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Several fan conventions dedicated to or featuring Lost have been held, in addition to comic conventions and other miscellaneous fan events.

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Comic conventions

Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project had events at Comic Con 2008.
Main article: comic conventions

Cast, crew, and series creators have made appearances at Comic-Con each year from 2004-2009, inclusive, as well as at the 2005 and 2006 Dragon*Con. Notable events include:

Official Lost convention

Javier Grillo-Marxuach.

Convention organizer Creation Entertainment [1] held The Official "LOST" Fan Convention beginning June 11, 2005 at the Burbank Hilton Convention Center in Burbank, California. Making appearances were writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach and cast member Jorge Garcia.

Lockdown

Lockdown Lost Convention

Convention organizer Massive Events, Ltd.[2] held the Lockdown Lost convention from April 4-6, 2008 at the Park Inn, Northampton, UK.[3] Making appearances were cast members Andrew Divoff (Mikhail), François Chau (Marvin Candle), Fredric Lehne (Edward Mars), and Adetokumboh M'Cormack (Yemi). Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) was originally also scheduled to appear, but could not due to a schedule conflict resulting from the WGA strike and subsequent resolution, altering the planned filming schedule for Lost so that he was needed in Hawaii to complete the final five episodes of Season 4[4]

  • Lockdown Official Site
  • Lockdown Official Forums

Abrams Incorporated

Abrams Incorporated 2009

A follow-up to the Lockdown event called Abrams Inc., was confirmed for the 7th to 9th August 2009 in Northampton, United Kingdom. Michael Emerson was previously announced as a guest to appear. However, due to poor ticket sales, Abrams Inc. was canceled a few months prior to when the event should have taken place.

  • Abrams Inc. Official Site
  • Abrams Inc. Official Forums


See also

External links

  • Zlatna - fan blog entry about the Creation Entertainment Lost convention in 2005

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Transformers

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A convention is an annual gathering of fans, collectors, and creators of various types of media. Common types of conventions spotlight toys, comic books, anime, sci-fi, and the like.

Transformer-themed conventions have been occurring regularly since the early 1990s, and continue to grow in popularity. These usually feature various guests, including voice actors, writers, comic & cartoon creators, and Hasbro representatives. They also include a stunning array of vendors buying & selling Transformers (and other non-TF transforming-robot) toys from every part of the world.

Conventions also typically sell or distribute "exclusive" merchandise that is available only to attendees, including toys, comic books, artwork, clothing, and various giveaways.

Official Transformer conventions

Unofficial Transformers conventions

A great many unofficial Transformers conventions have popped up over the course of years as the fandom continues to grow.

Note: See the "unofficial conventions" page for more details
  • BotCon 2004 (no, really!)
  • Cybercon
  • Dairycon
  • Iacon One
  • Transcon
  • TransformersCon/TFcon

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