Review: Haretrigger: Tales of the Bounty Hunter Bunny #1

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if a cuddly bunny became a hardcore bounty hunter? Your wish has been granted in Haretrigger #1. Haretrigger is a new comic from indie publisher Sapphire Dragoness Productions. In this issue our heroine, Lilo the bunny bounty hunter, is sent to capture a mysterious masked target which isn’t really her thing. Lilo is more used to killing her targets then bringing them in alive. Eventually she encounters her target and all hell breaks loose. Hare-TriggerThe action panels are drawn beautifully with a quick and precise pace that doesn’t feel rushed. By the end of the book I wanted to know more about Lilo. I appreciate that the style of these characters is uniquely executed. The many details added to the clothing worn by the anthropomorphic animals helps bring them to life. These aren’t cute little Disney talking animals. They’re ass kicking, karate talking rough-necks and that immediately sets the tone for an strong adult book. The colors are beautifully rendered and lovely to look at as well.

Overall I think Haretrigger #1 opens the door to an interesting world and I’m looking forward to seeing a lot more come from writer/artist Josephine Hines.  Check out to read issue 1 for free!

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Haretrigger: Tales of the Bounty Hunter Bunny #1 Writer/Artist: Josephine Hines Publisher: Sapphire Dragoness Productions Price: Free (online) 5.00 (Print) Format: Ongoing; Print/Digital


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