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Build your own Terminator (for £1068.79).

February 19, 2019 | By | 4 Replies More

From tomorrow (20th February 2019), Hachette Partworks is releasing a new weekly part-work collecting magazine into newsagents to build a model T-800 Endoskeleton (scale 1:2, 93cm height) as part of this year’s 35th Anniversary of the original film.

The finished T-800 model will feature articulated limbs and LED eyes that light up and move from right to left via a remote control. The completed model will be displayed on a base with a post-apocalyptic design.

Originally released in 1984, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator), Michael Biehn (Kyle Reese), Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) and written/directed by James Cameron, The Terminator showed the dark side of technology and artificial intelligence.

Alexa, start World War Three, please!

The first Terminator: Build The T-800 Endoskeleton issue is £1.99, with the others 119 issues needed to build it retailing at £8.99 each.

We make that £1068.79 to finish it off, unless our AI’s maths circuits are being jammed today.

Build your own Terminator (for £1190.80).

Build your own Terminator (for £1190.80).

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  1. Julian White says:

    We are being currently regaled with ads for another partwork to Build the Bismarck… 140 parts, mostly at £8.99 after the introductory issue, making £1251.60…

    • ColonelFrog says:

      How much would we have to pay to sink it?

    • Andy Whitaker says:

      The first issue of Build the Bismark is £1.99, the second at £5.99 and the remaining 138 issues at £8.99 which makes £1,248.60. I looked into it just to see what the final cost would be. Makes you wonder if the people who initially subscribe realise the true cost.

  2. Julian White says:

    Ah – I missed the ‘cheap’ second issue price…

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