Full TransformersCon Lithograph Revealed!
It was two long days ago that TransformersCon.com displayed what they announced was 1/3 of an exclusive lithograph by artists Alex Milne and Josh Perez. The litho appeared to show Alternators/Binaltech and Masterpiece toys in a huge battle scene, but of course, only part of it was visible. Most fans assumed that was all they'd ever see… fortunately, they couldn't have been more wrong.
The next day, the online fan community was shocked to discover that another third of the lithograph had been posted on the site! "I didn't think I'd live to see another part of this picture," one anonymous fan confided. "I mean, now that it's happened, it's like it makes perfect sense. I just hope that one day, my children, or at least my children's children, will live long enough to see the rest. But I know in my heart that it will probably have to await a generation in some distant future that I can't begin to imagine."
But in the wee hours of last night, the unthinkable happened. That's right, TransformersCon.com has taken a step no one could have predicted: They have revealed the final third of the Toronto TFCon Alternated Masterpiece Lithograph! A bold move? Perhaps. "Laying all their cards out on the table like this? Well, it means they know they've got the goods, and they ain't afraid of what the other fella's got," said World Poker Grand Champion Richard Anthony. "Alls I know is that I wouldn't wanna be that other guy, because that's one heck of a pretty picture." For now, at least, the fans–those who have recovered from the shock–seem to agree with Mr. Anthony's assessment.
Check out the lithograph for yourself at TransformersCon.com. It will be available both to TFCon attendees and via mail-order from the site.
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