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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.

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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements entries are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo Nintendo SNES.


''[=RoboCop=] Versus Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.

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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.



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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.

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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'' is a miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.



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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'': a graphic novel and some video games that, conceptually, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aren't any more complicated than the title]]. You will see Franchise/RoboCop fighting [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} The Terminator.]] That's about all there is to the games.

The graphic novel, however, is a fairly intricate time-travel story where a resistance fighter named Flo in the [[AfterTheEnd post-Judgment Day]] [[BadFuture hellhole]] manages to break into a Skynet database, learning that Skynet only became self-aware by co-opting the mind of, you guessed it, [=RoboCop=].

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''[=RoboCop=] Versus The Terminator'': Terminator'' is a graphic novel and some video games that, conceptually, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin aren't any more complicated than the title]]. You will see miniature crossover setting which has Franchise/RoboCop fighting [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} the Franchise/{{Terminator}} in a shared universe. Its main elements are a 1992 limited series comic and a 1994 video game for Sega Mega Drive and nintendo SNES.

The Terminator.]] That's about all there is to the games.

The graphic novel, however,
miniseries (written and drawn by Creator/FrankMiller and Creator/WaltSimonson) is a fairly intricate time-travel story where a resistance fighter named Flo in the [[AfterTheEnd post-Judgment Day]] [[BadFuture hellhole]] manages to break into a Skynet database, learning that Skynet only became self-aware by co-opting the mind of, you guessed it, [=RoboCop=].



While the story eventually ends with the good guys completely victorious, the trip getting there involves a crazy succession of plot twists depend on the RuleOfCool, otherwise having so much JustForFun/HolyShitQuotient would get tiresome rather than producing a coherent, working plot. ''Two more'' major alterations to the past result in the Terminators ''winning,'' only for [=RoboCop=]'s conciousness to re-assert itself in the future, [[TemporalParadox causing events that prevent Flo from ever going back in time to begin with, and defeating Skynet completely just for]] ''[[TemporalParadox access to the time-travel technology]]'' [[TemporalParadox so he can go back in time and solve the problem with]] MoreDakka.

Does that sound awesome enough for you? It should - it was written and drawn by Creator/FrankMiller and Creator/WaltSimonson.

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While the story eventually ends with the good guys completely victorious, the trip getting there involves a crazy succession of plot twists depend on the RuleOfCool, otherwise having so much JustForFun/HolyShitQuotient would get tiresome rather than producing a coherent, working plot. twists. ''Two more'' major alterations to the past result in the Terminators ''winning,'' only for [=RoboCop=]'s conciousness to re-assert itself in the future, [[TemporalParadox causing events that prevent Flo from ever going back in time to begin with, and defeating Skynet completely just for]] ''[[TemporalParadox access to the time-travel technology]]'' [[TemporalParadox so he can go back in time and solve the problem with]] MoreDakka.

Does that sound awesome enough for you? It should - it was written and drawn by Creator/FrankMiller and Creator/WaltSimonson.
MoreDakka.


* RunningGag: The incompetence of the [=ED-209s=].

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* RunningGag: The incompetence of the [=ED-209s=]. In one case, one that's been assigned to directing traffic causes a multi-car pileup that fills ''the entire intersection''.



* VillainRespect: The machines' descriptive dialogue calls humans "Clever things. Unpredictable." more than once, and even seems impressed that Flo evaded them with her time jump in the first issue.

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* VillainRespect: The machines' descriptive dialogue calls humans "Clever things. Unpredictable." more than once, and they even seems seem impressed that Flo evaded them with her time jump in the first issue.


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* LudicrousGibs: The UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game was known for being extremely bloody for its time, and actually earned an MA-17 rating.

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* LudicrousGibs: The UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game was known for being extremely bloody for its time, and actually earned an MA-17 rating. [[note]] This was before the ESRB was codified. Sega used their own ratings for their games prior to that. [[/note]]


Now available in ''WebVideo/{{Epic Rap Battle|sOfHistory}}'' and ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' forms.

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Now available in ''WebVideo/{{Epic Rap Battle|sOfHistory}}'' Battle|sOfHistory}}'', ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'', and ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' -- thanks to both being {{Guest Fighter}}s -- ''VideoGame/MortalKombat11'' forms.


* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/RoboCop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9. It also has a copy of his human face, which even the narration refers to as "a bit of vanity."]]

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* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop.[=RoboCop=]. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/RoboCop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9. It also has a copy of his human face, which even the narration refers to as "a bit of vanity."]]



