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* ''Webcomic/DoctorFun'' once posited that [[http://www.ibiblio.org/Dave/Dr-Fun/df9804/df980410.jpg Easter Bunnies are eusocial.]]

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* [[Creator/RankinBassProductions Rankin/Bass]] did at least '''3''' [[EasterSpecial Easter Bunny specials]]: ''WesternAnimation/HereComesPeterCottontail'' (1971); ''The First Easter Rabbit'' (1976) which was based on the children's story, ''The Velveteen Rabbit''; and ''The Easter Bunny is Comin' To Town'' (1977). They sure liked that rabbit.
* In at least the original special of ''Santa Vs The Snowman'', Santa is locked in prison, and says that the Easter Bunny is never going to let him live it down.

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* [[Creator/RankinBassProductions Rankin/Bass]] did at least '''3''' '''three''' [[EasterSpecial Easter Bunny specials]]: ''WesternAnimation/HereComesPeterCottontail'' (1971); ''The First Easter Rabbit'' (1976) (1976), which was based on the children's story, story ''The Velveteen Rabbit''; Rabbit'', and ''The Easter Bunny is Comin' To to Town'' (1977). They sure liked that rabbit.
* In at least the original special of ''Santa Vs The vs. the Snowman'', Santa is locked in prison, and says that the Easter Bunny is never going to let him live it down.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYJgkFf9ZRg A man in an Easter Bunny costume achieved viral fame in 2019]] after he viciously beat a man who was in the middle of a fight with a woman on a sidewalk in downtown Orlando. The man who was beaten had apparently instigated the fight, while the man in the bunny suit was apparently out barhopping with friends when he spotted the fight. As per the man in the costume, he was originally just going to try and break it up, but after the man spit at the woman (who was black, and so was the man in the bunny costume, which made it hit far too close to home for him), he decided that the man needed to be taught a lesson.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTaleOfTheGreatBunny'' had the titular rabbit kidnapped by the evil king of the weasels, who wanted all of his eggs. He's ultimately rescued by [[KidHero Abigail]].

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* The animated special ''WesternAnimation/TheJackRabbitStoryEasterFever'' had Jack Rabbit established as being the Easter Bunny and had everyone reminisce on his past adventures while he considers retirement.


* Franchise/{{Tsukiuta}} has an Easter Bunny illustration set, of course, because their mascot is a rabbit, so they'll take any excuse to get these boys in bunny ears. It features Hajime managing to still look kingly in that many shades of pastel, and Haru ''suggestively holding an easter egg near his mouth''.

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* Franchise/{{Tsukiuta}} Music/{{Tsukiuta}} has an Easter Bunny illustration set, of course, because their mascot is a rabbit, so they'll take any excuse to get these boys in bunny ears. It features Hajime managing to still look kingly in that many shades of pastel, and Haru ''suggestively holding an easter egg near his mouth''.

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* Franchise/{{Tsukiuta}} has an Easter Bunny illustration set, of course, because their mascot is a rabbit, so they'll take any excuse to get these boys in bunny ears. It features Hajime managing to still look kingly in that many shades of pastel, and Haru ''suggestively holding an easter egg near his mouth''.

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* While explaining their version of Christmas to [[BreakingTheFourthWall the readers]] in ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain'', Anemone hints that they have a YouMeanXMas version of Easter as well, with the MagicalGirl Spring Rabbit taking the place of the Easter Bunny (much like how their version of SantaClaus is a magical girl called Holly Jolly).


* There was a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon, "Easter Yeggs", in which Bugs Bunny meets the Easter Bunny -- who tries to foist his egg-hiding chores off on Bugs because he's lazy.

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* There was a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon, "Easter Yeggs", "WesternAnimation/EasterYeggs", in which Bugs Bunny meets the Easter Bunny -- who tries to foist his egg-hiding chores off on Bugs because he's lazy.


* Mentioned by Sassette in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Smurfed Behind: The Passion Of The Smurfs", when Tapper explains that the real purpose of Easter (and the Smurfs appearing in Jerusalem around 33 C.E.) was the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, with Snappy rather disillusioned by the whole revelation having nothing to do with Easter bunnies...although his mind is on seeing Smurfette in a bunny suit.

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* Mentioned by Sassette in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Smurfed Behind: The Passion Of The Smurfs", when Tapper explains that the real purpose of Easter (and the Smurfs appearing in Jerusalem around 33 C.E.) was the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, with Snappy rather disillusioned by the whole revelation having nothing to do with Easter bunnies...although his mind is on seeing [[PlayboyBunny Smurfette in a bunny suit."bunny suit"]].

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* Mentioned by Sassette in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Smurfed Behind: The Passion Of The Smurfs", when Tapper explains that the real purpose of Easter (and the Smurfs appearing in Jerusalem around 33 C.E.) was the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, with Snappy rather disillusioned by the whole revelation having nothing to do with Easter bunnies...although his mind is on seeing Smurfette in a bunny suit.
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** [[spoiler: Hockney, a wild boar piglet who's in the same class as Wendell. Became a "cover story" Easter bunny when their classmate Lin caught him replacing the eggs with rocks and misunderstood, later insisted on taking the job for real because he thought Lin was attracted to him as a result.]]

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* In the Valerie Harper episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', a rabbit named Bernie acts as Valerie's make-up artist, then gives her an egg. Hilda explains (in her vowel-shifting East European accent) that he's the Easter Bernie.
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* One of the titular Guardians in ''RiseOfTheGuardians''.

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* One of the titular Guardians in ''RiseOfTheGuardians''.''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians''.


* ''{{Hop}}'' is about a bunny who is the latest successor to the title would rather chase his dream of being a rock drummer instead.

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* ''{{Hop}}'' ''Film/{{Hop}}'' is about a bunny who is the latest successor to the title would rather chase his dream of being a rock drummer instead.


* In ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', the Easter Bunny is an alien, who created the [[EenieMeenieMinyMoai moai]] on Easter Bunny Island and used Earth to dispose of dangerous mutant eggs from his homeworld.

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* In ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', one version of the Easter Bunny is an alien, who created the [[EenieMeenieMinyMoai moai]] on Easter Bunny Island and used Earth to dispose of dangerous mutant eggs from his homeworld.homeworld.
** A later issue introduced the ''actual'' Easter Bunny, who was swept up in the net when Roquat kidnapped the supernatural lapins from all adjacent dimensions. He was a typical anthropomorphic rabbit in Victorian clothing who carried a basket of eggs.

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