Terminator Omnibus Volume 1

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They came from another time to ensure that the future would belong solely to the machines. They are Terminatorsindestructible killing engines hiding inside shells of flesh and blood. Tireless, fearless, merciless, unencumbered by human emotion, dedicated to the complete eradication of mankind. But despite the frailty of human flesh, nothing is as immortal as the human spirit, and even the strongest metal will bend by the will of a mother fighting for the future of her children.

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Overview

They came from another time to ensure that the future would belong solely to the machines. They are Terminatorsindestructible killing engines hiding inside shells of flesh and blood. Tireless, fearless, merciless, unencumbered by human emotion, dedicated to the complete eradication of mankind. But despite the frailty of human flesh, nothing is as immortal as the human spirit, and even the strongest metal will bend by the will of a mother fighting for the future of her children.

Dark Horse Comics has long been regarded as the heavyweight champion of adapting film blockbusters to graphic fiction, and The Terminator is one of the finest examples of bringing top comics talents to the expansion of a premier action/adventure mythos. Featuring work by fanfavorite creators James Robinson, Matt Wagner, John Arcudi, Paul Gulacy, Ian Edginton, and more, The Terminator Omnibus Volume 1 features over three hundred story pages in a full color, highquality, valuepriced edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781593079161
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 3/4/2008
  • Series: Terminator Series
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 542,040
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.99 (h) x 0.66 (d)

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  • Posted January 14, 2009

    Terminator killing people,(what we want)

    The Terminator Omnibus mostly revolves around a advanced commando team of humans sent back in time to prevent the creation of Skynet. They are later intersepted by a team of terminator sent back to eliminte them and protect the creatons of Skynet. After the first part of the book the book really takes of when the surviving humans and terminators go to war with each other when the humans fight off the terminators simply to survive, as they learn the true creation of Skynet. There is another story in the middle of the book but you never really care about it. how ever Dark Horse does a good job at expanding the terminator universe without causing damage to it. This mostly because that they ever interact with the characters that you see in the movies and only slightly referencing them to move the story along. The other problem is that most of the human characters that seem interesting a killed instantly in the first part. Overall the story is great and it is really fun book that you will be willing to read over and over.

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