''My Little Pony'' refers to two different comics based on the original ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' comics that ran in the UK during TheEighties.

The first comic, simply called ''My Little Pony'', came out in 1985. An issue came out every two weeks. The next comic, ''My Little Pony and Friends'' (not to be confused with the [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends American cartoon of the same name]]), came out two years later. It was twice the price and came out every two months however it had more pages.

For the most part the comics were more SliceOfLife themed then the western cartoons and Molly and Danny weren't in the comics[[note]]though Reeka and Draggle disguised as them in ''My Little Pony and Friends'' #30[[/note]]. Many characters also have [[NotAsYouKnowThem very different personalties]] from ''My Little Pony 'n Friends''. It was not uncommon to see illustrated stories in the comics. The comics typically used vector artwork instead of original drawings for most characters.

There have been various {{Spiritual Successor}}s for the generations afterwards. IDW's comics based on ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' have [[ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW their own page]].
!!These comics contain examples of:

* AlternateContinuity: The comics appear to be set in a different continuity from the show, but then again, there was a comic (''MLP And Friends'' #30) where the Smooze, the Witches and Ahgg returned from "My Little Pony: The Movie". The story was even titled "The Return Of the Smooze" implying that the Smooze had indeed invaded Ponyland prior to the comic, contradicting the Alternate Continuity theory.
* CuteLittleFangs: Spike has bucked teeth.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Applejack sends the Jewel Wizard falling to his death into a ravine.
* TheDitz: Wind Whistler.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: The Princess Ponies show up. However, none of them are the daughter of Majesty, that we know of.
* EyeScream: The Twinkle-Eyed Ponies were enslaved by a gemstone loving wizard, who forced them to labor in the darkness digging out luminescent gemstones, which basically drove them blind. When Applejack destroyed the Jewel Wizard's gem-encrusted throne and ended up kicking him down a ravine, an explosion occurred and drove shards of gemstones into each Twinkle-Eyed Pony's eye-sockets, giving them their trademark eyes.
* TheKlutz: Applejack. However, she proved to be quite the [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Heroine]] in "Applejack's Amazing Adventure" (the one with the twinkle-eyed ponies, whom she rescues ''singlehoofedly''.)
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Dragons lack wings and are shown to come in different colors. Baby dragons are historically shown to be pets of ponies.
* PaintingTheFrostOnWindows: To the same degree as ''FIM'', and not just done by the ponies. For example, in one story, if the daffodil sorcerer doesn't get his gold on time, he can't use it to make the flowers and there won't be any this year, so the ponies have to get it back from thieves in a hurry.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: While yes, Majesty's punishments CAN be extremely harsh and cruel, a lot of the people she punishes with them are seriously vile. For example, Wanda the witch had turned three of her subjects into trees, and would've left them that way forever, so Majesty [[KarmicDeath did the same to her.]]
* StrongFamilyResemblance: The "baby" versions of the ponies. In this continuity they're essentially younger clones of their mothers created from looking through a magical mirror.
* SurpriseCreepy: The G1 comics are a lot like a children's storybook, which will often have dark elements written as if the writer doesn't ''get'' how dark they are. "You have gems in your eyes! Gems from the smashed throne! Now you'll see the way home too!" is how Applejack ''cheerfully'' describes what, as you can see, seems a lot more like EyeScream to the rest of us. This not long after kicking the villain to his demise. Also, Majesty's punishments, though the villains have them coming, make her damn ''scary.'' The way characters return to being sunny so quickly after the darkness (one-panel wrap-ups of epic stories are common) serves less to diffuse it and more to ''increase'' it with DissonantSerenity and by showing just how much that [[ButForMeItWasTuesday for them it was Tuesday]]. Turn an enemy to stone permanently, the wording of the spell leaving it possible that he's [[AndIMustScream a conscious statue]] forever, teleport back to the party like nothing happened! Ponyland was nearly eradicated, we solve the problem at the last possible moment, EverybodyLaughsEnding two seconds after!
* TakenForGranite: Happened to the ponies as much as it happened in the cartoon. Also, truly dangerous enemies of ponykind were punished this way by Majesty a number of times.
* TrulySingleParent: More often than not. The fillies who are {{expies}} of the adults and named Baby [adult pony's name here] are clones, Baby Lucky was created by Majesty, and two more were created from drawings. One was found in another world with ''no'' word on how she got there. We have one two-parent family, the Apple Delight Family.