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Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human

(Dynamite Entertainment's RoboCop)

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The ultimate killing machine meets the future of law enforcement! In the future, humanity has been wiped out and the machines are triumphant. Traumatised by his Skynet-influenced actions, Robocop looks to travel back in time and change the course of history. But when he emerges in the middle of Jon and Sarah Connor's assault on Cyberdyne Systems, he comes face-to-face with ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published April 24th 2012 by Dynamite Entertainment (first published March 27th 2012)
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John
Feb 18, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, terminator
Biggest problems with TERMINATOR/ROBOCOP KILL HUMAN:

1. Only human flesh can travel back in time (or metal encased in human flesh), which is why the Terminators always arrive naked and without weapons. Robocop wouldn't be able to do it.

2. In 99% of this comic, Robocop talks just like a normal person.

3. Skynet treats Robocop as though he is pure machine, which isn't the case.

4. The ending of the comic gives us two possibilities, both of which suck: either Skynet is stupid to the point of being dar
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Otherwyrld
Comic book mashups like this are pretty common - Dark Horse spent a good deal of the 90s pitting it's TV and movie franchises against each other, after all. This is only the second time these particular two have gone one on one (the first being the 1992 Frank Miller series RoboCop vs. The Terminator), and on the whole I enjoyed it.

After all it is a classic man vs machine story with a twist in that one is a human being cloaked in the guise of a machine, the other being a machine cloaked in disgu
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Justin
Nov 08, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: graphic-novels
Wow. This is not the first time these two characters have crossed over, but I think it's definitely got to be one of the worst.

The story takes a previously espoused idea that Robocop was precursor to Skynet. It also treats Skynet like an idiot.

I paid four dollars for this book. I think that was too much. I'm not even going to keep it as a warning for others.
Letande
Jun 05, 2018 rated it did not like it
Amazing. Just amazing. It's the very first time I see somebody who was able to take two popular franchises and screw them up beyond belief. You thought that RoboCop reboot was bad? You thought The Terminator sequels sucked? Ha! Think again! Because here comes Rob Williams! And, trust me, the guy will get medieval on your a**s!

First thing first, the man literally had no idea about what he worked with. He didn't know about the most basic lore in both RoboCop and The Terminator. What do you mean th
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Robert
May 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The best thing a short-run comic can be : Surprising.
Spencer
May 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
Short and not all that deep, I still immensely enjoyed this surprisingly good comic. It is true, it maddened me that Robocop could go back in time (only flesh can!) and his speech seemed somewhat un-Robocop like, but the reason I thought it was near the level of awesome was because of what it does to the Terminator universe. (Semi-spoiler) - Robocop is not protecting John Connor, he is trying to stop Skynet. This comic shows us how different those two things are.
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