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Botcon 2009: Activision Transformers ROTF Panel

Transformers News: Botcon 2009: Activision Transformers ROTF Panel
Date: Saturday, May 30th 2009 5:55pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Event News, Game News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Botcon

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Botcon 2009: Activision Transformers ROTF Panel was present during the Activision question and answer panel which covered the upcoming release of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen the Game. Below you will see a breakdown of the events during the panel and a portion of the Q & A session that followed:

ROTF was created in 5 completely unique game modes for multiplayer and all platforms. The Nintendo Wii and DS both have unique versions of the game due to the simpler control functions of the system.

We were treated to video of the game shown with multiple transformation sequences and battle scenes. Different screen shots from the different platforms the game is available on were featured giving us an idea of how different the game is for each console.

Begin Q&A

How do you take advantage of the PS2 control version as opposed to the Wii and its controls?

One of the biggest challenges is making the ps2 version and then moving it to the Wii so they created the wii version first and transitioned them since the wii controls are more simplified. This is why the different platforms have unique versions.

Are you allowed to play as individual constructions in multiplayer mode?

One Constructicon is available but Devastator is a major boss that is not playable. There are bonus characters for multiplayer mode and will be downloadable characters such as Protectobot and Aerialbot (conglomerates of the original combiners).

Did you look at the first game and went with that theme or did your own version of the game?

The developers looked at all previous games plus what fans were saying on the forums to get an idea of what they should do with ROTF which is why multiplayer was developed and the unique versions became a necessity. Multiplayer was a main focus during the creation of the game.

Is Soundwave a playable character?

What we can tell us is that everyone that worked on the game are huge fans of Soundwave.

Can you jump and transform in motion?

Yes you can.

How many people worked on the game? How many of the cast of ROTF are in the game?

The total number of workers on the game were about 80 focused on the game with about 30 doing test version play for the game. They had people working on the game globally with a total of about 140. For number of cast in the game there’s Peter Cullen, Mark Ryan, Jess Harnell, Frank Welker for Megatron, Robert Foster ratchet, Megan fox and Shia Labeouf. Additional voices John Demaggio as Sideways (Futurama’s Bender).

How long will it take to get all the achievements for 360?

Most players will be hard pressed to get to a major boss in any one campaign in less than 60 hours? You have to metal in all levels to even begin to get close to completing the achievements.

Any concern in multiplayer with players corrupting the game?

This was a big concern and a lot of effort was made to make sure that any players that do that have minimal affect on the game as a whole. There is an achievement in which you can receive by getting affected by these players. The unlockable throughout all the games have a lot of things that are for G1 fans.

Based on the generation of games, given the cast of characters, what kind of game play differences will there be playing different characters?

We approached the game play as to what kind of roles each character filled in the game Ratchet has healing ability which is great for teams and Ironhide is a weapons specialist that can help with attacks. There was a lot of time spent making sure the characters had the abilities they’d be expected to have and added additional features that may not be expected.

Since you mentioned XBOX 360 achievments, is there Trophy support for PS3?


Any plans for other downloadable content besides characters?

“There’s so much to come”. Definitely more than just characters and it will be equal between platforms.

Compared to the first game, how much more detailed are the characters?

One of the things taken from the first game was improving on the features of the characters making based directly off the movie. A lot of time was spent comparing images and different angles to make sure things like transformation sequences worked well. A big focus was making them blend in more as opposed to “sticking out” and not being in the real world.

How closely is the game play to the actual movie?

There are some things in the game that are spoilers for the film but the design team spent a lot of time with the movie developers to give the game a flow of the movie and give hints as to points in the film but gave added content to it. Overall it follows the same characters and the same storyline but was meant to compliment each other.

What forms of music are being used for the game?

Steve Jabowski was a big part of the music production along with a lot of musicians from the movie soundtrack. Over 100 minutes of unique music was created for the game.

Was Stan Bush’s “The Touch” included?


Are all the game characters getting toys?

Hasbro worked very closely with the team on developing the game and were looking into the possibility of making the game characters that are not film characters.

