Ceno Kibble 3P Comic Interview

Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by CZ Hazard, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. CZ Hazard

    CZ Hazard @DiabraveSid

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    so....another hint for a 6th member for the ferocicus team?
     
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    *bracing for the shitstorm
     
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    awesome the crossover idea man !! I hope one day all you best 3rd party factories will create a kind of Image Comics consortium to create and share a same narrative universe with a lot of new characters that cross each other in the stories :p  It'd be epic I think but I know, maybe it's too ambitious :) 
     
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    I'm working on the site issue everyone!
     
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    The website is fixed and the article is up! :) 
     
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    So there was an implication of a Crow Battalion figure. Neat.

    They should ask permission from other companies to have their figures exist in continuity.