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artofsararichard:

Rarity #newyorkcomiccon sketch #rarity #mlp #mlprarity #rarityart @idwpublishing #brony #mlpfim

artofsararichard:

Rarity #newyorkcomiccon sketch #rarity #mlp #mlprarity #rarityart @idwpublishing #brony #mlpfim

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October 13, 2014


pixelkitties:

Nightmare Night Rarity taking some fashion cues from Hannibal. 

pixelkitties:

Nightmare Night Rarity taking some fashion cues from Hannibal. 

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askpopcorn:

Dat haircut ~
(Но игрушка очень классная, я б купила Х))

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judacris:

Today marks the 4th year since My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic first premiered on The Hub (soon to be rebranded Discovery Family) on 10th October, 2010.
Although I didn’t discover the show until sometime in May the following year, the show’s influence had already begun to make its move across ages and genders, with its bright, colourful characters and messages and lessons on what it means to make friends.
The idea of me liking such a show would not be too far-fetched, but to say that I would be a fan of “My Little Pony” as it was before I first saw it, would’ve been pretty laughable.
I enjoyed the show for the primary reason of the involvement of Lauren Faust, based on her previous work with Craig McCracken; Tara Strong, and its use of Flash animation. The messages and characters were actually secondary, but that eventually got to me as well. 
Three years in, the show has had its fair share of scuffles and heat, mainly from the temperature of the fanbase, but you cannot deny that the show has made its impact and has changed lives through friendship and charity. I still enjoy every bit of it, and I’m glad there are those that still too.
If you haven’t seen the show for yourself, give it a go.
Happy October 10th, MLP:FiM.Until You All Shared Its Magic With Me on deviantArt

judacris:

Today marks the 4th year since My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic first premiered on The Hub (soon to be rebranded Discovery Family) on 10th October, 2010.

Although I didn’t discover the show until sometime in May the following year, the show’s influence had already begun to make its move across ages and genders, with its bright, colourful characters and messages and lessons on what it means to make friends.

The idea of me liking such a show would not be too far-fetched, but to say that I would be a fan of “My Little Pony” as it was before I first saw it, would’ve been pretty laughable.

I enjoyed the show for the primary reason of the involvement of Lauren Faust, based on her previous work with Craig McCracken; Tara Strong, and its use of Flash animation. The messages and characters were actually secondary, but that eventually got to me as well. 

Three years in, the show has had its fair share of scuffles and heat, mainly from the temperature of the fanbase, but you cannot deny that the show has made its impact and has changed lives through friendship and charity. I still enjoy every bit of it, and I’m glad there are those that still too.

If you haven’t seen the show for yourself, give it a go.

Happy October 10th, MLP:FiM.
Until You All Shared Its Magic With Me on deviantArt

(Source: dm29.deviantart.com)

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