Review: Itty Bitty Bunnies in Rainbow Candyland: Bong Genie #1
Action Lab Entertainment has done it again! They’ve given us another funny, crazy and creative comic, written and designed by Dean Rankine. Itty Bitty Bunnies in Rainbow Candyland: Bong Genie is about two bunnies who have their wishes granted from a magic genie residing in a bong. Their first wish doesn’t go to plan but they end up getting what they want in the end which is a huge mountain of drugs. What could possibly go wrong?
In terms of writing, there isn’t a lot to say as we’ve got the whimsical artwork to tell the story for us, nonetheless when there is dialogue between the protagonists and other characters the comedic feel is definitely there and it’s certainly amusing. In regards to the art work, it’s mischievously charming, freakishly cute and a little psychedelic. There’s a lot to look at and so much to keep you entertained. Moreover, to some extent Bong Genie is fantastical as all of the vibrant colours, the crazy construction of the characters and settings and the wacky plot really takes you out of reality.
The main characters, Phil and Tyrone, are fantastic. They’re lively, eerily adorable and rather reminiscent of the hit 90’s cartoon, Ren and Stimpy. I can’t wait to follow them on their next adventure.
All in all, Bong Genie is a great comic. It’s easy to read, funny and different.
Story: Dean Rankine Art: Dean Rankine
Story: 7.0 Art: 8.55 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy
Action Lab Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review