For helping promote the tenth anniversary of Radio Free Cybertron I would personally like to offer my thanks to TheAllSpark, TFormers.com and ActionFigureCollectors.com. AFC is also celebrating its tenth anniversary! Check it out if you haven’t, it’s a great resource for toy news that extend beyond the transforming variety.
This week marks the tenth anniversary of the first episode of Radio Free Cybertron. To some of you, RFC is a podcast that you listen to at work to pass time. To others it’s something you may check from time to time but don’t listen to obsessively. Some of you dear few consider it a big part of your online fan experience (hello, Joel.) I want to thank all of you, from the bottom of my heart. Even if you only check RFC from time to time, you still take time to check it. The few stray thoughts you spend to remind yourself to download it every few weeks shows an appreciation for the hard work that goes into doing the show. Sure, the show is a little easier to do than it was ten years ago and the physical labor that goes into each episode isn’t astronomical but to me, personally, the emotional investment that goes into each show is huge.
Like, really huge. Way more than you can realize huge. I’m working on a blog post for my personal blog to try to explain how much RFC means to me.
If you’ve found Radio Free Cybertron through a web link, please take the time to let us know. We would really appreciate hearing from you. It would mean a lot. If you’re looking for the tenth anniversary episode, follow this link. It’s all there. If you’re looking for TFTM Part IV it’s attached to this blog post. We hope you enjoy it.
You can find the remainder of the parody here: