A team of superheroines who travel the universe fighting space evil. Inspirations included Lost in Space, the original Star Trek, Space Ghost and The Herculoids, Heavy Metal and Heavy Metal 2000, Airplane II: The Sequel, Howard the Duck, Spaceballs, Amazon Women on the Moon, Felix the Cat: The Movie, Earthworm Jim, The 5th Element, Starship Troopers, and Futurama.
In the distant future, there exist humanoid beings that look like idealized humans, but if viewed at the microscopic level, are made of nanobots rather than cells. These beings, called humanoids, are grown like human embryos in human surrogates and then raised by human parents, such that they eventually develop humanlike language skills and an intuition for human behavioral nuance. These humanoids were created as part of a government program to create super-soldiers and super-spies. Eventually the program was gutted, and the humanoids who were not yet fully-grown were sold off to weapons dealers or worse, sextoy purveyors. Five of the gynoids (female humanoids) repurposed and sold as sex-robots rebel against their human slavemasters and strike out on their own to travel the universe fighting space evil.
The Space Bunnies weren’t the only MiTech® gynoids to strike out on their own. Some took a far harsher stance against their human oppressors, while others returned to work for the humans to combat the gynoid uprising, thus working in a capacity ironically similar to what the humans initially had in mind for the MiTech® gynoids.
Numerous creatures live in space, including on planets, which are also in space.