Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3

Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3

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Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3


Iacon Independent, the Auto Assembly 2012 convention exclusive comic is shaping up to be something rather special. Although the project was put together at the last minute, it certainly hasn't looked or felt like it with a collection of short stories from a range of writers and artists with something for everyone.

It is a full-length comic with 22 pages of strips - from single pagers inspired by the Mosaic series, to an 8 page epic and this is the focus of today's preview... “Promise of Peace” is a G1 story where Sureshot and Misfire find themselves as captives. But their only way to escape detention, is to try and work together... The story has been written by Bruce Bridges with artwork by Jimmy Brogan.

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The comic is only available at Auto Assembly 2012 so to get your hands on a copy you're going to have to book at ticket for the event or order one of our Non-Attendee Packs. Don't forget, you'll also be able to get hold of our other convention exclusive, the Marlboor Kitbash Upgrade Kit for Generations Wheeljack by attending the convention or ordering a Non-Attendee Pack so there's a double incentive to book if the guests and the convention itself weren't reason enough!

As for the comic itself, we have very limited advertising space available in the comic for any interested companies and we are already talking to companies wanting to book pages. The comic will have a print run of 1,000 copies and will be distributed to fans attending the convention from all over the world. If you are interested in promoting your business, website, event or anything else, please get in touch!

Auto Assembly 2012 is Europe's largest Transformers convention and is taking place over the weekend of 3rd - 5th August 2012 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel. To book your tickets or find out information about booking dealers tables, to sponsor the event or to enquire about advertising with us, visit the website at http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

Hope to see you there!

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Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1395150)
Posted by El Duque on June 28th, 2012 @ 1:10pm CDT
With Auto Assembly 2012 just over five weeks away, we thought we'd turn our series of previews over to our convention magazine The Cybertronian Times. The magazine has been running since 1998 and this year we're doing something rather special...

This year the magazine is being printed in A4 format as we have done for the last few years but for the first time ever the magazine is being printed in full colour and is being GIVEN AWAY to all our attendees who will be receiving one of the conventions goodie bags. In previous years the magazine has been sold as an optional add-on to the ticket price with 2011's magazine selling with a cover price of £7 so this is a fantastic bonus gift.

The magazine features a selection of articles, features, profiles on all of this years guests, fiction plus two brand new comic strips and it is these that we want to unveil today. The first story, "The Hunter" is set during IDW's series Robots In Disguise and focuses on Sideswipe where he goes it alone in tracking down a rogue Decepticon, but will his reckless nature cause him even more trouble? Written and illustrated by Ed Pirrie with a supporting team for colours and the strip's cover page.

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The magazine is only available at Auto Assembly 2012 so to get your hands on a copy you're going to have to book at ticket for the event or order one of our Non-Attendee Packs. Don't forget, you'll also be able to get hold of our other convention exclusive, the Marlboor Kitbash Upgrade Kit for Generations Wheeljack by attending the convention or ordering a Non-Attendee Pack so there's a double incentive to book if the guests and the convention itself weren't reason enough!

We have very limited advertising space available in the magazine for any interested companies and several pages have already been sold. It will have a print run of 1,000 copies and will be distributed to fans attending the convention from all over the world. If you are interested in promoting your business, website, event or anything else, please get in touch!

Auto Assembly 2012 is Europe's largest Transformers convention and is taking place over the weekend of 3rd - 5th August 2012 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel. To book your tickets or find out information about booking dealers tables, to sponsor the event or to enquire about advertising with us, visit the website at http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

Hope to see you there!

The Auto Assembly Team

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Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396156)
Posted by El Duque on July 1st, 2012 @ 10:23am CDT
For most of you attending Auto Assembly 2012 this August - or if you have ordered our Non-Attendee Package - you know that we are giving away a selection of gifts as part of our traditional goodie bag. As well as our regular exclusive postcards, convention magazine, and our comic we are producing an A2 lithograph this year and we are now proud to unveil the artwork for the first time...

Illustrated by Marvel UK artist Jeff Anderson and coloured by Kris Carter, the artwork has been inspired by some of the old comic covers featured on the British Marvel Transformers comics and features Galvatron, Cyclonus and Scourge. The litho is limited to a print run of just 1,000 copies and is ONLY going to be made available at Auto Assembly 2012 so unless you attend the convention or order a Non-Attendee Pack, you won't be able to get this fantastic piece of artwork.

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We were so impressed with this art that it is also featuring as the cover image for this year's convention exclusive comic, Iacon Independent, and we are also producing a postcard based on the original lineart from the card so we think that it's adding up to a fantastic package of gifts.

