At 9/21/11 06:02 PM, roderickii wrote:
Care bears, barbie, BRATZ all remade.
Care Bears' demographic was targeted towards both boys and girls to teach them how to care and it was meant for little kids between the ages of 1-5. I know I remember watching it when growing up.
Barbie and BRATZ however are different from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, but I see where you're going though. Friendship is Magic actually takes what it has to work with and makes something of it and doesn't really play towards any demographic really, it's mainly for girls I'll admit, but when I watch it I find it funny and enjoyable.
Barbie has always been sexist towards girls and BRATZ just sets that generic friendship means everything with very bland and dry characters with little to no substance in story. Both of those only intention was to sell more toys, nothing more.
Friendship is Magic wants you to buy My Little Pony toys of course, but they also give you a well written show with memorable characters and stories.