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Bunny vs. Monkey Book Two


Bunny vs. Monkey Book Two Bunny vs. Monkey Book Two

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Jamie Smart

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Page 45 Review by Stephen

"Stop being so stupid."
"I don't know how!"

He really doesn't. None of them do!

"Pig, how would you... uh... what are you doing?"
"I'm trying to catch jelly on my head!" *SPLAT* "Did it!"
"Can I ask why?"
"I, um... Oh. I forgot."
"Pig, how would you like a life of adventure, danger and excitement?"
"Will it hurt?"
"YES! But it will also be very funny."

From the pages of BUNNY VS MONKEY BOOK ONE and the creator of FISH HEAD STEVE, the certifiable delinquents are back: Bunny, Monkey, Weenie, Skunky, Pig, Le Fox, Metal Steve and Action Beaver - the idiots to entertain you!

Ogle the pink Octo-Blivion! Learn about artist lie-sense! Then forget about it immediately thanks to Skunky's mind-wiping Memory Ray.

"Last I remember, I was on the toilet.
"Hang on a minute. Monkey's don't use toilets."

Normally at this point I'd go off on one, bellowing like Brian Blessed about how they all "Eeek!" "Ptoomph!" "Fwooosh!" "Shriek!" "Screech!" "Splat! "Bosh!" "Pschh!" "Crunch! And "P-tingg!" their way through these pugilism-packed pages, for this comic is louder than TV's Tom & Jerry but infinitely more inventive.

Please don't mistake the lack of a volume control for an absence of sophistication. Anarchy like this needs to be strictly controlled, especially when you've only two or three pages to play with. But not only is the choreography as tight as you like - often with multiple reactive expressions and gesticulations to make you giggle with glee - Smart also still manages to pack in spectacle after spectacle and even finds room for running gags within the same stories, my favourite being the "outside variables" ("Eeek! Variables!") which will put paid to each individual's carelessly laid plans and culminate in a "lemony waft".

Then, just when you thought Smart couldn't work that one further, the events are reprised quite unexpectedly in a ridiculously clever climax called 'The Small Matter Of The End Of The World' which involves brain-twisting time travel and the return of that mind-wiping Memory Ray as inventor Skunky from the future meets himself in the past over and again in order to avert disaster he caused in the first place.

"Have I invented the Memory Ray yet?"
"What, this?"
" Yes! Give it to me! I must remove all knowledge of the Doomsday Device from your brain!"
ZZZAP!
"Yoink!"
"Oh, hang on. If I remove it from your brain, then I'll forget it too."
"Hello, have we met? Are you me from the future?"
"I suppose so. But I can't remember why I came here."
"Let me have a go in your time machine. I wonder how it works?"
"Me too. Let me know if you find out."

All of which is impressive enough, but wait until you come to the final two episodes, the Christmas and New Year specials, which introduce a brand-new element to the series which could change everything and hint at a subplot which may - seriously - send a shiver down your spine.

Back to the beginning, however, and Skunky has invented the Wish Cannon which fires whatever you want: cakes, kittens, ham and sauerkraut... It even fires fire and I'm afraid Monkey's got his mitts on it.

"BOW DOWN, WOODLAND IDIOTS! YOUR NEW LEADER MONKEY HOLDS ALL THE POWER NOW!"
"I'll swamp you that thing for this cake."
"Ooh, I do like cake."
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