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My Little Pony

  1. Alesia Stein Explains More About Hasbro, Zazzle, And The Brony Bro-Haha

    This might be as close to the pony's mouth as Zazzle will let us get.

    Yesterday we reported on a possible legal issue surrounding the use of the word "brony" in fan-made merchandise. To provide more context and clear up any confusion surrounding her interactions with Zazzle, Alesia Stein, i.e. Mandomommy herself, sent us this e-mail update.

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  2. A Brief History of Fandom, Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Being a Fan

    (The) Doctor (and a) Strange Love

    In the beginning, I was not a fan. I liked stuff - Firefly, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings - but the tween who freaked over Bon Jovi and baseball grew up and moved out. I knew about fans; I married a classic Trekkie, who memorizes music cues and can name an episode by its first five seconds, and who first went to Comic-Con in 1972. But I thought, as so many do, that fandom was the domain of man-children with a less than firm grasp on reality. Then I met the Doctor.

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  3. Lock Up Your Bronies, Hasbro May Be Claiming Creative Control Over My Little Pony‘s Adult Fans

    Friendship is magic an infringement on property rights.

    Frankly, I'm surprised it took this long: after four years of growing ubiquity, the good "Brony" name and all its accompanying fan-made creations may now be owned by Hasbro. Everyone put your hooves where I can see them and back away from Deviantart. Slowly.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Ladies-Cut 11th Doctor Coat

    Things We Saw Today

    Remember when ThinkGeek sold an officially licensed 10th Doctor coat in a ladies cut? They'll finally got 11 for sale. 

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  5. Weird Al to Guest Star on My Little Pony

    Bronies everywhere give each other brohoofs.

    This Saturday, Twitter will be responsible for the collaboration no one could have predicted but we've all subconsciously been craving. Weird Al will be one of the first ever guest voice actors on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic—as a party-planning pony named Cheese Sandwich.

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  6. Your Childhood, But More Badass (And A Little Scary)

    Our Adorable Past

    French illustrator Sylvain Sarrailh may make you think you're remembering childhood wrong with his series of "BADASS" character designs. Some may make you laugh, others may make you cry, but part of me is curled up in the corner rocking back and forth saying, "Can't sleep, clown will eat me."

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  7. Shut The Internet Down, There’s A Professionally Shot Brony-Themed Porn In Existence

    Yep, this planet is oficially ruined. Let's go populate a new one.

    So apparently a press release for "Adult Entertainment's 1st Brony-Themed Movie" just went out. Want to know how we know this? Because a whole bunch of people on that e-mail list took to Twitter at once to document their shrieking, horrified agony.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: A Dragon With a Secret Weakness

    Things We Saw Today

    Birthday parties. (That's Nerdalicious!)

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  9. Conquer Equestria And R’lyeh With My Little Cthulhu Pony

    Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

    Bigshot Toyworks is developing a project called "Friendship is Maddness," so - naturally - they've gone ahead and decided it will feature a Cthulhu/My Little Pony crossover named Maddie. We would prefer not to think the Cthulhu-on-pony action that might have created her.

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  10. My Little Raptor: Friendship is Clever

    i'll just leave this here

    I can think of several improvements that being deinonychus would deliver to pony society. For one, folks other than unicorns would be able to turn doorknobs and pick up pencils. Of course, all those pegasus would have to come down from the sky, but certainly that's a small price to pay for two razor sharp disemboweling claws. The real question is, can Spike be a hypothetical placental mammal ancestor?

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