Itty Bitty Bunnies in Rainbow Pixie Candy Land

Take some time for an adventure to a magical world with two
cute bunnies… two foul mouthed, drug using, butt-naked bunnies that go on
adorably offensive, insultingly hilarious adventures! Your journey into
off-color fun begins here, with this mix of Adventure Time and underground
As many comics as I check out, there’s bound to be one that I’m
going to read and wonder what just passed before my eyes.  One of those books that will make you chuckle
and blankly stare at almost equally. 
That is precisely what kind of title that Itty Bitty Bunnies in Rainbow
Pixie Candy Land is through and through.
It’s hard to describe exactly what happens in Itty Bitty
Bunnies, as there really is no “story” per se. 
For the most part, it’s basically a wacky drug induced adventure riddled
with pop culture references and a excess of Mature Reader content.  It really is almost like taking Adventure
Time and popping a big old R rating on it.
The artwork is as unusual as the comic, but not in the sense
that it’s bad.  The style is something I’ve
seen from time to time, even being used in cartoons these days.  With a strange book like this it is more than
fitting and gets the job done of visually telling the story.
Maybe I’m just getting too old for stuff like this which
harps back to the good old days of Ren and Stimpy.  I was never much of a fan honestly, so that
probably didn’t help with my interest in this book.  For those that were or just enjoy way over
the top nonsensical and crass, this is right up your alley.  Or gutter.

For more information on Itty Bitty Bunnies or other Danger
Zone titles, check out Action Lab/Danger Zone.

Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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