I definitely do have to give credit to a dark, absurd comic when I see one! Nice job, mate!
Now having looked over some of the comments below, well… this is in response to one of your older comments in your replies with CommanderEX:
"Let me preface this by stating that I don't think the ponies in the show would ever do something like this. Part of the humor is based on absurdity.
But I do want to point out that the Changelings started the aggression with abduction, impersonation, and brainwashing. They then attempted to conquer the entire kingdom. And if we consider IDW comic book to be canon, then we get to see just what the Changelings do to a love-filled race, which is surprisingly dark. So I can't feel any sympathy to a species that seems to possess a bottomless hunger and never gives anything. I don't think they'd ever agree to a compromise without trying to drain Equestria dry of all positive emotions.
…Unfortunately, the show has only shown the Changeling horde as villains. I might have thought them less evil if they didn't seem to be enjoying terrorizing ponies during the invasion. Too many smiles. As for the Changeling who honored Pinkie... well, it's Pinkie Pie. I don't anything could say no to that enthusiasm!
My hope is that we learn that they were a more peaceful race, but something corrupted them and forced them to feed on love. But for now I can't give a show of sympathy until we see if there's more to them."
Well, I honestly think the main problem with the fandom and Chrysalis and the changelings is that so many of us have become SO hung up on the idea of them being misunderstood, innocent woobies that they cannot see as anything but. Devout changeling fanboys end up one: simply excusing/handwaving anything bad the changelings do, and two: get outraged if anyone dares do anything to ‘hurt’ their ‘poor, pwecious changelings’, even when it’s clearly done in an absurd, dark joke that’s not meant to be taken seriously. I myself am quite the changeling fanboy, but understand when a joke is a joke (I especially do love dark, absurdest humor) and I honestly do agree changelings are not the blameless innocents apologists paint them as.
It’s actually a good thing you mentioned the IDW comics, because it’s funny how some fans whine about ‘Changeling genocide’, yet that’s exactly what Chrysalis’ Army did to an ENTIRE RACE! It’s pretty much like if the changelings do it it’s perfectly excusable, but if anybody even thinks of doing something remotely similar back to them, “Shaaame!” Talk about double-standards.
Now yeah, I would personally love for changelings who are guys to be shown in the show or comics, but can understand that the chances of that actually happening aren’t that great. The sad thing is, the writers clearly designed and portrayed them so far to be seen as the faceless horde of Always Chaotic Evil mooks who we’re not expected to sympathize with. And Chrysalis is certainly not meant to be seen as this martyring crybaby bewailing “I just wanted to feed my people! Feel sorry for MEEE!”, but rather a ruthless, blood-thirsty, battle-hardened Amazon-like Warrior Queen bent on conquest. I’m starting to think a lot of fans love the changelings more for what they want them to be rather than what they are.
They’re just simply not meant to be the Fire Nation or the Klingons, however much I’d love them to. And all we’ve currently got in hopes of that are the countless apologist fics that reduce them to victimized, self-loathing woobies, whilst simultaneously demonizing pony-kind as their “evil, fascist oppressors, especially Celestia!’
… wow, I’ve really gone off on a tangent. Sorry about that.