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Vintage slides of Tomorrowland at Disney World. While some things have changed, with Mission to Mars changing to Stich’s Great Escape and America the Beautiful becoming the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, quite a bit is the same, especially the PeopleMover. Via Disney Pix.
Transformers: Armada Scavenger, from Dreamwave’s 2003 Armada calendar. If I remember right, the calendar was the first time the fandom got a look at the character; both it and a G1-themed calendar first went up for sale at Dreamwave’s booth during BotCon 2002, before either the toy was out or he appeared on television. Subsequently, somehow info about Scavenger’s identity snaked its way through the fans collected there, and when somebody asked who he was at the Dreamwave panel, a bunch of audience members yelled out “he’s Scavenger!” in response.
That might have been the same convention I asked Aaron Archer what Movor’s name meant, and also accidentally impeded his way to the restroom before the Hasbro panel. (Uh, retro-sorry for that, Aaron.)
Art by Guido Guidi.
"Comic-book movies are where my childhood fantasies meet my adulthood acting fantasies. I really, truly started acting by playing superheroes in my backyard."
Megatron and a few of his seekers.
Seekers, being mainly clones, it’s near impossible to collect all variants. We actually have a few more than we had when we took these pictures so expect an update soon:)