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Bunnie Rabbot


The current design of Bunnie Rabbot Image File history File links Bunnycurrent. ...

Publisher Archie Comics
First appearance Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog # 3
Created by DiC Animation
Characteristics
Affiliations Antoine D'Coolette (husband), Kingdom of Acorn, Sonic the Hedgehog, Freedom Fighers, Knuckles the Echidna and the Chaotix
Abilities DiC:
  • Extendable arm and legs
  • Super-strength.
  • Martial arts knowledge

Archie:
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  • Booster rockets in legs for self-propelled flight
  • Super-strength
  • Extendable arm and legs
  • Laser cannon equipped within arm

Bunnie Rabbot is a fictional character featured prominently in the, Sonic the Hedgehog animated series. She is voiced by Christine Cavanaugh. Bunnie is also a featured character in the ongoing Sonic the Hedgehog comic book based on the TV series. She is a female, anthropomorphic, humanoid rabbit and is a cyborg. In both the show and the comic, Bunnie is a member of the "Freedom Fighters" dedicated to combating the evil Dr. Robotnik. Bunnie is often depicted as the reckless, honest, and exremely loyal, especially to her Princess and friend, Sally Acorn. She speaks with a thick Southern accent, and shows her affection with folksy words like "Hon'" or "Sugah" (she also tends to use the nicknames "Sally-girl", "Sugah-hog" and "Sugah-Twan" when addressing Sally, Sonic, and Antoine respectively). Experiment with a laser (likely an argon type) (US Military) In physics, a laser is a device that emits light through a specific mechanism for which the term laser is an acronym: light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. ... Alice, a fictional character based on a real character from the work of Lewis Carroll. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series created by DiC also known as SatAM Sonic because it was originally aired in America on a Saturday morning slot. ... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... Christine Cavanaugh (born 1963 in Utah) is an American voice actress who has a distinctive speaking style and has provided the voice for a large range of cartoon characters. ... Most of the main cast of Sonic the Hedgehog, seen here on the cover of the 125th anniversary issue published by Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog is an ongoing series of American comic books published by Archie Comics, featuring Segas mascot video game character Sonic. ... A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... An anthropomorphic character; a cat ascribed human characteristics. ... The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ... Genera Pentalagus Bunolagus Nesolagus Romerolagus Brachylagus Sylvilagus Oryctolagus Poelagus Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. ... For other uses, see Cyborg (disambiguation). ... // Freedom Fighters are characters in several of the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universes. ... Dr. Robotnik is the primary villain in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. ... Princess Sally (or Sally Acorn) is a fictional character appearing in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in 1994 and Archie comics. ... Southern American English as defined by the monophthongization of to before obstruents (Labov, Ash, and Boberg 2006:126). ... // A nickname is a name of a person or thing other than its proper name. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is a fictional character and leading superhero in the self-titled comic book series. ... Antoine DCoolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. ...


Bunnie is a golden rabbit with green eyes. She is partially roboticized: both legs, her left arm, and shoulder are all robotic. She originally had a pink stomach, but over time it transitioned into becoming a pink leotard. It has been confirmed by editors that her torso is also roboticized. Bunnie was shown to have a white stomach in a possible future timeline, where she is de-roboticized (this future has been nullified by an upgrade to her cyberware, which prevents its removal). In the cartoon and in early issues of the comic, her parts were primitive-looking, as was Dr. Robotnik's technology; a later upgrade gave her more 'natural' shape. Despite being roboticized from the waist-down, Bunnie retains her natural tail. In the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, Roboticization is a name used to describe the process that the evil Dr. Robotnik uses to transform the anthropomorphic animals of Mobius into robotic slaves. ... A leotard is a skin-tight one-piece garment that covers the torso and body but leaves the legs free. ...


