My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic has been airing on The Hub Network thanks to the geniuses over at Hasbro. However, Hasbro has decided that they will be stepping back away from The Hub Network. Does this mean anything for the future of My Little Pony? Ah, no, not really. Hasbro will retain a piece of the pony pie and will control a amount of the programming schedule. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic isn’t going anywhere. Rest assured ponies. So why is Hasbro pulling up and going home? The Hub Network is owned by Discovery Communications Inc, and when Hasbro partnered up with Discovery/Hub the idea behind the union was to make Discovery a force in the children’s television market…. Read more »
A company called SpaceLab9 and Hasbro Studios have teamed up together to release a best of the music from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic onto a vinyl picture disc LP. The picture disc will be sold in two different variants which will include a ‘Princess Celestia’ and ‘Princess Luna’ on each separately. Although the core twelve tracks on the picture disc will remain the same on both variants, each version will include two exclusive bonus tracks and completely unique artwork. Featuring music composed by Daniel Ingram, the My Little Pony picture disc will feature the Brony favorite songs as “The Gala Song”, “Love in Bloom”, “Becoming Popular” and several other jams from the the Hub Network series.
Holy moly Pony roly! There is a totally awesome new MLP poster book on Amazon. It features forty full-color posters inspired by the hit animated series. The book, which has a written contribution from Miranda Skeffington hit Amazon back in June, yet, the release was overlooked by many. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Collectible Poster Book is filled with gorgeous stylized images and illustrations inspired by actual events and items seen on the hit animated television series, all the pages in the Collectible Poster Book can be removed and displayed everywhere from frame to lockers to castle walls even! Includes posters of all of your favorite ponies in addition to Film & Flam, Madame Pinkie Pie, Nightmare Moon, and… Read more »
Earlier this week on Twitter, Hasbro announced that they will be delaying the release of the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks soundtrack. The CD and music from the film was supposed to be released yesterday on 9/09, and instead we were treated to the following Tweet: What’s the deal, Hasbro?
Are you following along with the conversation over on the IDW forums about the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic comic book series? If not, you should be, and here’s why: Firstly, all of the people that work over at IDW, from the Editor [Bobby Curnow] to some of the artists involved in the series all openly answer fans questions about the upcoming issues of the MLP: FIM comic. They allow fans to offer us suggestions for future issues. What would it look like if My Little Pony was mashed up with Jem & The Holograms? Or how about if the Ponies appeared in the same issue as theTransformers. Or what about Evangelion? The mind boggles with such possibilites when… Read more »
Have you see the My Nephew is a Brony letters that have been popping up recently across the internet on various websites? Usually appearing in a “Dear Abby” type of advice columnist format the letter is from a women who reports that her nephew is interested in Bronies and My Little Pony. She takes her nephew to buy him a lunchbox for school and he decides that he wants a MLP lunchbox. Out of worry, the boy’s mother suggests that the boy will get picked on at school for carrying such a lunch box. The women writing the letter then goes on to ask for advice about how she should handle this gender situation herself. We here at Brony.com think… Read more »