Jeremy Whitley is an American comic book writer and artist, known as the creator of the series Princeless. In 2011 Whitley joined Action Lab Entertainment as their official Director of Marketing and head of PR, where he handles solicitations, reviews, press releases, and interviews. Jeremy has also co-written licensed properties from the publisher including the 2012 digital mini-series GlobWorld and the ongoing series NFL RushZone. In addition to his original creations, he has also been a regular writer for IDW's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and My Little Pony: Friends Forever. Christina Rice is a librarian, archivist, author, wife and mother. Her first book, Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel was published by the University Press of Kentucky in November 2013 and she has written multiple issues of the My Little Pony comic book series (IDW). She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, writer Joshua Hale Fialkov, their daughter, two dogs, and a disgruntled cat. Agnes Garbowska was born in Poland and came to Canada when she was four years old. Being an only child she escaped into a world of books, cartoons, and comics. Fueled by all the imaginary worlds her interest in art grew. Agnes has worked with many of the major comic book publishers, most recently illustrating titles for My Little Pony for IDW, Victories for Dark Horse, Li'l Vampi for Dynamite Entertainment. She has worked with Marvel Comics, providing artwork for Girl Comics and Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special. She was also the artist on the 2014 Halloween Comic Fest comic, The Adventures of Ernie, from Aspen Comics. Brenda Hickey is a comic artist and writer from Prince Edward Island, Canada. She's had an unhealthy obsession with the comics art form from a very young age, and can't remember a time when she wasn't drawing. In 2007 she graduated from the Holland College Graphic Design program in her home town of Charlottetown, and had a short stint working in layouts in animation. Now she mainly focuses on comics, and her most well known work is on IDW's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic series. Other works include her self published mini series Tatian in Halls of the Turnip King, her webcomic series In the Air, comic issues for Bayer Medical, as well as contributions to several comic anthologies.
Overall, one of, if not the best issue of Friends Forever yet. The writing is crisp, humorous, and with a great moral. The wait for Season 5 might be brutal, but with comics like this it's hard to complain. - Daniel Alvarez, Unleash The Fanboy (on issue #13, in this collection)
As simple as My Little Pony's lessons may seem, they also strike close to home, and since I experience stress a lot like Twilight I appreciate this issue even more than usual. That My Little Pony couches these life lessons in fun and imaginative stories is key to its enduring appeal. - Kate Coenen, Geeked Out Nation (on issue #17, in this collection)