I met my friend Jacob the Happy Rabbit about 18 months ago. He appeared in some comics that I made and He and I became good friends.
I like Jacob because he is always happy, and can cheer me up when I am down.
I had never met any of Jacob's relatives until I met his cousin Jacob the unhappy rabbit earlier this morning. They are cousins, but they are very different. Jacob the unhappy rabbit lives in a small patch of grass in a parking lot in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Jacob the unhappy rabbit is a realist. His thoughts have even influenced the way he looks and given his fur and features a more realistic look than his cousin's. Jacob the unhappy rabbit feels lonesome all the time, even when he is surrounded by other rabbits. I like Jacob the unhappy rabbit, but I feel bad for him. He says he has an empty feeling inside his rabbit belly. I tried to pet him, but he moved out of the way.
Jacob the Happy Rabbit lives all over the world. He hops from place to place and meets different people and objects and animals and they almost always make him happy. Sometimes he makes them happy too. He has only met his cousin twice. I'm not sure what would happen if they spent more time together. Maybe I can lock them in a rabbit hole together for a few days and see what happens. Somebody could make a reality show about it.
If you haven't met Jacob the happy rabbit before (pictured above), you can see him in these videos. "Kabuki" Comic book artist David Mack, encouraged me to make my own comic, so I went home and drew Jacob. Later, many nice artists helped me draw Jacob comics, like James Jean and Paul Pope. I haven't made a Jacob comic lately, but maybe I will do one soon.