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My Little Pony #17 


I am mixed about what happens in My Little Pony #17. I will get into that later in this review. I am very thankful and blessed I had the money to purchase a copy of this comic book. My Little Pony #17 cost $3.99 to purchase. There are twenty pages of comic book content, then one of next month's covers, alternate covers, and then some advertisements. There will be spoilers in this review of My Little Pony #17. The main storyline continues.

The good in My Little Pony #17 is we have a to be continued at the end of this comic book. The bad in My Little Pony #17 is we don't really make it much of anywhere. The ponies figure out that the old switcheroo was enacted. They try to hide it from the public. They contact Milkyway to get it fixed. There is quibbling over the difference between wish and want. Some think it is the same thing whereas others feel there is a difference between the words.

At the end of My Little Pony #17 the two ponies that were switched decide to try and live out the life of the other one. Most of My Little Pony #17 was fighting what happened and trying to get it reversed without actually coming to an understanding of how hard the life of the other one actually is. My Little Pony #17 ends with both of them thinking it will not be very difficult to live the life of the other one. We know what pride leads to.

The issues families can have with My Little Pony #17 are lying, violence, and magic. The two ponies run into a variety of things trying to get to Milkyway. There is quite a bit of anger and frustration in My Little Pony #17 as well. I guess My Little Pony #17 is dealing with one of the stages of grief. There is definite denial and anger in My Little Pony #17. I suppose acceptance will come in a future issue of this comic book.

I am very glad there is a storyline spanning across multiple issues. My Little Pony #17 continues the storyline that will continue into the next issue. I just wish there had been a bit more progress. Kids may enjoy some of the humor within My Little Pony #17. I found it to be funny personally. Especially when the one character did not want to admit to what they did. The sisters play the blame game in My Little Pony #17 as well.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Writing: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Story: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Comic Book
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Author: Bronfman, Mebberson, Breckel
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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