Rainbow Dash is overjoyed when Wonderbolt Spitfire invites her to a special training camp. However, Spitfire is hiding a secret that she is ashamed to admit. Will Dash be able to help before the camp turns into chaos?
My Little Pony: Friends Forever #11 is a fun, effervescent story. The characters are bright and expressive, and the action depicted well. My Little Pony maintains its all-ages appeal by telling skillfully-crafted stories that both kids and adults can relate to. After all, this issue shows that even grown ponies can have a lot to learn. Read Full Review
MLP:FiM:FF #11 isn't perfect, and honestly, its generic plot hurts it quite a bit. But I'll be damned, the art style and execution here are both very charming. Art has always been a saving grace for MLP:FiM, and that continues here. Couple that with some fairly strong personalities, and yeah, I had fun. Read Full Review
Overall, a pretty okay issue of Friends Forever. The beginning until the middle was admittedly not very good and without the payoff and Rainbow Dash's stellar portrayal the score would have been lower. The story by the end is heartwarming enough to earn a higher score. Read Full Review
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