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Botcon Theme Confirmed and Exclusive Repaint #2 Revealed!

Transformers News: Botcon Theme Confirmed and Exclusive Repaint #2 Revealed!
Date: Monday, March 22nd 2010 4:20pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Botcon

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Are you feeling the Generation Two vibe? The official Botcon website has been updated with the first glimpse at one of the officlal Botcon Exclusives! We get a G2 (Generation Two) incarnation of Pyro from the Universe Inferno Mold as Generation Two Spark! Check out the funkiness below!

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With this preview, it is confirmed that the 2010 Botcon Theme will be Generation Two!

From 1984 to 2006, Earth was the biggest, baddest battlefield of the Great War. But after the Rebirth,
Galvatron and the Nebulan Lord Zarak beat it, takin' the fight to Nebulos and other civilized worlds beyond. Sure 'nuff, Optimus Prime and the rest were right on their afterburners, leaving only a skeleton crew to man Autobot City against future Decepticons attacks.

As we fought across space a new generation of Transformers arose on Earth, boosted by experimental human and Nebulan science and given the spark of life through technology reverse-engineered from Vector Sigma. Ol' Terra Firma was home to a whole new "Second Generation" led by an Autobot who sees this planet not only as a place to defend, but as the place he considers home!

While things were pretty peaceful for a time, we all know that can only last for so long. And now, through the magic of the Cybernet space cube, the BotCon enhanced stories of the Transformers...Generation 2: Redux!

That's right, Generation 2 returns! While we usually reveal the names of each character in the BotCon brochure, we have decided to give you your first sneak peak right here with..."Autobot Spark," Leader of the Generation 2 Autobots!


Keep it at Seibertron.com for the fastest Transformers news on the net!

TFCC 'Guess the Wildcard' Contest - Botcon 2010 Theme Revealed Soon

Transformers News: TFCC 'Guess the Wildcard' Contest - Botcon 2010 Theme Revealed Soon
Date: Monday, March 22nd 2010 2:38pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Blurrz

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The Transformers Collectors' Club is offering it's members a contest for Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Megatron and Deluxe Breakaway. All members need to do is guess the 'wildcard' of the Botcon 2010 set. What does this mean for the general public? The head man in charge, Pete Sinclair, states that in order for the wildcard to be guessed, the theme needs to be known!

I will have more details later today AND your FIRST clue. But you need to know the THEME of the set first, don't you? Well just hold on. You will know SOONER than you think!


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So it seems that the theme for this year's Botcon in Orlando Florida will be known very soon. Will it be the presumed G2(Generation Two) or something else out of the ordinary? Keep it at Seibertron.com to find out!

Feel free to check out the contest at the TFCC website. You can find the official Botcon website here.

Major Auto Assembly 2010 Update

Transformers News: Major Auto Assembly 2010 Update
Date: Friday, March 19th 2010 9:08pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Media
Posted by: Delicon | Credit(s): Auto Assembly 2010

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We'd like to thank Simon Plumbe and the rest of the Auto Assembly 2010 team for sending us the following update about their convention.

Once again, Auto Assembly expands its online presence with the latest addition to its Youtube channel...

Auto Assembly, Europe's largest Transformers convention, has been continually looking for new and innovative ways to keep its attendees and would-be attendees informed of all the latest developments with the convention in an easy to digest manner. Through press releases, its own website, its forum, and its new page on Twitter, we are reaching out to more Transformers fans that ever before.

Now, we are adding another outlet for information on Auto Assembly! Every week or two, we will be uploading short news bulletins to the official Auto Assembly channel on Youtube. Each bulletin will last for around 3-5 minutes and will feature several short news stories covering some of the latest developments about the convention, most of which will be revealed before you hear them anywhere else!

The first bulletin is online NOW and you can watch it here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hVth0WlOq4 Further videos will be uploaded every 1-2 weeks as we get more news and stories to announce. If you want to know when these videos are released, just subscribe to the Auto Assembly channel and get an email notification of every new video produced by Auto Assembly, which will also include exclusive convention footage and much more!

