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Writer Rob Williams breaks down the upcoming miniseries pitting robot versus human versus robot-human hybrid and teases some of the action and killer machines out to get Robocop in the future.
Writer Zack Whedon stopped by CBR TV to discuss his work on Dark Horse's "Terminator" comics, the complications of writing a time travel story, especially one based on a well known franchise and much more.
The final chapter of Zack Whedon & Andy MacDonald's "Terminator: 2029" is in stores now, and Dark Horse has revealed that in September the duo will launch a sequel set in Sarah Connor's era - "Terminator: 1984."
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exlusive preview of "The Terminator 2029" by writer Zack Whedon and artist Andy MacDonald with a cover by Massimo Carnevale. The issue hits comic stores Wednesday, April 28.
Joss Whedon to assemble "The Avengers"? "Terminator" begins with Robert Rodriguez? "Iron Man 2" director holding a suitcase? What is fact and what is fiction on this April Fool's Day?
Tim Robbins joins the "Green Lantern" cast! "Deadpool" writers talk working with Ryan Reynolds. "Robocop" may be a 3D reboot. Also TV actors audition for "Captain America" and more.
Zack Whedon, known to most comic book fans as the writer of "Dr. Horrible" comics and web-film, spoke with CBR News about his upcoming three-issue "Terminator" miniseries at Dark Horse, debuting in March.
"The Terminator" returns to Dark Horse in March in a new post-apocalyptic adventure from writer Zack Whedon and artist Andy MacDonald. MacDonald spoke with CBR about the robotic killing machines.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that the company has begun offering digital versions of their comic book series through iTunes via the comiXology app, beginning with their "Terminator" and "Army of Darkness" titles.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the Massimo Carnevale illustrated cover for the recently announced Zach Whedon written "Terminator" series.
With great action sequences, but a thin story, “Terminator Salvation” -- starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington -- finally reveals, with surprising reality, the Future War of the Machines.
Director McG and screenwriters Michael Ferris and Jon Brancato tell CBR News about the challenges in returning not just the Terminator to movie screens, but also John Connor.
“Terminator Salvation’s” new cyborg Sam Worthington talks about his job as an actor, his role in the McG film, and his upcoming role in a remake of “Clash of the Titans.”
Actor Christian Bale talks to CBR News about “Terminator Salvation,” working with the film’s director, and why Christopher Nolan will not tell him anything about the next Batman movie.
Dark Horse released today its first iPhone app in the form of “Terminator: Salvation,” a classic four-issue miniseries by Alan Grant & Steve Pugh. CBR spoke with publisher Mike Richardson exclusively about Dark Horse's further plans.
Rapper/actor Common and model/actress Moon Bloodgood talk to CBR News about their new movie, “Terminator Salvation,” their demanding roles, and working with Christian Bale.
Anton Yelchin & Bryce Howard Dallas talk to CBR about the new Terminator film, taking on their iconic roles, and other fan-favorite projects including “Star Trek,” “Spider-Man 4” and possibly “Green Lantern.”
“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” star Brian Austin Green discusses with CBR News the show's “game-changing” season finale, his hopes for a third season, and what it’s like to be told that you’re going to die.
The two Terminators of FOX's "Sarah Connor Chronicles." Summer Glau & Shirley Manson talk to CBR about their characters, the future of the series and what surprises fans can expect from the season finale.
The writer and executive producer of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" talks to CBR about the season finale, the feature film franchise, and the chances of the show's return for a third season.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Dead Irons" #3, "Army of Darkness" #19 and "Terminator: Revolution" #4.
Series creator and executive producer Josh Friedman joined stars Summer Glau and Shirley Manson at WonderCon to preview new episodes and answer fan questions about "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
"Terminator Salvation" director McG premiered brand new footage of the upcoming apocalyptic actioner at NYCC and fielded fan questions ranging from Arnold's involvement to Christian Bale's infamous outburst.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Garth Ennis' Battlefields: Dear Billy" #1, "Terminator: Revolution" #2 and "Xena Vs. Army of Darkness: What, Again?" #4.
Simon Furman reveals all the details on the latest time-hopping installment of Dynamite's Terminator franchise with next year's “Terminator: Revolution.”
CBR News goes into the future with "Terminator: The Sarah Chronicles" Executive Producers James Middleton & John Wirth as we discuss season two, the death of a character and the complexity of time travel.
Executive Producer Josh Friedman talks "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," Shirley Manson, the new Terminator movies, and Fox's reputation with genre fans.
Garbage singer Shirley Manson and Terminator Summer Glau sit down with CBR News to talk about Cameron’s origins and how a rocker girl fits into the most evil corporation in the world.
CBR tracks down the Terminator model T-888, better known as Garret Dillahunt, to talk to the actor about the death that looms for a "Sarah Connor Chronicles" cast member and why he can't wait to throw a Terminator punch.
A week of interviews with the cast and crew of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” starts here with John Connor himself, Thomas Dekker, who hints at developments in the new season.
Director McG and the cast of "Terminator: Salvation" gave fans at Comic-Con International a taste of a bleak future with an exhaustive Q&A and presentation of new footage from the Christian Bale-starring film.
John Connor gets angry, Sarah gets down with an Agent, and someone is going to die this season on "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," as Executive Producer Josh Friedman told the crowd at Comic-Con 2008.
IDW' Publishing's Chris Ryall and writers Jeff Mariotte and Dara Naraghi talk to CBR News about acquiring the comic book license for "Terminator: Salvation," with a new prelude miniseries and adaptation on the way.