Needless to say that this Earnings Report will be overshadowed by the news of the My Little Pony movie set to come out in 2017. However, this was the day of the quarterly earnings call and the news is very positive from Pawtucket, RI. All items mentioned here are derived from the transcript of the call courtesy of Seeking Alpha.

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Friends Forever #10 Extended Preview

We’ve got an extended preview of Friends Forever #10 available through ISSUU though readers will probably need to view it in full screen. Check it out, and check out what Iron Will will do together with Fluttershy this Wednesday.

My Little Pony Movie Slated for 2017

According to Variety, Hasbro has announced that they’re currently making an animated My Little Pony movie, with plans to release it in 2017. Check below the break for more details from the article specifically about MLP.

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Courtesy of the Enterplay Facebook Page

Courtesy of the Enterplay Facebook Page

At last! news is starting about the Crystal Games! Some great tidbits about some specific cards, and more below the break!

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It’s no secret that Cartoon Network’s Thursday lineup has become Must-See TV as of late. Despite an NFL game and Game 5 of the NLCS, all five of CN’s shows drew over 2.2 million viewers. In the case of Steven Universe and “Secret Team,” it’s a new high for the show at 2.462M viewers. Only Teen Titans Go! drew more viewers among CN’s five shows on Thursday night.

The average for the season is now at 1.707M, but since September, the show has average 2.127M an episode. Six of the last eight episodes have averages over two million viewers after none of the first 21 did.

The first season was to have lasted just 26 episodes, but Cartoon Network expanded the season to 52 episodes and granted a second season of that length. More and more people are believing in Steven these days as it looks as though he has a home on Thursday nights.

The ratings information provided cites Nielsen Media Research.


LPS Short: “Monkey Chase”

A new LPS short is up, this time focusing on the wild imagination of our favorite monkey artist, Minka.

DJ Hackamore’s Album Winter Smash Up

Winter Smash Up


This series of albums comes to us from an artist credited as Hackamore. If you go to Hackamore’s channel at the moment only contains two of the albums in their entirely and a collab with Megaphoric. Hackamore, however does seem to be credited with the song “Don’t Come Back Luna” on the Rainbow’s and Rooted compilation Four’s Fall Down. Looking through my own collection of fandom music I was able to locate another track; a collab between Hackamore and Le Soldat Pony called “Eternity.”

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