For more details on Auto Assembly 2010 which is taking place on 13th - 15th August 2010 at the Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England - or to book your tickets, visit the website at http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

The Auto Assembly 2010 Team

Web: http://www.autoassembly.org.uk
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/autoassembly
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/auto_assembly
Forum: http://autoassembly.proboards.com
Email: autoassembly@aol.com
Tel: +44 (0)7860 948296

Auto Assembly 2010 is sponsored by http://www.transformertoys.co.uk and http://www.transformersanimated.com whose generosity have made Derrick J Wyatt's appearance at the convention possible.


For more updates on Auto Assembly 2010 (including an exclusive interview coming out within the next week) stay right here at Seibertron.com!

TFSource Exclusive Maniacal Maroon ASS-09 figure now available!

Transformers News: TFSource Exclusive Maniacal Maroon ASS-09 figure now available!
Date: Friday, March 19th 2010 8:59pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Sponsor News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Methusalen

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Member Methusalen has let us know that the Daircon 2010 figure Maniacal Maroon ASS-09 is available t TFSource for 49.99!

-Because it's assinine that we're still doing this. Because it's assinine that we're still collecting tfs after 25 years. Because it's assinine that it's coming out of a small Transformers convention in the middle of Wisconsin called "DAIRYCON"!
-It's Assinine! Get it? Did we hammer it home?

It appears that Dairycon’s “Donkey of the Apocalypse” is about to see his final variation! It’s been revealed that the fabled Limited Edition “Maniacal Maroon” ASS-09 figure will be available EXCLUSIVELY through our friends at TFSource.com! Word on the street is that the figure will retail for $49.99, a fraction of the price that some of the previous versions have seen on the likes of Ebay! The figure will only be available in *very* limted numbers, and it’s my understanding that once he’s gone, HE’S GONE! Keep an eye out for more news regarding this figure from TFSource!

Here you go, TFSource now has their Exclusive "Maniacal Maroon" Ass-09 available through their site!
http://www.tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/1345/
$49.95

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This is the exclusive 2009 Dairycon Convention exclusive: Maniacal Maroon Version! Rumored to be the rarest of the versions, this color variation is only available through TFsource! Every year Transformers fans from around the globe make their way to the exclusive Dairycon Convention, in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin and this was the exclusive figure in 2009.

Info on Michael McConnohie (voice of G1 Tracks and Cosmos) and his next convention appearance

Transformers News: Info on Michael McConnohie (voice of G1 Tracks and Cosmos) and his next convention appearance
Date: Friday, March 19th 2010 9:48am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Event News, Press Releases, People News
Posted by: Delicon | Credit(s): Sharon Dean, appearances manager for Michael McConnohie

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We'd like to thank Sharon Dean, appearances manager of Michael McConnohie for sending us this interesting info regarding an upcoming convention appearance for him. Transformers fans know him the best as the voice of Tracks and Cosmos on the G1 Sunbow Transformers cartoon, although he later did voice acting, writing and directing work for the Transformers: R.I.D. series as well. As some of you will remember, Michael was also a guest at BotCon 09 in Pasadena, CA.

MICHAEL McCONNOHIE - Transformers writer, director and voice of Tracks / Cosmos / Hotshot / Ironhide, will be a guest at ARMAGEDDON EXPO in New Zealand March / April 2010.

http://www.armageddonexpo.com/nz/anime- ... s/#skiptop

He is looking forward to meeting all Transformers fans in the area and finally getting to visit beautiful New Zealand.

For a look at Michael on-camera (an an alien), go to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxga5QAgmxc


For the latest Transformers-related convention updates from all over the world, keep checking Seibertron.com!

RUMOR: Botcon Exclusive Repaint #1 might be ...

Transformers News: RUMOR: Botcon Exclusive Repaint #1 might be ...
Date: Friday, March 19th 2010 9:04am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Rumors
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): s250

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Rapido! Rapido! We're not talking about the speed of yours truly, or the speed of our news. We're referring to an exclusive figure from the big show itself - Botcon. Earlier in the week, robust news administrator Mkall reported that Botcon would have a Generation Two theme. All the cards are pointing in that direction, as Transformers insider and Energon Pub member s250 has updated his twitter with this message:

Classics Prowl repaint as G2 Rapido....BotCon


Now what does Rapido look like? Well the fellow below happens to be him, pictures courtesy of Istaipen.

