My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Volume Welcome to Ponyville home of Twilight Sparkle Rainbow Dash Rarity Fluttershy Pinkie Pie Applejack and all your other favorite Ponies Something s not right in the town though as some of the inh

  • Title: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Volume 1
  • Author: Katie Cook Andy Price
  • ISBN: 9781613776056
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Welcome to Ponyville, home of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, and all your other favorite Ponies Something s not right in the town though, as some of the inhabitants are acting very, very strange It s up to the Mane Six to find the source of the weirdness before it s too late Collects My Little Pony Friendship is Magic issues Welcome to Ponyville, home of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, and all your other favorite Ponies Something s not right in the town though, as some of the inhabitants are acting very, very strange It s up to the Mane Six to find the source of the weirdness before it s too late Collects My Little Pony Friendship is Magic issues 1 4.

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    1. Seeing a My Little Pony review just now reminded me of an internet challenge that once resulted in a fair amount of wasted time in my circle of friends. If you look at the demographics page for My Little Pony: The TV Movie, you'll find that it gets an average vote of 5.1 from men and 7.4 from women, making a difference of 2.3. So here's the challenge: can you find a movie with a larger difference between the male and female ratings? It's remarkably hard.__________________________________Antonom [...]

    2. See more reviews at YA Midnight ReadsThis was probably biased as I am a pegasisterbut let the 13 year old have some fun, right? I was first introduced to My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic when last year from my little sister. And I am SO grateful for that as now, from looking at my Twilight Sparkle Avatar, I am a pegasister to the heart and would kill for anything MLP. Thanks to a very lovely person on GR, I found this awesome book on NetGalley. I practically freaked out. What made me also die [...]

    3. 4.5 starsI have been a big fan of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic T.V. show for quite some time now. For me, the friendship between the six amazing ponies and their unique personalities are always fun to watch. So when I got accepted to read the first volume in the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic series I squeed with joy.*Squee!And then after the squee-fest, I read the comic. And omg, I loved it!The story begins with the changeling queen, Queen Chrysalis turning every pony in P [...]

    4. This is one book I thought I wouldn't read. Comic books for me are all about superheroes and magical ponies are just not my cup of tea. But since I got it for free from iTunes as its book of the week, I might as well give it a try.I must admit that it was a better read than I expected. One has to look beyond the magical ponies and to see that this was a sword and sorcery fantasy story similar in vein to the genre of books that I enjoy. It's about friendship, loyalty and being able to look into t [...]

    5. Published on my blog:vanillamoonblog/2013/04/28It all happened one day when I was browsing NetGalley's new titles and I've seen this cute comic. As a huge fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic TV series, I just had to read this! It was exactly what I was looking for, maybe even better!The drawings are incredibly cute, although a little bit different from how the ponies have been drawn in the actual show. The story really grabbed my attention from the very first pages and I couldn't wait to [...]

    6. Updated Review:This is going to take some explaining before we begin.A lot of you are likely wondering just why this is on here. If you have not been reading my personal blog, fans of the cartoon started spamming requests and demands to cover the comic. After I laid out terms if they truly wanted me to review this, these demands turned into threats, insults and the occasional racial slur. After about a year of me having to censor this, someone finally agreed to my terms to review it and handed o [...]

    7. Originally posted on The BiblioSanctum:If you have not yet come to understand the hype behind the current incarnation of My Little Pony, then I will explain it briefly: MLP has changed significantly from its days of rainbows and unicorns. It now has plot and character development driving episodes that deal with all sorts of relevant topics, including prejudice, compromise, overcoming fears, self confidence, perseverance and more in a manner that treats kids like they have actual brains in their [...]

    8. How to review a comic book based on the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? Certainly, if you don't enjoy the television show, you are unlikely to enjoy this comic. I have watched very little MLP:FIM, but enough to know that I enjoy it. But the comic book is also somewhat different, and is well aware of the fact. Comic books and cartoons are different media; as any adaptation of a film into comic book form (and especially vice versa) will show, the writing has to adapt to the [...]

    9. In my search for graphic novels to read with my daughter, I found out that My Little Pony has like a bazillion different ones so I thought I'd give them a try. Actually, I quite liked this one. The art is lovely and appeals to my nine year old, who adores the cuteness. The story isn't as strong as the Princeless series, but it still imparts an excellent message about love and friendship.The villainess in this one is a really bad pony shaped monster who essentially kills an entire village of cute [...]

    10. In all six seasons Queen Chrysalis has always been my favorite villain. She's evil because she can, I like that. The art work is awesome and I really liked to read a comic instead of watching it. These comics really help me over the time waiting for season 7^^Although I have to say that the story was a little bit weak. Right now the mane six are at a point, where they wouldn't fight each anymore or would not see through Queen Chrysalis' scheme, but it's set before season 4 so yeah

    11. This comic is great for kid and adult fans of the My Little Pony series. Katie Cook includes lots of little inside jokes that only older fans will get (there is an EVIL DEAD reference!!) but the story will appeal to anyone who has enjoyed this series. SO MUCH FUN!

    12. Certainly Made for hard core fans, with fanon characters such as DJ Pon, Octavia, Derpy or Wildfire appearing all over the place! The plot is natural, just like original mlp episodes go, characters are also just like in series. Quirky, thrilling and funny!

