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Big Macintosh Is On A Quest For The Mysterious And Feared Gazebo In ‘My Little Pony’ #10


Like many of you, I used to wonder what friendship could be. This, I think, is a common problem among people who read comics, since we're usually told that friendship involves rescuing someone from a crashing helicopter or dressing in bright colors to distract a murder clown, and these just aren't situations that come up too often in real life.

Fortunately, thanks to My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, we now have a much better example to follow. Sometimes, for instance, friendship involves building a gazebo, which is exactly what Big Macintosh is up to in the current arc by Katie Cook and Andy Price. Sadly, it's not that easy. Check out a preview of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #10 after the jump (plus an awesome Justice League #1-inspired cover featuring the show's "background ponies") to find out why!

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The Cutie Mark Crusaders Meddle With Forces They Do Not Understand (Again) In ‘My Little Pony Micro-Series’ #7


Maybe the weirdest part of my job is that I am routinely called upon to write the phrase "cutie mark" in a professional capacity. Take this week, for instance, when the new issue of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Micro-Series puts the focus on everyone's favorite gang of junior Equestrians, the Cutie Mark Crusaders! They're up to their usual antics of trying to find out what destiny awaits them when they grow up, but this time, they have made a new friend: A amorphous, gibbering horror that could be anything -- or everything!

Or maybe it's supposed to be cute. Click past the jump to see for yourself.

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Big McIntosh Hits The Hoedown In ‘My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’ #9 [Preview]


If you've spent any time on this site at all, you probably know that some of us are big fans of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. We've praised the work of Katie Cook and Andy Price on the series on multiple occasions, as well as provide annotations of the first story arc of the series. And now, thanks to IDW, we have a seven page preview of issue #9, featuring the return of Cook and Price after a four issue absence, and you can check it out after the cut.

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Link Ink: ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2’s Electro Teaser, The ‘Man Of Steel’ Blu-Ray And ‘The Wolverine’ After Credits


Get a load of links from the first day of SDCC 2013.

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Transformers, ‘My Little Pony’, ‘Batman ’66’ And More Get SDCC Toys ‘R’ Us Exclusives


While Entertianment Earth will be selling plenty of its own exclusive items at San Diego Comic-Con 2013, EE booth #2343 will also be the place where fans can find a number of Toys "R" Us items. And by "a number," I mean exactly nine items. Batman '66 enthusiasts will have access to a 6" action figure scale Batmobile, Transformers fans will be able to pick up Masterpiece editions of Acid Storm and Soundwave, My Little Pony collectors can score Nightmare Moon and Rainbow Dash as Shadowbolt figures, Adventure Time viewers can grab a Lady Rainicorn plush complete with her and Jake's puppies, and zombie lovers can get The Walking Dead and World War Z figures. There's also going to be a Winx Club figure if you're into Winx'n.

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Galaxxxy Releases Fashion Collections With ‘My Little Pony’ And ‘Dirty Pair’


Japanese clothing brand galaxxxy is collaborating with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and '80s sci-fi anime series Dirty Pair (respectively) in two new apparel collections.

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Pinkie Pie Is Gonna Take You To Clown Town In ‘My Little Pony Micro-Series’ #5 [Preview]


While the full cast of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic have been up to Moon-based shenanigans over in their ongoing series, they're also galloping through solo adventures in the pages of the My Little Pony Micro-Series. It's been a series of one-shot adventures where Twilight Sparkle has dealt with an agoraphobic novelist, Rainbow Dash has slugged it out with weather goblins, and now, it's Pinkie Pie's turn.

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Ponyville Versus THE MOON! In ‘My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’ #8


Surprising absolutely no one, I've been having a lot of fun reading IDW's My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic comic, and what the second arc lacks in David Bowie references, it certainly makes up for in action. Now, it's heading into the climax of the story, in which Ponyville is preparing to do battle against the Moon. That's right: The friggin' Moon.

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Hasbro Unveils ‘Thunderbolts,’ ‘G.I. Joe Vs. Transformers,’ And More SDCC 2013 Exclusives


Maybe I'm biased having spent the better part of sixth grade painting spare Spider-Man toys to look like Citizen V, but having seen USA Today's reveal of Hasbro's San Diego Comic-Con 2013 exclusives all I can really think is, "It's about dadburn time we got some Thunderbolts action figures."

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Ponies… In… Spaaaaace In ‘My Little Pony’ #6 [Preview]


In the first arc of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic, everyone's favorite highly marketable horses had to deal with body-snatchers, vampire jackalopes and a cameo appearance by the bad guy from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom...

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