We have an amazing opportunity for you, My Little Pony fans! Wikia is heading to Comic-Con this year and we have the chance to interview the writers/execs of MLP and some of the voices behind our ponies (including my personal favorite, Pinkie Pie).
Who will be there? Cast members include Tara Strong (Twilight Sparkle), Andrea Libman (Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy), Tabitha St. Germain (Rarity) and Cathy Weseluck (Spike).
We wanted to open the opportunity for questions up to the community. Do you have burning questions for the talent behind My Little Pony? Tell us in the comments and we'll relay them!Read more >
Yesterday, an amazing visionary and technology pioneer Steve Jobs passed away. As co-founder to Apple and former CEO of Pixar, Steve Jobs changed the landscape of the industry in the years to come.
Since the sad news of his death yesterday, the Internet has been abuzz with personal tributes for Steve Jobs. Bronies and MLP fans far and wide have taken to their own personal brand of tributes and here's our favorite!
If you've seen others, feel free to add here! Or pen your own tribute to Steve Jobs. Anyone who's ever used a product by Apple is holding a little bit of his legacy.Read more >
What's a "bronie," you ask? Good question...bronies are the devoted worshippers of "My Little Ponies." To be exact, they are "bro ponies." Yes, they are older men, 20's to 40's, who are dedicated to everything My Little Ponies. Are you surprised? After all, the show is geared towards a much younger audience. But these men beg to differ.
Wired has the inside scoop on this passionate faction of bronies who make fan videos of My Little Ponies on Youtube, collect MLP Happy Meals, and dedicate MLP fanart of deviantART.
Are bronies embarrassed about their forbidden hobby? Heck no! In this enlightened day and age, they're breaking all gender norms and barriers to fawn over the sweet ponies. Do we have any closet bronies at My Little Ponies Wiki? Do…Read more >