Who knew that Rainbow Dash was such a bookworm?
Give bronies a break! In defense of adult My Little Pony fans
On the Hub Network's all-new My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic(Saturday, 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT), the loyal pegasus is in a dither because her favorite author A.K. Yearling (a nod to Harry Potter authorJ.K. Rowling) will be releasing her new book soon. Check out this exclusive sneak peek of "Daring Don't":
Can Princess Twilight Sparkle save the day again? When My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic returns for its fourth season on Saturday, Nov. 23 (10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT, Hub Network), the newly minted alicorn...
This weekend, more than 6,000 attendees are expected at BronyCon, the largest convention for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fans, most of whom are young adult males. Since the revamped series debuted on The Hub in October 2010, it has developed a devoted following outside its intended demographic of girls ages 2 to 11. These unexpected fans, known as bronies, have grown into a diverse and impassioned community, united over one thing: a sincere love of ponies.
There's nothing ironic or perverse about bronies, though at first mention one might assume so. But this hesitation is understandable. Even a lot of bronies were reluctant to start watching the series. "I actually didn't like it the first time I saw it," explains Sethisto, who runs the popular pony site Equestria Daily.
The key word for the next season of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is "more."
At the packed Comic-Con panel for The Hub's cult-favorite cartoon series, story editor Meghan McCarthy revealed that Season 4 will feature more songs and more opportunities for the second tier characters to get screentime. And although new episodes won't premiere until the winter, the bronies and pegasisters present were in good spirits after an impromptu sing-along of the theme song and an exclusive four-minute look at unfinished animatics.
Whether you're an alien with two hearts, a clone with identity issues or a part-faerie waitress, Comic-Con is the place for you. The annual convention will hit San Diego Thursday-Sunday to allow fans from all genres to let their geek flag fly. TVGuide.com will wade through this sea of cosplay and free hugs to get the scoop on the latest entertainment news. Here are 14 things we're looking forward to the most at Comic-Con:
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1. The truth is still out there