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Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new Terminator series will arrive in time for the holidays.  Terminator Revolution #1 follows the further adventures of Sarah and John Connor as they are pursued by agents from the future.  The series will be written by Simon Furman, with art by Lui Antonio.

“Simon Furman is becoming the driving force behind the Terminator in comics and is certainly turning up the heat for Terminator Revolution. Considering his work on Transformers, there is no doubt that Simon knows the mechanics of robots… how they think, how they act and how they terminate,” explained Dynamite President and Publisher, Nick Barrucci. “And Lui Antonio’s art is flawless in continuing the intense futuristic vision of a post apocalyptic world dominated by cybernetic killing machines and the struggles of the revolutionist John Connor as he begins gathering a human resistance.”

And if that’s not enough to get you excited, how about the upcoming Painkiller Jane vs. Terminator trade?

In Painkiller Jane vs. Terminator, it’s the most unexpected cross-over as Painkiller Jane meets the world of the Terminators! Jane has faced some bad-@$$es before but never one like this as she takes on Cyberdyne’s finest! Now, she comes in between a female T-800 Terminator and its prime directive, but will Jane’s enhancements be able to keep her alive long enough to see her own future? Features Painkiller Jane issues 4 and 5, and Terminator issues 6 and 7! Also includes a complete cover gallery by Alecia Rodriguez and Nigel Raynor!

Here’s a quick look at Terminator Revolution #1

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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1 Comment

  1. shamon temple
    October 19, 2008 at 3:12 am — Reply

    sweet i was wondering what happen to the book after the painkiller jane crossover story thanks for the info guys

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