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Classics/Universe Prowl was released a year or two ago, you can check our gallery of the figure here!

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Keep it at Seibertron.com for the fastest Transformers news on the net!

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT HAVE CONFIRMATION FROM ANYONE OFFICIALLY ASSOCIATED WITH BOTCON REGARDING THIS. UNTIL IT IS ANNOUNCED BY BOTCON, THIS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A RUMOR! PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER DETAILS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE!!!

Seibertron.com interview with Greg Gaub, organizer of CybCon 2010

Transformers News: Seibertron.com interview with Greg Gaub, organizer of CybCon 2010
Date: Monday, March 15th 2010 9:15pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Site Articles, People News, Interviews
Posted by: Delicon | Credit(s): Greg Gaub, CybCon 2010

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If you're here visiting Seibertron.com, chances are you're a Transformers fan. Transformers fans come in all shapes and sizes and express their fandom in all sorts of unique ways. Of course, an increasingly popular form of celebrating "TF love" has been attending Transformers conventions. That's something that isn't easy for everyone to do, especially if a TF convention hasn't taken place around where you live. However, for Transfans in the Northwest US, there is a surprisingly affordable convention that has been running for several years now. We caught up with the organizer of that convention, Greg Gaub and asked him some questions about his annual event.

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Delicon: Hello, loyal Seibertronians. It is my honor today to be able to speak with Greg Gaub, the organizer of the annual Transformers convention known as CybCon. Greg, thanks so much for your time.

Greg Gaub:
Not a problem. Happy to contribute.

Delicon:
I guess it's probably best to start from the start. For those who are unfamiliar, what exactly is "CybCon" and how did it come to be?

Greg Gaub: CybCon, short for The Cybertronian Conference, is a gathering of fans of The Transformers of all kinds. It started as a mailing list, in about 1997, which was intended for local fans, but has fans from all over the world on it. A couple years after the mailing list, which was very strong at the time, I decided that I was tired of missing BotCons due to the expense of going, and so invited locals to my house for a get together on BotCon weekend. We did the BBQ and toy run thing for a couple years, which was fun, but then we decided to make it more convenient for more people by having it in a meeting room and making it more of an open invitation. It kept growing from there.

Delicon: Wow, talk about an "underground movement." So, how many years was this at your own house before you took it to a larger stage?

Greg Gaub: 3 years in total. The first two were great, but for whatever reason, the third year was a flop. Only Richard Mistron showed up that time, who had become a partner of sorts with his contact with Zobovor who made us some cool toys. Because of the poor showing that year, we decided to make it a real event for people to look forward to, rather than a "BBQ at Greg's house."

Delicon: That makes sense. So, what steps did you take to make it more of a real convention and not just a small informal gathering?

Greg Gaub: It wasn't hard. I located a rentable room in the city, Auburn, and then rented it for a good date and spread the word. I live in Auburn, WA, which is where it all started. We moved to Tacoma when we outgrew the places in Auburn.

Delicon: I noticed that you have been in Tacoma for a few years now, will that be your permanent home from here on out?

Greg Gaub: Since we moved to a large ballroom in Tacoma, we haven't exceeded its capacity. We've been there since 2006, and I don't expect, or want to grow out of it.

Delicon: Approximately how many people attended CybCon when you first started and approximately how many people do you average now?

Greg Gaub: Well, the BBQ at Greg's House version topped out at like...8 people I think. Maybe 7, I forget. We average between 60-80 people these days. I don't think we've broken 100 people at the convention, but last year I had just over 100 registered people. Some didn't show for whatever reason.

Delicon: What you mentioned earlier regarding your reasons forstarting CybCon was very interesting. A big criticism that many people have about the larger conventions is the pricing. Even when an event such as BotCon comes within reasonable distance of a Transformer
fan's hometown, many people feel that they really have to drop a lot of money to be able to fully participate in the event. CybCon, on the other hand seems incredibly affordable. Can you explain how you manage to make that happen?

