Terminator Too: #3 in a series.
Daredevil (Vol. 2) #37 by Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev, November 2002
Unfortunately, Matt Murdock’s blindness leaves him unable to appreciate the cinematography of the Terminator movies. Luckily, his radar sense allows him ample time to absorb the dialogue which he can then deploy at any point during his superhero career.
Terminator Too: #2 in a series.
X-Factor (2005) #41 by Peter David, Valentine De Landro & Marco Santucci, May 2009
True to form, Peter David makes the reference in a wry and self-aware manner. An attempt to have cake and eat it? NOT ON MY WATCH.
Terminator Too: #1 in a series.
X-Man #1 by Jeph Loeb and Steve Skroce, March 1995.
Perhaps there was still time for James Cameron to make Terminator 1 & 2 in the Age of Apocalypse version of 1995. Although let’s face it, if Apocalypse had actually watched the stories of a dystopian rule averted by time-travel shenanigans and paid attention to what was going on, he might have been more successful than he was.
Supergirl by Phil Noto.
Marvel has just released this teaser.
The biggest story I’ve done for Marvel? Sounds about right.
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!
So, like most everybody else sensible, we picked Fraction and Aja’s Hawkeye as our comic of the year.
James elaborates in detail on exactly why over at the site, but frankly, the above page from last month’s issue #6 should really tell you everything.
If 2013 produces a comic anywhere near as good as those six issues, it’ll be one hell of a year. Here’s to it!