My Little Pony: Pony Tales Volume 1

My Little Pony: Pony Tales Volume 1

Thomas F. Zahler Ryan Lindsay Katie Cook Barbara Randall Kesel Ted Anderson Bobby Curnow Amy Mebberson Tony Fleecs / Feb 18, 2020

My Little Pony Pony Tales Volume Six spotlights focusing on everyone s favorite Ponies Twilight Sparkle Rainbow Dash Rarity Fluttershy Pinkie Pie and Applejack each get a whole issue devoted to them

  • Title: My Little Pony: Pony Tales Volume 1
  • Author: Thomas F. Zahler Ryan Lindsay Katie Cook Barbara Randall Kesel Ted Anderson Bobby Curnow Amy Mebberson Tony Fleecs
  • ISBN: 9781613777404
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Six spotlights focusing on everyone s favorite Ponies Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, and Applejack each get a whole issue devoted to them.

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      • Thomas F. Zahler Ryan Lindsay Katie Cook Barbara Randall Kesel Ted Anderson Bobby Curnow Amy Mebberson Tony Fleecs

        Into every generation there is born an artist A being of such amazing talent and skill, that the world is forever changed by the power of his work He alone stands against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness.Thom Zahler is not that artist.He is, however, an extremely hardworking artist, doing what he can with what talent and skill he has He attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, where he honed his skills and developed strong feelings about the state of New Jersey Immediately returning to his home state of Ohio upon graduation, he worked as a caricaturist at an amusement park, then later as an advertising artist at a great suburban newspaper, and finally as an art director at an area advertising agency.Believing that every great success story starts with the phrase it was a terrible time to start a business, he quit his day job working for The Man in November of 2001 to devote himself full time to the burgeoning Thom Zahler Art Studios empire.His artwork has been seen in the nationwide Prilosec advertising campaign, in countless magazines and newspapers all across the country, and in the pages of numerous comic books He has won awards for both his graphic design and illustration work A relentless glory hound, he is also a recurring presence on Cleveland broadcast media, both television and radio He recently made the jump to the national spotlight as a contestant on the syndicated version of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire where he won 32,000 He could have gone farther, but he didn t know who the hell Charles Goren was.He is a graduate of the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art He has drawn silly things and been paid by Marvel Comics, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, and Prilosec He is also the writer and artist of the Cleveland Indians Slider comic strip He has written and drawn three graphic novels Raider From the Shadows , Raider A Cold Day in Heaven and Raider Dead Men s Tales His current project, Love and Capes has been critically acclaimed and twice part of the national Free Comic Book Day promotion A collection of the first six issues will be released in November of 2008.He lives at his palatial estate, Zahlerdu, in Northeast Ohio Okay, he doesn t really call it Zahlerdu but if he did, it d be because he liked Orson Wells Citizen Kane and not that Olivia Newton John disco and roller skating movie It s not really a palatial estate, either, but it is a nice place.Zahler tries to make it a point to have at least one life altering, horribly scarring relationship every three years or so There should be another window opening up next Tuesday.


    1. I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Before I start I’d like to say a big hello to all of my fellow original My Little Pony fans. I think part of the reason I liked this story so much is that this is what I kind of wished My Little Pony was when I was a kid. Not that I didn’t love My Little Ponies when I was a kid; a legion of plastic ponies, a little stable, a castle, sticker books, and yes some unfortunate clothing (cut me a break I was a kid in [...]

    2. What do you mean I can't read MLP comics at my age? Okay, okay, I'll be careful not to be caught.^ this is me reading it on my tablet (thank you Netgalley!)Okay. So this volume is actually a compilation of six issues, each featuring one of the main ponies.The first story is about Twilight Sparkle who has a special mission from Princess Celestia. She has to help a librarian for a few days and I think all of us bookworms can relate to her enthusiasm, right? Right?Then we have Rainbow Dash, 20% coo [...]

    3. I love MLP, but I found this sorely lacking. The art was fuzzy, and unclear which drove me crazy. I liked the first story, the moral was very sweet.

    4. Okay, confession time, when I was a little girl (therefore around the time of G1 My Little Pony) I was absolutely convinced I would grow up and become Twilight. Not the Stephenie Meyer franchise, the magical pony who could go, "I wish I wish. I wish" and just vanish from wherever she was. So much so that when adults asked me, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I'd answer, "A magical pony".I'm not the biggest fan of Friendship is Magic, in my time (omg, I'm so old) ponies had scary villai [...]

    5. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is a collection of the first six micro-series comics created by Katie Cook, one story featuring each of the Mane Six.My favorites in the set were the 1st, 3rd and 6th (Twilight Sparkle, Rarity and Applejack), but all of them were fun to read and colorful.I've been buying each comic individually, so when I received this book from Netgalley, I didn't realize that it would be everything I'd read already. Still, even though I [...]

