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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr

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Terminator: Enemy of my Enemy (Part 3) Terminator
"Enemy of my Enemy" Part 3
Terminator: Enemy of my Enemy #3
Dark Horse
Script: Dan Jolley
Pencils: Jamal Igle
Inks: Ray Snyder
Cover: Jamal Igle
March 2014


Farrow and the Terminator find themselves in the awkward position of chasing the same target.


Read the recap of the mini-series at the Terminator Files forum


Notes from the Terminator chronology


This story takes place in 1985.


Didja Notice?


On page 1, the Terminator fixes his damage after breaking into Allied Engineered Products. There is a real world company by this name in Dalton, GA, but none in New York that I can find.


The gash Farrow received to her forehead near the end of the previous issue ("Enemy of my Enemy" Part 2) has disappeared in this issue and subsequent ones even though little time has passed. Probably just an oversight by artist Jamal Igle, which I can forgive since his art is excellent throughout the series.


Farrow uses rohypnol to knock out a woman named Irene in her apartment. Rohypnol is a real world drug used for hypnotic, sedative, or anticonvulsant purposes. It is also known as a "date rape" drug.


On page 10 an advertising sign for Old Style on tap is seen hanging outside the Rose Tavern. Old Style is a real world beer brand brewed by the Molson-Coors Company. The Rose Tavern appears to be a fictitious establishment.


Another bar appearing on page 10 is the Mercury Bar. There are two such locations in New York City, though neither has the same exterior seen here.


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