Assoud the Rabbit (Tomorrow's Pioneers)

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Assoud the Rabbit
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"Is it Bugs Bunny? No. Is it Roger Rabbit? No. Is it a bland, cheap ripoff of them? Yes!"
Type: Rabbit who Promotes Terrorism
Species: Rabbit
Status: Deceased
Media of Origin: Tomorrow's Pioneers
First Appearance: "Assoud Arrives"
Last Appearance: "Assoud is Martyred"


Assoud is a costume-based character who appeared in the infamous Palestinian propaganda show Tomorrow's Pioneers. He, along with Farfour, Nahool, and Nassur, were widely hated worldwide for several reasons.


Why He Sucks, Doc

  1. He is an evil rip-off and bootleg of both Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit.
  2. He doesn't just look bad, but he looks heartless.
  3. Due to being a costume-based character, Assoud can't even express emotions.
  4. Assoud also completely disgraces Bugs and Roger himself.
  5. Like Farfour, his voice is just plain awful, to the point that it's way worse than even Horace from The Problem Solverz.
  6. He was tortured and punished whenever he does something.
    • For stealing money, he was told to get his hand cut off.
  7. His design is very cheaply-made.
  8. Assoud's personality is very bland.
  9. Assoud is nothing more than a symbol of terrorism, which not only makes him unlikeable but also tragic.
  10. In one scene, Assoud said he'll kill anyone who is Jewish, which is something Adolf Hitler would say.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. His design, though cheap, is okay at best.
  2. He was thankfully killed off in Season 3.
  3. His voice is an improvement over Farfour and Nahoul.
  4. Along with the rest of the characters, he was never seen again after Tomorrow's Pioneers was not only cancelled but banned in many countries.
  5. To be fair, him getting his hands cut off would be fitting for him. Or anyone on the show.