The fifteenth seal of the Roboplastic Apocalypse goes out with a bang like a virtual auction hammer slamming down on your computer mouse clicky finger in this special CARTOON ROBOT STORIES FOR SALE edition of the Roboplastic Podcastalypse! Thrill to the excitement as the Nostrodomatron gives second-by-second gavel-to-gavel coverage of the historic Ron Friedman G1 Transformers documents auctions as they each come to a close! Got $262.90 lying around? I've got a picture of Wheelie with your name on it! It's not just a Podcastalypse, it's an Auctionocalypse!
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On the night of November 19th, 2010, former Sunbow cartoon writer Ron Friedman auctioned off a great many documents of roboplasticological significance via internet auction house Heritage Auctions. Up for sale were many really cool documents relating to the early years of development of the Transformers brand. I signed up for an account and watched the final moments of bidding as auctions for character models and early drafts of screenplays from GI Joe and Transformers went to the highest bidder. Just for the hell of it I recorded me talking to myself about how exciting it all was. This is that recording!
Follow this link to a post at the Allspark Message Boards to get scanned copies of many of the items sold during the Ron Friedman!