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Terminator: The Final Battle (Part 7) Terminator
"The Final Battle" Part 7
Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #7 (Dark Horse)
Script: J. Michael Strazynski
Art: Pete Woods
Cover: Pete Woods with Matthew Wilson
July 2014


The return of Marcus Wright!


Read the complete story summary at the Terminator Files forum


Notes from the Terminator chronology


This story takes place during the future war in 2029 in the Salvation timeline.


Didja Notice?


2029: On page 9, Marcus reveals that after his human heart was removed for transplant into John at the end of Salvation, the machine part of him was still recording after "death". He could still see and hear everything even as he was being buried. Left in his grave, his heart and neural system regrew.


2029: On pages 9-10, Marcus retells memories of events that occurred in Salvation. On page 11, he tells of how he was recently reawakened by Skynet from his grave (at the end of "The Final Battle" Part 6).


2029: On page 14, Marcus is incorrectly drawn with a fuzz-fringed color on his jacket; that's John's jacket!


2029: On page 18, panel 3, the drawing of Kate looks rather like Claire Danes, the actress who portrayed her in Rise of the Machines, rather than Bryce Dallas Howard who took over the role in Salvation.


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