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Re: Terminator 6
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 04:02:29 am »
curious.  Well, I guess we'll see what they come up with.  I suppose it just helps to think of this as yet another timeline altogether, I can't make heads or tails of the "continuity" that is implied with all of the films so far collectively. (Haven't really read any comics or spinoff stuff).
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Re: Terminator 6
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2019, 05:48:02 am »
The continuity is all jacked up. As a nerd I do like trying to piece it all together though.

Continuity A:
The Terminator
Terminator 2 (There is a deleted scene I've heard about, but never seen, that does present a future where John Connor is in Congress and Judgment Day was averted)

Continuity B:
The Terminator
Terminator 2 (not including that deleted scene)
Terminator 3
Terminator Salvation

Continuity C
The Terminator
Terminator 2 (not including that deleted scene)
Terminator Genisys

Continuity D
Terminator Genisys

The Sarah Connor Chronicles show is in its own continuity, though if you did try to fit in with the films, it would take place after Terminator 2.

So Continuity F
The Terminator
Terminator 2
Sarah Connor Chronicles

I've read very little Terminator material. I really did like the novel Infiltrator which I think would've made for a better Terminator 3 than what we got. I think the villain Serena Burns was an inspiration for the Terminatrix in Terminator 3. Burns was an infiltrator, a human with a cybernetic mind. I also liked that this novel and several others in this series had the character Rossbach, who was a human that the Arnold Terminator was modeled after. If they had adapted this, it could've allowed Arnold to be in the films, to still be in the action, without having to be the Terminator.

http://terminator.fandom.com/wiki/T2:_Infiltrator

I haven't read that many comics. I remembering reading one of the NOW Terminator books back in the day, but just last year read The Burning Earth, which is something from the '90s that had intrigued me but I never got back then. It was cool to learn that it was Alex Ross's first comics work. The Burning Earth was also interesting in that it was written between Terminator and Terminator 2, and at the time they didn't know that Terminator 2 would happen so it presents a different take on the Future War.

http://terminator.fandom.com/wiki/Terminator:_The_Burning_Earth

I've also read a few others, but I haven't been a committed reader of Terminator comics.

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Re: Terminator: Dark Fate
« Reply #11 on: May 23, 2019, 04:28:03 am »
http://screenrant.com/terminator-6-every-robot-new-confirmed/

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