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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 11:39 am

Hi and welcome to the first Auto Assembly 2010 news update. First, we'd like to thank all of you who have pre-registered for the convention so far. We're already on course to set a new European attendance record and if bookings continue to come in at the rate they are, we may even see this being the first ever complete sell out! What a way to celebrate Auto Assembly's 10th Anniversary!

We've got quite a few updates for all of you so without wasting any more time, we'll get on with everything...

Guests Update

2010 is certainly going to be our biggest year ever in terms of guests and we have not one, not two, but THREE guests of honour joining us for the convention!! First up, thanks to the generous sponsorship of the guys at http://www.transformersanimated.com

is the Lead Character Designer for Transformers Animated, DERRICK J WYATT. Derrick will be with us all weekend to talk about his work on the show, and how he helped shape the look and feel of the series and some of it's most popular characters.


Next up is a man who needs no introduction.... From 1996 until recently, this man has been one of the stars of Transformers for well over a decade, providing the voice of Optimus Primal in Beast Wars and Beast Machines and then the voice of Optimus Prime in Armada, Energon and Cybertron. This achievement has made GARRY CHALK the most prolific voice of Optimus EVER in Transformers voicing the character for a staggering 14 seasons!


Our final guest of honour is Garry's co-star on Beast Wars and Beast Machines and one of the most versatile voice actors in the business today, SCOTT McNEILL. The voice behind Rattrap, Silverbolt, Dinobot AND Waspinator, Scott often says that his work on Beast Wars is that which he is most proud of and his passion for the series - and the fans - is something you will all soon share in!


Joining our guests of honour will be a stunning line-up of comic guests including many Auto Assembly and fan favourites - Simon Furman, Guido Guidi, Nick Roche, Simon Williams, Liam Shalloo, Kris Carter, Jason Cardy, and Kat Nicholson!

The Programme

We're putting the finishing touches to the programme right now which will be on the website soon, and we're getting pretty excited about it. We're cramming more into the weekend than ever before to the extent that some of the main programme items are having to overflow into the Alternative Programme room!

Every aspect of the whole weekend is going to be bigger and better than ever and we don't think that there will be a single moment that you will want to miss! Saturday night will have the script reading featuring Garry Chalk and Scott McNeill performing a new script written by Simon Furman, a show by our band Next Of Kin, our costume competition and LOTS more besides, we have FOUR guest panels, quizzes, displays, and something of an upgrade to an old favourite...

The Game Zone

The Game Zone is the new name for our video games area at the convention. In the past we have had one or two consoles running throughout the convention with one or two games running... but not this year! It's the 10th Anniversary of Auto Assembly and it's been 25 years since the first Transformers game was released so we wanted to do something special...

We are aiming to have as many Transformers games running as possible spanning this 25 year history and will have games dating back 25 years to the very first TF game on the Commodore 64 right up to War For Cybertron on the Playstation 3 and everything in between. will There will be games that many of you won't have seen for years, for some of the younger attendees, may have been released before you were born, and we are also hoping to showcase some of the rarer and more unusual imported games from America and Japan that never made it to the UK. And if for some unknown reason we can't have the game running, we will have them on display in a special TF video game showcase!

It's our goal to have at least 6 consoles and 3 hand-held machines running all weekend long making this the biggest games area ever!! We are talking to sponsors to get TVs sorted for this but if anyone can help, please let us know!

Auto Assembly 2010 Convention Exclusives

Once again we are working on some convention exclusives for all of you. We are producing another edition of the convention magazine, The Cybertronian Times, more keyrings, more of our great postcards, following the success last year we will be doing another mug and we are working on another rather special exclusive or two which we will be announcing VERY soon...

Bring A Friend...

As we said earlier, we're on target to beating last year's attendance figure but we want to do it in style and set this record, and maybe even sell out, from pre-registrations alone! If you have any friends who might be interested in attending, or who are planning on coming along but who haven't booked yet, please tell them about the convention. The more people who register and the bigger the convention is, the more we will be able to offer!

Auto Assembly Shop Now Online

After a short break, the Auto Assembly Shop is back online on the Auto Assembly website. We have a selection of back issues of some of our fanzines on offer, as well as keyrings with proceeds going to Auto Assembly 2010's guest budget and the programme generally. But that's not all... we also have copies of the 2009 Exclusive Comic, Gregg Berger's CD "Think Globally, Act Vocally" and the Auto Assembly official theme song "Transform" by Next Of Kin!!

To buy any of these or see what else we have on offer, visit the shop over at http://www.autoassembly.org.uk/AutoAssemblyShop.htm


Pre-Registration Survey

When you received your confirmation email, you will have received a link to a survey that we are running for all pre-registrants. If you haven't already completed this, please spare a few minutes to do it. All of the information we get from this survey is helping to shape Auto Assembly 2010 into the sort of convention that YOU want. It is already influencing our guests, the activities and - with your input - will even help to shape the type of products that dealers bring with them to the event!

You can find the survey here:- http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=h ... 8B6A_3d_3d

and if you booked for more than one person, please get all of them to complete the survey as every opinion matters! All replies will be treated in the strictest confidence but you will need your registration number to complete the survey just to validate that you have pre-registered.

