A lot of you might agree that, while the MLP movie was great, its large cast of characters results in some of those characters not getting the proper exploration that they deserve (comic and book prequels notwithstanding), and some events are quickly glossed over. So if you've read any fanfics lately that are based on the movie (whether they take place before, during, or after), use this blog to recommend them to other Wiki users.
My own first recommendation is "Mrs. Robinson's Stand" by WishyWish, which takes place during the movie after Twilight and her friends go over the waterfall near Canterlot. After she takes control of the city, Tempest Shadow faces unexpected resistance when Miss Cheerilee protects her class of foals from being cap…Read more >
The My Little Pony panel took place at San Diego Comic-Con today, with -- all things considered -- fairly little fanfare (but I suppose that's to be expected without an actual clip for us to chew on). Nonetheless, Equestria Daily recapped what was revealed/discussed during the panel. What were you favorite tidbits about MLP that the panel revealed?
And while we're on the subject of Comic-Con -- because Comic-Con covers much more than just MLP -- if you are following/attending this year's con, what have been your favorite announcements/reveals so far? Here are some of mine:
- A new gameplay trailer for Steven Universe: Save the Light
- A clip for Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling
- A clip for Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie
- A clip for Star vs. the Forces of E…
Lately, I've been thinking about MLP ships. (I place partial blame for this on Legends of Magic #4. Ever since No Second Prances, I almost forgot I used to ship Starlight Glimmer and Sunburst.) But not just ships in general - ships that I consider to be underrated/underappreciated. Ships that other people might not expect (the common term for this type of ship is "crack shipping"). Ships that, for whatever reason, I like even if I still prefer other ships over them. So I thought, why the hell not? I'll share some of my favorite underrated/unexpected ships with you and explain in minor detail why I like them.
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Right off the bat, you're probably thinking to yourself, "Impy, you forgettable fool! Applejack hates Flim! Do you not re…
Oh, look. Another one of these posts. I'm so original. :P
Some of my previous ideas KIND OF came true (or are going to later in the season), so I reworked some old ideas and mixed in some new ones.
- The Breezie Pox: A mysterious illness befalls the Breezies, and Seabreeze turns to Fluttershy – and the works of Mage Meadowbrook – for help.
- Coco's Curtain Call: When all the lead actors in Coco
Pommel's big Bridleway debut become incapacitated at the last
minute, the Mane Six step in to fill their horseshoes.
- The Convention Floor Caper: Twilight, Rarity, and Moon Dancer attend Canterlot BookCon to meet the author of the Shadow Spade novels and find themselves embroiled in a real Shadow Spade-style mystery when the author inexplicably goes missing. …
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In case some of you aren't aware, according to Zap2It/Screener, a couple of upcoming season 7 episodes are "scheduled" to air on Treehouse TV in Canada ahead of their U.S. premieres. (Why "scheduled" is in quotation marks will be made clear below.)
- Fluttershy Leans In, set to air on May 6 in the U.S., is scheduled to air on Treehouse on April 30.
- Forever Filly, set to air on May 13 in the U.S., is scheduled to air on Treehouse on May 6.
- Parental Glideance, set to air on May 20 in the U.S., may be scheduled to air on Treehouse on May 7.
At first glance, this paints a troubling image that Treehouse is doing double premiere weekends, with one new episode airing on Saturday mornings and another new episode on Sunday mornings. However, before we all …Read more >