My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic #2: Tirek

My Little Pony FIENDship is Magic Tirek Tirek s mad quest for power starts here

  • Title: My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic #2: Tirek
  • Author: Christina Rice Tony Fleecs Amy Mebberson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2020-03-03T12:57:18+00:00

    Tirek s mad quest for power starts here

    Comment 672

    • Kevin J.J. Carpenter says:

      Although there was a brief moment of exposition in the season four finale, this comic fleshes out the two characters a little more thoroughly. The story is blunt, but that's the entire point of Tirek's power. He doesn't have a reason for his power lust. He just wants all he can gain. The art is also fantastic.My only complaint is that it leaves you begging for me. Tirek: The Series anyone? I'd be down for it. I don't know if the little girls would like it though.

    • Sarah Lu says:

      I think that the summary pretty much has it for the second installation of this series. "Tirek's mad quest for power begins." Pretty much.We see the dynamic of Tirek and Scorpan when they were younger and meet Tirek's mentor in magic, Sendak. Sendak captured a unicorn from Equestria to steal it's magic, as it would be more powerful than Sendak's own magic. He warned Tirek that he was not advanced enough to handle the unicorn, but of course, Tirek thinks that he can, and the Unicorn male gets awa [...]

    • Matt Eldridge says:

      After watching the brilliant fourth season finale, I just had to buy this book. Little did I know how disappointed I would be.The didn't really feel like a cohesive story, it felt more like an prologue to a better story we may not see anytime soon. The dialogue felt unnatural and clumsy, it felt like they were just reciting lines instead of saying things like they would naturally. The only redeeming factor would be the very talented artwork and colouring. The creative team made a good world (one [...]

    • Dexter says:

      All throughout this comic I couldn't really remember who Tirek was and I had to look it up. I have very fond memories of that battle scene between him and Twilight, but other than that he left very little impression -- just like a lot of the "big" villains on My Little Pony.The comic is good, but the best thing about it is the art. The world of the centaurs is very beautiful, and young Tirek himself is incredibly attractive. Classic bad boy right there.The story itself is interesting, but nothin [...]

    • Sarah B says:

      I'm liking this Fiendship is Magic thing.lly some backstory for my favorite villains. Young Scorpan is adorable. I like the G1 reference ( the sack around Treik's neck that holds the Rainbow of Darkness). Even though this isn't as much richer than Sombra's backstory, it was still a good backstory :D

    • Blackfeltfedora says:

      3 StarsIt didn't have enough action. I wish it was more like the Sombra book. It needed a lot more detail. I feel like it's one chapter of a good book. I want to know more about Scorpan. Remy Liz, Age 8

    • Solace Winter says:

      It's interesting to see a start to the story of what turned Tirek evil. I just hope that all 5 stories don't start with some softer side. Some baddies just don't have it, however considering this is a children's story it makes sense. Cute story, though, and gives background.

    • AshleyiSee says:

      Love the Tirek angst! Tony Fleec's work is standout in this villain tale!

    • Mel Georgiou says:

      Not as entertaining as #1, but interesting to see exploration of another non-pony kingdom in MLP-verse.

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