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* [[AnimalSuperheroes]]: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stampede, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
* [[LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy]]: This world is inhabited by both humans and animals.
* [[NoNameGiven]]: The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
* [[SpeciesSurname]]: The main cast have surnames of their respective species (ex. Andy Wolf and Judy Goose)
* [[TheSmurfettePrinciple]]: Judy is the only girl in the group of boys. And one of the very few female characters in the series.
* [[VagueAge]]: It is unknown how old these characters are. They appear to be teenagers or kids at least, yet, aren't seen going to school or be living with relatives. Meaning that they could at least be young adults.
* [[VitriolicBestBuds]]: Henri and the rabbit practically hate each other so much, [[GoKartingWithBowser yet they're always hanging out with each other]].

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* [[AnimalSuperheroes]]: AnimalSuperheroes: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stampede, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
* [[LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy]]: LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy: This world is inhabited by both humans and animals.
* [[NoNameGiven]]: NoNameGiven: The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
* [[SpeciesSurname]]: SpeciesSurname: The main cast have surnames of their respective species (ex. Andy Wolf and Judy Goose)
* [[TheSmurfettePrinciple]]: TheSmurfettePrinciple: Judy is the only girl in the group of boys. And one of the very few female characters in the series.
* [[VagueAge]]: VagueAge: It is unknown how old these characters are. They appear to be teenagers or kids at least, yet, aren't seen going to school or be living with relatives. Meaning that they could at least be young adults.
* [[VitriolicBestBuds]]: VitriolicBestBuds: Henri and the rabbit practically hate each other so much, [[GoKartingWithBowser yet they're always hanging out with each other]].other.


* [AnimalSuperheroes]: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stamped, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
* [NoNameGiven]: The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
* [VitriolicBestBuds]: Henri and the rabbit practically hate each other so much, [[GoKartingWithBowser yet they're always hanging out with each other]]. As a matter of fact, why do they even hang out in the first place?
** In fact, it makes sense when you realize that this is a relationship between a tortoise and a hare.


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* [AnimalSuperheroes]: [[AnimalSuperheroes]]: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stamped, Stampede, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
* [NoNameGiven]: [[LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy]]: This world is inhabited by both humans and animals.
* [[NoNameGiven]]:
The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
* [VitriolicBestBuds]: [[SpeciesSurname]]: The main cast have surnames of their respective species (ex. Andy Wolf and Judy Goose)
* [[TheSmurfettePrinciple]]: Judy is the only girl in the group of boys. And one of the very few female characters in the series.
* [[VagueAge]]: It is unknown how old these characters are. They appear to be teenagers or kids at least, yet, aren't seen going to school or be living with relatives. Meaning that they could at least be young adults.
* [[VitriolicBestBuds]]:
Henri and the rabbit practically hate each other so much, [[GoKartingWithBowser yet they're always hanging out with each other]]. As a matter of fact, why do they even hang out in the first place?
other]].
** In fact, it makes sense when you realize that this is a [[AesopsFables relationship between a tortoise and a hare.


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!! Episodes of this series provide examples of:
* The guidelines for listing show-level tropes apply to this list, too. Alphabetical by trope title.
* List of tropes that are only seen in a single episode or a small handful of episodes.
* Tropes ''about'' episodes, like BottleEpisode, are prime examples.
* This list may also include tropes relating to a secondary or tertiary character or location.
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hare.]]

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Stone Rabbit is a comic series by Erik Caddock. It features the crazy adventures of an [[NoNameGiven unnamed rabbit]] and his friends as they get into all kinds of wacky shenanigans including pizza ninjas, aliens, comic book supervillans, and many more.

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!! This graphic novel provides examples of:
* [AnimalSuperheroes]: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stamped, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
* [NoNameGiven]: The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
* [VitriolicBestBuds]: Henri and the rabbit practically hate each other so much, [[GoKartingWithBowser yet they're always hanging out with each other]]. As a matter of fact, why do they even hang out in the first place?
**In fact, it makes sense when you realize that this is a relationship between a tortoise and a hare.


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!! Episodes of this series provide examples of:
* The guidelines for listing show-level tropes apply to this list, too. Alphabetical by trope title.
* List of tropes that are only seen in a single episode or a small handful of episodes.
* Tropes ''about'' episodes, like BottleEpisode, are prime examples.
* This list may also include tropes relating to a secondary or tertiary character or location.
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