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Heartless, mechanical cruelty meets dogged human courage and perseverance! In the aftermath of the events in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984), John Connor sends a strike team into the past to destroy Cyberdyne, the company that will eventually create the world-controlling computer Skynet. But the machines counter by sending a team of Terminators to block the attempt-- Heartless, mechanical cruelty meets dogged human courage and perseverance! In the aftermath of the events in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984), John Connor sends a strike team into the past to destroy Cyberdyne, the company that will eventually create the world-controlling computer Skynet. But the machines counter by sending a team of Terminators to block the attempt--turning Los Angeles into a war zone! Before Terminator 2: Judgment Day or any of the other film sequels, Dark Horse Comics carried the torch for the Terminator saga, creating a continuity that carried the action across the world and across time. The story in this volume, by John Arcudi and Chris Warner, paved the way for a rich parade of sequel tales. Also included in this volume: The Terminator: One Shot, by writer James Robinson and artist Matt Wagner! Introduction by John Arcudi.


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Heartless, mechanical cruelty meets dogged human courage and perseverance! In the aftermath of the events in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984), John Connor sends a strike team into the past to destroy Cyberdyne, the company that will eventually create the world-controlling computer Skynet. But the machines counter by sending a team of Terminators to block the attempt-- Heartless, mechanical cruelty meets dogged human courage and perseverance! In the aftermath of the events in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984), John Connor sends a strike team into the past to destroy Cyberdyne, the company that will eventually create the world-controlling computer Skynet. But the machines counter by sending a team of Terminators to block the attempt--turning Los Angeles into a war zone! Before Terminator 2: Judgment Day or any of the other film sequels, Dark Horse Comics carried the torch for the Terminator saga, creating a continuity that carried the action across the world and across time. The story in this volume, by John Arcudi and Chris Warner, paved the way for a rich parade of sequel tales. Also included in this volume: The Terminator: One Shot, by writer James Robinson and artist Matt Wagner! Introduction by John Arcudi.

30 review for The Terminator: The Original Comics Series-Tempest and One Shot

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    It's pretty much what you would expect from a Dark Horse licensed book from the 80's. Poor coloring, so-so art, and your standard Terminator story (Terminators and humans come back from the future and try and stop / help Skynet.) Received an advance copy from Dark Horse and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest answer. It's pretty much what you would expect from a Dark Horse licensed book from the 80's. Poor coloring, so-so art, and your standard Terminator story (Terminators and humans come back from the future and try and stop / help Skynet.) Received an advance copy from Dark Horse and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest answer.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Waller

    Better than the vast majority of the films.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Book collector

    Its terminator as a comic strip. Perfectly decent and delivers what you expect from a terminator story. Like a lot of arcudi stories it's ok rather than spectacular. Its terminator as a comic strip. Perfectly decent and delivers what you expect from a terminator story. Like a lot of arcudi stories it's ok rather than spectacular.

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