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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana View Post
    I never watched PPG because I thought it was "girlie" but he LOVED it. So there you go, shrunkendesigner. Sometimes "girlie" just means "good" and you don't need to worry about your masculinity to enjoy it.
    Lol, I never worry about my masculinity, especially since I watch Glee by choice, (much to the dismay of my girlfriend) the most manly show around. I've never watched the Power Puff Girls, but I remember seeing clip of it and thinking it looked mental. I think the pace of modern cartoons is so different now than what it was when I was younger in the 90's. I'm so old... but damn it I am manly.

    I prefer really crude and politically incorrect shows like South Park and Family Guy and, of course, The Happy Tree Friends but, I will have a look as I'm not adverse to trying new things.

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    Okay, I watched the first episode of it and I'm sorry guys, its not for me... I see why kids love it and the nuances that attract the grown ups (like the Granny Smith Pony) though and don't judge anyone above the target age for watching and enjoying it. I did think the musical score is pretty good though but that isn't enough to rope me in.

    I'll go back to my big boy cartoons and Harry Potter...

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    the thing is, the first episode is quite different in tone from the rest of them. you shouldn't necessarily judge by that one, sadly.
    i'd suggest something like "bridle gossip" to get more of the usual tone of the show.

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    I'm sorry I can't hear you over my big boy cartoons...

    ...its Pinky, its Pinky and the Brain Brain Brain Brain, Brain Brain Brain Brain!

    (date I know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrunkendesigner View Post
    I'm sorry I can't hear you over my big boy cartoons...

    ...its Pinky, its Pinky and the Brain Brain Brain Brain, Brain Brain Brain Brain!

    (date I know)
    Aren't you in for a surprise.





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    Quote Originally Posted by damascus57 View Post
    Aren't you in for a surprise.

    Oh... my.. god... that... was AWESOME!

    Must resist... urge to watch... all of... My Little Pony...

    I fear I may become the least metal drummer in metal music on the planet...

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    dude,even weird al jankovich likes em, who cares?

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    Oh my, you should NEVER judge a show by it's pilot because in some cases, such as emmy winning Rugrats, The pilot episode involving Tommy and the toilet is so radically different from episodes coming afterward, you could swear the animation teams were on other sides of the world.

    Also, The Simpsons. Jesus Christ look at how far THEY have come. From those scary monsters from the shorts to the Post movie episodes.

    I've watched My Little Pony FIM On Demand and I've. Fallen. In. Love. 33

    The expressions and pastel colors tickle the little girl in me and the
    humour isn't as corny as most kiddie shows that have lessons.

    Example: An episode where the lesson involved to not judge someone by the way they look.

    Fluttershy, got a deep Barry White Voice.

    Hilarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Chow View Post
    http://sketchyfun.blogspot.com/2011/04/rarity.html

    Here's rendered Rarity by Ben Hickling
    *Jaw drops in awe*

    HOWEVER. She could have been doing a more 'Rarity' pose I guess. And I am seeing some anatomical and construction issues but damn... THAT RENDERING =O



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    Quote Originally Posted by damascus57 View Post
    *Jaw drops in awe*

    HOWEVER. She could have been doing a more 'Rarity' pose I guess. And I am seeing some anatomical and construction issues but damn... THAT RENDERING =O
    like this?

    oh and scootaloo also by ben hickling.

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    hehe, damn, this new official vid made me smile WAY more than it should have.
    it's official, EVERYTHING's better with ponies.


    edit: omfg extended version!

    (also, whoa, they officially used the word "bronies")

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    I actually just got kinda hooked on this.. onto episode 5.

    There was never a chance I'd win resisting it: the animation was so slick from the word "go".

    DAMN YOU GUYS.

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    Oh gawd. : D



    Edit: And a really nice review of the toys:



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    Quote Originally Posted by BlightedArt View Post
    I actually just got kinda hooked on this.. onto episode 5.