For most of the cartoon's run, Bunnie's eyes were a solid green without pupils; partway through the second season, she gained pupils (along with several other characters, including Princess Sally). Her normal outfit consists of the aforementioned leotard (which is more pink than purple in the comic version), sometimes augmented by a jacket of some type (usually a cowboy jacket with tassels). More recently, she can be seen carrying a pair of revolvers and wearing a cowboy hat. Bunnie was also depicted wearing an outfit reminiscent of Daisy Duke from Dukes of Hazzard while attending Knothole High School (StH #94-95). rEVOLVEr (2004) is the fourth studio album release by Swedish thrash metal band The Haunted. ... A cowboys hat, usually with a four to six-inch brim, acts as an umbrella in stormy weather, and a shade from the sun in hot weather. ... The original Daisy Duke from the television series, played by Catherine Bach The Dixie Daisy Mae Duke is a fictional character, played by Catherine Bach, from the American television series The Dukes of Hazzard. ... The Dukes of Hazzard is an American television series that originally aired on the CBS television network from 1979 to 1985. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Knothole Village is the hidden base of operations for the Freedom Fighters, a small band (led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Princess Sally Acorn) dedicated to overthrowing the evil Dr. Robotnik. ...

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Sonic the Hedgehog ("SatAM")

Bunnie Rabbot, in her pre-upgrade or "SatAM" design (from the episode "Sonic and Sally").

Bunnie Rabbot is a member of the Knothole Freedom Fighters. Little is revealed about her past, other than she had been friends with the other team members since childhood. The series does not detail how or when Bunnie became partially roboticized although an unsed storyboard from the series indicates that such an orgin was originally in the works. Image File history File links A screenshot taken from SatAM cartoon. ... Image File history File links A screenshot taken from SatAM cartoon. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series created by DiC also known as SatAM Sonic because it was originally aired in America on a Saturday morning slot. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Knothole Village is the hidden base of operations for the Freedom Fighters, a small band (led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Princess Sally Acorn) dedicated to overthrowing the evil Dr. Robotnik. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


Bunnie is seen only twice in her un-roboticized form during the TV series; in the episode "Sonic Conversion" a de-roboticizer is tested on her and is successful, although the effects are only temporary, and she returns to her previous state later in the same episode. The two-part episode "Blast to the Past" features Bunnie as a child, prior to her transformation. Sonic time travels back in time, and rescues Bunnie from being turned into a robot earlier in history. Although his efforts ensure that the Freedom Fighters still exist in the present, Bunnie remains half-roboticized. Time travel is a concept that has long fascinated humanity—whether it is Merlin experiencing time backwards, or religious traditions like Mohammeds trip to Jerusalem and ascent to heaven, returning before a glass knocked over had spilt its contents. ...


Bunnie's robotic limbs usually work flawlessly for the most part, although in the episode "Sonic Past Cool", the telescoping ability of her legs (referred to as 'leg ladders' and 'ladder legs') cause her problems several times, and in "Sonic and Sally", her robotic arm malfunctions at one point; when Antoine tries to help her up, he accidentally pulls her robotic arm off at the shoulder (some airings of this episode have this scene edited out). She was known for her tremendous strength as well as her Southern drawl, and for being as steadfast a friend and confidante as any of her fellow Freedom Fighters could ask for. Antoine DCoolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. ...


Sonic the Hedgehog (Comic series)

Origin

Bunnie appeared early in the comic storyline in during "Rabbot Deployment" (StH #3). After being thrown into one of Robotnik's mobile roboticizers by SWATbots, Sonic and Rotor rescued her by shutting it down mid-way through the process: As a result, Bunnie's left arm, internal organs, and everything from the hips down (excluding her tail) were replaced with cybernetics. In gratitude for saving her life (and partially out of reverence for Princess Sally, her idol), Bunnie put her new super-strength to work by joining the Freedom Fighters. Although not part of the original team, she has remained a constant among their ranks. This articles is for minor villains from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, appearing in the television series Sonic the Hedgehog and its spin-off comic book published by Archie Comics. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is the lead character in the self-titled comic book series. ... Rotor the Walrus is a fictional character and a protagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series, as well as the ongoing comic book series Sonic the Hedgehog, both based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. ... Princess Sally (or Sally Acorn) is a fictional character appearing in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in 1994 and Archie comics. ... // Freedom Fighters are characters in several of the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universes. ...