For all you dealers and businesses out there reading this, we want to give YOU the chance to be a part of this as we have the opportunity for one lucky company to be associated with this lithograph and to sponsor it! You'll get the chance to not only have your company's logo and details featured on the litho, but on the associated postcard as well! We have several package deals on offer linking in with the lithograph which can also tie in with our convention magazine and exclusive comic so YOUR company could be heavily linked with this artwork so what are you waiting for? This is a one-off opportunity to get your company onto a product that will be on display on the walls of fans all over the world! Email us for more details!

Auto Assembly 2012 is Europe's largest Transformers convention and is taking place over the weekend of 3rd - 5th August 2012 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel. To book your tickets or find out information about booking dealers tables, to sponsor the event or to enquire about advertising with us, visit the website at www.autoassembly.org.uk

Hope to see you there!

The Auto Assembly Team

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Tel: +44 (0)7860 948296

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Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396163)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on July 1st, 2012 @ 10:53am CDT
Pretty nice, but they all look a bit stunted, or like their 10-year old selves?
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396224)
Posted by originaldave77 on July 1st, 2012 @ 1:17pm CDT
This is a bad poster. Galvatron's silhouette is terrible - why hide his right hand behind the cannon? It also looks like he is being goosed by Scourge. Weird scale, his head too big, his expression silly. The fore-shortening of his left arm is bizarre too. He may as well be hoisting a mug of beer.

Coloring is good, inking is good, and the composition is okay. But the base illustration is in dire need of refinement.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396242)
Posted by Chaoslock on July 1st, 2012 @ 2:10pm CDT
We were so impressed with this art that it is also featuring as the cover image for this year's convention exclusive comic


Impressed... with THAT? :HEADHURTS:

Out of the three cons, Scourge is cool, Cyclonus is OK-ish, but Galvatron is terrible! And the pine trees are way too small - did they just need to step on a tree nursery? - that is soooo EEEEVIL after all!
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396267)
Posted by waaaaghlord on July 1st, 2012 @ 3:47pm CDT
I really don't get the hate here guys. I think you need to look at this in context and see that it's a highly appropriate piece for a UK event. The piece is a reworking of the arrival scene at the end of the prologue strip that kicked off the Target: 2006 storyline in the UK Marvel comics. That was the first comic appearance of Galvatron, Cyclonus and Scourge and the art was based on their toy models, as far as I'm aware the only instance of the toy models being used in officially produced sequential art. The scene has been redone here representing the character models as they appeared from the following issue's Target: 2006, Part One going forward through the next couple of year's worth of UK stories and culminating in Time Wars. The style is very much that of the UK comics from the 80s. This is like the missing link of UK Marvel G1 art and a real blast for those of us who grew up on Furman's earliest TF epics.

Quite aside from any of that Simon will end up buying the original artwork for his comic art collection at the charity auction on the day, as I believe he has managed to do with just about all the original art produced for AA over the years, so this piece will be directly helping out some good causes as well.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396283)
Posted by originaldave77 on July 1st, 2012 @ 4:24pm CDT
waaaaghlord wrote:I really don't get the hate here guys. I think you need to look at this in context and see that it's a highly appropriate piece for a UK event. The piece is a reworking of the arrival scene at the end of the prologue strip that kicked off the Target: 2006 storyline in the UK Marvel comics. That was the first comic appearance of Galvatron, Cyclonus and Scourge and the art was based on their toy models, as far as I'm aware the only instance of the toy models being used in officially produced sequential art. The scene has been redone here representing the character models as they appeared from the following issue's Target: 2006, Part One going forward through the next couple of year's worth of UK stories and culminating in Time Wars. The style is very much that of the UK comics from the 80s. This is like the missing link of UK Marvel G1 art and a real blast for those of us who grew up on Furman's earliest TF epics.

Quite aside from any of that Simon will end up buying the original artwork for his comic art collection at the charity auction on the day, as I believe he has managed to do with just about all the original art produced for AA over the years, so this piece will be directly helping out some good causes as well.


My comment was a critique. I actually pointed out WHY it was bad. A piece of art should stand on its own merits, not rely on some written explanation to help prop it up.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396303)
Posted by waaaaghlord on July 1st, 2012 @ 5:29pm CDT
originaldave77 wrote:A piece of art should stand on its own merits, not rely on some written explanation to help prop it up.


