39 Most Famous Bunnies of All Time

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39. Ricochet Rabbit
> Debuted: 1964

Ricochet Rabbit is a character in Hanna-Barbera’s “The Magilla Gorilla Show” and “The Peter Potamus Show.” A sheriff in the Wild West town of Hoop ‘n’ Holler, he was named for his habit of bouncing off objects while yelling his catchphrase “Ping-ping-ping!”

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38. Hodge-Podge
> Debuted: 1980

Hodge-Podge is a character in Berke Breathed’s Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip Bloom County. Bloom County examines social and cultural issues from the perspective of small-town America, albeit one where animals talk. Hodge-Podge is a knee-jerk conservative.

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37. Basil Stag Hare
> Debuted: 1986

Basil Stag Hare is a character in the Redwall series of books by Brian Jacques. As his name suggests, Basil Stag Hare is not a rabbit, but 24/7 is not prejudiced against hares and there are more on our list. Basil’s second name derives from his admiration for stags, which he regards as noble animals. He is a member of the Fur and Foot Fighting Patrol and the Forty-Seventh Hare Border Rangers.

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36. Peppy Hare
> Debuted: 1993

Peppy Hare was a member of the Star Fox mercenary team in the Nintendo space shooter serie “Star Fox.” He is the oldest member of Star Fox’s team, and dispenses memorable wisdom such as “do a barrel roll!.”

Source: Joshua Quagmire

35. Cutey Bunny
> Debuted: 1982

Cutey Bunny is a comic book superheroine created by Joshua Quagmire, parodying the “Cutey Honey” manga series. Cutey Bunny has appeared in various comic books since the early 1980s. She is the alter ego of special agent Kelly O’Hare, who has been described as “the world’s first African-American rabbit superheroine.”