Terminator 2 Judgment Day: The Graphic Novel

Ten years have passed since Kyle Reese travelled back in time to protect Sarah Connor from the Terminator cyborg that had been sent to kill her Sarah s 10 year old son John, has been placed in a foster home, after she was locked away in a psychiatric institution No one believes her claims that Judgment Day is coming the day when machines under the direction of the supTen years have passed since Kyle Reese travelled back in time to protect Sarah Connor from the Terminator cyborg that had been sent to kill her Sarah s 10 year old son John, has been placed in a foster home, after she was locked away in a psychiatric institution No one believes her claims that Judgment Day is coming the day when machines under the direction of the super computer Skynet will begin their assault on mankind That all changes, however, when another Terminator arrives one who explains he s been sent back by an adult John Connor to protect Sarah and his younger self from a cyborg even powerful than their inhuman guardian
Terminator Judgment Day The Graphic Novel Ten years have passed since Kyle Reese travelled back in time to protect Sarah Connor from the Terminator cyborg that had been sent to kill her Sarah s year old son John has been placed in a foste

  • Title: Terminator 2 Judgment Day: The Graphic Novel
  • Author: Gregory Wright Klaus Janson Dan Abnett Rod Whigham
  • ISBN: 9781615553709
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Terminator 2 Judgment Day: The Graphic Novel”

    1. This is a collection of the graphic novelization of Terminator 2: Judgement Day and the follow-up miniseries Terminator 2: Cybernetic Dawn. Both stories are in black and white. It is a digest sized volume.The movie adaptation is fairly close to the movie. Unfortunately the artwork is fairly poor. It appears to be more sketches than finished drawings, At times it was even hard to tell the two terminators apart while they were fighting.Cybernetic Dawn is a multipart story. Taking place immediately [...]

    2. really loved this. I think I enjoyed the adaptations more as it was interesting to see where they took the story in the terminator world. the story for the film was also great but I wish they left the brawl with the blokes in the car park in, would of been great to see that sketch"put your leg down" :)

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