We've got another JMS announcement. The author is teaming up with Pete Woods to work on a new 12 part Terminator miniseries entitled The Final Battle. The series will be set in the "Salvation" era of the Terminator franchise and will examine the John Conner rebellion from Skynet's perspective.
Now that JMS has announced yet another upcoming series, we're convinced that he must be employing some sort of complex bamboozling scheme on various industries. Between Ten Grand, Sidekick, Twilight Zone, Dream Police, Book of Lost Souls, Superman: Earth One, Alone, Protectors, Inc. and now Terminator: The Final Battle, there's just no way he can handle all these titles If he's somehow able to write the half dozen or so series he's working on, I'll eat my hat.
So in that spirit, we're proud to announce the JMS Droppool, in which our writing staff will bet on which project he drops mid-arc first. Each writer will pick one of his current projects, and the writer with the project that JMS passes off first wins a beer or something. Stay tuned for our coverage of the JMS Droppool draft, which will take place after we make sure that he doesn't have any other announcements up his sleeve.
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