Know Your Rabbits

Easter has come and that might mean that your home is being overrun by bunnies. Chocolate bunnies, stuffed animal bunnies, marshmallow peeps, and decorations are probably everywhere. For a day that is supposed to be about Jesus, the Easter Bunny has almost full control.

So Many Bunnies

There are hundreds of rabbit characters in books and television and movies. Rabbits have always been a popular choice amongst advertisers. What is it about these fluffy little carrot munchers that make them so popular in pop culture?

Fifty-Four Fifty-Five of Our Favorites

I’m sure we forgot some, but here are fifty five of our favorite rabbits.

Advertising Bunnies

  1. The Nesquik Bunny
  2. Yoyo (Hoops and Yoyo)
  3. The Trix Rabbit
  4. The Cadbury Bunny
  5. The Energizer Bunny
  6. The Playboy Bunny

Live Action Rabbits

  1. Bean Bunny
  2. Mr. Bunny Rabbit
  3. Ralphie
  4. The Rabbit of Caerbannog
  5. Frank
  6. Harvey

Box Office Bunnies

  1. E.B.
  2. Bunny
  3. Officer Judy Hopps
  4. Snowball
  5. Squint
  6. Roger Rabbit
  7. E. Aster Bunnymund

Rabbits for Tiny Tikes

  1. Flopsy
  2. Mopsy
  3. Ruby
  4. Max
  5. Ollie
  6. Widget
  7. Miffy
  8. Buster Baxter

Gamer Bunnies

  1. Bonnie the Bunny
  2. Peppy Hare
  3. Jazz Jackrabbit
  4. Max (thank you to our friend Ash for the suggestion)

Disney Rabbits

  1. Skippy
  2. Brer Rabbit
  3. Rabbit
  4. Thumper
  5. The March Hare
  6. White Rabbit

Book Bunnies

  1. The Velveteen Rabbit
  2. Edward Tulane
  3. Bunnicula
  4. Peter Rabbit
  5. Hazel
  6. Hodge-Podge

Comic Book Rabbits

  1. Captain Carrot
  2. Buster
  3. Babs
  4. Bucky O’Hare
  5. Miyamoto Usagi

Vintage Hares

  1. Bugs Bunny
  2. Ricochet Rabbit
  3. Crusader Rabbit
  4. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Honarable Mention Bunnies

  1. Mr. Herriman
  2. Hutch
  3. Alec Azam

Who did we miss?

Let us know in the comments or email us! Curator135@curator135


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