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New TCC Beast Wars: Uprising text story: "Intersectionality"

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New TCC Beast Wars: Uprising text story: "Intersectionality"

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:14 pm

The Transformers Collectors Club has updated its website's Prose Fiction section with the newest installment of the Beast Wars: Uprising storyline. Titled "Intersectionality", this story takes us away from the Grand Uprising on Cybertron and into outer space aboard the Predacon space vessel Dinosaur, crewed by Magmatron and his Predacon bunch. Written by Jim Sorenson and David Bishop, with artwork by Josh Burcham and Hosono Tomoya.


You've been waiting for it, and here it is! The fifth installment of the thrilling Beast Wars: Uprising ongoing prose series is now online! Entitled "Intersectionality", this story takes us far from Cybertron as Magmatron, Saberback, Killerpunch and rest of the crew of the Dinosaur explore the furthest reaches of Cybertronian territories in space. When they encounter a signal coming from a planet our readers may be familiar with, they discover that nothing is what it seems. Life, death, returning characters, angry space ships, and video games all are waiting inside these pages!

Read the story here --> http://transformersclub.com/prose/Beast-Wars-Uprising-Intersectionality-V1.2.pdf
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