BronyCon is proud to once again welcome the voice of Princess Celestia and Cheerilee, Nicole Oliver!
Well known for her work on shows such as Ranma ½, Littlest Pet Shop, X-Men: Evolution and Maison Ikkoku, Oliver is also a talented actress appearing in episodes of everything from Stargate SG-1 to Supernatural. In addition to those impressive credits, she’s dabbled in producing and directing for television and film. We’re honored to have her grace our stage a third time!
Will you be in Paris, France, on October 26 and 27? If not, better make arrangements now to teleport there because M.A. Larson and JanAnimations will be.
You should also support their Indiegogo campaign, and maybe they’ll be able to fly in even more M.A. Larsons!
The BronyDays staff is thrilled to announce that M.A. Larson and JanAnimation will attend the convention in Paris, October 2013!
M.A. Larson is the writer who brought us amazing episodes such as Sonic Rainboom, Return of Harmony, Luna Eclipsed, Magic Duel and Magical Mystery Cure, and is overall “one of the biggest driving forces toward a unified narrative in the show”.
JanAnimation is a very talented artist, well-known for having animated the songs “Picture Perfect Pony”, and “Meet the Bronies” for the brony documentary.We are currently running an Indiegogo campaign which has permitted us to invite these amazing guests, and we will be able to invite even more provided that we get enough fund, so contributing would help us welcome guests of honour from all europe and beyond! Not to mention that you can get some cool rewards by donating, including a lunch with all the guests!
More info about the BronyDays here!
“If, as occasionally happens, there are two subtitles in the original (an awkward contingency), a colon normally precedes the first and a semicolon the second.” —The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, §14.98
- Google has added pony Easter eggs to Hangout, as Geek.com reports.
- Botcon gets an exclusive Transformers-MLP crossover comic cover.
- Katie Cook is at Motor City Comic Con today, as The Daily Oat reports. Go and meet her!
- Here are the Q3 2013 results for DHX Media
(I wish I knew why they don’t call it Q1). Cantercast informs me that this is due to fiscal year’s not conforming to calender years. Thanks! Since it’s a Canadian company, I then would’ve expected it to run from April 1 to March 31 of the next year, but that doesn’t add up either. Oh well.
- Vectored Thrust again reminds us to remind you to say #ThankYouDHX.
- There will be a black and white reprint of the first edition of the comic (so people can learn to appreciate Heather Breckel’s coloring work). Thanks to RealZero for the submission (but it had popped up minutes earlier on our spy satellites anyway).
- Have a look at some script pages, in case you weren’t at Equestria LA or missed them.
- A new, mysterious (probably Equestria Girls) blu-ray is on the horizon. Originally slanted for “August,” the title now just says “fall,” but the date “August 6, 2013” has remained unchanged. Here an additional source from blu-ray.com.
- One of Steffan Andrews’s songs has been cut from Equestria Girls. Bugger. But Daniel Ingram approves of the trailer song, which is not his work. Furthermore, Mr. Andrews might or might not have scored another episode.
- Finally congrats to Daniel Ingram and Steffan Andrews for their Leo Award nomination for the score of Magical Mystery Cure. Congrats also to Marcel Duperreault, Todd Araki, Jason Fredrickson, and Adam McGhie for “Best Overall Sound” in Sleepless in Ponyville. More congrats to all the other nominees; here a few of those we know: Sam Vincent (Slugterra), Lee Tockar (Slugterra), Andrew Francis (Slugterra), Shannon Chan Kent (Slugterra), Vincent Tong (Yoga Town). Who did I forget?
Can’t buy any more soused herring (“Matjes”)? Then how about an awkward segue to DRM-infected online purchases instead?
GalaCon kindly forwarded the following information to us.
Our partner and sponsor EDEL:Kids is proud to inform you all that as of last Monday the first season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is now available in SD and HD on the German iTunes. Currently only in German, but within the next weeks all episodes will also be avaiable with 5.1 English audio.Volume 1 is available for €9.99, all others for €8.99.
Dear Princess Luna,
Well hello there fair princess. I promised a few weeks ago to give our lovely Princess of the Night a little fair treatment. So may we entertain you with the music of fandom? On this episode Midnight Shadow guests while sandy is out. And Markarian, Bejoty, and Pony Tim of Everfree Northwest come on to talk shop about their upcoming convention. In addition to telling us what really psyches them for next year we get into Equestria LA discussions, if streaming makes sense for conventions, continued discussion on Equestria Girls, and custom voiceboxes I may need to make a reality! Anyway, enjoy princess and may you sleep well.
PS – Show notes can be found on the following Google Doc.
Episode page: http://bronyshow.com/?p=1067
Saturday , Newsbrony of BNN, the Brony News Network is going to unveil an interview with the inimitable Amy Keating Rogers on their YouTube channel.
We’ll add the interview in here once it has been released.
Hi there! Newsbrony here. I’m the host of the Brony News Network, and if you don’t know about my show, then you’re missing out! We feature pony news, humor, music, videos, interviews, and more, all on BNN! We put out a new episode every Saturday evening, and this Saturday, we have our biggest episode yet! Amy Keating Rogers, one of the writers for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, stops by (virtually) for an interview! Be sure to tune in! You won’t wanna miss it!
Looking for yet another reason to attend BronyCon? We are happy to announce the talented Michelle Creber as one of our guests of honor!
Although she’s only 13, Creber already has an impressive number of roles under her belt. Aside from her well-known work as the speaking and singing voice of Applebloom and the singing voice of Sweetie Belle, she’s acted on the screen and stage in shows like Supernatural and R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour and musicals such as The Wizard of Oz and Annie. Creber has also released two music albums, including one in collaboration with popular brony musicians The Living Tombstone, Mic the Microphone, and MandoPony.
For more information about Michelle Creber and BronyCon’s other VIPs, visit our guest page. Don’t forget to check our Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, as we’ll be releasing more exciting announcements soon!