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DeviantArtist Nazegoreng specializes in plushies. Really huge plushies.

Her Pokémon and My Little Pony creations are especially impressive, and she does take commissions from time to time. However, things can get pretty expensive—especially when you factor in shipping from Australia.

Check out more examples of her work after the break…

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Artist Kelsey Wailes has created the single best My Little Pony mashup to date. It involves combining older My Little Pony dolls with bits of Polymer clay, acrylics, leather and a lot of talent to transform them into the cast of Mad Max: Fury Road.

There’s Max Rockatansky, Imperator Furiosa, Nux, and Immortan Joe in a world where friendship isn’t magical, but shiny and chrome.

See more pictures after the break.

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Four Horsies of the ‘Pocalypse is the work of Bigshot Toyworks who bring us Calamity (Pestilence), Raven (Famine), Clash (War) and Ghost (Death). These are the scariest ponies ever with skulls and big teeth and flaming bodies. These ponies are not interested in friendship—only chaos.

See Also: Cthulhu-Inspired My Little Ponies

They’re currently up on kickstarter with pledges of about $100 getting you all four in the frightening set.

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Friendship is magic. Friendship is also very popular apparently.

Variety reports that Hasbro is moving forward with a My Little Pony movie for a 2017 release. The movie will be produced through Allspark Pictures, and Hasbro will finance it in house. They have Joe Ballarini on board as the writer and Meghan McCarthy as co-executive producer. McCarthy works on the current animated show and Equestria Girls.

The news doesn’t state whether the film is based on the Friendship is Magic incarnation of the story, but it’s likely given the success of the animated series.

(via /Film)


Funko’s plan to siphon all the money from your wallet has hit the collectible Pocket Pop! phase.

Y’know those super kawaii Pop! keychains? These collectible tins of Pop!s are similar in that they are small enough to put in your pocket.

Funko will begin releasing Pocket Pop! Tins this December beginning with the Frozen Pocket Pop! Tin.

Then, in January, we’ll get DC Comics (Batman, Harley Quinn, and The Joker), Game of Thrones (Dany, Jon Snow, and Tyrion), My Little Pony (Rainbow Dash, Derpy, and Discord), and The Walking Dead (Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, and Teddy Bear Walker).

You can check out more pictures after the break.

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Sometimes a toy so cool that you can’t forget it after it crosses your path, and Maddie the pony is such a figure. The adorable yet weird Cthulhu-inspired pony by Bigshot Toyworks now has a Kickstarter campaign, and they’re close to hitting the halfway mark. The first goal is to get Maddie produced, but if fundraising is successful, they want to create a whole collection called the Four Horsies of the ‘Pocalypse. The entire line-up is creepy and creative, and I really want them all on my shelves.

We have to get Maddie made first though! It’s $60 to pre-order the pony through the Kickstarter project, and there are plenty of other backer levels to get additional Maddie goodies like stickers and t-shirts.

See the rest of the Four Horsies of the ‘Pocalypse and some other Kickstarter rewards after the break.

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(via The Clearly Dope)

A New Cult Is Born

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DeviantArtist Hayden Sailer is a serious My Little Pony fan and has added a custom Luna hood ornament to his vintage Oldsmobile. He did it by finding a design on Shapeways and then printing it with a 3D printer and painting it with chrome paint. It’s a brilliant idea really. Think of the possibilities!

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Even though Equestria Girls turned My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’s ponies into human-like beings, I still haven’t seen a ton of art depicting the characters as humans. Not as much as I’d expect, anyway. DeviantArt user sparrow-chan is filling the void with her interpretations of the characters in vintage can-can style outfits, and I adore the illustrations.

She’s captured the the vibe of each pony, whether it be sassy for Rainbow Dash or bashful for Fluttershy. Their costumes feature their signature colors and style, too. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that we see this art brought to life by a cosplay group soon.

See more human-ponies after the break.

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