Just Try And Stop It by ~Art-Anon
Clop, or mature to adult fan made content depicting characters in the show (or original characters), has been a controversial subject for quite some time and has sprouted many heated arguments among bronies. So what’s the big deal about what ponies like to do in the privacy of their own home (and post on the internet)?
Full article behind the page break. (And not so much of what you’re probably thinking. -DS)
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Via FPgirl Facebook
Today, on the official My Little Pony Facebook Page, a link was shared to the page to FashionPlaytes, a company that creates fashion lines and accessories for girls. We reported on them in early April. However, the post announces that they will now be selling adult sized, unisex My Little Pony T-shirts, and other accessories.
The example T-shirts shown in the photo aren’t the best we’ve seen, and most of the We Love Fine merchandise will take the cake, but I myself look forward to picking up a CMC Roller Ponies T-shirt soon!
The Facebook Post
The Fashion Playtes MLP merch page
I'mmmmmm A Celestia! by *MutatingRaven
This question has plagued my mind for a while now, and I’m sure it has been festering in the minds of others as well; which came first, the cutie mark or the name? Some may say that it was obviously the name, but then why do their names match up with their cutie marks so well? We could just accept the most probable answer, which is that the creators of the show created most ponies in their adult form and gave them a name AFTER drawing in their cutie mark, but as Discord might say… where’s the fun in that!? So for your entertainment, I present to you, the top ten cutie mark discussion quotes, in no particular order, that I could find on the Internet.
(Note: For now, most quotes will remain anonymous, especially since so many bronies don’t seem to know that “Granny Smith” is a type of apple. However, if you find yourself quoted here and wish to take credit, just leave a comment and your name will be added in.)
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My Shiny Teeth and Me by Capt-Nemo
So Forces of Geek is hosting a contest. The prize is one of three autographed prints of the Royal Wedding advertisement thingy. Each one is signed by both Meghan McCarthy and Tara Strong. Unfortunately (for some) this contest is for US residents only. Contest ends on May 13th. So to those who live in the US: Click the link below, answer question, send email, and… profit?
Enter it here!
Earlier today, Daniel Ingram, on his Facebook page, asked the community if there was anything he could do to help on the Massive Smile! Project, a “We Are The World”–style production revolving around the Pinkie Pie feature song of A Friend in Deed, the Smile Song.
This project will feature some of the best brony musicians in what is likely to be one of the most ambitious and rewarding community endeavors of the season. The project features other 14 artists, including Mic The Microphone and the Living Tombstone. The sale of this album, upon its release, will support the non-profit organization Your Siblings.
Check it out: Massive Smile! Project!
Photo by Michael O’shea (via Rolling Stone)
Today on rollingstone.com, of the Rolling Stone music magazine, an article was posted featuring one of our favorite composers, Daniel Ingram, who linked to it on his Facebook page. The article has a fair summary of the brony community and recounts the history of the music within the show, but also includes quotes from Ingram himself. The article even mentions some of our own artists: The Living Tombstone, Alex S, and finally Eurobeat Brony. Within the article are multiple embedded YouTube clips, including the Living Tombstone’s remix of Discord by Eurobeat Brony.
There are no spoilers in regards to the season finale in the article. Read it here.