Beatrix Farmer

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Beatrix Farmer was a female rabbit character created by Steve Gallacci. She had white fur and distinctive black eartips.


Bea, otherwise a very normal and well-adjusted young girl, became a reluctant superhero as a result of extra-dimensional intervention. Saved from being "collateral damage" during a drive-by shooting, she finds herself clothed in a metallic maroon jumpsuit that confers invulnerability on her. The catch -- it can't be removed, and it negates the need to eat, drink, sleep or engage in other ordinary functions (like sex). Beatrix is understandably not thrilled by the situation, or eager to fight crime for a paycheck every week.


  • In 1995 the full length comic Tales of Beatrix Farmer was published by Mu Press. The "origin" issue was illustrated throughout by Taral Wayne, and written mainly by Steve with some tinkering by Taral. This first issue was reprinted in full colour by Vision Comics two years later. A subsequent second issue followed a short time after, (written and illustrated by Taral).
  • A short Beatrix story appeared in Valiant Varmints in 1998. As well as the superhero stories, there were a small number of pre-suit short pieces, one illustrated by Taral, a second by Steve Gallacci, and two others by Terrie Smith.
  • White female rabbits with black eartips occurred frequently in background crowd scenes throughout the run of Albedo Anthropomorphics. Presumably these were early character concepts that later coalesced to become Beatrix.[citation needed]
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