What type of attacking capabilities will the characters have?

As far as attacks you’re not limited. You can do straight attacks, surprise attacks, aerial attacks and more.

XBOX 360 and PS3 both have 6 G1 episodes as additional content.

How is gameplay for the PS2 version? Will game play lag like in the first game?

A lot of technical issues from the first game were addressed. The second game was completely built from the ground up to allow for better gameplay. There is a coop additive that can be done with the single player campaign for the PS2.

More Botcon 2009 info to come.

Botcon 2009: ROTF Q&A Session Coverage

Transformers News: Botcon 2009: ROTF Q&A Session Coverage
Date: Friday, May 29th 2009 8:12pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Event News, People News, Interviews
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Delicon, Savage

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Views: 28,628 was present for the Botcon 2009 Transformers Revenge of the Fallen question and answer session held with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. Like usual the session wasn't a ground breaking spoiler-thon, but some bits of info were noteworthy.

The first part of the session was covering the writers strike and all the work that was done beforehand. Orci and Kurtzman came up with a 20 page outline of the sequel literally just before the deadline. The writers claim that they were locked in a hotel room and had to script ready for filming four months after the strike concluded.

The second part was mainly question and answer with alot of questions that did and did not have to do with ROTF. We learned that Shia LaBeouf's bandaged hand will not appear in the film until the third act. The writers stated that the scene which was done to create the reason for the bandaged hand was very hard to do.

The writers stated that they would not rule out the use of Unicron or Primus in a future installement of the movie franchise. When asked about the Matrix of Leadership, they responded with "That's a very good question" followed by laughter. The gestalts and combiners will appear unexpectedly, there was no build up to the appearance of the two.

Also mentioned were the twins, Skids and Mudflap, as an ice cream truck. It was said that they are basically comic relief and that the ice cream truck itself plays a key plot point in the movie.

In regards to HASBRO, the writers said they were allowed to do what they wanted to in the film and that the representatives of HASBRO gave only a few suggestions as to the characters and how the film would play out. HASBRO did give the duo an abundance of information including a session of "Transformers school" similiar to what Director Michael Bay went through before taking on the role of directing the film. The writers did state that they were familiar with the Transformers franchise from childhood but the info that was given by HASBRO gave them key character development points and helped with the direction of the film.

Alot of the characters you'll see in the film are ones that Orci and Kurtzman wanted in the original film that didn't make it.

When asked whether they liked Transformers or Star Trek better, the response was "Well you have to wait for Transformers 3: Megatron Vs. The Enterprise" again followed by laughter.

More details and pictures from the panel to come. Keep your optics locked right here at

IDW Signing Schedule at Botcon

Transformers News: IDW Signing Schedule at Botcon
Date: Thursday, May 28th 2009 6:04pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Denton Tipton

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IDW Publishing's Transformers Editor Denton Tipton has updated his blog From the Tip with the IDW signing schedule for Botcon 09:

2 to 3 p.m.
Alex Milne, Chris Mowry, Marcelo Matere, Andrew Griffith
4 to 5 p.m.
Nick Roche, Casey Coller, Joana Lafuente, Robby Musso

11 a.m. to noon
Nick Roche, Josh Burcham, Casey Coller, Mike Costa
1 to 2 p.m.
Alex Milne, Robby Musso, Andrew Griffith, Chris Mowry
2 to 3 p.m.
Mark Ryan, E.J. Su, Josh van Reyk, Shaun Knowler

11 a.m. to noon
Nick Roche, Robby Musso, Casey Coller, Joana Lafuente
1 to 2 p.m.
Marcelo Matere, Andrew Griffith, Alex Milne, Chris Mowry

So make sure to head on over to the IDW Booth at the allocated times to get your Transformers gear signed by the IDW team.

Peter Cullen & Frank Welker Talk about ROTF Video Game

Transformers News: Peter Cullen & Frank Welker Talk about ROTF Video Game
Date: Thursday, May 28th 2009 5:30pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Game News, People News, Media, Interviews
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Game Trailers

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In a video interview posted on Transformers Revenge of the Fallen voice actors Peter Cullen and Frank Welker talk about their involvement in the creation of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen the Game. The video also features game animation of both Optimus Prime and Megatron in transformation sequences. Check it out by scrolling down.

