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New Pictures of Transformers Collector's Club Exclusive Astrotrain

Transformers News: New Pictures of Transformers Collector's Club Exclusive Astrotrain
Date: Monday, January 1st 2007 12:48pm CST
Category: Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): eBay seller spx_toys

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New pictures of Transformers Collector's Club Exclusive Astrotrain have surfaced on ebay. Ebay seller spx_toys has put up an auction for the exclusive figure here. The auction features five new images of the figure.

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Interview with George Dunsay

Transformers News: Interview with George Dunsay
Date: Monday, January 1st 2007 7:18am CST
Category: Interviews

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TFArchive has posted an interview with George Dunsay, ex Vice President of Research and Development at Hasbro, who was responsible for the deal with Takara that made Transformers possible.

Check out the interview here!

Spotlight Soundwave previews revealed

Transformers News: Spotlight Soundwave previews revealed
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 6:22pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): forums.idwpublishing.com, WindChargerNut

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Chris Ryall of IDW has given away some sneak peeks as a new years gift, of the Soundwave Spotlight to be release in 2007. These black and white inkworks were done by Marcelo Matere.




Happy New Year's Eve Seibertronians!

Transformers News: Happy New Year's Eve Seibertronians!
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 3:46pm CST
Category: Site News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): SEIBERTRON.com

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I wanted to take a moment to wish all of you a Happy (and safe) New Year! There's a lot of exciting things in the works on this site as we gear up for what should shape up to be the most exciting year ever in the Transformers hobby. 2007 will be the year that forever changes our "little" hobby. I hope all of you will stick around on SEIBERTRON.com as we continue to grow and change to meet the ever "transforming" needs of the community. On that note, I'm shutting down the ol' laptop to start getting ready for my New Year's plans. Stay safe my friends ... 2007 is almost here!

Corgi International Ltd To Develop Transformers Collectibles in 2007

Transformers News: Corgi International Ltd To Develop Transformers Collectibles in 2007
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 3:21pm CST
Categories: Company News, Collectables
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.businesswire.com

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Business Wire has reported on the merger between Corgi International Limited and Master Replicas earlier this week. Corgi International Limited is best known for manufacturing toy models and Master Replicas for creating Scaled movie models and replica's of movie props for movies/brands like StarWars and StarTrek.

In the press release for this merger, it was also mentioned that Corgi International Limited will develop unique collectibles in 2007 for several well-known brands, including Transformers. The following is the complete press release as reported on Business Wire.

"HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Corgi International Limited (Nasdaq GM: CRGID) today announced that the merger with Master Replicas Inc. has closed. Michael Cookson and Jennifer Klatt of Master Replicas Inc. have been named CEO and CFO, respectively, of Corgi.

Cookson commented, “The new Corgi combines three high quality brand names (Corgi Classics, Master Replicas, and Cards Inc.) into a single entity that expands the depth of its licenses, its collectible categories and its range of products.”

The new Corgi now holds licenses for many of the highest grossing film franchises of all time including Batman, Disney Classics, Harry Potter, James Bond, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek, Star Wars, Superman, and others.

The company will be developing unique, collectible products under three brands. New products will begin arriving at retail in the spring of 2007 for Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars 30th Anniversary, and Transformers and in the fall of 2007, for The Golden Compass.

Corgi Classics will focus on collectible die cast vehicles and figurines, Master Replicas will continue to develop and produce movie prop replicas and high end collectibles, and a third brand will develop licensed products for the gift and toy channels.

For more information, please visit www.Corgi-International.com, www.MasterReplicas.com and www.CardsInc.com.

