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Comic Con International 2015 : Weekend Review

Comic Con International is one of the biggest events of the year.  And every year this is one of those events that come with the good, the bad and the crazy.  From panels, shopping, autographs and meeting up with friends there’s never a dull moment at this event.  This here is the highlight review of the Comic Con 2015 weekend.  Following the panels that I went to, the booths that made the most memory for me and the friends that I met up with.  Following we will share some Comic Con Panels, some more detailed reports and even a major discrimination report about Comic Con.  Let’s start with the fun.

Target Exclusive Rainbow Dash Vinyl Figure


Introducing Pocket Pop! Tins

Available for the first time ever from Funko...

Pocket Pop! Tins!

Pocket Pop! Tins are collectible miniaturized Pop!'s. Each Pocket Pop! is 1.5" inches tall. These collectible Pocket Pop!'s have all the same features as a standard Pop!'s, but are shrunk down to fit comfortably in your pocket!

Pocket Pop! tins come packaged in a collectible window tin display!

My Little Pony Series 2 Mystery Minis

If you loved Series 1 of our My Little Pony Mystery Minis...
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We've got more for you to love!

We have 10 new lovable petite Mystery Minis!

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Midwest Media Expo 2014: Pop Culture Panel


Review: MLP FiM #9

Since the My Little Pony comic has started to come out by IDW they have been keeping their focus on lead characters from Twilight Sparkle to Rarity.  Most Brony’s I know love a lot of the other ponies as well, so it was a great surprise to find that My Little Pony issue 9 is based around Big Mac.  This is a relative of Applejacks that has a bit part in the cartoon series.  I’ve always liked him myself, he’s a strong pony of few words.    In this issue we follow big Mac around on his own adventure.  Here in my review of IDW My Little Pony : Friendship is Magic #9.

Review: IDW MLP #8

Once again I’ve been swept away with keeping busy.  All of June was running, as will be all of July.  Miki and I are on the road heading west for events, friend meetups and to get more interviews for Cowabunga Corner.  In all this I totally skipped out on reading issue 8 of My Little Pony when it was coming out.  I do not wish to fall behind in this, so once I realized this issue was skipped I dug it out to read.  Here is my review of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #8.

Review: IDW MLP Applejack Micro

My Little Pony seems to have nitch traits for each of the Pony’s. Though when a situation with the Ponies is pushed more than once and you keep seeing them learn the same lesson it can get old.  That is one of the things we keep seeing with Applejack.  She wants to do everything on her own, turns down help and in the end realizes she needs the help.  I like her as a character, though I do find that story a bit old. So I was a tiny bit disappointed with this issue of IDW My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Micro Series.  Here is my review of Applejack’s story.

Review: IDW MLP:FIM Micro Series "Pinkie Pie"

Inspiration comes from everywhere from art, plants, smells and people.  Once someone finds something that inspires them, it's hard to let go of it.  One of the hardest things to face is knowing that not only is that inspiration disappearing but it does not really wish to disappear.  It's depressing on all angels.  But you can not force those things to keep going forward if the path they're on, no longer works for them.  This is what Pinkie

Review: IDW MLP Micro Series "Fluttershy"

Living would be easy if people did not care what others thought of them. For some people it’s easy to dismiss the thoughts and cares of those around them, but for others they want nothing more than to be accepted by everyone. When I was a kid I wanted everyone around to like me. I asked who ever I would meet, if they would be my friend.