    There was never a chance I'd win resisting it: the animation was so slick from the word "go".

    DAMN YOU GUYS.
    don't feel too bad about it.
    if the ponies even managed to warm parts of the black heart of the "internet hate machine" /b/, pretty much everypony's fair game.
    (ohgod i already automatically substitute "everybody")

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    Okay. Serious question.

    How the fuck to you get the theme song out of your head, because it has been three days now and it's driving me nuts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana View Post
    Okay. Serious question.

    How the fuck to you get the theme song out of your head, because it has been three days now and it's driving me nuts!
    Tried this?

    http://unhearit.com/



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    Finished watching all 26 Episodes, hope second season will be as good as the first. :3


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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    Or you could just listen to this song 24 hours a day



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    LOL, tobbA that is not helpful! I've been listening to other music, but damn if that song doesn't come back as soon as I'm not!

    Oh goood, damascus that song is adorable. At least it's a bit longer than the OP, so that's good!

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    About to watch the last episode of season one. What will I do with my life until season two comes out?!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjesta View Post
    About to watch the last episode of season one. What will I do with my life until season two comes out?!
    draw fanart? it's what i'm doing.
    getting in touch with other "pony artists" is also quite rewarding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex View Post
    draw fanart? it's what i'm doing.
    getting in touch with other "pony artists" is also quite rewarding.
    Good plan. Right now I'm working day and night to get my novel script ready to print (210k and 8 days left *cross fingers*) but after that I'll be SO making fanart! Think I'll actually try out my graphic tablet again for that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid View Post
    Am I the only person immune to it's, uhhh, charms?

    WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME? AM I DEAD INSIDE?


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    May be a repost, but since these are two of my favourite movies, I just had to.




    Welcome... to the real world...

    Anyway, I saw the latter post in the Cheer Me up thread Droid, but I figured that this would be a better place for it.

    I so happen to be working on a re-dub of the Battle of the Pelennor fields; I title it the battle of the Appaloosa fields It's only 3/4 complete and I can't seem to find enough footage to complete it without replaying already used shots backwards or flipped. I'm not really happy with most of what I've already done and as I said I'm scratching to use shots in a creative way that I haven't already used 3 or four times, flipped or played backwards. If someone else wouldn't mind seeing it and giving feedback, that'd be great.. I've got gigs upon gigs worth of data in a file, so even though I'd love to do a collaboration, I doubt it's practical.

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    There's now a German opening

    Admittedly, it's not as good as the original, but it's always that way. I think they did a pretty good job with the lyrics, considering that German is a pretty hard language to sing in. (It's more of a poetry and novelling language, not music.)

    damascus57, I've never done any video-editing so I'm not sure that I'd be helpful, but I just wanted to say that I'm looking forward to that video! Sounds awesome



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjesta View Post
    At least it isn't this:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Chow View Post
    At least it isn't this:

    OMG MAKE IT STOP! I'm bleeding from my ears!

    Yeah, I don't know, I just thought that the German dub could give MLP a cool new techno theme, like they did with Sailor Moon:



    Ah well, those days are over... German dubs aren't what they used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjesta View Post
    There's now a German opening

    Admittedly, it's not as good as the original, but it's always that way. I think they did a pretty good job with the lyrics, considering that German is a pretty hard language to sing in. (It's more of a poetry and novelling language, not music.)

    damascus57, I've never done any video-editing so I'm not sure that I'd be helpful, but I just wanted to say that I'm looking forward to that video! Sounds awesome
    ääääääääähhhhhhhhh..........nope. sorry, although they did a really good job with the lyrics, the voices just make me cringe beyond belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex View Post
    ääääääääähhhhhhhhh..........nope. sorry, although they did a really good job with the lyrics, the voices just make me cringe beyond belief.
    You'll notice that I only spoke about the lyrics anyway The voices... Well, I didn't expect anything for those anyway. Cartoons are always dubbed really sloppily in German, so I don't think this case is really worth mentioning.



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