Bunnie is the only Freedom Fighter whose parentage is never explored. In a scrapped plotline by the Archie staff, Bunnie would have made a trip to her home town, where her real name, Scarlett O'Hare (a spoof of Scarlett O'Hara) would have become known. Because this plot will not come to pass, it is not considered canon. Like the rest of the Freedom Fighters, it is assumed that Bunnie lost her parents before or during Robotnik's coup. Scarlett OHara (full name Katie Scarlett OHara Hamilton Kennedy Butler) of French-Irish ancestry is the protagonist in Margaret Mitchells 1936 novel, Gone with the Wind, and in the later film of the same name. ... Look up canon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Notable appearances

In "Animal Magnetism", Robotnik attempted to use a machine called the 'Magnabot' (a robot piloted by Robotnik and Snively fitted with a giant magnet) to capture Bunnie via her robotic parts and use her as bait to trap the other Freedom Fighters. Sonic was able to avert this threat, and Rotor applied a non-magnetic coating to Bunnie's cybernetic limbs to prevent future attempts of the sort.


In "Saturday Night's Alright For A Fight!", Bunnie and the rest of the Freedom Fighters are forced to defend themselves when Sonic, having been brainwashed by Robotnik into thinking they were his enemies, launches a full-out assault on Knothole. Bunnie almost succeeded in subduing Sonic using her 'Tight Leg Crush' (a leg scissor hold augmented by her cyber-strength), but Sonic ultimately managed to get free; he was able to knock her and almost all the other Freedom Fighters unconscious, before he too was finally knocked out by a sneak attack from one of Sally's trainees. In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Knothole Village is the hidden base of operations for the Freedom Fighters, a small band (led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Princess Sally Acorn) dedicated to overthrowing the evil Dr. Robotnik. ... “Suffocation” redirects here. ...


In "Bunnie's Worst Nightmare", Robotnik capitalized on her fears of becoming fully roboticized; using a hologram device, she convinced herself and others that a microdot in her roboticized body had activated, and was slowly finishing the job. As the circuitry crawled through her body like a virus, Bunnie started exhibiting violent behavior and realized she was losing her free will to Robotnik. Believing herself too much of a threat to remain in Knothole, a tearful (and fully-roboticized) Bunnie left a farewell note to her loved ones and fled into the night. It eventually turned out to be a bad dream (hence the story's title).

Bunnie engaging a roboticized Mecha Sonic in combat. This was the second time Bunnie has had to fight against Sonic, and the only time she's shown being able to fly prior to her upgrade.

In "Rage Against the Machine", Sonic proposed that he let himself get roboticized while wearing a neural overload device, so he would retain his free will and be able to decimate Robotnik's empire from the inside. Most of the Freedom Fighters strongly vetoed the plan, Bunnie included (especially due to her harrowing experiences with roboticization). However, before Sonic can enact his plan, Nack the Weasel abducts him, and Robotnik roboticizes Sonic without the neural overload device on him. Being the only Freedom Fighter who can match Mecha Sonic's robotic might, Bunnie must take her friend in a battle at Knothole, using some enhancements provided by Rotor including rocket-powered flight as well as a Mega Man-esque blaster and a miniature shield generator in her arm. This story was resolved in the "Mecha Madness" special. Although Bunnie gave her all to protect Knothole, she was no match for Mecha Sonic and was badly beaten. Fortunately, Bunnie's assault wore Sonic down to the point where he lost the match against Mecha Knuckles, who roboticized himself to take Sonic down. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 407 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (612 × 901 pixel, file size: 286 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Bunnie Rabbot and Mecha Sonic from Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic) #39 Art by Pat Spaziante Image originally scanned and uploaded by User:Orca1 9904 This... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 407 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (612 × 901 pixel, file size: 286 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Bunnie Rabbot and Mecha Sonic from Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic) #39 Art by Pat Spaziante Image originally scanned and uploaded by User:Orca1 9904 This... In the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, Roboticization is a name used to describe the process that the evil Dr. Robotnik uses to transform the anthropomorphic animals of Mobius into robotic slaves. ... Fang the Sniper, also known as Nack the Weasel, is a character in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ... Metal Sonic (also known as Mecha Sonic, and also Metallix amongst some fans in the UK and Metalla in Japan) is the robotic counterpart of video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. ... Mega Man, known as Rock Man ) in Japan, is a video game character created by Keiji Inafune and is the title character of what has been referred to as the Classic Mega Man series developed by Capcom since 1987. ... In the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series published by Archie Comics, Knuckles is the eighteenth guardian of the Floating Island. ...


