When Arnold said “I’ll be Back” in The Terminator, he solidified his throne as the summer blockbuster lead for the next several decades. The T-800 has appeared in several sequels, and this November he’s back again in Terminator: Dark Fate.
You’ve seen the trailer for the latest Terminator movie, now check out these Terminator T-800 hand tankards and split head bookends from Merchoid. The Terminator is back, and this time he’s coming after your wallet.
Both are cast in resin and are hand painted to look like metal.
As if the world didn’t have enough problems, Russia is apparently creating a scary humanoid robotic soldier, affectionately being called “Ivan the Terminator.” Thank God they didn’t call it the T-800. The idea of the robot is to eventually replace humans on the battlefield.
I am a big Terminator fan. One of the things I remember about Terminator 2 is how the kid who played John Connor was annoying and looked like a young Pee-Wee Herman. I also remember that Arnie wasn’t allowed to kill people so he shot lots of knees.
We’ve seen a full T-800 skeleton made out of LEGO. YouTuber Kaled Souky aka jaled79 proves that you can also make a decent Terminator animatronic out of balsa wood and cardboard too.
This isn’t just any motionless statue either.
…or rather, a decent DIY low budget Terminator arm. I can tape five toothpicks to a broom and call it the T-800’s limb, but that’s not going to get me any YouTube money. Luckily the host of Awe Me’s new show Low Budget Prop Shop is the very capable Dustin McLean.
…and on the second movie he rose again. Stained Glass Co.’s large T-800 stained glass portrait is a wonderful homage to the one who sacrificed himself to save us all. Or is this the dude who tried to doom humanity?
The prolific custom action figure maker John Mallamas aka Jin Saotome tips his hat to the RoboCop vs. Terminator video games (which in turn were based on the comic book miniseries) with this badass RoboCop T-800.
Love the Terminator movies? Do you also have a love of Boxer dogs? Brian Rubenacker’s Boxer themed art combines them both for one amazing piece of bathroom decor with this Thumbprintz Terminator Shower Curtain.
If you have ever watched Game of Thrones on HBO, you’re probably familiar with Daenerys Targaryen, Mother of Dragons, the Khaleesi herself, played by Emilia Clarke. Word is that she will next be playing a pivotal roll in one of the coolest sci-fi movie franchises ever, Terminator.
A life-size T-800 Terminator is one of those those that I hoped I would never live to see. Thank God this one is made of LEGO pieces and not Skynet parts. Even if he comes to life, so you could just take him apart brick by brick if you had to.
A group of scientists and engineers from the University of Zürich’s Artificial Intelligence Lab has unveiled a robot called Roboy. While their intentions are good, this creepy-looking robot reminds me of an adolescent, hydrocephalic, Terminator sent back in time to destroy mankind.
Terminator fans have seen their share of statues and busts, but I am willing to bet that they have never seen the likes of this T-800 bust. It doesn’t just sit there looking pretty. The eyes glow and it actually moves.
Yep, the US military is set to put the first part of Skynet into motion. The first part of the system that John Connor will need to fight is already in development. The craft is called the X-47B and it has been designed to require no human interaction to carry out its military mission.
This amazing-looking Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Terminator helmet was created by Shawn Thorsson, and it’s hard to believe, but it started off as a papercraft model. I knew that you could do many things with paper, but this has to be one of the most ingenious ways of creating amazing props.