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This is a list of fictional hares and rabbits.

In literature

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In film

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On television

In mythology and folklore

In comic books and comic strips

In video and computer games

Fictional characters named "rabbit" or similar

In other media

  • It's Happy Bunny, an antisocial rabbit once-commonly found on girls' shirts, stickers, and other merchandise.
  • The Playboy Bunny, the mascot of Playboy Magazine.
  • The band AFI is known to use rabbits in various forms of posters, album covers, and music videos. The use of rabbits by the band is said to be explained through the fact that lead singer Davey Havok is a rabbit in the Chinese Zodiac, and according to that mythology, rabbits will not be reincarnated, and are on their last life on earth. A theme in the band's music, specifically their 2003 album, Sing the Sorrow, is the life cycle of death and rebirth.
  • Killer Bunnies, a card game with rabbits.
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre, a web series on angryalien.com featuring cartoon bunnies reenacting famous movies in approximately 30 seconds.
  • Jive Bunny, the face of the UK chart-topping novelty pop music act Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers.
  • The Gamestop Bunny mascot
  • Schnuffel, an animated cartoon rabbit created by Jamba! appearing in ringtones and songs, notably "Kuschel Song".
  • Muse (magazine) has a tradition of replacing any letters about dogs or cats with cartoons of hot pink bunnies. This eventually escalated into a letter war played out in the columns of the magazine.

Fictional rabbit- or hare-like creatures

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See also

References

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