Later, when Sonic was put on trial for the crimes of his robotic self, a vengeful Bunnie served as his bailiff during his court-martial (the Freedom Fighters believed Sonic had disobeyed orders and gone through with the plan without permission). Bunnie's arm was fitted with a 'Hedgehog Hunter' missile designed to seek out Sonic's unique signature, though she thankfully didn't need to use it. Bailiff (from Late Latin bajulivus, adjectival form of bajulus) is a governor or custodian (cf. ... A court-martial (plural courts-martial) is a military court that determines punishments for members of the military subject to military law. ...


Bunnie co-starred with Sonic In "Enemy Mine" , but the story did not suit her strengths, instead being a tale about deception and mystery. In it, Bunnie accompanies Sonic when he sneaks out at night to Robotropolis to try to save the Overlanders that Robotnik had tricked into going there, only to find them living comfortably in the city, much to Sonic and Bunnie's puzzlement. She and Sonic then come upon a maddened Warlord Kodos fighting Uma Arachnis in the great forest. Sonic forces Bunnie to return to Knothole, fearing she might get hurt when the two get caught up in the feud. In the SatAM, Archie comics (which followed on from SatAM) and Sonic Underground continuities of the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, Mobotropolis is the capital city of the planet Mobius. ... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ...


In "Bat Fight!", Bunnie had her own story: an eight-page 'duel' versus Rouge the Bat. Although the fight started when Rouge mistook Bunnie for a SWATbot, the fight became personal as the two duked it out in the ruins of Old Megopolis (an abandoned, post-apocalyptic version of New York City). Eventually Sonic stepped in and broke it up. Like many other characters from the games, Rouge the Bat appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ...


In "Spin City", the free sample comic which Archie distributes away to promote the StH, Sonic and Bunnie infiltrate a 'seedy dive' populated by Robotnik's robots. The pair's cover is inevitably blown, and a brawl ensues, resulting in the demolition of the establishment when a bomb inside a vanquished Combot detonates; Sonic and Bunnie two barely manage to escape the blast. The comic is an obvious parody of Sin City, with Milleresque black-and-white artwork and a hard-boiled voiceover provided by Sonic. Archie Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its many series featuring the fictional teenage Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle and Forsythe Jughead Jones characters created by Bob Montana. ... This articles is for minor villains from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, appearing in the television series Sonic the Hedgehog and its spin-off comic book published by Archie Comics. ... Cover of Sin City shows Marv walking through the rain. ... Frank Miller (born January 27, 1957) is an American writer, artist and film director best known for his film noir-style comic book stories. ...

Bunnie's cyberware being "upgraded" by Nate Morgan, replacing the old parts which were becoming corrosive to her body