    6. Snagged from NetGalley.Twilight(pg.1-22): I liked this one, but then I'm a sucker for anything involving books or writers. 4 stars.Rainbow Dash (pg.23-44): I know the point of each story is to feature one of the six individually, but while Apple Jack has a supporting role, the others are absent and a gremlin-inhabited, happiness-sucking, cloud seems like something Twilight and Pinkie would be involved in. I'm also not sure why Rainbow couldn't fly at the end as her ability to fly has never been [...]

    7. Received via NetGalley, in exchanged for an honest review. Also posted at Girls Read Comics Too.My Little Pony: Pony Tales is a micro-series that spends time with one pony each issue. It’s a cute collection and a peek into the lives of each pony outside of the main group. While some stories weren’t as strong as others, as a whole it was a fun read. I’ll run through each issue here, since I liked a couple much more than the rest.Twilight Sparkle is sent by Princess Celestia to help the inju [...]

    8. I've been amazed at how good these comics have been, and I don't just mean for this book. They all have been. For a comic based off a franchise for children, these are amazing. But since this is a review for this book, I'm only going to talk about this book. Though I do recommend the other books, too. And by the way, yes, I'm not a kid. I'm an adult who happens to love both comics AND the show (I got into it when it was a huge deal with both audiences), so this was a no brainer for me to pick up [...]

    9. My Little Pony: Pony Tales, Vol. 1 is a graphic novel that stars the fourth generation of Hasbro's My Little Pony characters. In this book, each of the mane six- that is, Rarity, Twilight Sparkle, Apple Jack, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Rainbow Dash- each get their own little story in which they individually learn a lesson on friendship.What I really liked about this volume was that it is divided by pony. Don't get me wrong, I love these ponies as a group too, but it was a nice change of pace to [...]

    10. I did say I wanted more Pinkie Pie and I definitely got lots with an entire story dedicated just to her - along with stories spotlighting each of the mane (lol) team. The moral of each story comes down to friendship, as per the apparent requirements of a series with "friendship is magic" as the subtitle. Unlike the other MLP comics I've read with the girls, the ponies don't use magical friendship to solve these problems. They use actual friendship, from Rarity helping out the hippies to Twilight [...]

    11. I loved Fluttershy's storyobably mainly because it was about Fluttershy and knitting and these are among my favourite things. Rarity's story was great fun, as well (I do enjoy seeing Rarity getting her hooves dirtyI am evil). Pinky Pie's and Twilight Sparkle's were both somewhat predictable but set in a library (Twilight) or featured Pinkie's unwavering enthusiasm so it was also hard not to enjoy them. Applejack's was justdull. It felt too long even though each story is only 20-30 pages. And for [...]

    12. ARC from NetGalleySix short stories (one for each main pony) in a single volume. Most of the tales are hit and miss and the artwork is at times indifferent. Most of the ponies come off as more extreme, "whackier" versions of themselves which may appeal to some readers but not this one. I've enjoyed other MLP comic volumes but I will be unlikely to bother with the 'Mane Tales' series again.

    13. Look, since there's a collected edition of this series being published, I'm adding the collected edition and removing all the individual issues from my "read" shelf, making it even easier for you to outread me. Aren't I so honest?As a general rule the micro-series has been clean and delightful. Little stories focusing on each of the ponies that read just like episodes from the show.

    14. I really enjoy these short stories about everypony. It gives you wonderful insight to their personalities, both together and separately.

    15. It's like some hack writer (Zahler) wrote, volume 1 of the micro series is a terrible disappointment.

    16. These six single-issue spotlights on the lead ponies convey the charm of the series' good episodes much better than the lead title with its misguided striving for the epic.

    17. This review and more can be found at The AP Book Club! *I received this comic as an eARC from IDW Publishing on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Every time I see a new My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic is released, I get way more excited than I probably should. I'm pretty sure these are targeted for a (much) younger audience, but I don't care. I really enjoy seeing the Mane Six in fun new adventures! This comic does not disappoint. It collects six short stories, each featuring [...]

    18. Being a Brony I may come into this with a bit of a bias but the truth is that I am still on the first season of the show. The reason for this is also the reason I got this book from the library.You see I have issues with Anxiety and for almost 2 years issues with money and other everyday stressors would spin me into a fit where I would spazz(my term for the fits I have when I'm overstressed) until I got into a deep depression where I would do very little except mope. It was because of this that [...]