Stan Bush's "The Touch" Available now on Guitar Hero: World Tour

Transformers News: Stan Bush's "The Touch" Available now on Guitar Hero: World Tour
Date: Thursday, May 28th 2009 11:29am CDT
Categories: People News, Media
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): KillerMel

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Seibertron member KillerMel reports that Stan Bush's "The Touch" (2007 version) is available to download on Microsoft Live with the price tag of 160 MS Points (apparently only to US XBox accounts). For every other platform and country, it is free! Check it out for Guitar Hero: World Tour!

Have fun and rock out!

New images of Revenge of the Fallen Cast

Transformers News: New images of Revenge of the Fallen Cast
Date: Wednesday, May 27th 2009 3:35pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Rumors, People News, Media
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Views: 19,273 member dragons has posted some info regarding new images from Transformers Revenge of the Fallen. The images show the actors at different points of the film with Megan Fox being a focal point. One of the images shows John Turturro with the Shia LaBeouf and Fox at what appears to be the United States Air Forces infamous "Boneyard" with Shia appearing to be talking to a Transformer. This could be the scene in which we are introduced to Jetfire.

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IDW: ROTF Movie Adaptation and more on I-Tunes

Transformers News: IDW: ROTF Movie Adaptation and more on I-Tunes
Date: Wednesday, May 27th 2009 2:53pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News, Company News, Media, Interviews
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Comic Book Resources

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In an interview on Comic Book Resources, IDW Publishing's Director of ePublishing Jeff Webber, some interesting news is coming from the Transformers comic producer.

It looks like IDW Publishing is planning on reaching its patrons in a different form of media: I-Tunes.

Webber is looking to expand this form of comic distribution starting with the major carrier in the mobile comic market, but isn't planning to just stay there.

"We're basically trying to take the IDW line and distribute it wherever people can find it," Webber said.

Looking to take IDW to a digital plane, this comes as great news for Transformers fans who can get their comic fix via their mobile devices.

Read the entire interview by clicking here.

Ark Addendum: Heavy Metal War

Transformers News: Ark Addendum: Heavy Metal War
Date: Tuesday, May 26th 2009 5:29pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Jim Sorenson

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Once again Jim Sorenson, the man behind the two G1 Ark Addendums has updated his blog Disciples of Boltax with another page of art that had to be cut from his Addendums.

Getting the treatment this week is Heavy Metal War, the first season finale.

Jim has kindly posted an image of the page featuring artwork for the Construction site (enter the Constructicons), the Rectifier machine that enabled Megatron to borrow his fellow Decepticons abilities, and the Battlefield where Megatron challenged Optimus Prime to fight Mano-e-Mano.

To check out the full Heavy Metal War Addendum update, head on over to Jim's blog, by clicking here.

And if you are heading to Botcon '09, don't forget to track Jim down and pepper him with questions!

Image of Auto Assembly 2009 Exclusive Comic

Transformers News: Image of Auto Assembly 2009 Exclusive Comic
Date: Monday, May 25th 2009 9:54am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Simon Plumbe, Auto Assembly

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Simon Plumbe, co-creator of Auto Assembly, has posted some info and a new image of the upcoming Auto Assembly 2009 comic book.

The book shows Grimlock in all his glory standing amongst attendees of the UK Convention. One of the coolest kicks of the cover is Gregg Berger, the original voice of Grimlock, looks to be staring up at his Dinobot counterpart. Below are the details he had to share:

Image of Auto Assembly 2009 Exclusive Comic

Hi everyone,

As you know, we previewed the inks to the convention exclusive comic for Auto Assembly 2009 recently when we were interviewed over at Transformers@TheMoon. Since then, many people have wanted to know what the finished cover for our convention exclusive variant cover to IDW's All Hail Megatron Issue 13 is going to look like. Well, the wait is over...