In the Sonic Special comic "Girls Rule," Bunnie was upgraded from her SatAM design with a more modern-looking, stronger set of cybernetics, including abilities such as flight (though she has been shown being capable of flight with her previous parts as early as the aforementioned issue #39, where she briefly engaged a roboticized Sonic in mid-air melee combat). This upgrade was necessary as her immune system finally caught up with Robotnik's technology, and attempted to reject her robotic parts; the 'upgrade' made her body symbiotic with the cybernetics, so now nothing short of an extreme plot device can remove it. This was also the point where she fully accepted her half-robotic nature; before then, she dreamed of becoming 'normal' again, and continuing with her original life's dream to be a hairdresser. This upgrade also resulted in Bunnie and Jules being the only members of the Mobian population unaffected by the worldwide de-roboticization by Ceneca 9009, since neither of them could survive in a 100% organic form. Bunnie, along with every other able-bodied Mobian was also involved in the battle against the Xorda in the "Sonic Adventure 2.5: Ώmega" storyline, though was unable to breech the defenses of the Quantum Dial. She is later seen mourning along with her comrades when Sonic appeared to have died destroying the doomsday weapon. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 385 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (478 × 744 pixel, file size: 84 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Panel from Sonic the Hedgehog (Comic series) Super Sonic Special #11 URL: http://mokat01. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 385 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (478 × 744 pixel, file size: 84 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Panel from Sonic the Hedgehog (Comic series) Super Sonic Special #11 URL: http://mokat01. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series created by DiC also known as SatAM Sonic because it was originally aired in America on a Saturday morning slot. ... A plot device is a person or an object introduced to a story to affect or advance the plot. ... A hairdresser is someone whose occupation is to cut or style hair, in order to change or maintain a persons image as they desire. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ...


After #125

In part 4 of the "Home" storyline, Bunnie and the other Freedom Fighters returned to Old Megopolis to back up Sonic in preventing Robotnik from launching nuclear missiles targeted at Station Square and Knothole from his aircraft carrier anchored in the harbor. After saving a wounded Sonic from Mecha, she proceeded to singlehandedly destroy Robotnik's carrier, punching so many holes in the ship that it sunk and exploded, taking the nuclear threat along with it. A Minuteman III missile soars after a test launch. ... Four aircraft carriers, (bottom-to-top) Principe de Asturias, amphibious assault carrier USS Wasp, supercarrier USS Forrestal and light V/STOL carrier HMS Invincible, showing size differences of late 20th century carriers An aircraft carrier is a warship designed to deploy and recover aircraft — in effect acting as a sea... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ...


In "Sonic's Angels", Bunnie and several of the other female Freedom Fighters accompanied Sonic on a mission to investigate and neutralize a swarm of nanites unleashed by A.D.A.M. that were overrunning everything in their path. During the investigation, Bunnie was captured by the nanites, which intended to absorb her into the 'contiguity', the nanites' collective consciousness. She was saved when Sonic arrived and convinced the nanites that she couldn't be absorbed since she's a fusion of both organic and cybernetic material and therefore incompatible with the contiguity, thus prompting the nanites to release Bunnie unharmed. A nanobot is a nanotechnological robot nanomachine, also called a nanite, which is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometres (millionths of a millimetre, or units of 10-9 metrer). ... A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ...


Bunnie would later have another encounter with these nanites when her robotic parts, as well as Sonic's father Jules, and NICOLE were unknowingly infiltrated by them as part of a future scheme, which manifested itself in when A.D.A.M. used the nanites to take control of her limbs and smash a computer monitor NICOLE was occupying at the time and throw Tails outside, where Jules was waiting to take him to the 'city' the nanites had constructed during their initial rampage. She was finally stopped when Rotor took her cybernetic limbs offline, but not before the damage had been done. Bunnie was also one of the Freedom Fighters/Chaotix who took part in the battle for the Artifacts of Acorn against Mammoth Mogul, Ixis Naugus, the Destructix, and the Arachne. She was also part of a sting operation to capture villians lured in by the prospect of an auction of the Master Emerald held by Rouge the Bat, the mission resulting in the capture of Nack the Weasel, Bark the Polar Bear, Bean the Dynamite, Naugus, and Mogul. Just prior to this, Bunnie accepted a proposal from Antoine, and asked Sally to be her maid of honor. Bunnie and Antoine were married without incident. Shortly afterwards, Bunnie and Antoine were both taken prisoner by Robotnik during the destruction of Knothole, but both were freed quickly in a rescue mission devised by NICOLE. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... Nicole may refer to: In fiction: NICOLE, sentient, hand-held computer used by Princess Sally Acorn in the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM series and comic books Nicole (Dead or Alive character), fictional character from the Halo universe Nicole des Jardins Wakefield, fictional character Nicole Collard, a fictional character from the... The House of Acorn is a royal family of anthropomorphic squirrels from the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM cartoon and Archie Comics // Members The House of Acorn has several prominent members, including: Maximillian Acorn See main article. ... Mammoth Mogul is a character from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been... The Destructix are an organzation from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... This articles is for minor villains from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, appearing in the television series Sonic the Hedgehog and its spin-off comic book published by Archie Comics. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... The Master Emerald is a large, green emerald depicted in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game and comic series. ... The Sonic the Hedgehog universes and continuities have dozens of minor characters, many of whom are anthropomorphic animals. ... The Sonic the Hedgehog universes and continuities have dozens of minor characters, many of whom are anthropomorphic animals. ...


