Especially short roundup tonight.
There’s something different about this week’s episode of the Equestria Inquirer. Sure, all of the usual stuff is in there: Joe gives an update on the Chinese/Equestrian peace talks, and TechRat discusses two ways in which Ponyville faces certain destruction, but something is not right. What could it be? Could it be the new segment from LttMoose? Could it be the surprise guest appearance by DustyKatt? No, there’s something else. Something odd. Something unnatural. Something..... backwards. We’re not going to tell you what it is. See if you can spot it for yourself. It’s subtle....very subtle. Good luck finding it! - TechRat
Dear Princess Celestia,
Hey you, me again. I’m mailing along our latest episode to you. Sandyface wasn’t able to make the show but Cereal Velocity from Equestria Daily filled his spot. Our Guest was Amanda, a web researcher at KnowYourMeme.com and we have a roundtable about the fandoms perceptions, various memes, and eventually fully convert her to the herd! She was willing too! Anyway, give it a listen as it’s a fun one!
Hey Amid-I'm going to give the show a shot, but I don't know if I'd ever want to be called a Belly Bro. After the fallout in comments, it looks like someone else from The Hub came in to clean up the mess:
What’s the Care Bears equivalent of a Brony? Belly-Bros? Care-Dudes? “Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot” premieres this June on The Hub TV Network and features the same re-imagined CG animation and spirit of friendship and caring that made shows like “My Little Pony Friendship is Magic” a cult hit.
“Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot” is a modernized, CGI-animated version of the classic animated cartoon, which hits its 30th anniversary this year! Re-imagined in the same vein as the Hub’s other hit television shows, everyone’s favorite bears and their iconic Belly Badges have been transformed with today’s technology into a series that kids and families can enjoy together. I’d love to see if you’d be interested in featuring the bears for the series launch this June.
I have art and clips available and can also do email interviews with Executive Producer Sarah Finn, our director and voice talent. Let me know if this interests you and I can send over some more details!
Hi Amid,But hey! Who knows? Maybe it will blow us all out of the water like Friendship is Magic did? I know my initial reaction to pony was completely negative, but here I am spending ALL HOURS on it. I'm pretty open minded these days.
Last night I came across your story on Cartoon Brew titled “The Hub Hopes Men Will Start Calling Themselves “Belly Bros” and “Care Dudes.” In response, I wanted to let you know that this was an unapproved and unsanctioned pitch by our PR agency that we are completely taken aback by. Both The Hub TV Network nor American Greetings Properties had any knowledge of the pitch angle. It is not our intention to compare Care Bears to My Little Pony and/or the Brony community.
All the best,
Manager, Communications & Publicity
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