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TCC text story: "Foundation and Wreckage Part 1: Deadly Aim"

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TCC text story: "Foundation and Wreckage Part 1: Deadly Aim"

Postby Sabrblade » Fri May 27, 2016 11:37 pm

The Transformers Collectors Club has updated its site's Prose Fiction section with the fourth text story for its "Of Masters and Mayhem" prose storyline featuring the Figure Subscription Service 5.0 characters. This time, however, we get a story that, while still focusing on the TFSS 5.0, gives spotlight to a couple of retail figures: Alpha Bravo and Offroad! Titled "Foundation and Wreckage Part 1: Deadly Aim", this story sees Alpha Bravo and Offroad as the latest couple of recruits for the Wreckers as Wrecker leader Impactor and Wrecker member Fractyl aim to create the mightiest superweapon the Wreckers have ever had. Written by Jesse Wittenrich with the story by Jesse Wittenrich & Pete Sinclair, illustrations by Hosono Tomoya, cover line art by Marcelo Matere, and colors by Josh Burcham.

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