Stone Rabbit is a comic series by Erik Craddock. It features the crazy adventures of an unnamed rabbit and his friends as they get into all kinds of wacky shenanigans including pizza ninjas, aliens, comic book supervillans, and many more.
The books in the series are:
- Book 1: BC Mambo
- Book 2: Pirate Palooza
- Book 3: Deep Space Disco
- Book 4: Superhero Stampede
- Book 5: Ninja Slice
- Book 6: Night of the Living Dust Bunnies
- Book 7: Dragon Boogie
- Book 8: Robot Frenzy
This graphic novel provides examples of:
- Accidental Time Travel: The catalyst for the plot of the first book. The Rabbit falls into a hole that sends him to ancient times after pulling away a rug superglued to the bathroom.
- Animal Superheroes: The gang temporaily become superheroes in Superhero Stampede, even though the original heroes in the comic appear to be human originally.
- Catchphrase: The rabbit's signature "Crudmonkeys!"
- Fantasy Sequence: The begining of every story features a dream sequence featuring the cast in a fictional setting, such as a wrestling match or a role-playing campaign. Funny considering that even the real world is just as bizarre: with literal ghost pirates and aliens from outer space existing.
- Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My!: This world is inhabited by both humans and animals.
- Living Dust Bunnies: Played for Horror in Night of the Living Dust Bunnies. After Henri accidentally pushes a radioactive lamp on the floor, the radioactivity makes dust bunnies in the rabbit's house spring to life, and they assimilate trick-or-treaters to spread themselves.
- No Name Given: The rabbit is actually never given a name. Despite the title, it does not appear to be "Stone".
- Species Surname: The main cast have surnames of their respective species (ex: Andy Wolf and Judy Goose).
- The Smurfette Principle: Judy is the only girl in the group of boys. And one of the very few female characters in the series.
- Vague Age: It is unknown how old these characters are. They appear to be teenagers or kids at least but aren't seen going to school or be living with relatives. This implies that they could be young adults.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Henri experiences this twice.
- In Night of the Living Dust Bunnies, he gets this from the Rabbit and nearly gets into a fight with him for knocking over a radioactive lamp that brought the Dust Bunnies to life.
- In Robot Frenzy, Judy calls him out for overriding the mechanical brain processors of Cheese and Broccoli, and also allowing them to build a dangerous robot shark that could destroy them and the whole town. Henri, in tears, reasons he only wanted to be and feel like a winner for once.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Henri and the abbit practically hate each other so much, yet they're always hanging out with each other.