Passes / Information Packs

Passes and information packs will be shipping closer to the convention date. We are still waiting for more pass artwork at the moment and making the final decisions on artwork for this year's lanyards but once all of this has been sorted, we can start preparations to send all the packs out so you will receive your admission passes for the convention in plenty of time. We will endeavour to make sure that all important information that you need about the convention will be up on the website as soon as possible though.

Auto Assembly Youtube Channel Live

For those of you who don't know, we now have an official channel on Youtube for the convention. On there you will find all the latest news and announcements from the convention including our regular news videos, highlight reels from past Auto Assembly conventions, interviews and footage from Auto Assembly 2009 and it is the ONLY place online where you can see the script reading video from Auto Assembly 2009!! You can check out the channel here - http://www.youtube.com/autoassembly

and if you are an active Youtube user, why not subscribe and get updates as we add new videos!

Staying with our online presence and we are now also on Twitter! You can follow us at http://www.twitter.com/auto_assembly



If you have any questions about the convention, feel free to email us or pop over to our discussion forum at http://autoassembly.proboards.com

where we'll be only too happy to answer any questions or comments you might have about the convention and keep checking on the website for all the latest news and guest updates as well!

Anyway, we'll be back soon with another update but until then, thanks for booking and we're looking forward to seeing you all in August!

The Auto Assembly 2010 Team

Auto Assembly 2010 - 13th - 15th August 2010.
The Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England

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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 11:40 am

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Auto Assembly - "And Here Is The News..."


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.
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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 11:41 am

Hi everyone,

While there are still over three months to go before Auto Assembly 2010 takes place, more information is being released about what is set once again to be Europe's biggest Transformers convention...

We are now pleased to unveil the programme for the weekend and the first outline details for the running order for the weekend is now available for viewing on the Auto Assembly website. While more events and programme items are being added to the event daily, this will show just what guests will be talking on each day, and what we have in store as part of our Saturday night line-up and what workshops will be taking place on each day.

For more specific information on some of the new things we are adding to the convention this year, check out the latest episode of our news videos on our Youtube channel here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzJZ7v-oiG8 and we think you'll agree that it makes Auto Assembly a convention that you won't want to miss!

Spanning the weekend of Friday 13th - Sunday 15th August 2010 at the The Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England, the convention is playing host to a staggering 11 guests including three guests of honour (Garry Chalk, Scott McNeill and Derrick J Wyatt), and will feature toy and art displays, dealers, comic guests, free autograph sessions, a video games area, free workshops run by many of our guests, dedicated childrens programming, video screenings and so much more to be announced! There will also be Friday and Saturday evening programmes, exclusive for weekend attendees and the Saturday evening will play host to a party, a concert by rock band Next Of Kin (including a Transformers themed set with music from the 1986 animated movie!), costume competition, our voice actors will take to the stage to perform a BRAND NEW script written by Simon Furman and we still have a few more surprises in store...!

Because of the venue size, we are restricting attendance to a MAXIMUM of 550 people at the convention per day which can be made up of a combination of weekend and one-day attendees and once we hit that total we will be closing registrations so if you want to attend Europe's largest Transformers convention, you need to hurry and get your tickets now as we have already had over 300 pre-registrants so tickets are likely to be a complete sell-out!

Despite our running costs increasing for this year, we have frozen ticket prices from Auto Assembly 2009 and they are £45 for adults and £35 for children, students and senior citizens, with under 5s admitted free. Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) are available for £145. Single day passes are available at reduced rates but these are VERY limited.

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 http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

We hope to see you all in August 2010.

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.
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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 11:44 am

...and that brings us up-to-date!

No doubt more to follow.

All you Britlanders: if you're coming along, I won't know until you tell me. Yes, I'll be on the Registration Desk, but I only know most of you by your on-line names, so do let drop me a pm.

We might be able to arrange a get-together?

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Post by Clay » Sun May 09, 2010 12:06 pm

Can I come?

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Post by Savannahtron » Sun May 09, 2010 3:45 pm

Clogs, are you David?

Anyway, great video. I'll have to come out that way one of these years, don't think I'll be able to make it this year.

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Post by Wildrider » Sun May 09, 2010 3:48 pm

Haven't been since 2006 I don't think or was it 2005, it's really progressed since then!

Dalek and I did meet up, that was the last recorded TFArchive get together I can remember, I was considering coming this year, a full weekend of activities is ambitious! I wonder which day I should prioritise as I'm unlikely to make all three due to work commitments, maybe an over noght stay on the Saturday.

Looking forward to the TF themed rock band, Scott McNeil and Roche. Furman and Wildman are always good value too.

Will there be more transformer snacks? WILL THERE?!!!!:clap:

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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 5:35 pm

Wildrider wrote:Will there be more transformer snacks? WILL THERE?!!!!:clap:
No news yet, but I'm hoping. Hell, Scraplet1 is praying! If you decide to book, let me know.
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Post by Sades » Sun May 09, 2010 6:56 pm

Though it seems to be nicely fitting in here, I hope no one protests if I move this to News for the front-page exposure.

