Category Archives: G3

Discovery Family to Air "MY LITTLE PONY: A Very Minty Christmas" on December 13th

To kick of their holiday line-up, Discovery Family will be showing "MY LITTLE PONY: A VERY MINTY CHRISTMAS" on December 13th at 7PM ET/ 6 PM CT. While this special stars the G3 incarnation of MY LITTLE PONY, instead of the current G4 "Friendship is Magic" line, it still has its merits and will be a fun watch for all.

 Did you know that the title of character, Minty, is voiced by Tabitha St. Germain who currently voices the character of Rarity in the MY LITTLE PONY: Friendship is Magic series? Have fun watching Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash in their previous G3 incarnations! With Ponies, Santa, and a song about Christmas Socks, this cute holiday special is sure to be a hit with your little ones.



In addition to MY LITTLE PONY: A VERY MINTY CHRISTMAS, Discovery Family’s special holiday programming includes the premieres of LITTLEST PET SHOP (Season 3) “Winter Wonder” on December 13 at 12:30 p.m. and TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS (Season 2) “The Riders of Winter” on December 13 at 1 p.m.

Take 15% off My Little Pony price guides and stickers and they’ll arrive by Christmas!

mlp sale

Take 15% off your total order of any of our My Little Pony stickers or collecting guides at http://shop.pricednostalgia.com/ by using the promo code VSUWQ1385619 at checkout. Domestic AND International orders are welcome! Order as late as December 20th with US Priority Mail and your order will still arrive in time for Christmas!

But this offer is only available for the first 100 shoppers and the discount code will automatically expire so act quickly if you want to take advantage.

Forward this to your friends and family to drop a little hint what you’d like this holiday season! ;-)

Want Summer Hayes’ newest My Little Pony Collecting guide for less than retail?

As you may have heard, Summer Hayes’ The My Little Pony 2009-2012 Collector’s Inventory is coming out July 6th, 2013. The My Little Pony Fair and Convention will serve as the book launch party and, if you’ll be there, you’ll be able to not only buy a copy but also get her to sign it for you too. Pretty nifty, huh?

If you, like me, will be missing out on the MLP fun this upcoming weekend, I have good news! While the book won’t be available in most bookstores until after the launch, Amazon has it up for pre-order and has been shipping pre-orders immediately instead of making you wait for the official release date. So, if you order your copy right now from Amazon, you can have it before most bookstores even have the book in stock.

But this offer is about to get at least 20% cooler! Amazon is offering an early bird discount of 35% off the retail price! So, not only will you get your copy before anyone else, you’ll get it for less than the wholesale cost retailers pay. Even Priced Nostalgia Press itself can’t sell the book for that low so an offer this good won’t come around again.

Knowing Amazon, this price can change at any time so make sure you act quickly if you don’t want to miss out. You can get your copy from Amazon here.

My Little Pony’s Pinkie Pie made her feature film debut in Transformers (2007)

Photo credit TFWiki.net

There hasn’t been a My Little Pony feature film since 1986’s creatively titled My Little Pony: The Movie, but one popular pink pony managed to sneak her way into the multiplexes since then in a brief cameo in 2007’s Transformers.

In the Micheal Bay blockbuster, a little girl carrying a Pinkie Pie plushie mistakes the Transformer Ironhide for the tooth fairy. As both Transformers and My Little Pony are Hasbro properties, the cameo was not only cute but also probably made someone in corporate use the phrase “brand synergy.”

But what you may not realize is that My Little Pony and Transformers have met more than once. The Transformers wiki has a breakdown of all the My Little Pony/Transformers crossovers since the inception of both toylines here.

Personally, I remember seeing the Transformers trailer for the first time in theatres and cackling like a crazy person when Pinkie Pie showed up on screen because it was just too perfect. What did you think of the pink wonder’s feature film debut? And, more importantly, do you think we’ll ever get another My Little Pony feature film?