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194 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Animation: Tsum Tsum m... · 1 reply · +5 points

I see so many people playing this game on the train. Men and women alike. So much of a phenomenon, Tsum Tsum is, it snagged a People's Choice award for Japanese Licensing of the Year. Truly a juggernaut.

247 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - CMC Equestria Girls Po... · 0 replies · +2 points

ADORABLE! I need a Scootaloo, stat!

258 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Season 4 Finale Episod... · 0 replies · +9 points

I almost feel like you'd have a shorter list if you listed the ones that *didn't* use the trope.

264 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Conventions Compilatio... · 1 reply · +3 points

Incorrect! They are simply more silently tolerated.

266 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Japanese Season 3 Open... · 0 replies · +3 points

Season 3 has NOT been licensed yet. This is a fan-made opening. It was actually pretty easy to tell...there was no furigana above the kanji! Anime aimed at little kids more often than not will have it, because otherwise kids might not be able to read it. I must say, the TV Tokyo mark and clock in the corner were nice touches.

283 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Brony Doc Airs Tonight... · 1 reply · +1 points

Will it be accessible outside of North America?

310 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - We Love Fine, Enterpla... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hasbro's first hit toy was Mr. Potato Head, so it's not surprising! Not to mention third generation Hassenfeld brother (HasBro? Eh?) and past president/CEO/chairman Alan Hassenfeld took a particularly strong liking to Mr. Potato Head, which could be why we still see quite a bit of him around today...

(If you want to learn more about Hasbro's history, I highly recommend the book "Toy Wars: The Epic Struggle Between G.I. Joe, Barbie, and the Companies that Make Them". It is slightly biased in favor of Hasbro, but it provides a lot of background you won't really find elsewhere.)

311 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Japanese Pony - Openin... · 0 replies · +8 points

As far as I can tell, Japanese fans rely on English-speaking fans for background pony names. I don't think we'll see much difference.

318 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Nightly Roundup #580 · 0 replies · +2 points

Bandai is most definitely still around. I can't possibly imagine either company would see this as a huge threat, though.

322 weeks ago @ Equestria Daily - Set #2 of the MLP Trad... · 0 replies · +1 points

That error has been corrected in the second printing.