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Started by MrSpyro, 2014 May 30, 17:39:44
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Quote from: MrEmu on 2014 May 30, 20:51:36I'm going to sound like a jerk...But I'm sorry, this just looks like somepony is trying to rip off of MLP.Willow looks like a bad OC, I mean dark colors, a Prince, Creepy wings...yeah...And having the main character a UNICORN even? yeeaahh they're seriously ripping off of MLP here...Whoever these people are....they need to think of their own idea's and not rip off of other ones...I'm sorry if I sound harsh or mean...but But I just really reeeaaalllyyy hate rip offs...
Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2014 May 31, 11:26:07The main thing I don't like is that all of the ponies are referred to with female nouns.
Quote from: MrSpyro on 2014 May 31, 11:42:13Two of the main characters are male, that's a good sign!And here's a trailer:Spoiler: show[ Invalid YouTube link ]I think the hand mirrors act like cell phones, and at 0:50, Rose took a selfie with Lynn, so I guess they double as cameras.
Quote from: Midnight Breeze on 2014 May 31, 10:00:26I'm going to to sound like a jerk...
Quote from: Midnight Breeze on 2014 May 31, 10:00:26Ideas cannot be copyrighted. If no one ever followed suit on a successful idea the world would be pretty lackluster in terms of creative content.If ideas could be copyrighted the people would be able to claim ownership of an entire genre of entertainment. Could you imagine a world with only one rock band, one rapper, and one country singer? How about one sci-fi author, one action author, and one romance author?How is it bad for consumers for people to "copy" a good thing? Doesn't that mean more good things from more people?
Quote from: MrEmu on 2014 May 31, 20:51:42...and not to be mean...but I'v never seen a single cartoon come even close to MLP for characterization, and emotional depth in my book...
Quote from: Midnight Breeze on 2014 May 31, 20:55:06Quote from: MrEmu on 2014 May 31, 20:51:42...and not to be mean...but I'v never seen a single cartoon come even close to MLP for characterization, and emotional depth in my book...You never watched As Told By Ginger!?
Quote from: MrSpyro on 2014 May 30, 17:39:44Apparently, there's this show called Filly Funtasia coming out, and here's what i know. There are five main races in the show, and each main character will represent one of them.Willow (far left) is a Fairy Filly. Yes, even males are called fillies. Anyways, all I know is that they can fly, and that all of them have green wings.Bella (left) is an Elf Filly. Nobody really know anything about them except they have pointer ears than the other races (duh), and they wear winged crowns.Rose (center) is obviously a Unicorn Filly. They have horns and live on floating crystals. 'Nuff said.Cedric (right) is a Princess Filly. Well, actually he's a prince, but Princess is what the race is called in general. They wear those crowns (the circular ones).Lynn (far right) is a Witchy Filly. Witchy Fillies wear capes that give them their magic. All five races have magic, but Witches are the ones I know most about. Each one of them has one of five different capes, and their powers are determined by that cape. The cape types are love, flower, light, air, and water.Anyways, do you think the show will be another G3? Or do you think it has potential.?
Quote from: -ReiMar- on 2014 Jun 17, 13:47:41So, Princess is a race now? Wow, that's new...and weird) XD
Quote from: Mumble on 2014 Jun 17, 13:00:38As much as I'm sick of "princess franchise for little girls", the 3D production seems quality, the design is sturdy, and not all.. anorexic bratz-like, which I like. I'm not going to watch it. And I'm still going to force Adventure Time and MLF Friendship is Magic on my future children. Each to their own, I suppose!
Quote from: Blitz Freeman on 2014 Jun 01, 13:43:20I don't know why I didn't see this sort of thing coming, but here's my reaction:I feel like Filly Funtasia will appeal to kids specifically. I imagine that young kids today have become accustomed to CGI cartoons, much in the way that the older demographic (teens to college kids) grew up with fluid 2D animation stuff. So the little ones might get a kick out of it. Older bronies? I'd rather doubt it. But you truly never know. Nonetheless, imma check it out. After all, it's doing something right over in Germany.
Quote from: Griffon on 2014 Jun 01, 13:16:07I have seen this toy in Germany and now it's sold in my country too.