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After the relative lack of success of the My Pretty Pony toy line, Hasbro introduced six smaller and colorful versions of the toy in 1983, sold under the title My Little Pony. The toy line led to many more merchandise under the My Little Pony brand, which later became unofficially known as the "Generation One" or "G1" of My Little Pony among collectors.
This incarnation ended in 1992 in the United States, but was marketed internationally until 1995.
The toy line was revived in 1997, but these toys proved unpopular and were discontinued in 1999.
The third incarnation of My Little Pony, which is often unofficially referred to as "Generation Three" or "G3" by collectors, began in 2003. The revamped line of dolls was targeted to a younger audience than the previous lines. Before the generation's end in 2009, there were at least two minor revamps. A series of direct-to-video animated films (mostly produced by SD Entertainment) accompanied the line-up.
The current incarnation of My Little Pony, unofficially known as the "Generation Four", was launched in 2010.
During the run of the Kotobukiya My Little Pony figures, both the 2016 and 2020 logos were used in the branding.
My Little Pony
Films and specials
Friendship Is Magic films