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Writer Rob Williams has revealed plot details of Dynamite's crossover project Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human. Speaking to Newsarama, the scribe explained that the miniseries will feature a familiar take on cyborg law enforcer Alex Murphy, who is struggling to maintain his humanity. "It's exactly the same character. Alex Murphy as Robocop. His struggle to keep his human side alive," he said. "But imagine he was just switched off one day and when he's next woken up he's in the far future, the machines have taken over and there's only a couple of human beings left alive. "It's the metaphorical war within Murphy taken to the brutal extreme. As for The Terminator future. (more) »
- By Mark Langshaw
Dynamite Entertainment's "Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human" #1, available July 2011, is written by Rob Williams, with illustrations by Pj Holden and covers by Walt Simonson, Tom Feister and Jonathan Lau :
"...The ultimate killing machine meets the future of law enforcement. In the future world of the 'Terminator', all humanity must be wiped out, so when 'Robocop' is woken from an enforced hibernation, 'Alex Murphy' finds himself among the final hunted. But will his body side with 'Skynet'? Or can man finally overcome the machines...?"
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- Michael Stevens
Dynamite Comics has announced a new crossover miniseries featuring the two stars of the Terminator and Robocop franchises. Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human launches this summer from the creative team of Rob Williams and P.J. Holden. The series sees Robocop finding himself in the futuristic timeline of the Terminator films, where he is forced to decide whether to side with or against the powerful Skynet. "What makes for a stronger machine? The desire to uphold the law or the desire to wipe out humanity?" asked Williams. "We're going to find out." The writer also wrote (more) »
- By Tom Ayres
Coming this July from Dynamite Entertainment is the crossover of the summer, Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human. Written by Rob Williams with art by P.J. Holden, Kill Human finds Robocop waking up from hibernation to a bleak future where Skynet has humanity against the ropes. Will Robocop side with the machines or defend mankind?
“What makes for a stronger machine? The desire to uphold the law or the desire to wipe out humanity? We’re going to find out.”
[Source] Newsarama »
- Brandon Johnston
The last time these two robots met were in Frank Miller's Robocop vs. Terminator from Dark Horse back in 1992. Now Dynamite will be producing a new mini-series called: Terminator/Robocop Kill Human. 2000Ad creators Rob Williams and Pj Holden will be doing the series. Below is the official press release. The ultimate killing machine meets the future of law enforcement. In the Terminator's future all humanity must be wiped out, so when Robocop is woken from an enforced hibernation, Alex Murphy finds himself amongst the final hunted. But will his body side with Skynet? Or can man finally overcome machines? Rising star Rob Williams (Ghost Rider, Punisher Max: Get Castle) and P.J. Holden (Battlefields, Judge Dredd for 2000 Ad), create the ultimate tale of life and death for humanity in Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human #1 this July from Dynamite Entertainment! "I'm hugely excited to bring together two much loved »
As the Ncaa college basketball tournament kicks off, The Daily Beast ranks all 68 teams based on their grades and graduation rates, from first to worst. Click here for the smart bracket.
The sports high holiday known as March Madness returns tomorrow. But the Ncaa college basketball tournament is more than friendly competition-it rivals the Super Bowl as the most-wagered upon athletic event, as brackets fan out across every office, school and website in America.
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With thought we might look at the tournament bracket with a more academic bent. With all the concentration on the court, we thought we'd examine how the 68 teams in the tournament fare academically. To find out which schools are faltering, The Daily Beast considered all 68 college teams in this year's March Madness according to their graduation success rate (Gsr), Academic Progress Rate (Apr »
- The Daily Beast
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