AdultEroticaFantasy Access: No Restrictions This is an interactive story containing 94 chapters. Each chapter tells part of the story and usually ends with multiple choices. The owner of this Interactive Story begins with this information and guidance:
Her characters were designed to challenge the norm of girl stereotypes while still keeping the archetypes as familiar figures. Faust worked with several former co-writers from her previous shows including her husband and animator Craig McCrackenand with the directors at DHX Media 's 2D animation studio formerly Studio B Productions in Vancouver, British Columbia, where the show would be produced to fill out the world.
Friendship Is Magicwas well received by parents, but found another unexpected target audience through the Internet photo-board, 4chanprimarily adult males from 13 to 35 years old.
Quickly expanding through the Internet, the fandom came to use the term "brony" a portmanteau of "bro" and "pony" to describe themselves.
Joe and Transformers comics, where it initially met some skepticism. Katie Cook and Andy Price were announced as the first arc's writer and illustrator, respectively; Cook had previous experience at both DC Comics and Marvel Comicsalong with her own webcomic "Gronk", while Price had been involved with DC and the Batman Archives series.
Friendship Is Magic characters The comics take place in the same fictional universe as the television show, in the land of Equestria which is populated primarily by ponies including unicorns and pegasialong with numerous other sentient and non-sentient creatures. The primary characters of the comic include: Twilight Sparkle, a studious unicorn later gained a pair of wings gifted in magic, who has come to learn the value of friendship since arriving in Ponyville.
Spike, a baby dragon and Twilight's assistant, who uses his fire breath to send Twilight's messages back and forth to her mentor, Princess Celestia.
Applejack, a hard-working earth pony in charge of her family's apple orchard, Sweet Apple Acres. Fluttershy, a timid pegasus with a fondness for animals. Pinkie Pie, a hyperactive earth pony who loves to throw parties. Rainbow Dash, a tomboyish pegasus who helps set Ponyville's weather and dreams of joining the Wonderbolts aeronautics team.
Rarity, a glamorous unicorn clothing designer who runs her own boutique. The younger Cutie Mark Crusaders, consisting of Apple Bloom earth pony; Applejack's younger sisterSweetie Belle unicorn; Rarity's younger sisterand Scootaloo a pegasus that idolizes Rainbow Dashwho are in a hurry to get their "cutie marks" that show what their talent is for life.
In addition to monthly single issue releases, IDW has also published collected volumes covering the individual story arcs. Friendship Is Magic November —Present The comics chronologically occur alongside the show, featuring characters and elements introduced in later seasons.
For example, the first four-issue story includes the return of Queen Chrysalis of the Changelings, a major villain introduced in " A Canterlot Wedding ", the season 2 finale. Secondary publications[ edit ] Micro-series February—December [ edit ] See also: Micro-series February—December This is a companion series of single-issue stories that each focus on one main character.
IDW had originally planned to publish six issues, one for each pony in Twilight Sparkle's circle of friends; however, their success prompted Curnow to state that the series would be extended to feature supporting characters from the show.
Curnow later contacted Zahler and asked him to pitch stories for a smaller series; one such pitch included a crossover with Mars Attacks! Friends Forever January —April The monthly Friends Forever series focused on pairings of characters from the show, including the main cast as well as fan-popular minor and background characters.
Legends of Magic April —March [ edit ] See also: Legends of Magic April —March The Legends of Magic series replaced the Friends Forever series starting in April and running through March ofwith an annual for the series being released in April It will focus on stories that cover the mythological history of Equestria that has been only briefly touched on within the television show, such as the character of Star Swirl the Bearded.
Like the series of chapter books of the same name, each issue follows the Cutie Mark Crusaders as they solve mysteries around Ponyville.MANAGING PARTNER Esmond Harmsworth.
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