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|Favorite color||Atomic tangerine|
|Family||Dark Bunny (twin brother)|
Mrs. Bunny (mother)
|Book debut||Arthur's Eyes|
|Cartoon debut||"Arthur's Eyes"|
|Voiced by||Arthur Holden|
Bionic Bunny's origin story varies. In D.W. the Copycat, a Bionic Bunny Show episode claims he was "created by a combination of super science and radical animal husbandry to fight crime". The images suggest that Bionic Bunny is a cyborg who may have begun life as a nonanthropomorphic rabbit. An episode in Buster's Back shows his bionic parts being constructed and fitted into his body.
On the other hand, according to the Bionic Bunny Tenth Anniversary Special that is mentioned in Happy Anniversary, Bionic Bunny and Dark Bunny are twins who were separated at birth. Dark Bunny was taken by an evil witch, and Bionic Bunny was taken by a robot.
Bionic Bunny is a tall, muscular rabbit with a white complexion. He wears a blue shirt with a "B" on the front of his chest, dark blue pants, blue underwear over his pants, a red cape, a red hat with an antenna, and white and blue sneakers. In the promotional illustration, he wore a dark blue suit with red underwear over his suit, red sneakers, a red cape, and a red hat with a yellow antenna.
His actor, Wilbur, wears round brown glasses like Arthur's and casual clothes, outside of acting.
"Someone's in trouble! Never fear! Bionic Bunny is here!"
"Sorry. If it doesn't involve flying, battling monsters, or lifting heavy objects, I'm kind of at a loss."
- The character was popularized by the Arthur television series, but actually pre-dates it by roughly 17 years, having first appeared in the 1979 title by Marc Brown, Arthur's Eyes, which featured Bionic Bunny on Arthur's lunchbox.
- In the 1985 Marc Brown title The Bionic Bunny Show, Bionic Bunny is apparently a live-action show. This book was featured in an installment of PBS's Reading Rainbow.
- He is a parody of the DC Comics superhero, Superman. but is also a reference to The Bionic Man due to his name.
- He is allergic to salt, which may be a reference to Superman's weakness to kryptonite.
- His origin has changed multiple times. In "D.W. the Copycat," he is said to be a robot, and in "That's a Baby Show!" he is said to be Dark Bunny's cousin.
- "Long ears, strong heart" is Bionic Bunny's motto, as mentioned in the episode "The Last Day."
- 10101 "Arthur's Eyes"
- 10501 "Arthur's Pet Business (episode)"
- 10502 "D.W. the Copycat"
- 10601 "Locked in the Library!" (Poster)
- 11302 "Buster's New Friend"
- 11801 "Arthur's Chicken Pox"
- 11802 "Sick as a Dog" (Action figure/Cameo)
- 20302 "Buster and the Daredevils (Comic Book)
- 20501 "Arthur's Underwear (episode) (Comic Book/Action Figure)
- 20601 "Buster Baxter, Cat Saver"
- 20602 "Play it Again, D.W." (Poster)
- 20701 "Arthur's TV-Free Week"
- 20802 "The Big Blow-Up" (Poster)
- 20901 "Lost!" (Comic Book)
- 21101 "D.W.'s Deer Friend" (Action figure)
- 30301 "Arthur Goes Crosswire" (Mentioned)
- 30701 "Arthur Rides the Bandwagon" (Action figure)
- 31102 "Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival" (Cameo)
- 40102 "Arthur's Big Hit" (boxing audience cameo, mentioned)
- 40502 "The Rat Who Came to Dinner"
- 40901 "What is that Thing?"
- 50301 "It's a No-Brainer" (Action figure)
- 50302 "The Shore Thing" (Mentioned)
- 50902 "The Big Dig"
- 60501 "The Boy Who Cried Comet"
- 60502 "Arthur and Los Vecinos" (Spanish Bionic Bunny)
- 70802 "Is There a Doctor in the House?"
- 71000 "April 9th"
- 80401 "Fernkenstein's Monster"
- 80701 "Desk Wars" (Mentioned)
- 91001 "Binky Goes Nuts"
- 100100 "Happy Anniversary"
- 100801 "Operation: D.W.!"
- 110802 "Buster Gets Real"
- 120901 "Home Sweet Home" (Mentioned)
- 120902 "Do You Believe in Magic?"
- 150501 "To Eat or Not to Eat"
- 160100 "Based on a True Story"
- 190902 "Besties"
- 200301 "He Said, He Said"
- The Bionic Bunny Show (book)