That has to be one of the most ridiculous sentiments I've ever come across. By it's very nature art is a subjective medium. All art relies entirely on the context in which it is presented for definition and has no intrinsic merits. A brick is a brick, but take it off the building site and put in in a gallery and you look at it differently. Now I'm not saying that I would read anything other than pretentious twaddle out of said brick in that environment, but that's me and my subjective view, for somebody else the brick's placement would be a statement. You've looked at this convention piece and given it a quick technical appraisal, I've looked at it and found context.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396309)
Posted by originaldave77 on July 1st, 2012 @ 5:51pm CDT
waaaaghlord wrote:
originaldave77 wrote:A piece of art should stand on its own merits, not rely on some written explanation to help prop it up.


That has to be one of the most ridiculous sentiments I've ever come across. By it's very nature art is a subjective medium. All art relies entirely on the context in which it is presented for definition and has no intrinsic merits. A brick is a brick, but take it off the building site and put in in a gallery and you look at it differently. Now I'm not saying that I would read anything other than pretentious twaddle out of said brick in that environment, but that's me and my subjective view, for somebody else the brick's placement would be a statement. You've looked at this convention piece and given it a quick technical appraisal, I've looked at it and found context.


Art IS subjective. And this one is a misfire. If the artist wanted to present it with context, he would've done so. Alas, it has to stand on its own, and it just plain fails as a work of art.

Your overreaction is completely ridiculous. You see good artists having to explain their work to salvage it? No because they actually make good work. They don't hope some guy on the internet will show up to defend their work and provide "context".

The art is bad, and if as much effort went into it as your juvenile diatribe then no one would criticize it.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396311)
Posted by waaaaghlord on July 1st, 2012 @ 5:59pm CDT
You're trolling an art major, and I really can't be bothered with it. After this post I won't be responding on the subject any further and if you push the issue I'll just go ahead and block your posts in future. The whole notion you propose of there being 'good' art or 'bad' art shows that I won't be able to sway you to a measured and evaluated appraisal in any instance.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396320)
Posted by originaldave77 on July 1st, 2012 @ 6:32pm CDT
waaaaghlord wrote:You're trolling an art major, and I really can't be bothered with it. After this post I won't be responding on the subject any further and if you push the issue I'll just go ahead and block your posts in future. The whole notion you propose of there being 'good' art or 'bad' art shows that I won't be able to sway you to a measured and evaluated appraisal in any instance.


I stand by my original critique 100%. You have a flawed outlook as to what constitutes "trolling". If you can dispense a lengthy argument, but don't like it when someone else does so in reply, then that is extremely self-serving. It's like only YOU can issue their 2 cents, how dare someone else does too!

I wouldn't tout being an Art Major as a defense for your argument, and especially this piece of art. You come off as elitist and entitled. The fact is, I never called you or your education into question, only your argument (what you call trolling).
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396321)
Posted by originaldave77 on July 1st, 2012 @ 6:36pm CDT
And if you block me that is an egregious abuse of mod powers. Give your head a shake.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396338)
Posted by griftimus prime on July 1st, 2012 @ 8:04pm CDT
horrible. why are they so gigantic? wtf?
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396393)
Posted by President-prime on July 2nd, 2012 @ 12:20am CDT
Sorry but the artwork is not very appealing. But that's just my opinion. Wouldn't know where to put it if it's given out for free. :(. Pretty sad!
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396405)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on July 2nd, 2012 @ 2:08am CDT
waaaaghlord wrote:You're trolling an art major, and I really can't be bothered with it. After this post I won't be responding on the subject any further and if you push the issue I'll just go ahead and block your posts in future. The whole notion you propose of there being 'good' art or 'bad' art shows that I won't be able to sway you to a measured and evaluated appraisal in any instance.


Majorly bogus mate. I have a JA original comic panel framed on my wall, because he is one of the best UK artists IMO. This piece of work, however, is not on a par with his early work at all. I'd imagine that it was rushed, and no amount of decent colouring is going to detract from the odd proportions used here. There's no need to start issuing threats to people because they have different opinions than you. :BANG_HEAD:
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396406)
Posted by robotmel on July 2nd, 2012 @ 2:33am CDT
Banjo-Tron wrote: Majorly bogus mate. I have a JA original comic panel framed on my wall, because he is one of the best UK artists IMO. This piece of work, however, is not on a par with his early work at all. I'd imagine that it was rushed, and no amount of decent colouring is going to detract from the odd proportions used here. There's no need to start issuing threats to people because they have different opinions than you. :BANG_HEAD:

:APPLAUSE:
Well said.
I grew up collecting the original U.K. Transformers comic and still own the full collection which still holds a wealth of great art and writing.