Adding the finishing touch to Nick Roche's pencils is the fantastic colours of Liam Shalloo to bring you this fantastic tribute to Jurassic Park and featuring Grimlock (both of whom will be attending the convention and who can sign the comic for those of you who buy it along with G1 voice actor Gregg Berger)! The comic is being produced for Auto Assembly 2009 by Apocalypse Comics and will be available during the convention weekend from their table. Sales will limited to a maximum of just TWO per attendee while stocks last as there are only 1,000 copies being printed of this book!

Auto Assembly 2009 is set to be a record-breaking convention for European Transformers fans and this is one convention you don't want to miss!

Auto Assembly

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A Veteran's Guide to Botcon

Transformers News: A Veteran's Guide to Botcon
Date: Monday, May 25th 2009 1:37am CDT
Categories: Site News, Event News, Site Articles, People News
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A Veteran's Guide to Botcon

Hello, everyone. The staff here at realized that with BotCon rapidly approaching, some of you (especially the first-timers) might have a few questions about the event. So without further adieu, allow me to present "A Veteran's Guide to BotCon."

On to the hotel! - Okay, so the big time has arrived, you've flown out of your local airport and are now in California. Whichever airport you fly into (most people are using LAX or Burbank), or whatever hotel you have booked a room with are not likely to be anywhere close by. That means you'll need to find a way to your hotel. Of course, the airports will all have rental car agencies on or around the premises but not everyone will want to brave LA traffic. The good people at Fun Publications have arranged a discount if you would like to take an airport shuttle to your hotel. There is also an extensive bus system and plenty of cabs available if you prefer.

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Wednesday and Thursday Activities - Each year, Fun Publications offers customizing classes and tours of the area. Unfortunately, if you haven't already signed up for those you will have to wait until next year as registration is closed and normally is well in advance of the event. If you did sign up, has provided the following information about when and where to show up.

Customizing Class members will meet at the Sheraton Hotel. Room location is the Colorado Room. Class times for Wed & Thurs. is 9-5 pm. No one will be seated after 9:15am.

All Tour Guests (Wednesday & Thursday) need to meet in front on the Pasadena Convention Center @ 300 E Green Street to depart for tours. This location has been changed from what was stated in the confirmation letter you received. See brochure for details on times and events for each tour.

All class and tour participants get to pick up their packages on Wednesday night @9:30 PM in the Pasadena Convention Center in front of Exhibit A.

On Thursday night, starting at 6 PM there will be registration and package pickup at the Pasadena Convention Center. When you received your confirmation letter, you should have been assigned a package pickup time. Please note that all times are using the PACIFIC time zone so please adjust accordingly. When you arrive at the Convention center, make sure to bring that letter with you, along with a photo ID. If for any reason you have lost your letter, you can still get in using your photo ID but it will slow down the process a bit. Please remember that no one can pick up your package for you. Registration is actually a lot more fun than it sounds because if you're a Primus package holder it will be the chance for you to finally pick up your box set and free attending figure. The lines will be arranged alphabetically so make sure you are in the proper line. When you get to the front of your line, the staff will generally make you inspect your set and make sure everything is okay with it. Even if they don't, please do so anyway just to ensure that there are no broken or missing pieces, scratches, etc. If you are a Primus attendee, you will get a survey to fill out. Please do so as this will be not only your chance to vote on your favorite websites ( for the Saturday Night Awards at Paramount and also this will serve as you entry for a very special drawing on Sunday (more on that later.) By the way, even if you a Mini-Con or Protoform attendee you still have to go through the line and register.

