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Radio Free Cybertron - Week of October 21 2012

By Kilby on Monday, October 22, 2012



This week: It's RFC's 13th Anniversary! This week the guys talk about Super GT Optimus Prime, Classic Seekers, Beast Hunters and more. Aimee reviews ReGeneration One #84 and Robots in Disguise #10, Transformers Rewind is SOS Dinobots, Rob Springer has a way to help give back and clear the toy aisles of shelf warmers with Operation Beehive. Also, Brian talks about iGear Hench, the guys veer a bit off topic and talk about Classic Castle Grayskull. All that and more on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!

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