18. Jazz Jackrabbit
> Debut: 1994
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 96,428
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Jazz Jackrabbit, a video game that was first released in 1994, draws inspiration from Aesop’s “The Tortoise and the Hare” fable. An evil tortoise named Devan Shell kidnaps princess Eva Earlong of Carrotus, a planet populated by hares, and the king sends Jazz Jackrabbit to rescue her and save the kingdom.
17. Bucky O’Hare
> Debut: 1991
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 110,501
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Bucky O’Hare is the hero of a comic book series created by Larry Hama and Michael Golden. Bucky is captain of a ship called The Righteous Indignation, which belongs to the the S.P.A.C.E. organization (Sentient Protoplasm Against Colonial Encroachment). They are part of the United Animals Federation, which is battling the expansionist Toad Empire. The comics spawned an animated TV series and video games.
> Debut: 1926
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Rabbit, a friend of Winnie-the-Pooh, appeared in the book of that name and in the “House at Pooh Corner” by A.A. Milne. Rabbit, Winnie-the-Pooh, and other friends live in Hundred Acre Wood and have various adventures with a young boy, Christopher Robin. The Pooh books were turned into a very successful cartoon franchise by Disney.
15. March Hare
> Debut: 1865
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The March Hare is a character in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s “Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass.” He hosts a Mad Tea Party and is something of a philosopher, but he often plays second fiddle to the Mad Hatter. Carroll’s works have had a major influence on popular culture and have been made into animated and live-action movies by Disney.
14. Roger Rabbit
> Debut: 1981
> Wikipedia views over the last two years: 174,883
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Roger Rabbit first appeared in the 1981 book “Who Censored Roger Rabbit?” By Gary K. Wolf and later was the subject of the 1988 Disney movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” In the movie version, Roger lives in Toontown, which is populated by animated characters. He is framed for the murder of the owner of Toontown and hires a private detective to clear his name.