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Second TFSS 5.0 prose story from the TCC: "Life Finds a Way"

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Second TFSS 5.0 prose story from the TCC: "Life Finds a Way"

Postby Sabrblade » Sun May 15, 2016 11:33 pm

The Transformers Collectors Club has updated its site's Prose Fiction section with a second text story for the Transformers Subscription Service 5.0. Titled "Life Finds a Way", this story, like the first, takes place in the world of the 2016 magazine comic storyline "Of Masters and Mayhem", and stars a new version of the Beast Era Predacon scientist Fractyl (note that this story being in a different continuity makes it have nothing to do with the Beast Wars cartoon or its related fiction), as he ends up marooned on a strange planet and comes across a rather bizarre group of dinosaur-esque Transformers called the Raptoricons. Written and illustrated by Matt Frank, with colors by Goncalo Lopez and color assists by Paul Hanley.

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