April 6, 2007
Terminator vs Robocop - Who Wins?
I can’t believe these have been out for over 6 months and I’m just now discovering them. I now have, thanks to Fargo posting them in Cadet SF’s Meatspace Forums thread, Robocop Vs. Terminator.
AMDS Films did a terrific mashup job here, especially on the first film. Definitely fun watching! Also, feel free to participate in the poll listed in the Meatspace thread. Personally, I think The Terminator wins it going away!
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April 6, 2007
I am amazed. How can a fake project like this jump the shark multiple times in such a short period of time.
April 7, 2007
Kevin I don’t know if its a fake project, but.. the timing and scene selections are good, even the music worked just fine..
I find it very entertaining, although the episode 1 is way better than episode 2, I think making something interesting and somewhat believable is why has appeared so many times in such short time
Cheers to everyone..
April 23, 2007
Na Han (呐喊) » Brass Knuckles said (pingback):
[…] Terminator vs Robocop - Who Wins? […]
May 6, 2007
hehee 5 strars just like ok!
June 10, 2007
I just really wish they’d make an actual movie out of this. Oh well, it would probably be crap anyway.
June 17, 2007
I think so to Eugene but, I don’t thnk it would be crap. I love destruction after I watched T3. I liked episode 1 better because, both of them kept on fighting, and it didn’t turn into a car chase.
September 5, 2007
it would be crap. just try yourselfs to think of a plot for a robo vs. terminator movie. ive tried. even if they did. they would make it a crappy movie cause 40 yearold story writers couldnt think of a constructive plot to pull anyone in.
Marc McKenzie said:
Nice comments here. Of course, all one has to do is actually go and find the actual comic ROBOCOP VS. TERMINATOR, which was put out by Dark Horse comics in the early 1990’s. Written by Frank Miller and illustrated by Walt Simonson, the story is an action-packed tale about a female soldier from John Conner’s army sent back in time to stop Robocop, because his unique nature (a cyborg) will lead to the creation of Skynet, the nuclear war, and the rise of the Terminators.
Miller’s writing is top-notch, and Simonson’s art is some of his best. Plus it is helped by Steve Oliff’s masterful coloring.
There should be a trade paperback for the series available. It was even made into a video game.
But, I suppose it’s easier to moan and groan about stuff…oh well.
There was also a robocop vs terminator video game. I have it on Sega Genesis.