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Okay, so by now you'll have your nifty little name badge and it comes with a big perk. It gives you the right to get into the line for the Transformers Collector's Club Store. The line will likely be extremely long, but it will be worth it as this will be your chance to buy exclusive souvenir figure sets as well as many more items (I believe the ROTF toys will be available at this booth starting Thursday night which will bare a special gold foil sticker stating its authenticity of being a very first release figure). Provided the rules stay the same, you will be allowed to purchase one of each souvenir set available. They verify this by physically punching your name badge. In past years, they have generally offered 2 2-pack sets but it is rumored that there might be even more this year. Prices on these will not be actually announced until Thursday night itself and do tend to vary. Last year if you bought both sets it ran around $200 but there is no guarantee what this year's sets will cost. If this sounds ultra expensive, please note that like the boxes sets, these souvenir sets have extremely limited production numbers and will not be available at regular retail stores. Generally there are pictures of the items towards the beginning of the line. The staff will then pass out order sheets for you to fill out as you wait. This is done to expedite the process. Please not that the club store is only open until 10 PM PACIFIC.

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Friday - The Mayhem begins

Friday’s events are definitely a perk of being pre-registered,, especially the “Private Sales Room Preview.” However, I’ll start at the start. If for whatever reason you either a) couldn’t arrive earlier or b) just simply missed the pre-registration deadline, starting early Friday morning there will be “late registration.” This works essentially the same way as it does Thursday night, except that the lines are far shorter. If you simply arrived to the convention late, just bring your photo ID and confirmation letter as mentioned before. If you haven’t registered for a package at all, now will be your chance to do so. As of right now, there are less than 60 Primus packages (with 2009 boxsets, anyway) available but if you want the 2009 set, I’d advise getting there as early as possible if you’d like one. Late registration begins officially at 9:30 am. If you simply want general admission, you’ll have to wait until Saturday to purchase that. Also on Saturday, the club store opens once again, this time at 9 AM. If you haven’t picked up the exclusives yet, now would be the time to do because they always end up selling out. If you already purchased your exclusives on Thursday and would like more, you should be able to buy one more of each, unless any rules have changed.

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Between 9 AM and 12:50 PM there are a series of panels. Panels are pretty fun, they are usually essentially Q&A sessions with a featured guest or guests. Every once in a while, the guests just speak on their own without that much audience interaction, but like I said, usually fans will get their chance to ask a question or even two depending on time constraints. So, want to know how to ask a question? Depending on the audience size for the panel, you’ll either get to raise your hand or get in line to ask via microphone. Either way, as long as you line up to ask it early, your question should be addressed. Another good reason to attend panels is that you can often be privy to inside info like news on upcoming projects, toy release dates, heck, maybe even a movie spoiler or two. After a lunch break, one of the main events of BotCon begins at 2 PM and that is the “Private Sales Room Experience.” If you have that rare “must-have”, this is the time to swoop in and buy it. Don’t be afraid to ask a dealer for something you don’t see as sometimes they won’t have room to display everything initially. Last year I snagged a Huffer/Springer 2 pack for $75 from a dealer who hadn’t got it out yet when other dealers were asking about $125. I could write 30 pages just on the dealer’s room and even show you a bunch of pictures of the room from previous years but you won’t get the full experience until you’re actually inside it. The best way to sum it up is to say it’s like climbing inside a giant toybox. Meanwhile, the autograph sessions begin featuring Gregg Berger, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtman, Stan Bush and Vince Dicola. Please note that this is the only day that Orci and Kurtzman have been scheduled to sign autographs.

A Veteran's Guide to Botcon

At 5 PM, the dealer room closes and as of now, there are no events scheduled until 8:30 when Shout! Factory presents the Transformers Film Fest. These are fan submitted short films of various types (cgi, stop motion., etc.) with prizes being awarded to the winners during the party at Paramount. At 9 pm, is the official 2009 meet-up. If you are a bit late because you’re at the Film fest or somewhere else, don’t worry because we will be there for quite a while! Botcon itself has 2 more activities Friday night. At 10 PM they will hold MSTF, where Transformers fans parody all things Transformers from cartoons to the live action movie, all on the big screen. More simply put, MSTF is the Transformers version of Mystery Science Theatre 3000,l for those of you who are familiar. The night will be capped by a special preview of the “Transform Me” fan documentary.

