Unlikely Fan Fiction Crossover Presents: My Little Portal

Unlikely Fan Fiction Crossover Presents: My Little Portal

Kotaku’s Unlikely Crossover Fan Fiction Battles feature has traditionally involved written fan fiction, but today we have something completely different and slightly wonderful. It’s episodes one and two of My Little Portal, where friendship is science.

It’s the battle of the all-powerful sentient AI robot things, as CELesTIA does battle against DISCoRD, a twisted sequel to the two-part episode that kicked off the second season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. The music is lovely (really dig the electronic MLP theme remix by psychgoth), the voice acting is — well, as good as voice acting is going to get without professional voice actors, and the animation is better than most of us could do.

Christian David Cerda wrote, directed and animated this wondrous clash of two compatible cultures, peppering the scenes with video game references to keep things nice and spicy. It could probably be tightened up a bit (some of the scenes linger far too long in silence), but it’s not bad for a bunch of friends praising Portal and ponies through creative means.

And because I know you all hate suspense, here’s episode two. Enjoy! Or don’t be so angry.

[Thanks Discord!]


    • Portal is actually a dark concept in it’s background, hell if 12 year olds actually got a scare in, maybe the next generation might not be so bad. The late 1990’s and 2000’s generation seems plausible, and it appears to be getting worse since cartoons and such seem to be getting worse with all of these blocks.
      I’m certain if shows like Ren and Stimpy, Beavis and Butthead, and Invader Zim were still around I doubt I would be watching MLP:Fim, but so far, it just seems better than 90% of the current T.V shows.

  • The animation’s pretty good, but the writing just seems dark. It doesn’t have the humor of Friendship is Magic or the Portal series. Voice acting could be a bit better too, but maybe the third installment will improve on these points.

  • “clash of two compatible cultures,”

    Implying there are cultures that aren’t compatible with ponies. You’re very cute.

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