Auto Assembly is the largest Transformers convention to have taken place in Europe.
The 2009 convetion attracted Transformer star guests such as Gregg Burger who voiced Grimlock in the G1 cartoon, Ian James Corlett who voiced Cheetor in the Beast Wars series and Andrew Wildman who has illustrated on Transformers comics since the original Marvel collection, along with at least ten more star guests.
This years Auto Assembly will run over two days which will celebrate the 25 anniversary of Transformers and give all the loyal fans a chance to meet up and have a few drinks and to talk about the giant robots everyone loves.
Another great reason to go this year is to see the massively impressive and rare Lucky Draw Transformers collection, this is one of the biggest collections of the hardest Transformers to find you might see in one place.
The convention is also open to dealers who will be bringing merchandise you won’t find on the high street along with exclusive items only available at AA such as a variant IDW comic limited to two per ticket holder.
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Posted by Adi Mursec on July 7, 2009
Auto Assembly 2011 is set to be the biggest Transformers convention in Europe ever. Over the last few years the guests have grown in number and awesomeness. This year will see the return of Gregg Berger the voice of Grimlock and Eeyore.
Back from Auto Assembly this weekend, it was pretty awesome but take a look at the Friday of the Transformers Convention in Birmingham.
Auto Assembly coverage part 2, We had so many pictures we thought it would be best to split them up. If you have some you would like to share email them through to us. The second part of the coverage shows how the show moved on over the weekend.
With Auto Assembly only two weeks away the convention now has it’s own official theme song. The song is written by a band called Next of Kin who will also be performing at the convention on the saturday night.
Auto Assembly’s Simon Plumbe has new news about a pack being available for those of us who won’t
be able to attend Auto Assembly this year:
“AA 2009 is set to break all attendance records once again for a European Transformers convention and we are delighted to say that we are going to be joined by Transformers fans from not only all over the UK but from all over Europe and from as far afield as America, Singapore and Japan making Auto Assembly 2009 a truly global event.”
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