About Corgi International

Corgi International develops and markets a wide variety of both licensed and unlicensed collectible products – ranging from high end prop replicas to toys and gifts. The company holds licenses for many of the top film franchises of all time, including Batman, Disney Classics, Harry Potter, James Bond, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek, Star Wars, Superman, and others. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong, with offices in Walnut Creek, CA, Chicago, IL, and the United Kingdom.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements in this release are forward-looking. These statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated. Such risks and uncertainties include, in addition to those discussed above and without limitation, changes in market demand for Corgi International products, changes in economic conditions, dependence on certain customers and other risks described in the company's annual report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2006. The company undertakes no obligation to revise these forward-looking statements to reflect subsequent events or circumstances
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Heroes of Cybertron available at Hot Topic

Transformers News: Heroes of Cybertron available at Hot Topic
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 2:57pm CST
Category: Toy News
Posted by: AutobotJazz | Credit(s): Hot Topic

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Hot Topic stores are now carrying re-released Heroes of Cybertron figures in their stores. They have one of the earlier waves featuring Optimus Prime, Megatron, Rodimus Prime, Ultra Magnus, and Soundwave. They are retailing for $6.99.

UK Victory DVD Boxset Review

Transformers News: UK Victory DVD Boxset Review
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 2:04pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Site Articles, Media
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Chris McFeely

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As some of you are aware Metrodome has just released their Victory DVD Boxset. Chris McFeely has dropped by and given us a review of the set. Here is Chris McFeely's review:



TRANSFORMERS: VICTORY
Cert: U
Dir: Yoshikata Arata
Starring: Hideyuki Tanaka, Takeshi Aono, Miyako Endo, Kyoko Tongu, Keiichi Nanba

FEATURE


Transformers: Victory was the third Japanese-exclusive Transformers animated series, originally broadcast in 1989 after ‘88’s Super-God Masterforce and ‘87’s , both previously released in similar box sets by Metrodome. As with Masterforce before it, Victory begins a new story that occupies the Generation 1 animated series universe, with an all-new cast of characters at an unidentified point in the near future. But where Masterforce used repainted, recast American toys to forge its characters, Victory’s new faces are almost entirely originally Japanese. The series introduces a new wave of Autobots under the command of Star Saber (Tanaka), protecting the Earth against the advances of the new Decepticon Emperor of Destruction, Deszaras (Aono), who schemes to steal Earth’s energy to reactive his planet-destroying space fortress.

In contrast to Masterforce, Victory eschews any kind of real continuing plot, returning to the episodic approach of the American series, with the Autobots thwarting the Decepticons’ daily plots before the series culminates in the much threatened attack of Deszaras’s fortress. This, in and of itself, is not a bad thing – it was, like I said, the approach taken by the American series, and I love the American series. Energy imps, mind-control, evil clones, super powers, and all manner of evil intentions and alien devices from electro-cells to flying fortresses always kept the series lively, but the outlandish nature of many of the ideas constantly had the show dancing wildly up and down the quality spectrum. Victory is almost the antithesis of this for its entire first half – there are none of these wacky schemes and plot devices, and the plot is basically the same thing every episode, with the Decepticons attacking a location, and the Autobots turning up to stop them, possibly with the introduction of a new combiner. This keeps the series on a very even keel, not rising or failing in quality, but it’s all terribly flat, and feels very much like a lack of imagination.

Thankfully, this doesn’t go on forever. Just before the series reaches the halfway point, the cast is shot off into space for a trip to Planet Micro, providing a change of scenery and a different style of plot (centred on the Decepticon Brestforce’s rescue of one of their number, Gaihawk) that is very refreshing. It’s uphill from there, with the introduction of Liokaiser, the return of God Ginrai from Masterforce, and steadily more and more imaginative single-episode stories in the style of the US series, with concepts as fun and unusual as deadly metal-eating insects and Leozack pretending to be Star Saber. The final trilogy of episodes, in particular, are especially exciting, energetic and eventful, ending the series with one of the top three Transformers one-on-one fights of all time.

