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Radio Free Cybertron - Week of October 28 2012

By Kilby on Sunday, October 28, 2012



This week the guys talk about: The second Asia Exclusive Seekers set, that Disney Combiner, G2 Bruticus, the TFCC Subscription Service. Also on the show: Transformers Rewind Chain of Command and Rescue Centre: Deep Trouble.

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