Are you a brony who also loves electronics projects? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. You can make your own My Little Pony soldering iron, which makes the ponies more like unicorns. Because friendship is magic.
Do you or your kids love Transformers? How about Magic The Gathering? Or My Little Pony? Well, you’re in luck, because this year, Hasbro is kicking off their first ever HASCON – a family-friendly convention for fans of the company’s many awesome toys and games.
My Little Pony has been around for a long time. I remember the toys from way back in the day when I was young. My daughter loves horses, but she isn’t a fan of My Little Pony because they aren’t realistic.
Bigshot Toyworks is now raising funds on Kickstarter for Four Horsies of the ‘Pocalypse. The four-figure set is the toymaker’s follow up to Maddie, its Cthulhu and My Little Pony mashup toy. The set includes Raven, the horsie of Famine, Clash, the horsie of War, Calamity, the horsie of Pestilence and Ghost, the horsie of Death.
Need more My Little Pony excitement? Sure you do. This is Iron Hoof, a mechanical pony ride. He can withstand up to 286 pounds. So even the largest brony can get on and experience a variable 3-speed ride.
To raise awareness about unhealthy eating, illustrator Alex Solis started Famous Chunkies. It’s a series of caricatures of superheroes, villains and other popular characters that illustrate what they would be like if they were fat.
I’d totally be down with becoming chunky Ryu if it meant I could conjure burgers.
Thanks to the Internet, it’s much easier for fan art to go viral and reach not just content creators but other fans as well. Recognizing that 3D printing can help turn those fan-made ideas into real goods, Hasbro is working with Shapeways to release SuperFanArt, a line of toys made by My Little Pony fans for fellow fans.
Legend says that when this My Little Pony sword with cutie mark is pulled from the stone, they will have found their king…or Queen. The problem is that ponies only have hooves, so no one can remove the sword from the stone.
You can now own get a vinyl figurine of Maddie, the Cthulhu-inspired pony that Bigshot Toyworks revealed earlier this year. Like Goat Simulator, Maddie started out as a joke but was awakened from her nap time by the Internet’s adulation.
This isn’t your father’s Oldsmobile. It is Bronie Hayden Sailer’s, who is a serious fan of Princess Luna from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. It takes a serious Pony fan to ride around in this classic Olds decorated with a custom hood ornament that looks like the little Pony.
My Little Pony fans will love what DeviantARTist Chris Cardi of CARDI-ology is doing. He modifies Xbox 360controllers with pop culture themes, like Batman and Pikachu to name a few. However, these Pony controllers really take the cake.
Check out this mixed media Darth Vader, made from all kinds of electronics and gadgets. It looks just like the real Vader – if he were made from circuit boards, PlayStation controllers, Game Boys iPods and mice.
Get that Brony band back together because it is time to rock the Pony Kingdom. This custom electric guitar by Vladislav is pretty and pretty awesome, and it’s all decked out in a Twilight Sparkle theme.
deviantART member Brianna Garcia made these Cretacious ponies. Despite their sharp teeth and large claws, they still look sweet and friendly. Especially when you compare them to the Cthulhu ponies.
Pinkie Pie looks pumped up. Or hungry.
An ancient evil has awakened. And he is so adorable! This cute Cthulhu pony comes from Bigshot Toyworks who is developing a Cthulhu-themed My Little Pony named Maddie. She is one of the characters in their upcoming toy and animation series aptly called “Friendship is Maddness.”