The characters of Victory are, much like the storytelling of the series itself, a mixed bag. The Japanese production team persist in writing the Autobots into an embarrassingly rigid military structure, with everyone referring to each other with titles (“Yes, Supreme Commander!” “Right away, Lieutenant Commander!”), rather than names, which does nothing but grate. All three members of the Autobot Brainmasters are completely interchangeable in personality, and the Multiforce aren’t much better – pretty much all you can say about them is “Uh, Wingwaver and Blacker didn’t get on that well in one episode.” And Star Saber is the stereotypical J-TF Autobot leader, with all the personality of a Jacob’s Cream Cracker and an unending penchant for “OH BURNING HEART I MUST SUCCEED” speeches about the beauty of peace and nature. I said it before, and I’ll say it again – say what you will about Optimus Prime, but at least he had a gentle sense of humour that kept him accessible and entertaining. Star Saber is about as interesting as watching paint dry – except when he’s totally contradicting his own speeches about how great peace is by kicking epic amounts of ass in battle.

Because really, when we get down to it, Victory IS just about kicking ass, in the most thorough and straightforward way possible.

It is those characters whose asses are being kicked that inject the show with life and comedy and make it worth watching. You know what you’re in for with the Decepticons when they make their first appearance in the series in the form of the inept Dinosaur Force. This team’s obvious physical comedy may come as a rude shock to some viewers off the bat, because it is so vastly UNLIKE anything that they will have seen in Transformers before now - I know I certainly felt that way, but I personally found them to become genuinely endearing and amusing as the series went on. The other Decepticon team in the series, meanwhile, is the Brestforce, featuring memorable characters like Leozack (Nanba) and Hellbat (Shioya Yoku), Starscream-style schemers who are constantly trying to one-up each other in the eyes of Deszaras, who they are actually both trying to overthrow as well.

The show also gets points for its token human character, Jan Minakaze (Endo), who is one of the more intelligently-integrated human characters from the many Transformers series. After the death of his parents when he was just a baby, he was actually raised by the Autobots, and rather than just being the human friend that tags along on mission whether they’re needed or not, is treated as a member of the Autobot army, and is given tasks and missions of his own. Ultimately, he IS only usually involved in crowd control alongside his Micromaster chum Holi (Tongu), but it’s great seeing a human character with a defined reason for being there, who is important in his own, consistent, believable way – this stuff is a far cry from Spike suddenly being able to rally the Autobots to action by grabbing Jazz’s gun and planning to fight the Decepticons himself, or the Armada kids being brought into war zones for absolutely no reason.

And of course, a review of Victory would be remiss if it did not mention that it is the most JAPANESE of all the Eastern G1 shows – not just because of the unique characters and toys, but because of the anime facefaults constantly used by the Dinosaur Force, the crazy, super-deformed “chibi” versions of the characters that populate the commercial bumpers and closing sequence, and the closing theme music itself, a bizarre, cheeky tune that constantly chirrups “Chichichichichin pui!” and features an infant Star Saber wetting the bed and using the soiled sheet as a superhero cape.

Mm-hmn.

In summation, Victory is a show that tests you. By which I mean, it tests your patience. Very little of the first half of the show is worth watching on the strength of the story, but if you give up on it then, you’ll be missing out on the much better stuff that comes along in the second half. Similarly, the protagonists are completely uninteresting, with the Decepticons easily being the most enjoyable characters to watch – except they’re not fully assembled, and their characters not fully realised, until that same latter portion of the series. The first half is a slog, but it pays off – if nothing else, you can switch your brain off and just enjoy the fun noises and pretty pictures, since Victory sports a strong soundtrack, and some of the most consistently strong animation of the G1 era. Despite all the hoo-hah the series is smothered in online, however, in no way, shape or form do I consider it to be the best Japanese series – still wears that crown.


DISC SPECS

Thirty-two episodes across four discs, in groups of eight. The video is unremastered, but perfectly watchable, and is complete, with all commercial bumpers and previews. The only audio stream available is the original Japanese audio, with English subtitles translated by Jordan L. Derber, that have previously seen use on TV Nihon’s online fansubs of the series. The subs have undergone a bit of work by me for purposes of Anglicization, changing American spellings and slang to Commonwealth and switching out a few Japanese terms for English ones.

