In this fourth episode of the Official Podcast of Skynet’s Army: Terminator Fans United, we look into the possibility of Robert Patrick joining the cast of “Terminator 6” and fans talk about their favorite moments from the classic film “The Terminator”!
While Terminator first began its legendary infiltration into comics during the late 1980’s when it was published by NOW Comics, many fans fondly remember when Dark Horse Comics took over in 1990 with their “Tempest” four issue limited run, followed by the single issue “One Shot” released in 1991. Both stories have since been presented in hardcover collections, which are no longer in print and fans had to resort to purchasing used copies on the secondary market… until today!
In this third episode of the Official Podcast of Skynet’s Army: Terminator Fans United, fans say goodbye to “T2 3-D: Battle Across Time” and we talk about the proposed official “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” board game T2029 by Rule & Make!
Yes Terminator fans, the world that James Cameron warned us about took one step closer to becoming non-fiction recently when it was announced that robots could soon be 15 times stronger than humans thanks to a newly developed artificial muscle.
She’s back! Are we dreaming! Can someone pinch us? No this is happening Terminator fans! Actress Linda Hamilton, star of “The Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” is returning to the franchise one again as Sarah Connor in the next Terminator film!
Dave Youkovich is an illustrator that specialises in game and cover art (for books and comics) and excels in the “realm of the weird, dark and twisted.” Dave was hired as the lead Illustrator for The Terminator: The Official Board Game that our Army of Terminator fans successfully crowd funded. With the board game tentatively scheduled to come out late this year, buyers of the game will be treated to Dave’s Terminator artwork, who was not only in charge of the main card art, but the board art and cartography (map drawing) as well!
Once in a while we get surprises in our e-mail inbox, and today was one of those days. Have you ever wondered what the battle-damaged 1984 “young Arnold” Terminator would have looked like in the 2015 film Terminator Genisys, if the movie was Rated R instead of PG-13? Well wonder no longer Terminator fans!
“Hasta la vista, baby.” “How’s the knee?” “Say, that’s a nice bike.” The blockbuster sci-fi sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day has so many quotable lines. Now, if you tell us what your favorite line is from T2 on one of our social media pages, you can win a Terminator 2 2017 Trading Card Box from Unstoppable Cards!
There are more Terminator collectibles on the horizon fans! And if the sound of Terminator themed rings, figurines or die-cast cars makes the collector in you excited, then this is the news article for you!
The future that James Cameron imagined in 1984’s ground-breaking film “The Terminator” took another small step to becoming a reality recently, when scientists created actual self-healing flesh for robots.
When “The Terminator” was released in movie theaters across the world in October of 1984, audiences were thrilled to be able to see through the eyes of the T-800 Model 101. And featured on the Terminator’s sinister red HUD (Heads Up Display), there was mysterious computer code that would often be sprawled against the screen. Some fans wanted to know if it was actual programming code and what did it all mean? Well the code has been cracked Terminator fans, and unfortunately it is not very glamorous.
The 2009 film Terminator Salvation was meant to be the start of a new trilogy for our favorite science fiction franchise. Set after the events of Judgment Day, this trilogy promised to give fans something they have been hungering for since the first Terminator film debuted in 1984: A depiction of the post-apocalyptic Future War.