Blade Bunny is a fantasy/humor OEL Manga webcomic by Eric "Drowemos" Kimball and Erwin Prasetya about Bunny, an assassin-for-hire in a mash up of feudal Japan and ancient China. Hired by Lord Farnalan (when his own personal ninjas failed) to kill the Head Clan of the Asaki Clan.Things go well at first, until Wolf Fang enters the picture. Then things go down to hell, becoming embroiled in a war with spirits? and the journey to find some kind of... pearl?. It's confusing, mainly because the story is told from her point of view and she tends to fall sleep in the long boring speeches.She wears a pair of bunny ears and a fluffy tail on the back of her skirt, oh and no underwear. While it could be considered SFW, it's very heavy in blood and doesn't pull punches in the most brutal deaths.Blade Bunny is also published in tankoubon form by Gashu Group. The first volume was released in February 2013. Unfortunately not long after that, the comic had to go on hiatus because Erwin got a job drawing another series for VIZ Media. Then he got back to Drowemos with more pages and indicated they could start up again in September.Not to be confused with Blade Kitten.
Affably Evil: Bunny, beside her figure and snarkiness, she is pretty much a complete sociopath with no sense of guilt whatsoever. Before Character Development, that is.
Anachronism Stew: This is a setting done in a mash up of ancient Japan and China, with: kimonos, ninjas, samurai, daimyos, onis, kamis, 4 Great Gods and the Celestial Bureaucracy. It also posses robots, automatic weapons, laser beams and leg jets.
Dojikko: Either she is the greatest actress in history or she is simply incompetent in any non "Kill everything that moves" situation.
The Dreaded: Ao-lung is the only one so far who can shut up Bunny with a simple glare.
The Bounty Hunter is pretty much Bunny's nightmare made real.
Kyoto's "slip" had made her this for Jin. So far, he trusts Bunny more than her although it could be because Bunny never lied, or treated him with disrespect.
Fantastic Slurs; While they mean... well and it's because of the setting, the Bounty Hunter feel annoyed at being called a "demon" He is a multi-agent cognitive architecture, thank you very much.
Fire-Forged Friends: Kyoto and Bunny had become quite the team after being nearly killed over a dozen times to the point of self- sacrifice.
Flawless Victory: Most fights with Bunny ends in No-Holds-Barred Beatdown. It doesn't matter if they are soldiers, ninjas, armies or demons, they all go down fast and hard except against cyborgs. Two times she was barely able to survive and the second time only thanks to the help of Kyoto.
The third time she only got away because she confused his internal program. And is following them waiting for her to slip to kill her until his memory is updated.
Floating Advice Reminder: After the battle on the bridge Kyoto developed an inner bunny, down to her "unique personality".
Foe-Tossing Charge: Wolf doesn't let anything stand in the way of his prey. Not even a legendary warrior/oni/spirit? in the middle of a climatic battle of his own.
A Form You Are Comfortable With: Played for laughs when Bunny expresses disgust for being stared at by a big gooey dragon's eyeball that is bigger than she is. The dragon then voluntarily shrinks down small enough to punch out.
For the Evulz: Bunny kills a man for four good reasons. It was really funny counts twice.
Genre Savvy: Borderline Meta Girl. Bunny doesn't put any attention to any exposition... because she apparently knew all the plot twists way before even leaving Ao-Lung temple down to Jin being the real immortal.
Magic Feather: At one point Bunny loans her rabbit-ear hairband to Kyoto, who manages to hear some monks whispering about the two of them. She believes that the ears enhance the wearer's hearing, but Bunny says no, Kyoto only thought they did.
Magic Skirt: Several images appear to look upward at Bunny when she is, by her own admission, wearing a miniskirt and no underwear. It remains SFW. Most obvious here.
Thank the Maker: Inverted. Meeting his maker is why the Chrome Cowboy considers religions to be wasteful. When told someone is a god in human form, he rejects the notion that this makes him something special.