BronyCAN has just recently announced that they will be hosting Amy Mebberson as another of their guests of honor! For the quite possibly greater amount of you who may have never heard of her, she was the principal artist for the main Mlp comic issues #’s 5-8 plus some of the micro-series ones. In addition, the con is announcing to the pleased creative bronies among us that vendor hall registration is finally open So, gather up your wares and push-carts, and register here before it’s too late! And, as always a tradition of our lovely cons, you can register at the nearest hotel with a special promo code (all preset within the link) down below in the full press release. Hope to see you there! Continue reading
Yes, look at that pony… thing. Look into those eyes, and tell me that the newest graphic novel idea straight from the perfectly sane and absolutely societally dauntless minds at Action Lab Entertainment won’t be filling up bookshelves of pony lovers all across the world, where
the most insidious staring contest of mankind can begin they’ll be nicely complementing our colorful collections with a tad of dark? Well, it seems the above-mentioned graphic novel publisher has a series centered around “Vamplets,” which are baby vampires. Their newest comic(s) will be taking a more My Little Pony influence under the hand of Gayle Middleton, a previous illustrator for the Mlp comics (not the ones we know, but for the previous generations, surprisingly – click here for some of his works). Will Mlp now take on a new, more daring form, and what will this metaphysical amalgamation of light and dark, harmony and Tim Burton, mean for society? Well, you can at least start with the bleedingedge’s article on this here.
Completely unrelated to the BronyCon announcement that a comic book artist of the same name will be attending their convention, BABSCon has an Andy Price of their very own. We can only assume that he will be their resident graffiti artist, drawing changelings and Cutie Mark Crusaders and Mane 6 overthrowing corrupt rulers all over the hallways. Head below the break for the full scoop on his attendance.
Andy Price has been announced as a guest at Baltimore’s favorite ponycon, BronyCon! By using sacred arcane magics, they have summoned Andy Price, who is going to be a guest at the con. He is most famous for working on the original run of the MLP comic, but he is also notable for working at IDW doing other illustrations for Marvel and Rittenhouse, and is proud to call himself a “traditional” artist, making the distinction of always doing his work by hand, and not digitally. Andy’s deviantart is right here (and most certainly worth a look). Please stay tuned for the full press release.
Morning Glory edition!
Baltimore’s favorite little ponycon, BronyCon, is extremely pleased to announce Katie Cook, lead writer for the My Little Pony comics! In addition to her pony fame, Katie Cook’s words have graced the pages of the Star Wars universe, along with Marvel and LOTR. She also has a fun weekly thing she does called ’Gronk: A monster’s story” That is Jroddie’s personal favorite. For those of you that need more information, please stay tuned after the break for the full press release.
Flutterbat is best transformation. Look at that face! Thanks to BaldDumboRat for the picture.
We’re not even sure if this comic came out before or after Bats!, but rest assured that it is definitely an MLP reference. Even things that can’t be referential to MLP have to be referential to MLP. That’s just how the world works now, as we may as well get used to it. Below the break will be two panels of the Avatar: The Last Airbender comic piece “The Search – Part 2,” which were submitted to us by Pr0ny of the Canterlot Intelligence Agency. We hope that you find the referential material within these gilded pages to be as nod-worthy as we do.
Who wants a charity livestream? We do! Ponyville Live, Your Siblings, and Bronies for Good are going to be running one this very Saturday with esteemed show talent Amy Keating Rogers (writer for episodes such as Bridle Gossip, The Cutie Pox, and Filli Vanilli) and Natasha Levinger (writer for Pinkie Apple Pie and the upcoming episode 16 of season 4). They’ll be having fun and raising money for a great cause and also answering plenty of questions we may have for them, so feel free to participate and enjoy yourselves in the stream, which is right here. Check out the full announcement and all the big details, such as what causes this fundraiser will be going toward, below the break.
Our friends over at Everfree NW in Seattle have sent over a brand new press release detailing their latest guest announcements – which will be of interest to those of you who are fans of the official comics. Georgia Ball – author of the popular Princess Celestia Micro Comic, and Heather Nuhfer – writer for the equally popular Nightmare Rarity story arc, will be gracing the Washington convention with their presence this year. If you’re a fan of either or both of these two talented scribes, then check out EFNW’s press release after the break!