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Plot[edit | edit source]
After the shocking events he witnessed in humanity's future, Kyle Reese has made the history-changing jump from the year 2029 to a world previously beyond his imagining-1984 Los Angeles. It's a time before the war, before Skynet, but not without danger, as Kyle begins his mission to find and protect Sarah Connor from time-traveling T-800s. Close behind is Kyle's friend Ben, with a crucial mission of his own. Hot off the critically-acclaimed Terminator: 2029, Zack Whedon and Andy MacDonald begin the next chapter of Kyle's journey toward destiny in their gripping reimaging of James Cameron's classic. Kyle Reese nears the completion of his mission in the past when he locates Sarah Connor in 1984 Los Angeles. However, protecting her from the Terminator sent back to kill her proves more difficult than he realized. In 2029, Kyle had backup, advanced weaponry, and obvious targets-now he's on his own against killer machines that look just like people. Fortunately, Ben is making progress in his own mission-protecting Kyle-as he finally catches up with his friend.
The future of humanity seems more uncertain than ever as Kyle and Ben are forced to battle an entirely new Terminator threat alongside a very pregnant Sarah Connor! It's the blowout conclusion to Zack Whedon and Andy MacDonald's inspired reimagining of the original Terminator saga! 'The formula of Whedon and MacDonald working together on this title pays off . . . giving us everything we could want out of a Terminator
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Continuity notes[edit | edit source]
- This series has two parts; each takes place before and after the events of The Terminator.
- In Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sarah never mentions that she was attacked by a second T-800.
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Q&As[edit | edit source]
- Q: We know the first Terminator was crushed in The Terminator and the only remains are its arm and CPU chip, so what happen to the rest parts?
- A: It's revealed that the rest parts were put in a facility, which was blown up by Ben.