May 24, 2015


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Transformers come to Winnipeg

Gregory Marrast with Higher Functions Productions poses dressed up as Optimus Prime while James Antoine as Griff from Halo Red vs. Blue attacks at Saturday's Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel.
Gregory Marrast with Higher Functions Productions dresses up as Optimus Prime along with James Antoine as Griff from Halo Red vs. Blue and Sheila Breer as Jill Valentine from Resident Evil on Saturday at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel.
Optimus Prime photobombs William O'Donnell, Stacie Gagnon and Bart Rucinski at their Yak and Shadow vendor at Saturday's Transformers convention in the Clarion Hotel.
Czarnel Ramos holds a gunpla figure at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel on Saturday.
Star Wars fan Jerry Stokes (right) fit right in at Rocky Abelada's vendor in the Clarion Hotel while attending the Transformers convention with a friend on Saturday.
Gunpla models are set up at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel on Saturday.
Vendors brought hundred of collectors items to Manitoba's first Transformers themed fan convention on Saturday at the Clarion Hotel.
Larry Sutherland (far right), Ryan Edwards, Justin Lavallee and Marilyn Chong admire the hundreds of collectors items at Manitoba's first Transformers themed fan convention on Saturday at the Clarion Hotel.
Gregory Marrast with Higher Functions Productions poses dressed up as Optimus Prime while James Antoine as Griff from Halo Red vs. Blue attacks at Saturday's Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Gregory Marrast with Higher Functions Productions dresses up as Optimus Prime along with James Antoine as Griff from Halo Red vs. Blue and Sheila Breer as Jill Valentine from Resident Evil on Saturday at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Optimus Prime photobombs William O'Donnell, Stacie Gagnon and Bart Rucinski at their Yak and Shadow vendor at Saturday's Transformers convention in the Clarion Hotel. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Czarnel Ramos holds a gunpla figure at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel on Saturday. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Star Wars fan Jerry Stokes (right) fit right in at Rocky Abelada's vendor in the Clarion Hotel while attending the Transformers convention with a friend on Saturday. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Gunpla models are set up at the Transformers Convention at the Clarion Hotel on Saturday. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Vendors brought hundred of collectors items to Manitoba's first Transformers themed fan convention on Saturday at the Clarion Hotel. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press
Larry Sutherland (far right), Ryan Edwards, Justin Lavallee and Marilyn Chong admire the hundreds of collectors items at Manitoba's first Transformers themed fan convention on Saturday at the Clarion Hotel. - Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press

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