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It's Skynet vs. Cybertron in a crossover for the ages!
1984: When a deadly race of machines emerge from another time, will a robotic guardian be able to protect the Earth from a dire future... or will the T-800 fail in his mission to prevent the world from becoming a plaything to the Decepticons?
The T-800, last hope of its kind, has travelled back to 1984 to destroy the Cybertronians before they can awaken and subjugate his future. But when the Ark systems start to bring the Autobots and Decepticons back online, what will he do against two armies? It's up to one Terminator to save the future and nothing's gonna stand in his way!
About the Author
Tom Waltz is a former active duty U.S. Marine, Desert Storm vet, and former California National Guard Military Policeman. He is an editor for IDW Publishing, and the writer of critically-acclaimed comics and graphic novels, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; The Last Fall; Finding Peace (with Nathan St John); the Silent Hill books Sinner's Reward, Past Life,and Anne's Story; and others. He has also written for video games, including Silent Hill: Downpour, Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, and the TMNT games Brothers Unite, and Mutants in Manhattan. He grew up in Clinton, Michigan, and lives in San Diego with his wife and two children.
John Barber is IDW's Editor-In-Chief. A former editor at Marvel, his comics writing credits include: Transformers, Optimus Prime, Spidey, Doctor Strange, Back to the Future, and many other projects across many other media. He lives in San Diego with his family.
David Mariotte is a writer and editor at IDW Publishing in his hometown of San Diego, California. He spends tireless hours making good comics including Transformers vs. The Terminator, Hanazuki, Transformers, Sonic the Hedgehog, Canto, Scarenthood, and many more. He lives with his significant other, an old dog, a young cat, and too many Transformers.
"This mini-series is not only a must have for all Transformers and Terminator fans, but for any and all sci-fi fans, even if you aren’t that familiar with these cast of metal characters. It’s that good!” —Outright Geekery
"The blending of these two franchises and the glittering of easter eggs made this an absolute joy to read.” —Caffeinated Critique
"For any fans of either franchise, Transformers vs The Terminator is a must-read." —British Fantasy Society