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THE TERMINATOR BUILD THE T-800 ENDOSKELETON Issue 1 Review


By: TheTerminatorFans.com On February 21st, 2019

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Hachette Partworks Ltd’s new The Terminator magazine has launched, and for Terminator Fans going on this journey- it should be pretty exciting.

Your mission should you choose to accept it; is to build a 1:2 Scale T-800 Endoskeleton which will include moving light up eyes, and a base/stand which will emit the iconic The Terminator theme by Brad Fiedel!

The first issue comes with a few parts and although they can’t all be assembled (the metal endo skull segment, and an additional part- will need putting aside for later in the build) you will be starting work on the eyes which will eventually move and light up.

The instructions in the magazine were straight forward and we didn’t experience any issues, everything was assembled without a problem and nothing was broken in the process; which is all anyone can ask for when starting a build like this.

Discovering what is in the magazine and slowly building the Endoskeleton is where all the fun is, so we won’t spoil the magazine contents. It has Terminator content, your instructions to start assembling your Endoskeleton and some additional science/technology/A.I. content that will keep any fan of science fiction entertained, and your addiction sustained.

We can see potential for this magazine to become very addictive.


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peter

here’s the problem – its produced by “hachette” – a real piece of trash company , they harass customers for payment for goods which they often don’t receive , and even get debt collectors to send out warnings.