    13. This is a fun engaging comic that is reminiscent of 80s and early 90s cartoons that were popular, both because of the adventure storyline and the type of humor. The art is good. All that said, this comic just isn't "my thing" (which isn't a criticism of the comic, which I think is very good). I found the combination of the art, bright colors, and text to be somewhat overstimulating. This is the type of story that I'd prefer to watch in cartoon form, or read an issue here and there, rather than c [...]

    14. I really enjoy this line of comics for the art and story. Each comic usually has some hidden reference to pop culture or the tv show within the art. Makes a great expansion for story to go along side the cartoon. I highly recommend the comic line for fans of the show.

    15. I've enjoyed what I have seen of the show, so I wanted to check this out too. It's just as cute! I loved how there were elements of Lord of the Rings and the Wizard of Oz throughout.

    16. My Liltle Pony tells the tale of six friends embarking on a journey to save a princess. This is a comic book geared towards girls grades 2 to 5 however every child in every culture I am aware of would grow from hearing the ideals in this book. The ponies start their quest as acquaintances and end up becoming the best of friends because of their unique characteristics including laughter, loyalty, kindness, generosity and honesty. This book is great for a lesson in friendship as well as the value [...]

    17. I have developed a passing interest in the modern incarnation of My Little Pony since two year old my son insisted on buying an issue of the Friendship is Magic comic book series while accompanying me to ye olde comic shoppe. While I am far from being a "Brony" I do love several aspects of the comic, all of which are exemplified in this collection of the first four issues of the series.First, the cover was drawn by freakin' Amanda Conner. She is one of my favorite comic book artists so her prese [...]

    18. This and other reviews can be found at The A P Book Club. When I first heard that "My Little Pony" was going to be rebooted for television as "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic", I thought it was a really terrible idea. I mean, there have been some pretty awful incarnations of this franchise. But then, I decided to give it a chance and I got hooked. And so, when I saw this comic available on NetGalley, I had to request it immediately. The ponies in this story are drawn a little differently tha [...]

    19. I thought this graphic novel was Pinkie Pie-tastic! Everything started normally, the Cutie Mark Crusaders were on a cutie mark crusade only to encounter the changelings. Soon, the Mane Six suspect something fishy is going on in Ponyville. They run away from the mindless ponies and commune in the library. Twilight discovers that the sickness of the ponies can only be from the changelings, which they came across a while back at the Royal Wedding. They try to contact Princess Celestia to get help. [...]

    20. Warning: Those who haven´t watched the cartoon series won´t get the comic series.Hello everypony,here´s my review of the first volume of the My Little Pony FiM graphic novel (unfortunately without moving gif, because I didn´t find them): it cracked me up to tears.And here´s the long version:The story takes place somewhere between "A Canterlot Wedding" and "Party of one"Queen Chrysalis is beaten & takes over a village of all-loving kitties to plot a revenge against Twilight Sparkle, beca [...]

    21. The adventures of the Mane Six are adorable for sure, but unpredictable? Nah. After reading My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Volume 5, I was fully energized to give this series my all and dive in. What I got in the first issue is not exactly what I had expected.It was like watching an episode of MLP, just in comic form. After experiencing the risks this series took later on, I was fairly disappointed in how blandly they started the issues. True, some pop culture references are especially for [...]

    22. My boyfriend is a pony fanatic, and since I don't have the attention span to watch anything these days (I've watched about twelve episodes of MLP in the span of two years. Yeeeeeah) he was like "if I give you a pony comic, will you read it?" And I was like "sure, why not?" I liked this comic. It was cute. The artwork got a little weird at times, but it was pretty at others. I liked that it had a big adventure story, and the groups the mane six got split up into were fun. Pinkie Pie and Rainbow D [...]

    23. As I am an 80s child, I was quite familiar with the original My Little Pony series back in the day and not only do I own it on DVD, I believe some of my old toys are stored in the attic. It was my brother, an impassioned 'Brony', however, who got me into the new series, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. So, of course, I had to snatch this up when I saw it on NetGalley. The art is a little grittier than I would have liked, but then again, it's also drawn in a style appropriate for comics rathe [...]

    24. My husband and I are really big fans of the MLP:FiM TV series. So when we found out there were comics, it was only natural that we find them and read them! I bought this from and it contains comics number 1-3. It's a lot easier than buying each one individually. I was skeptical about these comics as I thought they were just going to be a retelling of the stories from the television show, but that's not what it is at all. These are all new stories, but they are kind of a continuation of the show [...]

    25. Well, here they are! If you really want to know what I am reading lately, it is My Little Pony compendium comics that my 5-year-old and I take out of the library and read/look at OVER and OVER and OVER again!Some of the stories make . . . not much sense. Others are nice, obviously about the importance of friendship. Some bits are pretty cool and funny, others are kinda lame. Personally I think some of it isn't always appropriate for my daughter (she gets so . . . crazed about her ponies!) but as [...]

    26. A comic-book story (issues 1-4 with a preview for issue 5) about friendly magical talking animals. Bright colours, glamour and dramatic scenes. The second issue has an example of art in text: drawing the fearful expressions of the party of friends in the letters of a giant "RUMBLE". Most characters are female. Their human-equivalent age range spans childhood to early teen years. Some characters are extrovert, others quieter. The marvellous dialogue has nuances that grown up readers can appreciat [...]

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