Friday, June 28, 2013

Birthday Blow-Up

Here's part of a summary of an upcoming Phineas and Ferb episode "Happy Birthday, Isabella", set to air on Disney Channel on July 12th, 2013.

"Phineas and the gang celebrate Isabella's birthday in a big way, but all she really wants is some quiet time with Phineas."





She's not gonna get it, is she?

And what about Candace?  Curiously enough, even though she didn't call Isabella's mom in the episode "Not Phineas and Ferb" in an attempt to bust her, will she try to bust her brothers for throwing their closest their friend a big blazing birthday bash?





She's going to try and bust them, isn't she?

*sigh*  I rest my case.  This stinks.  You know, I really hate to be negative about this show of all TV shows, but it just seems so obvious after all these episodes I've seen and figuring out pretty much how they work, including each and every running gag.

No, it's no use arguing...  It's been set in stone already and everyone knows it.

Monday, June 24, 2013

The Ultimate Bombshell

I'm sure that many of you straggling fans of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fandom are aware that Meghan McCarthy informed us that the royal Pegasus guard named Flash Sentry, the pony who had the potent to become Twilight's first love interest, is not set to be in Season 4.  To some, it's like she dropped a bombshell on us, but others are rejoicing.  And for those people, it's like they don't want their 'beloved' Twilight in a relationship.

Why is that?!  What is wrong with these bronies?!  And that's not the half of it.  Now I've heard that Lauren Faust herself did not originally want any of the Mane 6 to end up in relationships during the series, not even Spike and Rarity.

Jeez.  You know, that's like saying Lauren Faust didn't want any romance in the show whatsoever.  Look, I get the whole emphasis of the show, I really do.  I know it's about friendship, though the Season 2 finale could lead just about anyone to become a doubting Thomas on that (you know I'm right), but come on!  Romance is everywhere in fiction, as in completely unavoidable.  Disney films are more than capable of creating romance and still sticking to the emphasis on friendship at the same time... and most of them target kids as demographic audiences!  I am also well aware that Lauren Faust was originally trying to break away from typical girly stuff, but please!  What's wrong with romance?  Not even the episode "Hearts and Hooves Day" proved anything, besides that it was just another shot to the gut by railing on the Cutie Mark Crusaders for no apparent reason.  At this rate, Phineas will become fully aware of Isabella's feelings for him before Twilight gets a real colt-friend... all because Flash Sentry isn't coming for Season 4.  And just when I thought Season 4 could throw in something worthwhile instead of just being empty space that isn't necessary what with Twilight's journey technically complete.

And for those of you who think Twilight will always have her books, well screw you.  She's not that much of an egghead, I should think and totally deserves being in a romantic relationship with a handsome stallion.  But even the staff isn't too supportive of this apparently.  What could have been easily the next step in Twilight's life is now gonna be nonexistent, making Season 4 rather pointless once again.  Flash Sentry could have made it, but he's gone now.

I can assure you that when I create my own characters and worlds with them, there will be romance amongst them, even if it's the tiniest bit or the most subtle hints.  And romance isn't just a Disney thing, so that's not an excuse for the Mane 6 to be left out.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Forgotten, But Not Lost

As a nod to the Kingdom Hearts game series, in this episode of Phineas and Ferb, "Fly on the Wall", it is mentioned by Phineas that they know about the song "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)" from the movie "Across the Second Dimension", but the same time, he questions how exactly they know about it, seeing as their memories of the events had been erased.  This proves that without a doubt that while they merely forgot the events of that day, the memories themselves remained etched in their hearts.  Forgotten, but not lost.  What this pretty much means is that they may know about certain events, but do not know how because they don't remember.  This would also include Isabella kissing Phineas on the lips.  Somewhere, etched in their hearts, that part still remains locked away.  But whether or not it will be unlocked when the fated episode "Act Your Age" finally airs, probably sometime next year, has yet to be determined.  Stay tuned...

Sunday, June 16, 2013

In Light of Equestria Girls! When Bronies Fight...

So, the bronies and pretty much most of the fandom for My Little Pony:  Friendship is Magic are still exploding with fury over "Equestria Girls" and how it could potentially ruin the series for the umpteenth time.  Personally, I still don't get why they just haven't got up and left the fan base instead of spamming Hasbro with death threats and hate mail.  So I thought I'd present two of my projects, both of which deal with the Season 3 finale, "Magical Mystery Cure", which was the first time I heard about how big a brony's outrage could get.  They really think Hasbro is screwing around with the fan base when in fact Hasbro possibly had this planned for a very long time and that's just sad.  So here we are.

The Fourth Princess
Date of completion:  February 7, 2013

The Fourth Princess 2:  The Hatred Continues
Date of completion:  March 16, 2013

Enjoy!  Or don't, see what I care.

"What can men do against such reckless hate?"

Friday, June 14, 2013

The App is a Trap

Okay, how many of you suckers went and got this free app off of iTunes?  The app based on the series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic produced by Gameloft has clearly been a trap right from the get-go, especially because it's a free app that involves spending iTunes money on stuff such as its exclusive Gems.  And now, apparently the latest update has broken the app practically completely, meaning that Gameloft has been too lazy to fix glitches before public releases and now they're probably laughing in the faces of suckers everywhere going "Ha, ha!  You fell for our little trap!  Thanks for the money, suckers!"  So, anybody wanna file a lawsuit?