Terminator: Revolution is a comic book published by Dynamite Entertainment by the creator Simon Furman and Lui Antonio. It is the second part of the T2 Saga and serves as a sequel to the comic Terminator 2: Infinity.
Terminator: Revolution Volumes Edit
This series consist of five issues.
John Connor uses EMP pulse gun to disable the T-Infinity. He then use a steel bar to attack the machine, only to cause the TDE on board the machine to malfunction. Thus, John Connor and the T-Infinity respectively travel back to New Orleans and Alabama in 1996 accidentally.
Unable to locate the T-Infinity, Skynet becomes fear if the machine has been captured by the Resistance. Thus, the Dire Wolf is sent to destroy the T-Infinity in 2015.
As for the T-Infinity, it arrives Birmingham, Alabama. The malfunction has caused a confusion within its system, thus its mission priority becomes Sarah Connor.
In 2015, the Dire Wolf goes to the Resistance Headquarters, the last place where the T-Infinity was located before it accidentally traveled to 1996 with John Connor. After engaging the Resistance, the Dire Wolf is attacked by the HK-Aerials because those machines have no data about the Dire Wolf in their databases. Unable to find the T-Infinity, the Dire Wolf goes to Skynet Research & Development facility in Willo Grove, only to be confronted and attacked by the T-800 Terminators and the HK-Aerials guarding the place.
In 1996, Sarah Connor is attacked by the T-Infinity. She manages to escape, but only to confront a squad of T-850 Terminator on the street.
Sarah Connor is saved when the T-Infinity starts to attack the T-850s. Sarah join John and his younger self and heads to their hideout in the woods.
While in 2015, the Dire Wolf enters Skynet Research & Development facility after destroying the machines that guard the facility. he Dire Wolf set the destination to Cahaba Road, Alabama in 1996. Kyle Reese tracks the machine down to the TDE room and is going to destroy it with a sniper riffle. The Dire Wolf notices and attacks Kyle before he can pull the trigger. Kyle tries to escape, only to enter the time displacement sphere. Soon after Kyle enter the time displacement sphere, the Dire Wolf enters it.
- Main article: Issue 5
- Despite the series follows the film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, John Connor mentions he was attacked by a T-850 when he was twelve years old on May 5, 1996. This fact conflicts several facts within Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines:
- John never mentioned he was attacked by a T-850 in the film.
- In the film, John mentions he was thirteen years old when attacked by a T-1000 — which happened in 1995.
- However, John was born on February 28, 1985, so he should be only eleven years old on May 5, 1996.
- Skynet is destroyed in 2015 in this timeline, much earlier than it should. Similar thing has happened in Jane Connor's timeline.
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