The last of the Mane Six comicfolios are on their way from IDW Limited, featuring Pinkie Pie and Applejack! These limited collections are shipping now, and you can get one for the cool cost of $25. For more photos, check the gallery below.
With another month comes another entry in the second series of Pony comics, and June’s entry promises to be one full of parties and shenanigans led by the boisterous Pinkie Pie. With Micro #5 in our hands, the back stretch of the Mane Six’s micro series comics is almost done. Pinkie Pie’s spotlight story is brought to us by a brand new artist/writer team of Ben Bates and Ted Anderson, who have yet to contribute to the Pony comics. They’ll be names that will become familiar, as they’re already tapped for the #7 Cutie Mark Crusaders Micro. So how did they do in their debut effort? Read more to find out.
Now that ComicsAlliance has bust back out on the scene after their short hiatus, they’re back providing us with longer previews of upcoming issues of pony comics. This Wednesday, Micro #5 featuring Pinkie Pie will hit comic stores.,It’s written by Ted Anderson and drawn by Ben Bates, and if you’re a fan of the party pony and her love of fun, this is shaping up to be a quality outing.
To check out the preview, head on over to their site.
With Fluttershy’s Micro series comic having been released for only a scant week or so, the party pony can’t help but try to steal the spotlight, and Pinkie Pie’s micro series comic by IDW Publishing is ready for pre-order on iTunes. And it of course comes with the requisite preview pages! Written by Ted Anderson and drawn by Ben Bates, the comic is due for release on June 19th.
To check out the high-resolution retina quality copies, check behind the cut.
Today’s featured content is from first time guest author, Metaright!
Works of fiction can find an audience in surprising places when the creators are determined to produce a quality product. This has led to the runaway popularity of Friendship is Magic, which owes the existence of its unexpected demographic of adults to its intelligent writing. Normally, two aspects of the writing that Friendship is Magic does particularly well—characterization and humor—go hand-in-hand, playing off each other as the humor is first produced from strong characterization, which in turn allows the characterization to grow.
However, the show is not foolproof in this regard. To demonstrate, I will be examining the hyperactive party pony herself, Pinkie Pie. Perhaps no other character is as divisive as Pinkie from a humor standpoint, and even the most loyal pony fans can have wildly different viewpoints about her. Why is Pinkie so special in this regard? Find out after the break.
Granted that today is apparently the pink pony’s party-riffic birthday, it’s only appropriate that we celebrate it with some Pinkie powered fun! Hot Topic has released their latest Hot Minute with ponies, and it’s embedded here for your viewing convenience.
Ted Anderson is the writer of the upcoming Micro Series #5 comic by IDW Publishing, which features everyone’s favorite pink party pony, Pinkie Pie! He and artist Ben Bates are joining forces to portray the princess of parties in her very own spotlight issue, which is due in June of this year. Ted sat down with us (metaphorically speaking) to discuss ponies, writing, comics, and just when to send in the clowns.
It’s that time again—time for another rousing edition of Photoshop Fun Day! In issue #4 of the IDW My Little Pony Comics, a particular sequence of panels stood out as a bit shocking. Pinkie Pie opens a door which contains a monster that stares back into her soul. Forums user Fizzbuzz took the panel and created a transparent knockout version, ready for anyone to composite in their GIF or still of choice. Here’s the original for you to see.
Our forums, naturally full of creative people, took the challenge by the horns and responded by turning the looking glass back upon itself. We’ve scoured the thread for some of the funniest entries in the thread to share with you. What was the mystery behind the door? Look behind the cut to find out.
Friendship is Magic has a fantastic cast in Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, and Pinkie Pie. They’re quirky, outspoken, neurotic, and nuanced. And colorful? Sure, I guess. There’s the blue one, the white one, the, um, the other blue one, the tan one, the…pale green one? This is harder than I thought. At least Pinkie’s got the answer right there in her name. When you look at My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic through the eyes of the colorblind, you gain a new understanding for how the show communicates its themes. Read on for more!
SHOUT! Factory, the US distributor of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic DVDs, has announced another volume in their compilation disc series. According to Equestria Daily, the next compilation volume DVD set contains episodes themed around everyone’s favorite pink party pony, and it’s due for release very soon on January 29. The DVD will include the following episodes:
Feeling Pinkie Keen
Party of One
A Friend In Deed
Too Many Pinkie Pies
The single disc will be a Wal-Mart Exclusive with an MSRP of $14.97. ■
[Source: Equestria Daily]