues. Sadness.
Rabbids: They’re cute, and kinda creepy, and destroy things. What’s not to like?
The Bunny: The Bunny is the main character in this webcomic. There bunnies of many colors, the pink one is the best. I adore this comic. I even have the first book! The comic is all about the (wacky) misadventures of this Bunny, and its cousins of varied colors.
Roger Rabbit: So, he’s needy and kind of dumb, but he’s also sweet and funny. At one time I wanted to believe that cartoons really did walk among us in Hollywood, and I still kinda do. Who Framed Roger Rabbit is one of the greatest movies ever made. And he’s married to this:
What are your favorite fictional/nonfictional rabbits?