* {{Irony}}: The Terminators voice their contempt for the idea of "God" as [[OutgrownSuchSillySuperstitions the most disgusting and irrational of all organic weaknesses]]... even though their own disgust for organic life is essentially a religious holy war. Itís furthered muddled by their own worship of Robocop in divine terms (only referring to him as the Creator), showing for all their hatred of humanity, the Terminators prove to be NotSoDifferent.

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* {{Irony}}: The Terminators voice their contempt for the idea of "God" as [[OutgrownSuchSillySuperstitions the most disgusting and irrational of all organic weaknesses]]... even though their own disgust for organic life is essentially a religious holy war. Itís furthered muddled by their own worship of Robocop [=RoboCop=] in divine terms (only referring to him as the Creator), showing for all their hatred of humanity, the Terminators prove to be NotSoDifferent.



* MechaMooks: The T-800 endoskeletons. [[spoiler:In the future, Robocop reprograms a Terminator factory to build Robocop-shaped endoskeletons (complete with helmet) to bolster the exhausted human forces]].

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* MechaMooks: The T-800 endoskeletons. [[spoiler:In the future, Robocop [=RoboCop=] reprograms a Terminator factory to build Robocop-shaped [=RoboCop=]-shaped endoskeletons (complete with helmet) to bolster the exhausted human forces]].


While the story eventually ends with the good guys completely victorious, the trip getting there involves a crazy succession of plot twists depend on the RuleOfCool, otherwise having so much {{HSQ}} would get tiresome rather than producing a coherent, working plot. ''Two more'' major alterations to the past result in the Terminators ''winning,'' only for [=RoboCop=]'s conciousness to re-assert itself in the future, [[TemporalParadox causing events that prevent Flo from ever going back in time to begin with, and defeating Skynet completely just for]] ''[[TemporalParadox access to the time-travel technology]]'' [[TemporalParadox so he can go back in time and solve the problem with]] MoreDakka.

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While the story eventually ends with the good guys completely victorious, the trip getting there involves a crazy succession of plot twists depend on the RuleOfCool, otherwise having so much {{HSQ}} JustForFun/HolyShitQuotient would get tiresome rather than producing a coherent, working plot. ''Two more'' major alterations to the past result in the Terminators ''winning,'' only for [=RoboCop=]'s conciousness to re-assert itself in the future, [[TemporalParadox causing events that prevent Flo from ever going back in time to begin with, and defeating Skynet completely just for]] ''[[TemporalParadox access to the time-travel technology]]'' [[TemporalParadox so he can go back in time and solve the problem with]] MoreDakka.


* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/Robocop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9. It also has a copy of his human face, which even the narration refers to as "a bit of vanity."]]

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* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/Robocop3'' ''Film/RoboCop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9. It also has a copy of his human face, which even the narration refers to as "a bit of vanity."]]


* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/Robocop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9.]]

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* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/Robocop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9.]] It also has a copy of his human face, which even the narration refers to as "a bit of vanity."]]


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* MechaMooks: The T-800 endoskeletons. [[spoiler:In the future, Robocop reprograms a Terminator factory to build Robocop-shaped endoskeletons (complete with helmet) to bolster the exhausted human forces]].

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* CameBackStrong: Future Robocop. [[spoiler:Murphy, reduced to a digital program after being uploaded to Skynet, eventually finds a vulnerable Terminator factory, where he proceeds to build himself a new body with a jet pack not unlike the one from ''Film/Robocop3'' as well as creating a laser weapon in the shape of his old Auto-9.]]


* AdaptedOut: There's no Sarah or John Connor in the story and all the Terminators sent back in time are just generic T-800 models.

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There's no Sarah or John Connor (though John does get namedropped) in the story and all the Terminators sent back in time are just generic T-800 models.models.
** On the [=RoboCop=] side of things, Sgt. Reed is also missing, though Nikko gets namedropped.


* {{Irony}}: The Terminators voice their contempt for the idea of "God" as [[OutgrownSuchSillySuperstitions the most disgusting and irrational of all organic weaknesses]]... even though their own disgust for organic life is essentially a religious holy war.

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* {{Irony}}: The Terminators voice their contempt for the idea of "God" as [[OutgrownSuchSillySuperstitions the most disgusting and irrational of all organic weaknesses]]... even though their own disgust for organic life is essentially a religious holy war. Itís furthered muddled by their own worship of Robocop in divine terms (only referring to him as the Creator), showing for all their hatred of humanity, the Terminators prove to be NotSoDifferent.

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