Greg Gaub: CybCon is priced specifically to cover my costs. The primary cost is that of the hall for the event. Then pizza and other food items we include. My intention is only to break even on the costs and for everyone to have a good time.

Delicon: I was amazed to see that for as little $5 someone could attend CybCon and not only have their lunch covered but also be entered in a raffle. That's pretty unheard of, honestly.

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Greg Gaub: The dealers help a lot. I also do an auction sometimes to help cover costs, but lately we've have enough attendance that it hasn't been necessary.

Delicon: Okay, so walk us through what a Transformers fan can expect to encounter when he/she attends CybCon. Other than the dealer tables and having the company of other fans, what events are going on?

Greg Gaub: It's actually a pretty crazy day of fun. From the time people enter and start perusing the dealer tables, I'm running raffles every hour on the half hour, sometimes more. I, or a helper, am also running various activities for people to enjoy, from toy transforming "races" to trivia contests and video game battles. There's also usually a display table of some kind showing cool artwork or rare and interesting toys. Sometimes people come, buy, and leave, but usually they stick around and enjoy the day. Lunch is often an interruption to get through. [laughs]

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Delicon: What is the farthest someone has traveled to come to CybCon? I know this started as a "local event" but as you have said, it has grown quite a bit over the years. Do you find that you're starting to get people coming in from all over?

Greg Gaub: The farthest was CrazySteve, hands down. He did our exclusive toys for a couple years, and finally was in the country during the time of the 'con, so he came. I believe he took a bus from somewhere in the middle of the country. Many states farther than anyone else had come. We get regulars from Oregon, Canada, and Eastern Washington, though.

Delicon: You've mentioned the magic word for a lot of fans and that's "exclusives." Do you currently offer any exclusive toys?

Greg Gaub: The toys are interesting. They are often a last minute thing. For all but one year so far, we've had something made by someone in enough numbers to call it an exclusive toy. One year we only had one figure, which went at auction. Usually the toy sales pay for the toys themselves. At this point, we do not have an exclusive
for 2010. But that doesn't mean we won't. Anyone out there who wants to have their name on a convention exclusive toy, feel free to contact me. You won't be making a profit, unfortunately but your efforts will be much appreciated.

Delicon:
Okay, so now that our viewers have a good concept of what CybCon is all about, what would they need to do if they wish to come, as either just a normal entrant or a dealer?

Greg Gaub: Easy as 1 2 3. Fill out the registration form, send in their money, and come. They can do #2 last, but they have to do #1 or they can't come.

Delicon: Fair enough. As we stated in an earlier story, you were gracious enough to offer a special discount to the viewers of Seibertron.com. Can you explain what it is and what they need to do to get it?

Greg Gaub: I've extended the Early-Bird pricing just for your readers until the end of March. They need to put the code "SEIBCON10" in the comments of the registration form and I will send them instructions on how to pay the appropriate price.

Delicon: To clarify, the early bird pricing is just $5 for regular registrants and only $25 for dealers? Also, they are not to pay until after they register if they are taking advantage of this deal?

Greg Gaub: That is correct. After Martch 31st, the price will go up for them to the current normal pre-pay prices of $10 and $30 for attendees and dealers, respectively.

Delicon:
I have to say, that's still quite a bargain. Well Greg, I think you've covered the bases pretty well here. Is there anything else that you'd like to add before we go?

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Greg Gaub: Only a reminder that CybCon is all about the fans and having fun and that I hope everyone in the area who has held off coming for some reason finally makes it a point to come. They won't be disappointed.

Delicon: Care to refresh everyone of the time and place for CybCon 10 one last time?

Greg Gaub: Sure! CybCon 2010 will take place on August 21st, from 10am to 5pm, at the King Oscar Hotel and Convention Center Tacoma, at 8820 and 8726 South Hosmer. The convention center is in the back.

Once again, on behalf of myself and the rest of the staff of Seibertron.com, I'd like to thank Greg for his time spent with us today. If anyone reading this interview has questions of their own regarding CybCon 2010, feel free to post them in our Energon Pub forums. Greg would be more than happy to answer them for you.

