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TCC Prose story starring Counterpunch - "The Truth We Make"

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TCC Prose story starring Counterpunch - "The Truth We Make"

Postby Sabrblade » Wed May 11, 2016 12:49 pm

The Transformers Collectors Club has once again brought us a brand new story for their site's Prose Fiction section. But this time, it is set in the universe of the Club's current magazine storyline for this year of 2016, "Of Masters and Mayhem". Titled "The Truth We Make", it tells the story of Punch/Counterpunch that gives a first-person perspective to the guy's infamous identity crisis that originated in his Dreamwave MTMTE profile. Such a sneaky and twisted story, written by Justin Severson, with illustrations by Paul Vroman and colors by Jesse Wittenrich.


Read it here --> http://transformersclub.com/prose/the_truth_we_make.pdf
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