As some may be aware, Victory originally consisted of thirty-EIGHT broadcast episodes, a preposterous SIX of which (including the final ep of the series) were clip shows. Given their lack of any new footage and general utter pointlessness (which is evidenced, I think, by the fact that TV Nihon did not even bother to sub them all), they have been excised from this DVD set, leaving only the main 32 episodes of story. Their removal affects nothing, and the previews for them on the relevant episodes have been jigged around and replaced with the previews for the next main episode to allow the series to seamlessly move forward. If you didn’t know they existed, you’d have no idea they were missing.


PACKAGING

The set is contained within a cardboard sleeve, bearing a lovely bit of work by Nick Roche (by now well know as one of IDW’s artists) that depicts Star Saber, Deszaras, Road Caesar, Liokaiser, Landcross, Dinoking and Jan. It continues the “space background” theme of the previous two sets, rendered this time in magenta, which looks very nice on a shelf with the purple Headmasters and blue Masterforce.

Within the sleeve is a cardboard fold-out tray, holding the four discs and the accompanying booklet. The tray is decorated with Autobot and Decepticon symbols, Roche’s art and images of Star Saber, Dezsaras and the Brestforce (redrawn from screenshots of the show); the discs also bear these images to keep the pictures complete when they are in place in the tray.

The booklet (penned by me) runs to sixteen pages in length, containing a brief introduction to the series; an episode guide (divided by disc and spotlighting those episodes with audio commentary); details on the clip episodes, their content and their original placement with the series; and a short guide to the three series which came after Zone, Battlestars and

EXTRAS

The only extra features on Victory are three audio commentaries for the first episode, “Brave Hero of the Universe, Star Saber,” episode 16 (the mid-point of the series), “Get Back Gaihawk!” and the final episode, “Showdown! The Fortress VS the Victory Unification.” Victory is no Masterforce when it comes to plot, so the commentaries are perhaps not as enlightening or in-depth as that show’s, but I cover all the basic stuff about the show and its characters, the toys, their relation to American fiction, the stories of the Victory manga, and, in the final episode, lengthy discussion of Zone, Battlestars and Operation: Combination. I do trip over my words in a few places (I think I say “Breastmasters” at some point, and I get Sixtrain and Sixliner’s names the wrong way around and had to correct myself in the booklet), but hopefully I’ve learned enough from what I’ve done before to make these easy enough to listen to.

New Transformers Toy Bios

Transformers News: New Transformers Toy Bios
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 1:52pm CST
Category: Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): DESTRO of TFW2005

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DESTRO of TFW2005 has posted some new information about upcoming Transformers toys. He has posted several new bios for some upcoming toys. Here they are:

TRANSFORMERS The War Within - TITANIUM SERIES Die-Cast ULTRA MAGNUS Figure

No commander could ask for a finer soldier than ULTRA MAGNUS. He is a total soldier – highly intelligent and deadly dangerous, but with a fervent desire for peace and a willingness to sacrifice himself for the sake of a cause or his fellow AUTOBOTS. The death of Sentinel Prime sent him into a tailspin. Certainly the AUTOBOTS hadn't been winning the war, but the pace of their losses had slowed. The hope of a rally was just over the horizon when MEGATRON pulled the AUTOBOT leader's spark core from his ruined body. To hear that Optronix had been passed the mantle of leadership – made OPTIMUS PRIME - was simply another, greater shock. The archivist? ULTRA MAGNUS is on the other side of CYBERTRON, literally a world away from his new leader. As the DECEPTICONS continue slaughtering their way around the globe, he and his men wait for word from OPTIMUS PRIME, hoping only that the new leader proves equal to the challenge of the diabolical will to conquest of MEGATRON. Detailed die-cast metal ULTRA MAGNUS figure changes from warrior robot to monster vehicle and back!


