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Apr 8, 2007 | 3:34 PM EDT
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EDIT: Frontpage! Thanks Tom! You're the man!
Also, theres a glitch, if you use scene select, the artists names are wrong. Oh well :P

Just in time for Easter, I present to you the Bunny Suicide Collaboration. This little treat is based on Andy Riley's comic books.

I want to thank Funguy-dot-ca for taking this off my hands when I had been working on it forever and helping me. He put it together, got people pumped, and on top of that, made AMAZING parts.

Also, everyone who is co-authored is amazing and I am so glad that they are involved.

I also want to thank Lasse, Wikk, Kevalot, CampinCarl, Yhtomit, Robbieskater, and Killer Angel who made parts that didn't make it in.

Enjoy this twisted flash!

BTW: This wasn't made for easter, it's just a really funny coincidence.

ALSO: This was made at newgrounds and ng collabs. Please check out if you are thinking of starting/joining some collabs!

- Meebs



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


it wasnt that bad. im not familiar with the books though so maybe i would have enjoyed it more if i had. but i did laugh when i seen the 25 to life and MGS3 one. hilarious


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


eh.. was alright


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was great

That was realy cool. I have the two bunny suicide books (which i thought were hilarious) and that collab was great. Good job guys.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good if you've seen the books

Iv got both the books and im a big fan of Andy Rily and these just made my day, it wont be as good if you've not seen the original books but you should still enjoy it, you should do his great lies to tell small kids next.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Perhaps not in the greatest tastes. I'm a fan of Bunny Suicides, but the difference was more in the creativity and innovation of the death methods as opposed to excess blood and randomised overkills. A few of your ideas had credits (magnets at the knives shop for instance) but some of them were just lacking. The books were all about framing a suicide method with a single, immortal picture whereas you had little stories to go along with some of yours, which is cool too. All in all, I have to say some of the deaths were just a little too far or flat out unfriendly (overdose- did that really have to be included?). Otherwise enjoyable for all the merits of a bunny having his or her reasons.