• Amy Keating Rogers Heading to BronyCon


    BronyCon continues it's show staffer flood with Amy Keating Rogers, the writer behind all sorts of awesome oldschool pony episodes. If you want to meet her, head on down below for the details!






    AMY KEATING ROGERS JOINS THE TRAVEL PARTY FOR BRONYCON 2018

    (BALTIMORE) - We’re nearing our final destination on the road to BronyCon 2018 this July 27-29. But we still have more friends and passengers to pick up along the way. Today we’re happy to announce Amy Keating Rogers is joining the travel party as our next Guest of Honor!

    Rogers is best known to “My Little Pony” fans as a writer for “Friendship is Magic” from the series start in 2010 until 2015. Her episode credits include “Testing Testing 1, 2, 3,” “Filli Vanilli,” and “Fall Weather Friends.”

    Rogers was also the head writer for the original version of “The Powerpuff Girls,” and also wrote books and comic books based on the series. During her time on the show, her group received four Daytime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Animated Program. Rogers has also written episodes for cartoon series such as “The Fairly OddParents,” “Johnny Bravo,” and “Samurai Jack.”

    Currently, Rogers is a staff writer for “T.O.T.S.,” a Disney Junior show scheduled to debut next year.

    Those interested in learning more about Rogers extensive backlog can visit http://bronycon.org/guests for more information.

    To register, visit BronyCon’s registration page. Badges for BronyCon will cost more at the door, so don’t wait! Also make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter, and Telegram to be the first to hear our latest announcements.

    About BronyCon: Based in Baltimore, Md., the tenth iteration of BronyCon is scheduled for July 27-29, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The convention features special guests, diverse programming, events, and a multi-night music festival featuring 14 hours of live music from some of the greatest fandom musicians. For more information, check out bronycon.org.



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