Yes there are some rather dodgy takes on out favourite robots.
Jeff has produced some sweet art over the years, but this piece does seem to offer an odd perspective.
I have seen better art from non-professionals being offered via Transformers:Mosaic recently compared to this one piece.

I wonder if Simes @ Auto Assembly would popped for a different piece if offered more? :-?

The stick does seem to get wave quite often when an opinion differs from what this website offers...
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396436)
Posted by Dead Metal on July 2nd, 2012 @ 6:42am CDT
originaldave77 wrote:And if you block me that is an egregious abuse of mod powers. Give your head a shake.

He's not a mod, take a look at his name and then look at mine, members of staff have green names.
Blocking someone means putting someone on your "enemy list", by doing so you block the posts of this person from being displayed to you. So he can no longer see your posts from now on.

This is the image waaaaghlord was referring to:
http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Image:Target_200 ... clonus.jpg

You can see how it homages it, and while I think the poster looks bad, just like 98% of all '80s to '90s TF comic art, I think it's a step up in terms of quality when looking at that Target 2006 image there.

He offered an explanation for why it looks as it does, one that makes sense, but I think another explanation would be that Jeff Anderson simply hasn't done a lot of TF artwork lately and thus well hasn't had a whole lot of practice.
Here's WIP stuff for this poster:
http://www.jeffandersonillustrator.co.u ... 04055.html
http://www.jeffandersonillustrator.co.u ... 04059.html

And man is it disappointing when you look at his other work.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396442)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on July 2nd, 2012 @ 7:13am CDT
Dead Metal wrote:He's not a mod, take a look at his name and then look at mine, members of staff have green names.
Blocking someone means putting someone on your "enemy list", by doing so you block the posts of this person from being displayed to you. So he can no longer see your posts from now on.

Thanks for the clarification, dude. Waaghlord, I didn't mean any offense. I was just hoping for an awesome A2 print which would compare favourably with Jeff's '80's work. Unfortunately, this does not, IMO. This is the panel I have at home, which is pretty much my favourite TF art.

Image

Anderson's 2000 AD stuff also rules.
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396674)
Posted by Simes on July 3rd, 2012 @ 7:05am CDT
Here at Auto Assembly, we like to keep our finger on the pulse of the Transformers community and we have noticed that our recent announcement regarding our convention exclusive lithograph has caused quite a storm! So we thought we would come back to quickly dispel some fears that you may have about this exclusive and correct a couple of (understandable) misconceptions…

As many have pointed out, Marvel G1 artist Jeff Anderson has purposefully drawn the art the way he has to evoke the early Marvel comics run and we can’t thank him enough for his work and the same goes to colourist Kris Carter for his excellent use of colour. Whilst it’s clear that there are quite a few negative feelings toward the art – which we won’t hide from – there have been many positive messages posted on social media sites too. So, just like the Marvel art of old, the fan base is divided! If nothing more, it is nice to see the fan base so vocal and passionate about this issue – because we care and we are glad to see you care too.

Many have asked us about the choice of artist. For the record, we are very happy that an esteemed artist such as Jeff agreed to lend his time to this free giveaway piece for all of our attendees. He didn’t have to, and we are very grateful to him. As for whether another artist could have been approached – that is a difficult area for us; sadly, we are given to believe that Hasbro has restricted artists currently contracted to working for IDW Publishing from producing any work for unofficial events or fan organisations such as ours. As a result, another high profile artist had to abandon the project not too long ago after his involvement was sadly vetoed. We are therefore incredibly grateful to Jeff, who stepped in to help us in our hour of need.

Nevertheless, in spite of everything we say above, we don’t want our attendees to go home with a piece of art they are not entirely happy with. We value your opinion and it is extremely important to us that you have the best convention experience possible. Therefore, we have taken it upon ourselves to make the lithograph into a fully reversible piece! One side will contain the Jeff Anderson artwork and the reverse will contain another piece of artwork which we are hoping to announce in the coming week. This way, fans who are not entirely satisfied with Jeff’s reimagining of his Galvatron artwork from Target: 2006 can simply turn the litho over and have a second piece to display. And likewise, fans who are happy with this first piece of artwork still get to have it on their walls.

We hope this extra measure has gone some way to show that that we want to listen and take on board your comments and suggestions.

The Auto Assembly Team
Re: Auto Assembly 2012 Convention Comic Preview - Day 3 (1396679)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on July 3rd, 2012 @ 7:50am CDT
Wow, that is a great idea, and very accomodating of you guys. :BOWDOWN: JA is one of my favourite TF artists but 2 options will be awesome. Really looking forward to seeing the convention in all its glory :)

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