The story is fairly by-the-numbers and the art is a bit uneven, but I was nonetheless pleased with how Terminator 2029 turned out in its first chapter. Whedon clearly seems intent on using what elements worked best for the franchise and ignoring much of the rest. It's an approach that I can wholeheartedly support. Read Full Review
Of the various licenses Dark Horse has acquired over the years, "Terminator" seems like it has the strongest legs to walk on. The fact that this "prequel" delivers an interesting story is testament to the potential the Terminator universe has in the comic medium. Read Full Review
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