My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic #3

My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic #3

Writer: Ted Anderson Artist: Agnes Garbowska Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: April 15, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The first My Little Pony mini-series event! This month-long weekly limited series explores the secret origins of the Equestria's greatest villains!

The Sirens from Rainbow Rocks Equestria origin revealed!

  • 9.0
    ComicBuzz - Vixen Ninetails May 4, 2015

    This was a very interesting issue and one fans would really enjoy. According to this issue sliced bread was created in Roman times. Its interesting seeing ponies in toga's, not something I expected to be seeing when I opened the issue. The artwork is just as easy to follow as the other issues and the inside cover is gorgeous. It features Pinkie Pie with her pet crocodile with Mexican inspired make up. Very detailed and resembles the style from The Book of Life movie that came out last year. This issue is a winning success. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Geeked Out Nation - Kate Coenen Apr 18, 2015

    Aria Blaze, Adagio Dazzle, and Sonata Dusk may be villains, but when they take the stage in this issue of My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic I don't care how wicked they are. The colorfully illustrated music battles make this playful issue a fun read. To get the full effect of the Sirens, fire up the Rainbow Rocks soundtrack as you read this issue, and you'll fall under their spell. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez Apr 15, 2015

    Overall, while not a bad comic, the Sirens' backstory ends up being pretty lackluster. They aren't as particular interesting as they are in Rainow Rocks. At least we see a young Star Swirl in action, despite his controversial move at the end. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    We The Nerdy - Chad Waller Apr 17, 2015

    On the art front, the comic looks alright, though there's nothing here that'll blow you away. For being strange-looking creatures, the Sirens all look good, and as per Ponies, there are always some fun facial expressions to be found. But on the whole, I found the backgrounds to be fairly lifeless, and I certainly didn't feel the need to reread the comic to appreciate the art like I normally do. Read Full Review

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