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Saturday - The Crowd Grows

The day starts off with a bang, as the dealer room opens for registered attendees at 8:30 AM. This is also the first time “general admission” tickets will be available for purchase. There are 2 pricing tiers involved with general admission. At 9 AM, the cost is $50 and is known as “Early Bird Admission.” The advantage to these tickets is that you’ll get a jump on seeing what’s in the dealer’s room as opposed to other general admission attendees but please remember people who bought registered packages already had their chance the night before. At 10 AM, the general admission price drops to $10 and will remain the same for the rest of the convention. Please note that general admission passes get you in for one day only.

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Now, if you ‘re a Primus package attendee and have already hit the dealer room on Friday night, you’re probably wondering what your excuse is to wake up early on Saturday. Well, from 9-11 AM “Weird Al” Yankovic will be signing autographs, exclusively for Primus attendees. At 10:30 AM The great Peter Cullen will also start signing autographs for one hour only. He will also have a session from 1-2 PM but if you are serious about getting his autograph I strongly advise getting in line as soon as you can for the first session. In 2007, Cullen had 2 sessions as well but the line was so long for the first one that at the end of the session, anyone who didn’t get an autograph was given a ticket for the next session and that pretty much ate up the entire second session. If you don’t want to brave these crazy lines but would still like an autograph from a well known Transformers voice actor, David Kaye is signing from 9:30-11 am. Stan Bush, and the voice of Grimlock from G1, Gregg Berger will also be signing from 11 AM-12:30 PM.

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There are plenty of other fun things going on during the rest of the day, including several panels (Transformers Animated with David Kaye and “Weird Al” Yankovic, Peter Cullen, Hasbro Review Q &A, IDW Comics, Activision Transformers Video Game and the Transformer’s Collector’s Club Roundtable) and a demonstration on “How to Draw Transformers.” Also note that there will be hourly “door prizes” awarded in the dealer’s room. To enter, just drop by the Club Store and fill out an entry blank, it’s that simple, All of the activities close at 5 PM, except for…

The Party at Paramount

To attend this party, you would have had to have been either a Primus or Mini-Con attendee and then pay an extra $50. For those who did just that, it is shaping up to be a fun event for sure. At 7:15 everyone is supposed to meet on Green Street outside the Convention Center, with the actual party starting at 8 PM. It will include a tour of the back lot, dinner on the famous New York City set and much more. The event will be held Weird Al Yankovic has been announced to appear and Stan Bush will be performing live.

It may be at this point in the evening in which the awards for Best News Site, Best Resource Site and overall Best Site will be awarded to one of the many Transformers Fan sites. is a 4 time award winning site and we hope to keep that streak going with another award this year.

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And if it holds true, the Script Reading may take place at this time as well. The script reading features some guest voice actors and possibly a lucky attendee or to do a custom script that is submitted by an everyday Transfan like yourself as part of one of the many contests being held during Botcon. Last years script called "Bee in the City" featured David Kaye, Bumper Johnson and Tara Strong reprising their respective roles in a Transformers Multi-verse story with help from Marty Ensberg and a couple of lucky contest winners.

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Also of note, during the entire convention, there will be hourly “door prizes” awarded in the dealer’s room. To enter, just drop by the Club Store and fill out an entry blank, it’s that simple, All of the activities close at 5 PM, except for…

Sunday - Winding to a Close

Sunday is generally the most “laid-back” day of the convention and this year will likely be no different. However, there are still a variety of panels and autograph signings happening. Also, if you have not done so by now, please remember to turn in your survey because at 3 PM there will be a special drawing for 2 Trips to the 2010 Convention (you must be present to win) When I say 2 trips, there will actually be 2 separate winners of 1 trip each which includes airfare (up to $450, 3 nights hotel fare and a Primus package. Sunday is also a great day to pick up some last-minute deals in the dealer’s room. Dealers are often inclined to give nice discounts towards the end of the convention because it will limited the amount of things they need to bring home with them. They don’t HAVE to do this, but often do. At 3:30 PM, sadly, the festivities draw to a close. However, there is no doubt that it will be an awesome weekend filled with unforgettable memories. We look forward to seeing you this week in Pasadena California and hopefully this article helped answer some of your questions about Botcon 09!

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