TRANSFORMERS The War Within - TITANIUM SERIES Die-Cast SUNSTORM Figure

Deep within the laboratory of the DECEPTICON genius SHOCKWAVE, SUNSTORM languishes in a sealed cryogenic regeneration chamber. His body covered in rare electrum to protect him from the furious energies boiling from his internal fusion reactors and his mind held in stasis lock, he is fierce potentiality held barely in check. Though SUNSTORM is a clone of the famous air warrior STARSCREAM, SHOCKWAVE has made a number of modifications to his systems. His weapon systems have been upgraded to take advantage of the huge amount of energy produced by the twin tokamak reactors spinning in his torso, each arm cannon delivering the force of a small nuke with a single shot. His mind has been simplified, streamlined, and stripped of the extraneous ego and ambition that so cripples STARSCREAM. He is a pure creature, built the way all TRANSFORMERS would have been had SHOCKWAVE been their designer. He waits, silent and still, for the stimulus that will drive him into action. Detailed die-cast metal SUNSTORM figure changes from warrior robot to monster vehicle and back!

Ultra Magnus G1 6 inch Diecast

No AUTOBOT is more pure a soldier than ULTRA MAGNUS. He is a supreme battlefield commander who combines an encyclopedic knowledge of pure tactics with a talent for improvisation that allows him instant and total control over almost any combat situation. When other AUTOBOTS look at the tide of battle and see a lost cause, he displays a sixth sense for knowing what chances to take and when to pull victory from the certain jaws of defeat. Only rarely do his guesses prove wrong. He is a brave, capable warrior with no interests outside of his command, and no will or desire except victory for the AUTOBOTS. Detailed die-cast metal ULTRA MAGNUS figure changes from warrior robot to monster vehicle and back! Figure comes with display stand.

Megatron WarWithin 6 inch Diecast

For years he waited. For years he planned. For years he sat in the shadows of the arena in Kaon watching as TRANSFORMERS fought and died. As the taste for destruction grew within those who fought, he sowed the seeds of his own rise to power, and the subjugation of CYBERTRON. Those who proved themselves worthy through a talent for viciousness or simple, raw power, he recruited. No more would they call themselves TRANSFORMERS. Now they are DECEPTICONS. When the time came, his DECEPTICONS rose up all over the planet. In that first lightning strike, thousands ceased functioning. So far, all of his planning has gone perfectly. Before his assaults, the AUTOBOTS are helpless, capable of fighting only long enough to barely manage a retreat to the next fallback position. All the while, his plan progresses. The AUTOBOTS will be destroyed utterly, MEGATRON thinks, the universe subjugated beneath my immortal heel, and the history of my conquest read by the flickering flames of a thousand burning civilizations. Detailed die-cast metal MEGATRON figure changes from warrior robot to monster vehicle and back! Figure comes with a shield and a display stand.

RamJet Classics

The DECEPTICONS are known for fielding their craziest warriors in the skies, but RAMJET really outclasses them all. He's a born flier who loves nothing more than crashing. Sure, he's got a whole rack of concussion missiles and argon lasers strong enough to vaporize a DINOBOT, but he'd rather skip all that nonsense and just smash head first into his targets – and anything else that gets in his way. He's just as likely to smash his allies out of the way as he is to destroy any AUTOBOTS in his path, but watching him plow through a battlefield is so fun that MEGATRON keeps him around anyway. Awesome robot-to-jet figure features twin laser cannons with firing projectiles and flip-down landing gear in jet mode! Add this DECEPTICON warrior to your collection!

CliffJumper classics

Don't be fooled by his small size: CLIFFJUMPER is as tough as they come. Always spoiling for a fight, just hearing the word DECEPTICON is enough to get him riled up. He carries a unique gas-pistol that fires a cloud of nano-robots capable of making DECEPTICON armor as brittle as glass, but he'd almost always rather just toss his weapons aside and start swinging. More than one DECEPTICON warrior has ended up with a busted grill from underestimating CLIFFJUMPER. He may not be very strong, but no one is more determined. Awesome robot-to-cruiser vehicle figure features a Wave Crusher watercraft and trailer that convert to a jet pack in robot mode!

Cliffjumper 3 inch

Twenty-five tons of courage in a one-ton package – that's CLIFFJUMPER. He's the short guy who's so ready for a fight that even inanimate objects shaped like DECEPTICONS get him fired up enough to start kicking tailpipe. To him, "negotiation" is just another word for "loser," and "retreat" is something the other guy does. No one has any idea what CLIFFJUMPER is going to do with himself once the war is over and there aren't any more DECEPTICONS to blast. Poseable, die-cast metal figure is an awesome addition to your collection. Figure comes with a display stand.

