A Very Brony Reminder: ToS DVD Tomorrow

Due tomorrow, September 30th, is Shout Factory’s My Little Pony: The Complete Series, the G1 of the pony world. Check out the original adventures of the ponies, back before bronies were a thing. Hit the jump for the press release.

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Includes All 65 Episodes of the Original My Little Pony!
Los Angeles, CA Get ready for lots of sunshine, rainbows, and happiness, pony-style! The original tv series that started the My Little Pony phenomenon is finally coming to DVD in its entirety. My Little Pony The Complete Series features all 65 episodes, and will be available September 30 in the U.S. and Canada from Shout! Factory Kids in collaboration with Hasbro Studios.
You’re invited to return to Ponyland, the home of all your favorite classic Little Ponies, including the Earth Ponies, Unicorns, Pegasus Ponies, Flutter Ponies, Sea Ponies, Baby Sea Ponies, their human friends Megan, Danny and Molly and, of course, their dragon friend, Spike! Together, they live a life of games, songs and harmony with allies like the Bushwoolies and Furbobs. But, occasionally, there are problems in Ponyland and the Little Ponies of Paradise Estate must face evil witches, goblins, Stone Backs, Grundles and more! Now you can join in the fun and adventure with My Little Pony: The Complete Series!
Also available on September 30 is My Little Pony: Escape From Catrina and Other Adventures. When the evil, cat-like Catrina attempts to enslave the Little Ponies of Paradise Estates to create a Witchweed potion that will grant her control of the weather, its up to Sundance and Baby Moondancer to save the day! My Little Pony: Escape From Catrina And Other Adventures also features many of the other fan-favorite episodes including Little Piece Of Magic, Would Be Dragonslayer, The Revolt Of Paradise Estate, Rescue From Midnight Castle, and Flight To Cloud Castle, which are also included on My Little Pony: The Complete Series.

A friendly note from Zamuel for the uninitiated (you don’t even know what a Grundle is, do you?) on the chronology of the original episodes:
Rescue at Midnight Castle and Escape From Catrina are chronologically first and should be watched as such. During syndication, they aired aired as the season one and two finales, respectively. This is followed by the 1986 animated movie (which is not included), then the start of the series proper The End of Flutter Valley. Everything else should be in order following that.