What I think a Pony's Creed: Bronyhood assassin would look like if they were in the show. Entirely done in Photoshop, with some references from the show, especially for the specific details like the wings and tail.
Tried making it as detailed as possible, like the scar and chipped hoof (substitute for missing finger)
First rendition was a Rainbow Dash ([link]
I was inspired by a similar drawing that I saw a while ago, and I haven't been able to find it again. Please let me know if you have seen it, so I can credit.
Also, guess Who it is.
So I finally succumbed to the 'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic' phenomenon that has been terrorizing 4chan and making internet history.
For the uninformed, Lauren Faust produced a new take on My Little Pony, called Friendship Is Magic, being released on The Hub by Hasbro, and it has gained a large adult fanbase. It started as a meme on 4chan, and was sparked by trolls, but what they didn't expect was that the victims actually liked the show. Since, 4chan have had to limit the massive tidal wave of ponies, to prevent the boards from flooding. Several image boards have been dedicated to the show, and a large community have been build around them, with everything from chats and live streams to a great amount of high quality fan fiction and fan art.
The show really IS that good.
It's produced by
, and airs on The Hub every Friday. She wanted to create a show that could be enjoyed by kids as well as adults. And she succeed - unlike the old MLP shows, this show is actually enjoyable. It has great plot lines and stories, some of the best animation and voice acting I've ever seen in an animated cartoon, and most importantly, it has likable characters. Instead of the sickly pink girl stereotype, that could easily have been replaced with bricks, FiM have characters that are very different and distinct from each other, and they're very entertaining. Anyone can relate to at least a couple of the main characters. It's writing at it's finest.
Oh, and the online viewer demographic? 18-35, Male. Lots of them.
If you're not convinced that you need to watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, then go read the comments on the first Episode, and then watch it ([link]
). It might not make you want to watch the rest of the show and commit to the fan base, but I guarantee it'll clear a lot of things up. Especially how 30 year old males can enjoy a show with a target audience of 5 year old girls.