Tag: parody

Psycho Bunny Does R. Kelly – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week

Okay. I admit. This was a cheap shot. It’s been unofficial common knowledge about R. Kelly and his sexual misconduct. Over ten years ago, there used to be a bootleg video tape. It showed him doing all sort of perverted things. Guess now that Lifetime did that expose on him, the cops finally decided to…

Black Sabbath – The Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week

Sunday March 11th, 2018. After attending the Art On Paper fair during the last day of NY Art Week, my friend had an extra ticket for a concert. It was The Little Mermen, Galactic Empire and the headliners, Mac Sabbath, happening over at Brooklyn Bazaar. The concert was amazing. Here’s some photos of the two…

Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week May 22, 2017.

Psycho Bunny is perpetually unemployed. In fact, he’s the founder, president and CEO of The Unemployment Appreciation Society. It doesn’t mean he doesn’t know an opportunity when he sees one. Here he tries to apply for a position that’s been recently vacated. It’s a government job. Perhaps someone named Mulder can help… Introducing the Psycho…

Fly United – The Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 5/8/17

It’s nice to be back on schedule. Planning on your summer vacation? You might want to take advice from Psycho Bunny… Even if you don’t fly United, you can still follow Psycho Bunny on his many misadventures. There’s his Facebook page, the WitchesBrewPress page, Twitter and Instagram. Don’t forget to order Psycho Bunny comics on…

Psycho Bunny Meets KISS (The Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week, 2/21/2017)

Feeling a bit nostalgic lately. Probably due to avoiding the current news. Not the world’s biggest KISS fan, but during their heyday, they had their moments. During 1993 or 94, my Halloween costume was of Gene Simmons as a ’90s Raver. This was way before ‘mash-ups’ were popular. Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the…

Inktober 2016 Sketch # 2

Catching up on the annual 2016 Inktober┬áchallenge. Here’s Buddy Bear, a character from the Psycho Bunny comic, as Kenneth Bone. I will be at MICE Expo the end of this month. If you’re in the Cambridge area, stop on by.

Psycho Spock

On September 8th, 1966, fifty years ago Star Trek debuted on U.S. television. Star Trek’s cultural impact has surpassed generations. To commemorate this occasion, Psycho Bunny traveled to where no man has gone before…most likely his apartment… Introducing the most illogical Vulcan ever. Psycho Bunny as Mr. Spock. Also the Psycho Bunny pic of the…