Compared to her "trophy girl" personality in Space Jam , her personality differs greatly in this show. She is also incredibly seductive in her behavior, quite capable of easily charming men around her as displayed with the other Looney Tunes in her first appearance in the movie but with none more so than Bugs Bunny himself, her eventual boyfriend. She is a tough talking, no-nonsense woman as displayed by her reactions to being called the term "doll," which she finds to be derogatory and highly offensive who is extremely independent and self-reliant. In the action comedy Loonatics Unleashed , her descendant is Lexi Bunny, who seems to be the first in command of the Loonatics team over Ace Bunny the descendant of Bugs. Although another of famous animators working on animated shorts with Bugs Bunny and his friends, Isadore "Friz" Freleng, didn't get to see the "Space Jam" Freleng died in , though he did give his opinion about pairing Bugs Bunny with women. In this film Lola Bunny was planned to be Bugs Bunny's female counterpart. In the wake of Lola Bunny's initial movie appearance, many Looney Tunes fans have noticed some differences between the character's appearance as seen in "Space Jam", and the design used in subsequent promotional images and merchandising:.
In the meantime, however, Freleng created a few sericels in which we see Bugs Bunny showing his emotions to Honey Bunny.
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She is shown with tan fur, blonde bangs, and wears a yellow tank-top, purple shorts and a matching purple rubber band on both ears like a ponytail. Lola is voiced by Kath Soucie in the film. She values her love for Bugs greatly, and will go at any length to see he feels the same for her.