Posts Tagged ‘MLP’

Episode #166 – A Backlog of Articles…

It’s back to grind of news and articles on this week’s show! DJ Ranma S, Mako-chan, and Ari Rockefeller followup with a couple of stories from past episodes in regards to Wizard World’s ban on cameras and what really did happen at BABSCon? The con director from Cherry City ComicCon mock’s a woman wanting a […]

Season 4, Episode 3 – Cotton Candy Tears: The Winners and Losers of Castle Mane-ia

When people talk about the legendary Castlevania soundtrack, the songs that are usually referred to are the “Vampire Killers”, the “Bloody Tears’”, and the “Battle of the Holys” of the collection. However, there is one track that belongs in the discussion of iconic Castlevania soundtracks, but sometimes gets overlooked is “Invitation to a Crazed Moon” […]

Season 4, Episode 1 – Don’t call it a Comeback: The Winners and Losers of Princess Twilight

After 9 months of built up anticipation, speculation, and equal doses of irrational hyper-positivity and hyper-negativity, yesterday signaled the end of the hiatus that seemed eternal. That’s right friends, the long night has given way to the sun, and another Season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is upon us. With Season 4 being […]

Episode #125 – Bronycon… In Baltimore, And Then Some!

Ranma and the crew discuss the badly written New York Post article on Heroes of Cosplay, followed by a discussion with a counter article on Yaya Han being a hypocrite. Also, Ranma briefly discusses the Cosplay 4 A Cure event in Brooklyn… Then the hosts congratulate Cupcake Cosplay for coming in 2nd place in the […]

An 80’s Female Fan Perspective on MLP: FiM

What would you think if I said I liked My Little Pony?  What would you think if I said I didn’t?  Does it matter, and better yet does it matter what generation of show?  To some, yes, it actually does. I grew up in the 80s.  As such, I enjoyed those 80s shows marketed to […]

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