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The Terminator: Death Valley #4 artworkThe Terminator: Death Valley #4
Dark Horse Comics

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Price: $0.99
Release Date: May 04, 2009

The Terminator: Death Valley #4 of 4

Writer: Alan Grant
Artist: Steve Pugh
Letterer: Gary Fields
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Editor: Phil Amara
Cover Artist: Steve Pugh

The Terminator is back in movie theaters and now you can enjoy classic Terminator comics from Dark Horse Comics, on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

In celebration of The Terminator game, created by Big Head Games Ltd., in partnership with Dark Horse Comics, The Terminator: Death Valley #1 is being offered for FREE for a limited time.

For more information about the The Terminator game, check out the Big Head Games section of iTunes or go to the Dark Horse Comics support link below.

The Terminator: Death Valley #4

The Terminators have hit Death Valley like a runaway train. Literally! The Terminator duo, male D-800L and female D-810X, have never been closer to exterminating their quarry, humanity's would-be savior, John Connor. But standing in their way are the bounty hunter Van Dirk, who blames the cyborgs for the death of an innocent girl, and a steam-powered locomotive barreling straight towards them.

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