Yes, I am a HUGE fan of the beautiful series known as The Mr. Men Show, and indeed I had seem some of the old version and read its books when I was a little kid, but I have to be honest when I say that I LOVE the new version so much better.
It breaks my heart to realize that it had only aired for two seasons and that was it, appearing to no longer air on Cartoon Network. What's even more heartbreaking is how some fans of the show just forget it long after its over.
Honestly, I thought about the show every now and then, and nostalgia of 2008-2009 made me grow willing and determined to share the love of that cartoon to others on this site who are, hopefully, familiar with it. This is my first time drawing the Mr. Men characters, and I pray hope this comic will remind those who used to wait in front of their televisions just for this show to appear that it's special no matter what.
Now this is a story that DEFINITELY takes place after my MLP FIM cartoon crossover "Chaotic Order".
Mr. Bump is one of my favorite Mr. Men. He's just so cute and I just feel so sorry for him in every episode that he gets hurt.
Every time he appears, my heart just melts and I squeal with glee whenever he's in a happy mood and being a good friend despite the consequences.
FINALLY drew a picture featuring both Twilight and Discord that takes place WAY
after the events of "Chaotic Order", and look, I drew the RS character Margaret as well!
I always love reading a book at the park...
Only a matter of time before the other cartoons, especially
Twilight, meet the Mr. Men and Little Misses...if Mr. Bump's lucky, he'll probably just land in Kansas City.
If any fangirl's lucky, he could crash into somewhere near where our unicorn friend might, unexpectedly, find him.
This show, as the happiest Mr. Men known as Mr. Happy would say, is simply
Mr. Bump and Little Miss Whoops from The Mr. Men Show (c) Kate Boutilier and Eryk Casemiro
Twilight Sparkle and Discord from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (c) Lauren Faust
Margaret from Regular Show (c) J.G. Quintel