So much Sparkler...
She's still not my overlord
If she suffers for have only 10 seconds of screen time I don't want to know how Holly Dash feels with her screen time.
Page fifteen- i've always wondered that sort of thing with Trixie....Page six- they have internetPoor cloudkicker....
Nice loved it
This was hilarious. Felt sorry for Cloudkicker, though. Keep up the good work, dude.
Sparkler who?When does she have screen time?
DAT ENDING.Also, I never would have thought of Chapter 19 & 20, lol. The guard mispronounced Trollestia
Can't tell if Sparkler was adorable in that, or a whiny brat.I wanna give Cloudkicker a hug.
You think they'd still go through with this if they knew the carnage that was to come?
poor cloudkicker... the powers of patience were no match for the powers of trollestia...
Yay! A quintet of unused background ponies!
That was a really good read
This series of comics practically subverted the entire premise of the show.Ha! I loved it!
Wow, it feels like reality, I will never look at the backround ponies the same way again. xD It was a mighty fine read.
That was... Those ponies are terrible ponies! And it amused me! I'm so ashamed... :P
Cloudkicker is now best pony imo!
And then the gala was crap and Sparkler learned her lesson. The end.Seriously though this was a pretty funny comic.
You suuuure can!What does that remind me of? *scratch's hoof under chin.*
Sparkler wants tickets. So she counts on her mother and the Doctor to give her the tickets.
Ponies: Now with cynicism.I really enjoyed that, hopefully more to come.
Well, for one... The Gala isn't really the kind of event you can buy tickets for anyway. It's by royal invitation only. :P Then again, Moondancer bought hers online, so y'know. lol I love Cloudkicker's strategy in line too. Nice. :P And Moondancer and the pony at the ticket booth... lol Dat speaking in the third person. And that ending... what a tweest! lol Hilarious comic.
That somehow managed to be horrible and sweet at the same time.
Ahaha that was a pretty good comic.
That was pretty hilarious. Want to see more antics from these ponies soon!
I love Friendship is Tragic. Reminds me of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
That was fairly meh the whole way through.
That was a good read.
This reminded me of Seinfeld. It was very well done and I would like to see more in this series.
This was brilliant.It's like the Anti-Friendship is Magic moral, but still kind of charming in it's own Prime-Time Animated Sitcom sort of way.Interestingly enough, though, i've been seeing some strange reactions to this every now and then. Most notably a few people saying that this was "horrible" or insinuating that it's not actually funny and that it offended them.Really? Come on, people. It really isn't that bad at all. I don't think the ending is that serious or meant to be taken as such. Sparkler is clearly full of it in the last panel, and the situation that comes about at the end couldn't last any longer than 4 seconds.If anything, it's more like the same lighthearted subversiveness on the level of the first 5 seasons of The Simpsons, or King Of The Hill humor. Or in another way, it's like South Park. Maybe a little hint of the relationships in "That 70's Show", as well.For instance, I don't really think that Sparkler actually abandoned her "friends", it's just like how Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman almost NEVER get along as a whole, but they're still an iconic team that will never come apart, no matter how much cynicism they're overflowing with, or who screws each other over in the end of the episode.If anything, these friends actually seem, in some ways, a little more genuine than the Mane 6. .......No really, hear me out.Sometimes, as it might seem, your true friends are defined not by saccharine sweetness and light for every situation, and obnoxious gagging optimism, but simply just a couple of cynical ponies who are stuck with each other by their lots in life.I do get the feeling of camradere of sorts between them in this comic, and in a way, it is kind of sweet in a more subverted way that they are open and honest with each other enough to understand that it's only natural to throw each under the bus, and will probably make up a thousand times.These are the kinds of friends that would still be there for each other no matter who stabs who in the back. Not because of co-dependance, but because much like the Simpson family, the kids bounded together by fate of South Park, or the dysfunctional neighborhood of King Of The Hill, not even Discord could pull these ponies apart.
Moondancer loves clearing up to fans about why Moondancer looked like she was talking about another pony named Moondancer during episode 1.