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Ponyville Daily - Prologue Part I by Dori-to Ponyville Daily - Prologue Part I by Dori-to
After 6 months of work it has finally started:

Ponyville Daily - The comic series!!

This is the first part of an epic series based around the Ponyville newstation...

Enjoy!


OC Credits:
Stormyhero belongs to Rayhiros
Jeremiah belongs to TurboSolid
Mitt Poney belongs to 10art1


:iconturbosolid: did backgrounds
:icon10art1: did screenplay, storyboarding, and coloring,
:icondori-to: did storyboarding, outlining, and shading

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:iconbronyjoe111:
A little shaky in the start as far as the script goes. It feels a little rushed. But, it got better at the middle when the story gets going. Love the part with the private firm director; lots of character! Needless to say, the animation is top notch! I like the shading, allowing the reader to feel depth as opposed to your run-of-the-mill cartoon. My only suggestion is to keep working on those introductory panels. They could use a little more pacing. I understand you're not trying to make a graphic novel here, but it could be played out a little better.
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Ye asked so I shall give. I'll go panel by panel before giving final thoughts.

Panel 1: Nothing much to say here. I like the young cartoony look it has.

Panel 2: Only gripe here is the jump from introduction in panel 1 to passing off to field agent here. Perhaps add the punctuations to represent the character had been talking for some time to make it flow better. Example: "...thank you [insert name here]. This is Zed Zapper signing out. Now back to you, Erin."

Panel 3: Again, nothing much to say. Still liking the art design.

Panel 4: Derpy's hair seems to be kinda spiky. Unless you were going for the "static shocked" look then bravo, you succeed.

Panel 5: Classic. Epic win there. Reminds me of school...

Panel 6: I wonder what happened on the screen. Had to be funny to get those kind of reactions.

Panel 7: Seems to be jumping the gun a bit here. Like changing the TV channel in the middle of a good part. Still, the new "channel" is funnier than the last one. SO no quibble here. Humor beats rationalism again...

Panel 8: The boss's front left leg looks outta place here. Looks broken or something. And that clipboard, wrong angle...

Panel 9: The cutie mark on the camera pony seems a bit sharp edged to fit into the setting of the comic.

Panel 10: I love his expression. That is all.

Panel 11: I think having him wide eyed while saying that would have helped expand the humor of the strip more. Still a good choice of pose.

Panel 12: I KNOW I'm not the first to think "RAPE FACE" on this panel. Perfect expression to finish off what was started in the last panel.

Panel 13: I like the tired and annoyed expression as he seemingly tells us (the readers) to go hang the flyers.

Final thoughts:
The vision behind what this comic is portraying gets a solid 5 from me. I can see what the artist set out to do and I feel he hit it head on with the mini story in strip.

As for originality, I give a 4. Not because it was poor or anything. It's just that I've seen a lot of these jokes so many times I've lost count. The way they were put together feels somewhat original. I like.

The technique used here is a good one that has stood the test of time. I give a 4 because of the little quibbles I mentioned above. All around it is very good.

And the impact? A solid 5. I got the point driven straight home so fast I was spinning and my brain hadn't even left point A yet. The humor here is timeless and only a really dumb idiot would miss it.

I call this an overall success.
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1cosmiconsciousness Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  New member
xD
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9king Featured By Owner May 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
lol funny
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vash755 Featured By Owner May 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
had me on the floor.XD
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knightr33 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
CNN reference nice eager to see Wolf blitzer make an appearance he's my fave lol are you going to do Anderson Cooper and  Piers Morgan ? :la:
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Yami-Marik93 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
spongebob reference.
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MetroXLR99 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
The "$" Pony reminds me of J. Jonah Jameson: He fires his employee's Twenty Times a Week.
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andrewtheOwl Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
That was one heck of a comical mess.
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FrostHeavy Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
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CobaltDawg Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012
GET RON BURGENPONY ON THE PHONE!!!
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MusicBrushLoveland Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG, that was funny as hay! Love dori-to.
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