If you haven't yet, be sure to check out the official CybCon 2010 page at http://www.ggaub.com/tf/cybcon2010.html or by clicking here.

For more coverage of CybCon 2010 and everything else Transformers-related, stay right here at Seibertron.com, the ultimate Transformers resource!

Rumour: And the theme for Botcon 2010's toys is???

Transformers News: Rumour:  And the theme for Botcon 2010's toys is???
Date: Monday, March 15th 2010 8:31am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Rumors
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Mkall

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A quote from Pete Sinclair of Botcon indicated that this years Botcon set will feature "A Generation Lost." Which could be taken in several different ways at the time. Tonight Seibertron.com received a tip from a source whom wishes to remain anonymous that the set for Botcon 2010 will focus on Generation 2 characters. This source was unable to name molds or characters sadly.

The source also states that there will be fewer box sets made this year. A reason was not given however, and thus can only be speculated on.

This leaves the floor wide open to mold and character choice at this time. There are several G2 characters that were repaints of G1 characters, such as black Sideswipe, yellow and purple "camoflague" Onslaught, grey Starscream, purple and black Ramjet and so on. Of course there are plenty of other G2 characters that could be homaged by existing molds.

Keep in mind that this is only a rumour until further evidence is aquired.

Stay tuned to Seibertron.com as we find out more information on these upcoming figures! Also be sure to check out http://www.botcon.com for all official updates for the convention.

Limited Edition "Maniacal Maroon" ASS-09 figure available via TFSource?!

Transformers News: Limited Edition "Maniacal Maroon" ASS-09 figure available via TFSource?!
Date: Monday, March 15th 2010 7:22am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Rumors, Collectables
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Methusalen

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-Because it's assinine that we're still doing this. Because it's assinine that we're still collecting Transformers after 25 years. Because it's assinine that it's coming out of a small Transformers convention in the middle of Wisconsin called "DAIRYCON"!
-It's Assinine! Get it? Did we hammer it home?

It appears that Dairycon’s “Donkey of the Apocalypse” is about to see his final variation! It’s been revealed that the fabled Limited Edition “Maniacal Maroon” ASS-09 figure will be available EXCLUSIVELY through our friends at TFSource.com! Word on the street is that the figure will retail for $49.99, a fraction of the price that some of the previous versions have seen on the likes of Ebay! The figure will only be available in *very* limted numbers, and it’s my understanding that once he’s gone, HE’S GONE! Keep an eye out for more news regarding this figure from TFSource!

Previously only hinted at when the other Multi-Convention exclusives were announced (in ASS-09’s Bio Page), there are 5 confirmed variants to the ASS-09 figure. Of each of these, all were only available through various TF Conventions (one for each Con: Dairycon, CybCon, Autocon, Gamer’s Reunion, DutchBotcon), with the 6th figure left mysteriously absent, with all but a hint of its existence from a photograph on the page…
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("Maniacal Maroon" ASS-09 can be seen in the upper-right corner)

The following is an excerpt featuring the "Thousand Asses of the Apocalypse" from the latest Dairycon fanfic "The Return of Convoy":
SunBeam was out of time. The lead horse was mere yards from his rear bumper. He knew he couldn't outrun them. Cursing Primus for his run of bad luck, SunBeam transformed, grabbing ahold of PinchBottom as he did so.
SunBeam: "This is it, little buddy. We had a good run. You need to get word to the others. Tell them... tell them I'm sorry, and that maybe I died a hero."
Pulling back, SunBeam threw PinchBottom as far away from the fracus as he could. He then turned, and began to lay down a covering fire. In this strange planet with its desert heat, his one saving grace was an abundance of solar energy that he could tap and turn into laser-fire.
SunBeam shot down several of the horses before sheer weight of numbers enveloped him. The horses flowed over him, around him. Several transformed and started beating him with their stunwhips. Others trampled him as they gallopped past. Enraged, SunBeam did the only thing he could. Pulling off his chestplate, and ripping the lasercore from his body, SunBeam tossed it out into the deepest part of the drones. Shooting it with the trickle of energy he had left in residual systems, SunBeam detonated his very core.
The blast was impressive, leaving a football field-sized hole in the terrain, and taking out a number of the Ass-09 drones in the process. The flow of beasts halted, as if reassessing the situation. Silence ruled the plain…
Then the flow began again, around the hole where the sparkcore had detonated. An uncounted number of hooves trampled a lifeless yellow chassis deeper into the sand.



