Tragic Yet Commercial Bun Toons! Yay!

May we all have a moment of silence for my integrity...

May we all have a moment of silence for my integrity…

The Story so Far:

The rabbit has been killed, tragically, suddenly and with the potential to attract millions of new readers…

click here to read this soon-to-be-a-classic Bun Toon:  Death of a Bunny part 1

click here to read this soon-to-be-a-classic Bun Toon: Death of a Bunny part 1

And now….

dead bunny part 2

In lieu of flowers the family would prefer donations directly to their bank account.

Ty the Dead Guy Out!

It all started here, you know…

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Well, that was the first time killing off a major character was a purely crass, commercial decision…

unless you count this

unless you count this

which was a reaction to the death of Elektra, who was done because of the successful killing of Jean Grey, who was killed shortly after…

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Wait…didn’t it really start here?

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At least modern audiences have wised up to this stuff…

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For the Bun Toon archive, so you can peruse the Bunny's adventures in life, and remember him as he was...click here

For the Bun Toon archive, so you can peruse the Bunny’s adventures in life, and remember him as he was…click here

 

5 responses to “Tragic Yet Commercial Bun Toons! Yay!

  1. Paul the Curmudgeon

    Ha ha! – I fondly remember all the Coca-Cola.

  2. Travis Pelkie

    Oh, I see the hints.
    I see the clues.
    I see that you’re going to stretch this for as long as possible.
    Well done, sir!

  3. As long as possible? What? I’m only going to stretch this as long as a natural death would last. In comics, that’s at least a couple of weeks.

  4. Oliver Townshend

    You have killed one the most classic comic characters I’d ask time, and I won’t be buying any dc comics until he is brought back*.

    *and probably not even then unless he guest stars in captain rabbit or whatever that strip was called…

  5. We take our picto-fiction very seriously around here at Art-Land, and the high drama that our hero’s death has caused is too important to just reverse on a whim. I’m afraid the bunny is simply not coming back until our accountants tell us the stunt worked.

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