    19. Each of the six Mane characters from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic get a starring role in her own story in this collection. Each story does an excellent job of focusing on the star pony. Each story is also written and illustrated by different writers and artists (only Tony Fleecs gets a double shot, as illustrator), so there is a wide range of talent on display. Every story has laugh out loud moments and a strong moral. While many adults don't like being moralized, these types of stories f [...]

    20. I'll admit to having some questions after I read this free Comixology giveaway, such as why the ponies were such adamant letter-writers and how their "cutie marks" actually appeared--is this some kind of sick Huxleyan world where careers are determined based on the shape of a birthmark? I'm confident that many of these queries could be solved with a simple Google search, but I'm quite content to remain in the dark and instead appreciate the things I enjoyed very much about this collection of one [...]

    21. I saw a My Little Pony comic on NetGalley previously, read it, and assumed that was all. Now I find out that there's another comic! So of course I requested it! This comic was a little different from the other one in that it was split into six different stories, with each story focusing on one pony. (On , this is called the micro-series comic book). Twilight's was about books (and friendship), Rainbow Dash about flying, Rarity about relaxing (and friendship), Fluttershy about art, Pinkie Pie abo [...]

    22. ***I was provided an ecopy of this comic via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review***I have a soft spot for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic that I should probably be ashamed of, but whatever. Every time I see a new comic from them, I always request it. And they always have that MLPFIM fun and flare. This collection doesn't disappoint. This graphic novel collects six stories, one from each of the Mane Six. Twilight Sparkle takes a job as the Archivist's assistant. Rainbow Dash battles a [...]

    23. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/My 10 year old absolutely adores My Little Pony. This is her review:The book features most of the current ponies, which she liked. She also liked that the stories were relatively short so she could reread the ones that featured her favorite characters. She felt the stories were a bit more 'reality' than the movie/TV shows; as such, not quite the same as what she was used to seeing on tv. But she said she didn't mind that at all - it [...]

    24. My Little Pony: Pony Tales Vol.1 is a set of stories told about each of the main Little Ponies from the new series. Twilight, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, and Applejack are all included. The book is divided up with a story for each and each story’s art is slightly different for each pony. Fluttershy’s pages are mostly pastels and soft, while Pinkie Pie’s are bolder and more in your face…much like Pinkie Pie. The stories are cute and about various things, like friendship, [...]

    25. This book was generously donated by Diamond Book Distributors.This book is a collection of six short stories. Each one focuses on one of the ponies (Twilight Sparkle, Fluttershy, Apple Jack, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, and Pinkie Pie). The whole gang does not make an appearance in all of the stories. In each story, one of the ponies learns about the importance of friendship.I am a big fan of The Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic television show. The ponies between the pages of this book are the same as [...]

    26. Thank you Diamond Book Distributors for providing me with an ARC copy for review.I have read both volumes of My little Pony: Friendship is Magic and enjoyed them. This graphic novel is Mane Tales, a collection of stories starring one pony in particular, but featuring the others as well. I liked this new approach to the MLP comics and really enjoyed something other than the big group storyline. At the same time, I didn't miss any of the characters since so many were in each story. Of course,me a [...]

    27. There are seven issues compiled into this book. Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack and the Cutie Mark Crusaders each have an issue. The stories are little outtakes that don't really flow together as a greater story line but they are meant to bring the reader to a deeper understanding of each of the characters. My son liked the Rainbow Dash story the best (no surprise, she is his favorite). The Cutie Mark Crusaders story was adorable! Their faces are so expr [...]

    28. Collecting the first six micro-series issues, each one focusing on one of the "Mane Six" lead characters from the popular TV series and toy line, this was a lot of fun. While all very much in keeping with the tone and style of the show, each story--written and drawn by different creative teams--had its own distinctive voice and feel. Similarly, each character had a story appropriate to their personalities, giving us a range of tales from action-adventure (Rainbow Dash), character drama (Twilight [...]

    29. Review copy via NetGalleyMy Little Pony: Pony Tales Volume 1 is a graphic novel that consists of 6 stories, each individual story having a different pony as the focal point. Each story ending with a letter to Princess Celestia with a lesson they have learned. Cute, funny and adorable is what I could call this graphic novel on a whole.BUT that being said it really isn't meant for the younger fans, it is obvious the graphic novel is aimed at the older fan base MLP has, because a child could possib [...]

    30. *This is the one I initially bought for my daughter awhile back! We have read it countless times.*Well, here they are! If you really want to know what I am reading lately, it is My Little Pony compendium comics that my 5-year-old and I take out of the library and read/look at OVER and OVER and OVER again!Some of the stories make . . . not much sense. Others are nice, obviously about the importance of friendship. Some bits are pretty cool and funny, others are kinda lame. Personally I think some [...]

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