Did you miss out on attending one of the conventions last year? Can’t live without your very own “Donkey of the Apocalypse”? -Want to add to your collection of the "Thousand Asses of the Apocalypse"? Need to add another figure to flesh out your “Cult of Unicron”? Think the phrase “Maniacal Maroon” is fun to say? Then keep an eye out for the upcoming announcement from our friends at TFSource!

Of course, more information about ASS-09 and other characters from the Dairycon Universe can be found here:
http://www.freewebs.com/dairylandtransfans/DTFdairyconfanfics.html
More information is yet to come for this year's Dairycon, so stay tuned?!

Auto Assembly 2010 Live Q&A on Twitter

Transformers News: Auto Assembly 2010 Live Q&A on Twitter
Date: Thursday, March 11th 2010 10:44am CST
Categories: Event News, Press Releases
Posted by: Delicon | Credit(s): Auto Assembly 2010

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We'd like to thank Simon Plumbe and the rest of the organizers of Auto Assembly 2010 for sending us the following update.

Auto Assembly has expanded its online coverage once again and joining its website, Facebook and Youtube presence is our new account on Twitter! We'll be updating our Twitter feed every day with all the latest news and mini-updates on the convention as well as our general thoughts and comments on Auto Assembly 2010 and past events and anything else to do with Transformers!

We'll be checking the account constantly every day so you can use it to post questions about the conventions to us at any time and to start things off we'll be holding a LIVE Q&A session this Sunday evening (14th March) at 11:00 pm GMT so you can put your questions to us and get immediate answers! If you can't make it, feel free to post questions earlier in the day and we'll answer as soon as we log on for the Q&A. Naturally, we'll answer questions at any time, but we wanted to celebrate the launch of this new service with a chance to chat to everyone in this live setting.

You can find our Twitter page at http://www.twitter.com/auto_assembly and it will only take a second to become one of our followers. If you don't already have a Twitter account, it will only take a few minutes to sign up for your own free micro-blog of your own!

We will be making some rather big, exciting announcements on our Twitter page and Youtube channel soon about Auto Assembly 2010 that you won't want to miss out on and Twitter followers will get to see all of this FIRST as every video and announcement will be linked straight away!

Auto Assembly 2010 is going to be our biggest and best Transformers convention yet. We are going to celebrate Auto Assembly's 10th Anniversary in style and run the best Transformers event that Europe has ever seen! Over the weekend of Friday 13th - Sunday 15th August 2010 we will be bringing you AT LEAST three guests of honour (Garry Chalk and Derrick J Wyatt are already confirmed), a massive Saturday evening programme with a party, live band, costume competition and loads more, toy and art displays, dealers, comic guests, free autograph sessions, video games area, workshops, dedicated childrens programming, video screenings and so much more!

All this will be taking place at the The Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England. Tickets for the weekend are on sale now through the website for £45 for the weekend for adults and £35 for children, students and senior citizens, with under 5s admitted free. Single day passes will be made available for sale closer to the convention.

For more details on the convention, to see a full list of all the guests and activities taking place over the weekend, or to book your tickets, visit the website at www.autoassembly.org.uk

We hope to see you all in August 2010.

The Auto Assembly 2010 Team

Web: www.autoassembly.org.uk
Youtube: www.youtube.com/autoassembly
Twitter: www.twitter.com/auto_assembly
Forum: http://autoassembly.proboards.com
Email: autoassembly@aol.com
Tel: +44 (0)7860 948296

Auto Assembly 2010 is sponsored by www.transformertoys.co.uk and www.transformersanimated.com whose generosity have made Derrick J Wyatt's appearance at the convention possible.


For more info on Auto Assembly 2010, and other great Transformers-related events from all over the globe, trust Seibertron.com, your ultimate Transformers resource!

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