It’s a Saturday morning, which means a few convention announcements have arrived.
BronyDays in France is pleased to announce two special guests. One is M.A. Larson, show writer, who will be making his first fan event trip to Europe! Larson, writer of episodes like Sonic Rainboom and Luna Eclipsed, will grace France with his presence. In addition, fan animator JanAnimations will be attending the convention as an honored guest. BronyDays is on October 26-27 in Montreuil, France.
Meanwhile, TrotCon has announced their list of musicians Eurobeat Brony, Sonic Breakbeat, DJ Lupo B, Sgt-Whip, Chang31ing, LizardRock, PhillyPu, GreenTintedGoggles, Mogul Dash, SMOR3S, andSteven, A.D. TrotCon will be held on June 14-16 in Columbus, Ohio.
For the complete releases from both cons, check behind the cut.
Good news for those attending BronyCon: Princess Celestia will be there! Nicole Oliver, the voice of Princess Celestia and Cheerilee, will be attending the largest pony fan gathering. This marks her third BronyCon, after attending the January and June events last year.
BronyCon will be held on August 2-4 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
Written by Katie Cook and drawn by Andy Price, #10 is the conclusion to the two-part story set forth in #9 featuring everyone’s silent stallion, Big Macintosh.
The trials and tribulations of Big Mac continue! His epic journey continues, as Big Mac must come face to face with some of the most unique citizens of Ponyville. DRAMA! REVELATIONS! DANCING! This one’s got it all!
Written by Ted Anderson and drawn by Ben Bates (the same team behind Micro #5),
On a hike through the woods the Cutie Mark Crusaders come across a creature unlike anything they’ve ever seen! When their new friend shows off an incredible ability, the Crusaders see an opportunity to earn their Cutie Marks! But their new friend is hiding an important secret that is sure to have a big impact on our tiny trio!
Sunnier months and vacations are upon us, and that means that the pony fan convention scene is beginning in earnest. The first of the returning big-name cons to run this year is Equestria LA in Anaheim, California. Debuting a scant six months after the first EQLA, the 2013 edition aimed to get the jump on the rest of the con circuit and hold their event in the prime late spring/early summer months instead of at the end of the year. Was this the right plan, and how well did the convention go? Read on to find out.
Today’s a big day for comics. MLP: FiM Issue #7 is now out, continuing the saga of nightmares! If you have it already, you can talk about it in our forum. If you have yet to buy it, you can find #7 at your favorite local comics shop, online retailers like Things From Another World, or from digital distributors like Comixology and iTunes.
In addition, the trade paperback collection of issues #1-#4 is now available today as well. You can procure it at your favorite local bookstore or Amazon. ■
Now available on iTunes for preorder, the fourth installment in IDW’s Micro Series comics featuring Fluttershy is coming Real Soon Now! Due on May 30, the Micro comic will be written by Barbara Kesel, drawn by Tony Fleecs, and will feature our favorite animal loving pegasus in twenty two pages of glorious color.
For the retina quality preview images, check behind the cut.
Comics news site Comicosity has posted a seven page preview of Friendship is Magic #7, the next issue of the mainline pony comics. The issue is due to be released tomorrow via print and digitial, but if you need a hit, you can head over there to check out the pages in their full color glory.
The upcoming Sweet Apple Acres Con has announced that Lee Tokar, the recently emmy nominated voice actor for Snips and the sea serpent Steven Magnet will be attending the convention this July in Nashville, Tennessee.
For more information about registration and the convention, you can read the full press release below.
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic has been nominated in two categories for Overall Sound and Musical Score of the 2013 Leo Awards,the industry awards for the Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Foundation of British Columbia.
Daniel Ingram and Stephan Andrews (Composers) have been nominated in the category ‘Best Musical Score in an Animated Program or Series’ for their work on the Season 3 episode Magical Mystery Cure.