My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 Review – Friendship is comics

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic 1 Review

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 Review Short Version: Set aside all of the madness surrounding My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 for a second. What Katie Cook and Andy Price have done is create a fun, all-ages adventure book. Series fans will find plenty to like in My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1, but if you just want some fun, light-hearted action, they’ve got you covered here, too.

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 Writer: Katie Cook

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 Artist: Andy Price

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 Review

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 is a phenom, from what I can tell. I tried to pick a copy up off the shelf of my local comic store and was told that it was basically gone by lunch time on release day (they had 25 issues). If you aren’t familiar with the whole My Little Pony Friendship is Magic phenom, I don’t even know how you’ve managed to get this far into the internet. Suffice it to say that it is still going strong. I have not watched much of the TV show (I have seen a little), but I did decide to grab as (digital) copy of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 and what I found is a fun, all-ages adventure comic that I can highly recommend to those in the market for that kind of book. Cook creates some fun, laugh-out-loud moments, but never loses sight of telling an action story and moving the plot forward. Price really nails it on art, as well, capturing the style that the series has now made so iconic. From my familiarity with the series (passing as it may be) the pair have done a stellar job of transferring it to comic book form. If you hate the idea of reading a comic book about talking ponies, there’s probably nothing for you here. If you can not take things so seriously, and want a kid-friendly adventure comic, My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #1 is a good one.

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04. December 2012 by Michael
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