Possible Futures

Like many other characters, Bunnie has been featured in a possible future (a frequently-used plot device in the comic). The only glimpse of Bunnie's future came from the same time as NICOLE's creation. Bunnie is shown to be de-roboticized and standing with the other Freedom Fighters in Mobotropolis, where Robotnik is no more and peace reigns.[1] It should be noted that this is only one possible future, and thus is not the official canon future. Look up Future in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Nicole may refer to: In fiction: NICOLE, sentient, hand-held computer used by Princess Sally Acorn in the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM series and comic books Nicole (Dead or Alive character), fictional character from the Halo universe Nicole des Jardins Wakefield, fictional character Nicole Collard, a fictional character from the...


Romance

Bunnie flying through the skies of Old Megapolis

While Bunnie had no romantic ties in SatAM (though did sometimes engage in flirtatious behavior), she showed her gratitude to Sonic for saving her life in the comics with mild flirting ("You're cute! What's your name, sugah?"). The unexpected happened when Bunnie gradually ended up falling in love with Antoine D'Coolette, although there were arguably hints as far back as StH #23; After an unseen character rescued Antone from several near-death situations in Robotropolis, the story ended with Antoine planting a kiss on Bunnie's cheek (suggesting that it was Bunnie watching over him all along). Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Antoine DCoolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. ...


When the normally foppish Antoine shows his vulnerable side during a suspicion-laced conference among various Freedom Fighter groups (StH #46), Bunnie tries to comfort him with a kiss. Their relationship began quietly, just before the EndGame storyline, and went on rather peacefully until the Xorda attack. During Sonic's exodus in space as a result of this event, Antoine seemingly dumps Bunnie, but their breakup is later revealed to be a ruse perpetrated by his "Anti-Mobius" counterpart Patch. In chess, the endgame (or end game or ending) refers to the stage of the game when there are few pieces left on the board. ... In the various Sonic the Hedgehog continuities, there are several instances where the characters encounter extraterrestrial life. ... The Anti-Freedom Fighters are an organization from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics. ...


Not realizing what is going on, Bunnie believes that Antoine no longer loves her. This results in Bunnie becoming more reckless and emotional; She even goes as far as kissing Sonic (who is actually the lecherous Evil Sonic in disguise) in an attempt to make Antoine jealous, and hopefully win him back. Sonic later discovers the swap and brings the real Antoine back, leading to a happy reunion, as Bunnie had never truly given up her feelings for him. She also accompanies Antoine when he bids farewell to his father, General D'Coolette, whom is dying from Patch's poisoning. The General voices his approval of Bunnie's relationship with his son, and beseeches them to cherish their relationship. After this, Antoine proposes to Bunnie, which she accepts, and the two are finally wed. Scourge the Hedgehog (originally known as Evil Sonic) is a recurring villain found only in the Archie Comics series. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ...


Aside from her relationship with Antoine, Bunnie has been shown to be somewhat affectionate with other male characters. Her attraction to Sonic has not cooled completely, as evidenced by her diminishing reluctance to date Evil Sonic (although Bunnie was unaware that it wasn't the real Sonic). Numerous occasions, including Sonic saving her from A.D.A.M.'s nano-machines, have also earned him grateful kisses from Bunnie for his heroism. Scourge the Hedgehog (originally known as Evil Sonic) is a recurring villain found only in the Archie Comics series. ... A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ...


