— FEATURED —
Black Code: how spies, cops and crims are making cyberspace unfit for human habitation
We Can Fix it! - a graphic novel time travel memoir
The technology that links taxonomy and Star Trek
— COMICS —
Tom the Dancing Bug
TOM THE DANCING BUG: Super-Fun-Pak Comix, featuring Caveman Robot, and MORE!
Brain Rot: The Statue
Real Stuff: Fatal Fellatio
— GUATEMALA SPECIAL SERIES —
Guatemala awaits Constitutional Court rulings, defense continues legal challenges to genocide trial
Victoria Sanford: "It’s Too Soon to Declare Victory in Guatemalan Genocide"
Xeni on PBS NewsHour, in Guatemala: Ríos Montt genocide verdict and aftermath
— RECENTLY —
Odd Duck: great picture book about eccentricity and ducks
Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction
Illustrator William Stout's Legends of the Blues - exclusive excerpt
Hackers prepare for first "national holiday" in their honor
Review: Disunion, the VR guillotine simulator
Mousetronaut: kids' picture book about mouse in space, written by a Shuttle pilot
Review: Pebble e-paper watch
Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong: YA graphic novel about robots, romance and school elections
Old School Dungeons & Dragons: Wizards of the Coast’s Problem Child
Jello Biafra and The Guantanamo School Of Medicine's "White People and the Damage Done"
— FOLLOW US —
Boing Boing is on Twitter and Facebook. Subscribe to our RSS feed or daily email.
— POLICIES —
Except where indicated, Boing Boing is licensed under a Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing with attribution
— FONTS —
Rob Beschizza at 10:25 am Mon, Jan 9, 2012
(press ESC to stop paywall)
And yes, the pictures do explain a lot.
Are “My little Pomies” extra high in DEHP?
Can’t help but notice the Brony-moobs.
Am I mixing up cause and correlation?
Anyhow, how much of a Brony are you?
I think we need a equivalent product for boys, “My Mighty Wolf.”
Dozens and dozens of snarly-looking collectible little wolves,with various combinations of notched ears, piercings, fearsome fur patterns and cybernetic enhancements.
I’d watch THAT cartoon any day.
And it would be fascinating if that show gathered a rabid fanbase of mature women.
Nicknamed “Mama Wolves”.
Still wouldn’t be as cool as why-wolves…
“Dedicated to the spirit of inquiry . . . . and bloodlust!”
What a fricking great cartoon.
I still have to laugh whenever I see bronies described as being “mostly male” – the word specifically refers to the male fans of the series.
Really should get around to watching it one of these days.
Maybe that was the case at the beginning, but at least now brony is used for male a female fans alike. There were (and still are sometimes) discussion going on about how women fans of the show should be called (sisnies, pegasisters, …). But every girl a heard about it so far is using “brony” as well. Also I don’t see why the name should be seperated by sex.