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Andy Riley
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Feb. 1 2005 Bunny Suicides
Return of the Bunny Suicides follows over one hundred bunnies as they find ever more bizarre ways to end their fuzzy little existences. From swimming with nibbly fishes, to hiding under an elephant’s footstool, to getting on the sharp end of a Venetian gondola—no stone goes unturned (or undropped, or uncatapulted) in the twisted little creatures’ next installment.

Illustrated in a spare and simple style, Return of the Bunny Suicides is a collection of hilarious and outrageous cartoons that will appeal to anyone in touch with their evil side.

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Watership Down for the deeply sick. Very imaginative, very funny, very worrying if you're the author's mother Richard Curtis It's the funniest, bunniest book I've ever read Elton John If you are a bunny contemplating suicide, then this is the book for you Paul Whitehouse Brilliantly researched - one of the most important books of the year Hugh Grant Inspired, ingenious... fiendishly funny Ardal O'Hanlon Hilarious Sunday Mirror Deeply dark, deeply funny Glamour Sadists of all ages will absolutely love it Daily Telegraph --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Andy Riley is the author/artist of the BUNNY SUICIDES books, GREAT LIES TO TELL SMALL KIDS, SELFISH PIGS, D.I.Y DENTISTRY, ROASTED, WINE MAKES MUMMY CLEVER, BEER MAKES DADDY STRONG and lots of other stuff. His scriptwriting work includes BLACK BOOKS, THE GREAT OUTDOORS, LITTLE BRITAIN, HYPERDRIVE, ARMSTRONG AND MILLER, SMACK THE PONY, GNOMEO AND JULIET, and THE ARMANDO IANNUCCI SHOWS. For more information and cartoons, or if you want to talk to him, go to --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Entertaining Gage Gift Dec 22 2004
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The Return of the Bunny Suicides is a hilarious adult cross between a "where's waldo" and a "itchy and scratchy" cartoon. You never know where the bunnies will end up. The pictures are simple cartoon graphics which will not offend.
If you are looking for a gage gift that you can't put down then this is it. We spent an hour in the bookstore watching these cute little bunnies come up with creative ways to end their existance.
Even thou this is a cartoon, if you are sensitive to this subject....don't bother reading this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars On the Road to Oblivion... one more time April 12 2005
By S. Lee - Published on
I loved "Return of the Bunny Suicides". If you liked the first book, "The Book of Bunny Suicides," you will most likely enjoy the sequel. The bunnies find even more creative ways to end their lives. It is funny and amusing, if you don't mind seeing cartoon bunnies execute both simple and complex plans to end their lives. Although the reader does not know why the bunnies are so willing to die, (s)he can certainly appreciate the bunnies' formulated deaths. The drawings are relatively simple, not too gory (yes, some decapitated heads but nothing graphic), and allows the reader to anticipate what happens instead of always giving the end picture.

Obviously this book isn't for everyone. But if you think you can appreciate the humor in suicidal cartoon bunnies, it's certainly worth flipping through.

By the way, I love bunnies and am against animal cruelty, but have enough of a sense of humor to laugh at silly things such as this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not quite as good as it's Big Brother... Feb. 11 2005
By S. Hebbron - Published on
Worth a look nonetheless, for it is the genre of these books which is so amusing and intelligent. I get so tired of this notion that by acknowledging the purile, wicked and taboo we somehow become all of those things ourselves and worse still, evil. These books encourage us to see the natural and lighter side of wicked and intrusive humour. Far healthier to do so than claim not have such thought or feeling because it's inhuman, it is very much so human! What better way to develop greater understanding of your own mind than through humour?

Incidently, to any detractors of this theory, no actual little fluffy bunnies were hurt in the making of these books!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Goodbye Cruel World! Feb. 6 2005
By Dianna - Published on
I love the Bunny Suicide books! Mr. Riley makes them so funny, and we should all be ashamed for enjoying them so much. I enjoy the way he works in current pop culture and events to some of the suicides, making them that much more hysterical.

My favorite in this one has to be the bunny who ate all the beans! A laugh riot.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Finally Get It! Sept. 16 2007
By Lynn Hoffman, author:Radiation Days: A Comedy - Published on
This is my second suicidal bunny book. I bought them both in Rome in a very sophisticated, upscale store where I had been cackling for longer than was appropriate in Rome. (When in Rome, don't cackle in public, the Romans don't.)
Before I send this one off to my kid in college, I gave it one last look. And I got it. There's this drawing of a bunch of people running away from the shore line at the sight of a shark fin, and one tiny bunny in a swimfloat, eagerly padding into the water.
So on one level, there's every mad politician going ahead with some policy that everyone on the beach knows is crazy. On another level, that's all of us doing some nutso thing in spite of the world running around us in the opposite direction away from the visible shark. It reminds me of the hilarious novelRecycling Jimmy> It has the same slightly repulsive subject matter, with the same weird British take on things and the same subversive sub-text.
I'm looking at this book one more time wondering which shark I'm heading towards. What about you?

--Lynn Hoffman, author of New Short Course in Wine,The and
the comparatively wholesome bang BANG: A Novel. ISBN 9781601640005
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Oct. 5 2005
By Jennifer - Published on
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This is an adorable book. I feel bad for the bunnies but the drawings are cute and hysterical. You might feel bad for laughing but the spoofs of Lord of the Rings and other movies are wonderful.
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