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Return to Book Page. This text presents the ultimate collection for fans of the fluffy little bunnies who just don't want to live any more. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published by Hodder and Staughton first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details.
More filters. Sort order. Dec 29, Dirk Grobbelaar rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novels-comics. Is this random or what? Some of it is funny, some of it not so much. Some of it is ingenious, some of it just lame. And that, I suppose, is the whole idea. View all 3 comments. Nov 06, beckpanda rated it really liked it. Damn bunny. This book is too interesting that idk either to laugh or to cry. Bunny put so many efforts on attempting suicide.
A book that you'd like to read well actually you will see pictures sequences ONLY to ease your mind. Last word, don't try those suicide tryouts at home, kay. Cheers xx. Apr 01, Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: in-english , cartoons , funny. A more judicious selection of the best of these cartoons would have merited a big fat six stars in my book, the best are outrageously good, but as it is about a third of them are, in my grumpy opinion, just not funny. Two thirds out of six is four. Mar 05, Stacey rated it it was ok.
The only reason this gets a low rating is that it's basically a combination of the first two books with a few extra drawings. Since I already owned them, this seemed a superfluous addition and the extras weren't that funny.
Aug 23, Regsly rated it liked it Shelves: comics , humour. In death, these bunnies give me life. May 23, Carissa Robinson rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-read-in-one-sitting.
I had really enjoyed revisiting my childhood again, as well as laughing my ass off, by going through this bumper edition! Jun 18, dyanne rated it liked it Shelves: hilarious , depressing. I found this book by accident, when a certain friend of mine who isn't what you would call the epitome of sane, found this in the unlikeliest of places aka the school library.
With all the censorship a middle school library would have, it seems as if they saw nothing dangerous in the prospect of bunnies committing suicide.
Apparently, school libraries don't care whether a bunny suffers from depression. Anyhow, after my friend showed this book to all the people she knew, curiosity all drove us to I found this book by accident, when a certain friend of mine who isn't what you would call the epitome of sane, found this in the unlikeliest of places aka the school library. Anyhow, after my friend showed this book to all the people she knew, curiosity all drove us to take turns looking through the thoroughly depressing yet hilarious book.
It turns out school libraries are able to surprise you. Note: the book has very little words, and it's mostly just pictures that imply the horrible death of a cute yet extremely depressed and psychopathic bunny. Note: it has been one of the most distubingly funny books I've ever read, which is saying something. Note: If you like bunnies and do not want to see them in a dejected state to the point that they commit suicides as the title implies I suggest you do not read this book.
Caution: all affects from this book such as the want to laugh and cry at the same time, want of saving bunnies from horrible deaths, want of talking about other equally disturbing topics, trying to find the sequel because no matter how cruel the book is oddly satisfying, and more are out of my jurisdiction and therefore you are not allowed to file lawsuits against me for recommending this book.
That is all. Apr 21, Dane Cobain rated it it was amazing. This book is a lot of fun, and it only takes twenty minutes to read because there are none of those pesky words for you to worry about. The Bumper Book of Bunny Suicides is basically a collection of short comics, each of which shows a suicidal bunny trying to end it all.
But for me, it will always be about bunny suicides — I first heard about them through the magic of the internet, and I always love it when internet culture spawns a good book. Sure, it might not be a classic, but it is a lot of fun, and the sort of book that belongs on coffee tables across the country. So give it a read and let me know what you think! Sep 25, Alex Barrios rated it it was amazing. Dark humour at its best! I couldn't help laughing my derriere off while paging through this book at a book shop.
I inadvertently made two ladies on a book isle close by very curious. After I put the book back and walked away still giggling and wiping my tears, I noticed them immediately going to have a look at the book - they looked up in my direction, and I don't think I have ever received such speechless and shocked looks from complete strangers : If you have a sense of humour, and perhaps fe Dark humour at its best!
After I put the book back and walked away still giggling and wiping my tears, I noticed them immediately going to have a look at the book - they looked up in my direction, and I don't think I have ever received such speechless and shocked looks from complete strangers : If you have a sense of humour, and perhaps feeling a little down, this is a must! Everyone needs to get their hands on these suicidal bunnies whose depression-inspired creativity leads to ingenious and hilarious manners of felo de se.
Each subsequent page will make you crave more and more side-splitting pun intended death! This two-book set was someone's perfect Christmas gift to me, and I recommend it to everyone. Feb 18, WatermeLoonie rated it really liked it Shelves: My mum found this book and started panicking. Not because, of the fact that it had the words, "bunny" and "suicide" in the same sentence. Nup, nah-uh. No way.
But anyway the book was pretty funny. Nov 27, Lady Entropy rated it really liked it. If you're alive and you have a mean streak, you'll love this. If you're an animal lover, you might start getting flashbacks.
Since I am both, I suffered from hillirous moments turning into flashbacks and vice versa. It was fun! If you ever wondered how bunnies off themselves Delightfully and adorably macabre!
Jan 19, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. Fun short form comics about little white bunnies who attempt to kill themselves in strange and contrived ways. View 1 comment. Morbidly funny. I guess a few people find this offensive but its cartoon bunnies for crying out loud! I highly doubt there is a mass bunny suicide epidemic out there we should be concerned about. Morbid humor at it's best. Jan 31, Claudio Capo rated it really liked it. Extremely hilarious!
The Bumper Book of Bunny Suicides
Each cartoon shows one or more white rabbits in their creative attempts to end their lives using a variety of items. Revolving doors, a toaster, a cricket ball, a boomerang, a hand-grenade, the shining sun, a magnifying glass, smoking of several cigarettes, bowling balls and any combination of these are all featured as suicidal tools. The book also features a few cultural references, most notably a parody of a scene from The Wicker Man , where the rabbit is atop the burning figure. A reference to the Terminator movies is also included, as well as a reference to the scene from Stanley Kubrick 's Dr. Strangelove where the captain of the bomber rides the atomic bomb as it drops and explodes. Noah's Ark is also featured.