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BEHOLD - the most craptastic Transformers packaging ever!!!
Botcon '96 was my 1st Botcon. It was also my 1st time to Chicago. And to think that I now live about 10 miles away from where Botcon '96 was held (as was Transcon 2 in '97, Botcon 2003 and Botcon 2004).
Men In Black, the group of people responsible for Botcon '96, were obsessed with Pulp Fiction (much to the distaste of many Transformers fans).
Onyx Primal is a repaint of the original Beast Wars Optimus Primal toy
Onyx Primal is the first figure that was an evil repaint of an Optimus figure. Other evil incarnations of Optimus include Scourge (Laser Rod Optimus Prime) and Nemesis Prime (Big Convoy).
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