The other day, my brother handed me his phone with only the preface of, “you should write an article about this.” He knows me too well.
The last time I talked about My Little Pony, I touched on some of the good messages that the show brought to younger girls—confidence, hard work, and perseverance—and how moves within the show can serve two basic purposes: one of teaching the younger female audience the virtues that will help them when they’re older and the other providing business investors with revenue. Today I’ll be discussing this latter point in concerns to the negative implications to MLP’s audience. However, I won’t be doing this through the Friendship is Magic brand. Instead, I’m going to be looking at the newest member to the franchise, Equestria Girls.
It’s that time again! Let’s take a look at today’s Web Crush!
Skottie Young is an artist and cartoonist who has work with Marvel, Warner Bros., Image, Upper Deck, Mattel and many other well known groups. His art style is not something I always like or enjoy, which is why it surprises me everyday when I view his latest sketches to find that I absolutely fall in love with them. The style works perfectly with the characters he draws and gives them a new look that is so distinct yet still so perfect for who he is depicting.
I strongly suggest everyone check out my latest Web Crush!
It’s time for another Web Crush Wednesdays! And week’s Web Crush is… *drum roll* … Amy Mebberson! Yaaaay!
When trying to decide who to crush on today I realized that it had been awhile since we had any artists here, especially one that draws awesome ladies, and Amy Mebberson does just that. Amy is a cartoonist who has done several comics for The Muppets and Monsters Inc. Amy’s drawing ranges from a combination of Disney, comics, and various other nerdoms combined to make something amazing.