Moondancer’s Mischievous Magic
Source: My Little Pony comic #6 (G1)
Comments: This is my thousandth post, so I looked for a comic featuring my favorite childhood pony, Moondancer! This comic is very close to her backcard story (except on the backcard Twilight comes looking for Cotton Candy). I remember being completely enthralled with this pony drama as a little girl.
My Little Pony comic #13, “Dream Castle Spring Clean”, 1985
Summary: A nefarious red cloud is roiling towards Ponyland. If it finds a single red object, it will take over the kingdom!
- Posey Plush & Doll
- Parasol Plush & Doll
- Blossom Plush & Doll
- Moondancer Plush & Doll
- Bowtie Plush & Doll
- Starshine Plush & Doll
- Cotton Candy Plush & Doll
- Surprise Adult & Baby Plushes & Baby Surprise Doll
- Firefly Plush & Doll
- Cherries Jubilee Plush & Doll
The Magic Comb
Source: My Little Pony and Friends comic #2 (G1)
Comments: G1 pony comics, ladies and gentlemen.
I particularly like this story because of the clever twist (the comb exchange) and because the ending is so ironic. The ponies don’t even know that Ebony is their enemy, they don’t even know that she’s running off to a horrible fate. And because of that, she will never ever escape. Because the Witch Princess laughing her butt off is clearly not going to stage a rescue.
Speaking of which, THE WITCH PRINCESS. Throwing a garden party. Glorious, glorious G1.
Dream Castle Spring Clean
Source: My Little Pony comic #13 (G1)
Comments: I know I always keep my shoes in vases.
The Witch’s Garden
Source: My Little Pony comic #44 (G1)
Comments: Hard to say what I love more, the witch’s garden being literally next door—with a sign that says “WITCH’S GARDEN”—or Spike’s expression when he sees Witch Wanda.
Moonstone’s Midnight Adventure, Part 3
Source: G1 Annual, 1985
See Also: Click here for other parts of the story
Comments: One of my favorite pictures of Majesty.