Alternate Versions

Similar in fashion to several other characters from the comics, Bunnie has multiple counterparts from other dimensions. In one instance, Sonic is sent to an alternate dimension where all his friends are now gargantuan monsters running a rampage. In that dimension, Dr. Julius Kintobor was experimenting with the Master Emerald on a distant island, when it cracked in two, releasing radiation that mutated local creatures to Godzilla proportions. He then developed the robo-virus to paralyze them, but by the time he roboticized Bunnie, the monsters were developing an immunity, resulting in the cyborg-lizard-rabbit monster "Rabbot-Zilla". For other uses, see Godzilla (disambiguation). ...


In the Guardians of the Galaxy possible future, there is a version of Bunnie with flaming hair and enormous feet who can attack with an energy blaster on her left glove, named Bunni. In her alternate universe, the Freedom Fighters lost the war against Robotnik, so the last four took separate ships to form colonies on other planets. Over the generations, the new environments caused their clans to evolve. Bunni is the original Bunnie Rabbot's descendant. She joins up with descendants of the other Freedom Fighters to challenge Robolactus, a giant planet-eating descendant of Robotnik, ala Galactus. The Guardians of the Galaxy are a fictional superhero team active in the 31st century in an alternate timeline that is a version of the Marvel Universe. ... It has been suggested that Power Cosmic be merged into this article or section. ...


Bunnie, like most of her friends, has an evil counterpart among the Anti-Freedom Fighters. Anti-Bunnie was never Roboticized, given the fact that there was no evil entity with a Roboticizer on Anti-Mobius. She was not originally part of the team, but joined later to get revenge on Evil Sonic, who was dating her and several other Anti-Mobian females at the same time. During the brief period where Sonic and Evil Sonic switched places, Anti-Bunnie and Anti-Sally were knocked into a pool containing creatures known as Octopods while attacking Sonic. The Anti-Freedom Fighters are an organization from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Scourge the Hedgehog (originally known as Evil Sonic) is a recurring villain found only in the Archie Comics series. ... Mobian refers to a resident of the fictional planet of Mobius in various Sonic the Hedgehog series, such as the Archie Comics series or any of the DiC Entertainment cartoon series. ...


Games

Like the other TV show and comic characters, Bunnie does not appear in any of the games as a regular character, but she makes a cameo appearance in the Trapped Alive bonus stage of Sonic Spinball. Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball (also known as Sonic Spinball) is a pinball game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. ...


Bunnie was intended to be a playable character in the planned Sega Genesis game Sonic Mars, which would incorporate characters and elements from the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series. However, when the project was changed to Sonic Xtreme (which was later cancelled), Bunnie, along with the other TV show elements, was dropped from the game. [1] The Mega Drive/Genesis was a 16-bit video game console released by Sega in Japan (1988), Europe (1990) and most of the rest of the world as the Mega Drive. ... Picture of Jade Gully level. ...


Beta-Bunnie

"Beta" Bunnie's color scheme from StH #2
  • The issue that was released before Bunnie's first appearance (StH #2) featured a splash page artwork of the Freedom Fighters battling Robotnik's robots, with Bunnie already included in their ranks. But her coloring scheme and overall design is different from both her SatAM counterpart and her future appearance in the comic (see image). Significantly, this page was not reproduced in the Sonic The Hedgehog Archives Volume 1 trade paperback.

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Footnotes

  1. ^ Princess Sally #3

External links

  • Sonic Wiki ~ Bunnie Rabbot bio

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Bunnie Rabbot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1417 words)
Bunnie is often the fearless or reckless one, honest to herself and to others, and is very loyal, especially to her friend Sally Acorn.
Bunnie has green eyes, and for most of the show they were solid green without pupils; partway through the second season of the cartoon, the artists changed this and drew her with pupils.
In "Bunnie's Nightmare" (Sonic #37), Robotnik capitalized on her fears of becoming fully roboticized; using a hologram device, she convinced herself and others that a microdot in her roboticized body had activated, and was slowly finishing the job.
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