No-bunny Does It Better – The 22 Best Rabbits in Pop Culture History

10. Energizer Bunny

A parody of the much shittier (and therefore lesser known) “Duracell Bunnies” that predated him, the Energizer Bunny took the battery using bunnies by storm in 1988 and he kept going…and going…and going. Pink bunnies are a force to be reckoned with.


9. Br’er Rabbit

One of the first fictional rabbits to exist and probably the most racist. However, we did get the classic Wonderful World of Disney “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah” song from Br’er Rabbit’s controversial “Song of the South” film.


8. Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh

Pretty generic name for this resident of the Hundred Acre Woods. I guess he was brown in the original Winnie the Pooh book series but became the yellow rabbit that our generation grew up with after Disney got their hands on him.

Literature, animation, and even live action “Welcome to Poor Corner” mascot style are his specialties.


7. Peter Rabbit

OLD school (talking turn of the century!) Beatrix Potter bunny created for classic children’s tales. If you’ve ever found yourself at an elementary school book fair, you’ve heard of this guy. Pretty sure he was the first bunny to wear human-like clothing.


6. Bucky O’Hare

This well known bunny is green probably because he was created by none other than Mr. G.I.Joe himself, Larry Hama in the late 70s! He’s got quite the accolades under his bunny belt having comics, a cartoon, a toy line, and even his own NES game!


5. Cadbury Bunny

The only bunny who clucks like a chicken and lays delicious creme-filled chocolate eggs. The timeless commercial the Cadbury bunny appears in is still played to this day and signifies that Easter is on the way. There’s a lot of competition to be the Cadbury Bunny, but he easily keeps the title over many other up and comers each year:


4. Usagi Yojimbo

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ bunny friend is Usagi Yojimbo AKA “Rabbit Bodyguard” according to Japanese translations.

Out of all 4 of the turtles, Leonardo is his boy as they both sport the blue and pack the katana blades.


3. Nestle Quik Bunny

This bunny has a very familiar voice as well. He’s Donatello from the original TMNT cartoon. Drinking Nestle Quik to him is like an acid trip, it takes to him a magical place called Quik Land with chocolate rivers:

This 70s era lady “knows how to take care of a little bunny”:


2. Trix Rabbit

This Silly Rabbit dates way back to a 1959 cereal commercial debut and he’s been trying to trick those pesky kids into hooking him up with a bowl of fruity Trix cereal ever since:


1. Bugs Bunny

Voiced by the legendary Mel Blanc, Bugs is thee rabbit that would probably be the number one answer if this was a Family Feud survey.

From his early adventures during “Wabbit Season” with Elmer Fudd to his more recent “Hare Jordan” era on Space Jam, Bugs is a rabbit that everyone will remember.


Honorable mention: 

B Rabbit (8 Mile)

Eddie Rabbit

Kate Upton from this video.

Happy Easter!


Count Marzo (@Count_Marzo) is an infamous Matty Apologist™ with a serious He-Man problem. A nostalgiaholic, especially for anything 80s. Also not a very sober person (especially on the weekends).


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