Special Report

30 of the Most Iconic Bunnies of All Time

Source: Courtesy of Archie Comics

Thunderbunny
> Debuted: 1984

Thunderbunny is a character created by Martin Greim. His alter ego is a boy called Bobby Caswell who transforms into a superhero rabbit with super strength and the ability to fly.

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Marlon Bundo
> Debuted: 2018

Marlon Bundo is the family pet of former Vice President Mike Pence and the subject of two best-selling books, both published in March of this year. Pence’s daughter Charlotte wrote a book titled “Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President.” This inspired Jill Twiss — a contributor on “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” — to write a gay-themed satire titled “A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo.” Launched on comedian’s show, Twiss’s book became a No. 1 best seller on Amazon.

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Mr. Bunny Rabbit
> Debuted: 1955

Mr. Bunny Rabbit was a puppet character on the television show “Captain Kangaroo,” which ran for almost 30 years, beginning in 1955. He wore trademark red horn-rimmed glasses and could trick the Captain into giving him his carrots. Bunny Rabbit was created and manipulated by puppeteer Cosmo Allegretti.

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Buster Baxter
> Debuted: 1979

Buster Baxter is the best friend of Arthur Read, the aardvark and main character of the TV show “Arthur.” Buster’s parents are divorced and he lives with his mother. He’s an upbeat character with some interesting hobbies, including collecting food.

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