My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Changes Lives

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is magical. It changes lives. There are those who love it. Those who judge it. And in this article, we’ll explore how it has impacted the hearts of many.

The series had its last episode aired in 2019. It also had 9 successful seasons, a theatrical released film and more from creator Lauren Faust. And despite its end, the fandom is still going strong.

Between the good and the bad, All Ages of Geek wants to experience it all. We hope to bring nostalgia back to fans who united from one simple word. Friendship.

Toxic Culture Behind My Little Pony Friendship is Magic

What’s so toxic about a pony show? Well, it’s silly. People question why older fans are so dedicated to a show for younger audiences. Thing is, cartoons are for everyone. The lessons and morals of stories can impact anyone. A series about ponies and magic can be just as powerful as a movie about car races like Fast & Furious.

Making up for that Online Hate

Fans of My Little Pony have told us why they love the series. This is proof of the fandom’s positivity.

All Ages of Geek + My Little Pony

All Ages of Geek will be doing reactions to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Patrons will get 1 week Early Access to uncut Reactions and Behind the Scenes. Reactions will then be edited onto the YouTube Channel. A lineup of videos include:

  • Reactions
  • Reviews/Discussions
  • Podcasts
  • Articles/Interviews
  • Gameplays
  • Book Clubs

Stay tuned as we interview fans of the series! And gear up for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 1!

Why do you love MLP? We’d love to feature your answers!

2 comments on “My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Changes Lives

  1. Sean Velasquez says:


  2. Aaneik Maiti says:

    PINKIE PIE!!!!

Leave a Reply

Greetings fellow guardians, Tracy here with a special news update on…
With Halloween coming up a lot of us are questioning what…
Want to learn in a fun new way while also playing…
We interviewed Burger Snail – Super Walrus Games all about their…
At All Ages of Geek, we love to hear from our…
By Henry Belman Firebending is perhaps the most well-explored of any…