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"Spatiotemporal Challengers, Chapter 2" is now online

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"Spatiotemporal Challengers, Chapter 2" is now online

Postby Sabrblade » Tue Mar 15, 2016 12:27 am

Though released without fanfare, the second chapter of the Transformers Collectors Club's newest prose storyline, "Spatiotemporal Challengers", is now online at the TCC Prose Fiction second of the Club's website for anyone and everyone to read. Written by Andrew Hall and illustrated by Hayato Sakamoto, Chapter 2, titled "High Noon", continues the adventure begun in the first chapter starring a team of GoBots in Transformer bodies as they explore the Planet Earth of the Classicsverse (which, as of BotCon 2012's "Invasion" comic, now resides within the Shattered Glass universe) to seek aid from the Classics Autobots who reside there. Along the way, however, they will come to face challenges from the Shatteredverse's native Evil Autobots, who will undoubtedly cause much confusion and sow seeds of discord to the GoBots who have instead heard of Autobots as being heroic.

Read the story here --> http://www.transformersclub.com/prose/noon.pdf

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