I wanna go! But then, I always want to go to everything and never do. ;) Maybe another year.
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Post by electro girl » Sun May 09, 2010 7:46 pm

I'm seriously considering going this year but none of my friends like Transformers so I'd have no one to go with but it all sounds so good decisions decisions.
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Post by Clogs » Sun May 09, 2010 8:49 pm

electro girl wrote:I'm seriously considering going this year but none of my friends like Transformers so I'd have no one to go with...
No, but there will be oodles of people you can talk to - and me - and the Scraplets - and maybe some others from here...

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Post by kupimus aka(clocker) » Sun May 09, 2010 10:16 pm

im definetly going. my tickets in the post.
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Post by Cliffjumper » Sun May 09, 2010 10:31 pm

The lack being able to smoke probably ends this one for me. Plus me in a room with Transformers fans = not good idea.

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Post by kupimus aka(clocker) » Sun May 09, 2010 10:34 pm

im sure you would get on well with everyone. You do here.
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Post by electro girl » Mon May 10, 2010 3:58 pm

So if I do go the plan is this; Friday drive from Lake Distsict to Hull, unpack then repack travel bag, sleep. Saturday drive to Birmingham in the morning (Whats parking like?), attend convention, stay at travel lodge. Sunday attend remainder of convention, drive back to Hull, die.

Just found out yesterday that it's been decided that me and my friends jaunt to the lakes overlaps the convention a bit so that + still no job + massive fear of being on my own in new situations is making it even less likley I'll be going even though I really want to, there's always next year but I said that last year and the year before so I feel like I'm missing out. GAAARRHH why can't this be easy?
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Post by inflatable dalek » Mon May 10, 2010 5:28 pm

Must get round to booking up, just got to sort out some jiggery pokery at work to get the Sunday off first.

I can recommend it fully though, if you're there for the guests I've never had a bad experience yet and they're usually friendly decent people, if you're there for the stalls they're usually pretty decent as well. Me, having done all that, I go to stand at the bar chatting and that's usually pretty fun as well.
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Post by Denyer » Mon May 10, 2010 5:36 pm

One of these years maybe they'll be in a big enough venue to do walk-ins for people who're just going to meet up and buy a bit of tat.

Not that there's anything wrong with catering to the hardcore; there are a reasonable number of generic comics and collectibles conventions already.

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Post by Clogs » Tue May 11, 2010 12:18 pm

Denyer: I'm not sure if we'll need a bigger venue, just a being bigger. With something like AA, it's absolutely essential to cover overheads before it's even run and relying on people arriving on the fly would just be too nerve-wracking, my dear.

We'll stick to hardcore and hard cash. As you note, there are lots of other meets for people to walk in on the day.

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Post by Clogs » Tue May 18, 2010 9:25 pm

Auto Assembly 2010 News Update Episode 5 Released...

Even though an incredible amount of information has already been announced about Auto Assembly 2010, Europe's largest Transformers convention, we are not resting on our laurels and we are back with another announcement to keep all our attendees up-to-date on all the latest developments with the convention and to hopefully persuade some of you who are still undecided about what con to attend this Summer...

Episode 5 of our series of news videos is now LIVE on Youtube and you can check it out here:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhMXE-KpipI

In this week's show, we have details of the latest news on dealers tables at the convention, ticket sales, our new Costume Competition, and much more besides! If you want to know the full details, you'll just have to watch the video and find out for yourselves!

Spanning the weekend of Friday 13th - Sunday 15th August 2010 at the The Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England, the convention is playing host to a staggering 11 guests including three guests of honour (Garry Chalk, Scott McNeill and Derrick J Wyatt), and will feature toy and art displays, dealers, comic guests, free autograph sessions, a video games area, free workshops run by many of our guests, dedicated childrens programming, video screenings and so much more to be announced! There will also be Friday and Saturday evening programmes, exclusive for weekend attendees and the Saturday evening will play host to a party, a concert by rock band Next Of Kin (including a Transformers themed set with music from the 1986 animated movie!), costume competition, our voice actors will take to the stage to perform a BRAND NEW script written by Simon Furman and we still have a few more surprises in store...!

Because of the venue size, we are restricting attendance to a MAXIMUM of 550 people at the convention per day which can be made up of a combination of weekend and one-day attendees and once we hit that total we will be closing registrations so if you want to attend Europe's largest Transformers convention, you need to hurry and get your tickets now as we have already had over 325 pre-registrants so tickets are likely to be a complete sell-out!

Despite our running costs increasing for this year, we have frozen ticket prices from Auto Assembly 2009 and they are £45 for adults and £35 for children, students and senior citizens, with under 5s admitted free. Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) are available for £145. Single day passes are available at reduced rates but these are VERY limited.

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 http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

We hope to see you all in August 2010.

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
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Post by Clogs » Sat May 22, 2010 12:05 pm

Auto Assembly has expanded its on-line 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 children's 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 http://www.autoassembly.org.uk

We hope to see you all in August 2010.

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

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