TFCC Magazine Issue 46 Cover and Preview
Monday, July 30th, 2012 10:47PM CDTCategories: Collector's Club News, Comic Book News, Interviews, People News, Toy News
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- Interview with Transformers designer Kohjin Ohno
- Interview with Transformers Brand Director Jerry Jivoin
- "A Flash Forward" Comic Part 4
- Two New MTMTE Profiles
- Finalized Looks at TFCC Subscription Figures Circuit and Scourge
TFCC wrote:It's that time! Here's a preview of the next issue of the TCC Magazine! This issue is packed once again with content only available from the TCC, starting with two great interviews! We talk with Mr. Kohjin Ohno about the birth of the Car Robot and we had reporters at SDCC 2012 for a chat with TF Brand Director Jerry Jivoin.
Comic action this month features "A Flash Forward" Part 4 where our heroes finally come face to face with Jhiaxus! Two all-new MTMTE profiles featuring one profile almost 20 years in the making! And of course the back page features Recordicons and the new 2012 feature "TF IQ".
Finally, your first "final" look at TWO of the TCC's Figure Subscription Service figures. Look for that service (TFSS) to begin very soon!
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Posted by Sabrblade on July 30th, 2012 @ 11:11pm CDT
Before the site went down way back when, I remember seeing their store having a whole bunch of old issues in stock (I think they were only missing three issues, all of which were in the 30s). But now I go onto their new club store and see a significantly smaller amount of old issues for sale.
Are they really all gone? Or are they still sorting out what they have in stock before putting them back on the site?