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Whedon's Terminator Comic Washes Away Our T4 Memories With Cyborg Blood

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Zack Whedon's latest comic book, Terminator 2029, comes out today from Dark Horse, and we're seriously hoping this Kyle Reese-centric story can make us forget Terminator Salvation ever existed. Check out the first few pages.


To continue reading the first preview of this comic, head over to Bloody Disgusting.

Here's the official synopsis of the comic, written by Whedon (Dr. Horrible, Fringe) with art by Andy MacDonald:

"The year is 2029. It's the year that John Connor, leader of the Resistance, sends Kyle Reese to 1984 to save Sarah Connor from a T-800 with a grudge.

But before all of that happened, Kyle Reese was just another man fighting to survive in a world overrun by a technology that had taken on a life of its own and annihilated civilization.

Who was Kyle before he met John Connor and was thrust through time to face off with a T-800 and fall for a waitress with a destiny? And who were his comrades in arms?

In this three-issue series we'll meet Kyle Reese and his closest allies as they take on T-600s, T-800s, and HKs, in a world where there is little in the way of food, water, or hope."

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Umm, for how long has the dear Zack Whedon been writing for Fringe. Was it in the first season? Inquiring minds who couldn't stand the first season, but love Zack want to know.

Also, holy frilling goodness, I've been waiting for this comic since I first watched Terminator as a far to young child.