Alternators SUNSTREAKER 3 inch

There are plenty of mavericks and weirdoes in the AUTOBOT ranks, but most of them are down and dirty warriors fighting for freedom against the DECEPTICONS. SUNSTREAKER is in a totally different class, and he makes no secret of the fact that he knows it. In fact, he thinks he's the hottest thing on wheels. When it comes to a fight, winning is only the second or third thing on his list, after protecting his artillery-resistant hide from scuffs and scratches, and making sure reflected laser light glints just so off his paint job.



RID Optimus Prime 6 inch diecast

Chosen by the Matrix to lead the AUTOBOTS on their mission to Earth, OPTIMUS PRIME is the very embodiment of all that every AUTOBOT strives to be. He is the soul of honor and compassion, dedicated to the preservation of life and freedom for all creatures. His affection for those he protects is matched only by his ferocity in battle. He has faced them many times, and knows that there can be no surrender and no compromise with the treacherous PREDACONS. In addition to being an ideal leader, he is a war machine of incredible power. Nearly unbeatable in single combat, his enemies have resorted to an endless string of dirty tricks to lay him low, only to see him rebound every time, stronger than ever before. His strength and confidence, however, hide a deeply reflective spirit. During solitary moments, he has been known to doubt his skill as a leader, for his deep compassion has – at times – clouded his judgment. Thankfully, his brilliant mind and the dedication of his compatriots have always managed to snatch victory from the evil claws of the PREDACONS. Detailed die-cast metal OPTIMUS PRIME figure features hidden arm blasters and changes from combat robot to vehicle and back!

Starscream 6 inch diecast

One of the first warriors recruited to the DECEPTICON cause, STARSCREAM is a vicious warrior, and gleeful killer. Most DECEPTICONS keep score of how many AUTOBOTS they take out, but STARSCREAM carves himself little trophies out of their pelvic gimbals. As leader of the elite Seeker squadron assigned by MEGATRON to launch high-speed, surprise assaults on AUTOBOT strongholds, and one of the old guard among the DECEPTICON leadership, he enjoys more freedom of opinion than many other DECEPTICONS. MEGATRON is tolerant of his sarcasm and belligerent ambition only because STARSCREAM is simply too efficient an engine of destruction to do without. It is not only his skill as a fighter that gives his AUTOBOT victims pause. Before the war, he was an explorer and scientist, with many friends among the AUTOBOTS – JETFIRE and GRIMLOCK among them. Even then he was a bully and a manipulator, but few who knew him suspected he could be capable of the atrocities now attributed to him. Detailed die-cast metal STARSCREAM figure features changes from combat robot to vehicle and back! Figure comes with display stand.

New Color Images of Movie Handheld Game Bot

Transformers News: New Color Images of Movie Handheld Game Bot
Date: Sunday, December 31st 2006 1:05pm CST
Category: Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Nevermore of TFW2005

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Yesterday we brought you news about color images of the cellphone bot from the upcoming Transformers Movie here. Well today we have news about new color images of the Handheld Game Bot. Click here to check out these new images.

BotCon 2007 Update

Transformers News: BotCon 2007 Update
Date: Saturday, December 30th 2006 11:16pm CST
Category: Event News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.botcon.com

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The botcon website has posted an update on BotCon 2007. The following announcement has been taken directly from their site.

"We have a few NEW details about BotCon 2007!
The hotel for BotCon is the Westin Providence Hotel in
Providence, Rhode Island. The show dates are June 28 - July 1.
BotCon is not in the hotel computer system, but will be
soon. DON'T CALL YET! There will be a discount code
which we will pass along as soon as we get it from the hotel.
You can then make room reservations by calling (401) 598-8000.
More information about activities and tours will be coming
in a few weeks so check back soon! This is going to be HUGE!

The Westin Providence
One West Exchange Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
United States ยท Phone: (401) 598-8000
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