Wow, it has been a long time, since I last reviewed anything on Newgrounds. All right, on to the point.
This movie, definitely had a very big impact in little 10-year old me, when I first watched this. The final scene felt so unreal. Like, how was it possible for Snowball to lose? (Or in other words. Die.) Everything from the first few scenes to the last, this was a welcoming first volume to a two-parted finale. I can't praise the animation enough. Man, 2011... it still holds up today. And, of course, the story too. The reason why Bunny Kill 3 Vol. 2 was so good, was because of its story. And with the music too, that only gave it more substance and style.
Despite my difficult acceptance for Snowball's death, this is definitely way up there as one of the best episodes in the Bunny Kill-series. Amazing work, Mottis!