HELP ME PLEASE
Mulp: The video in question where grown males are questioning if this girl is a “true fan” of My Little Pony. Keep an eye on it. I’m sure more idiots will complain.
Bronies: questioning little girls, the target audience, if they are true fans.
I HONESTLY THINK IT’S ADORABLE THAT SHE ASKED RARITY A QUESTION OMG
The first guy who did it actually made a valid point.
“I was expecting a brony to be asking.
And has this kid even watched the show?
She must have expected it to be rarity.”
The assertion: People who watch the show should be aware of Rarity’s personality.If the girl watches the show, she must have expected the answer she received. Fair enough. It’s not an attack, just a “What kind of question is that? She’s Rarity, of course she thinks she’s hot stuff *insert good-natured laughter and a shake of the head*”
As for “I was expecting a brony to be asking,” that’s cool, too. Maybe unrealistic, considering that the Hub as a channel is targeted towards children (despite MLP: Friendship is Magic being explicitly less so).
The guys showing up now (a few of whom come across as trolls responding to the outcry against the first guy) are idiots. Representative of bronies? No.
But really, saying that “Little girls are the target audience!” as if that automatically ensures that she’s a fan is dumb. It’s like saying that every male in the world is a gamer, because they are the target audience, and it would therefore be inappropriate for a female gamer to say “But… have you played Portal before? Because the portals aren’t that color…”
Mulp: Oh my goodness…
The brony fandom: making Beliebers look like fucking saints since 2010.
You may have noticed that one of the biggest box office flops of all time isn’t as bad as critics say it is according to the IMDb. It’s not what you think. Let’s do something about this.
Because Rule 34 ain’t just gonna enforce itself.
WHY AREN’T ENOUGH OF YOU READING THESE COMICS
I honestly love drawing Silver Spoon so entirely in love with every inch of Diamond.
See what I mean?!
If there’s anything in this hellhole of a fandom that’s a real guilty pleasure for my taste, it’s Ask Chubby Diamond, the blog that ages up a schoolyard bully and turns her from a bitch into a… well, see above. I still find fat animals cute, having drawn fat Hamtaro characters years ago, and as he improves on many aspects the way the artist draws is adorable enough to keep me followed for cute fat horsies and sexy fat humans, even if it means getting sexy fat horsies and typical brony jokes on my dash.
Marc Davis - Disney’s Chanticleer
Out of all the Nine Old Men, I’ve always found Marc Davis’ work inspiring in terms of character development and draftsmanship as you can clearly see in these character drawings for the “unwanted” Chanticleer project. From what I’ve read, Marc and Disney Story man, Ken Anderson were truly in love with the project and were hoping for it to see the light of day. Sadly, neither Walt or Woolie Reitherman, Head of Animation Production at the time,were very gung-ho on the idea. So even though Marc and Ken worked tirelessly on the over-all presentation, the project was scrapped. Which to me, is a real shame. Because you can tell that Marc put his heart and soul into these characters, almost to the point where you forget that they are “just drawings”.
Oh, if only it did get made. Because now we’ve got this:
This was MovieTickets.com’s last original advert before they stuck to tying in with Fox and Sony releases. Movietickets.co.uk doesn’t do that over here in the UK, so for two years the cinema I go to has been stuck with this.