Arnold Schwarzenegger Comic: The Terminator in Olympus

Arnold Schwarzenegger Comic The Terminator in Olympus

Greek God Hermes rushes to Athena to alert her that the Terminator is after her

Arnold Schwarzenegger with the Olympian Gods at Mount Olympus enjoying a spa

Arnold Schwarzenegger Comic: The Terminator

This Arnold Schwarzenegger comic about The Terminator pays tribute to the classic film that has spawned many sequels.

In this Arnold Schwarzenegger comic, you get to see how the Greek God Hermes reacts to the surprise arrival of the Terminator to Mount Olympus. But now, let’s consider how the story could have unfolded if the Terminator truly did make it to Mount Olympus.

The Terminator would arrive in Mount Olympus and immediately set out to locate Zeus, the king of the Gods. But instead of being met with fear and intimidation, the Terminator found himself facing a group of Goddesses who were more interested in his “metallic physique” than his mission.

Aphrodite, the Goddess of love and beauty, fluttered her eyelashes at the Terminator and offered to give him a makeover with some divine beauty products.

Athena, the Goddess of wisdom and war, challenged him to a game of chess to test his strategic abilities – a bizarre Greek myth chess game similar to the one shown in this AI comic.

Even Hera, the queen of the Gods, couldn’t resist making a snarky comment about the Terminator.

Despite his mission to track down Zeus, the Terminator found himself caught up in a whirlwind of flirtation and frivolity with the Goddesses of Mount Olympus. In the end, he’d leave without completing his task, but with a newfound fondness for the quirky, drama-filled world of the Greek Gods and Goddesses.

Zeus had a good chuckle after he found out the Terminator had been distracted by the divine Goddesses and vowed to never let the machines take over Olympus.

Arnold Schwarzenegger: Is he a Greek God?

Could it be that Arnold Schwarzenegger is a God of Strength and Fitness? After all, he is known for his legendary muscles and iconic catchphrases like “I’ll be back” and “Hasta la vista, baby.”

Perhaps he’s a deity of Bodybuilding, inspiring mortals to sculpt their bodies and strive for peak physical performance just like he did in his Mr. Olympia days.

What about a Demigod of Action Movies? Schwarzenegger is great at wielding a mighty sword (or machine gun) and battling villains with his impressive physical prowess and one-liners.

Or maybe Arnold Schwarzenegger is some kind of Terminator, with the ability to travel through time and protect humanity from evil robots sent from the future.

Unbelievably, Arnod has even had a little side gig as the Governator, flexing his muscles and wielding his thick accent as he ruled over California with an iron fist and some killer policies.

Overall, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s larger-than-life persona and epic career could easily earn him a place among the legendary figures of Greek mythology!

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Mr. Olympia

Arnold Schwarzenegger is known as the king of bodybuilding for a reason – he won the prestigious Mr. Olympia title a whopping seven times!

But did you know that Arnold’s secret to success wasn’t just pumping iron and eating protein shakes? Nope, the real key to his Olympia victories was his secret weapon – a pair of lucky pink booty shorts.

Yep, you heard that right. Arnold would slip on those bad boys before hitting the stage, and the sight of those glorious pink cheeks bouncing around distracted his competitors, giving him the edge he needed to snatch that Olympia title.

Oh, and here’s another juicy tidbit for you: Arnold’s famous catchphrase “I’ll be back” wasn’t just a line from a movie – it was actually what he would tell his competitors after dominating them on stage. They would beg him to give them a chance to win next year, and Arnold would just smirk and purr, “I’ll be back” before strutting off to pump some more iron.

So there you have it – Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Olympia victories were fueled by lucky pink booty shorts and a killer catchphrase. Who knew bodybuilding could be so fabulous and fierce?

Arnold Schwarzenegger versus Donald Trump

One of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s biggest rivals is Donald Trump. The two heavyweight titans have been locked in a never-ending rivalry for the ages. It’s the battle of the muscle-bound action hero versus the business tycoon-turned-president – a clash of egos that could make Mount Olympus itself shake in its sandals.

Their most infamous showdown came when Schwarzenegger took over as host of the hit reality TV show, The Apprentice, after Trump’s foray into politics left a power vacuum in the boardroom. The Terminator himself stepped up to the plate, ready to show the world that he could run a business empire just as well as he could pump iron.

But Trump, never one to back down from a challenge, couldn’t resist inserting himself into the fray. He couldn’t resist taking to Twitter to throw shade at Schwarzenegger’s performance, claiming that the ratings were tanking because the former Governor of California didn’t have the “it” factor to keep the show afloat.

Schwarzenegger, never one to be outdone, fired back with his own brand of Austrian-accented sass, telling Trump to focus on running the country and let him handle the ratings. It was a war of words, with both men flexing their muscles in a battle of wits and wills.

You can also see a Donald Trump comic in the Gods and Mortals comic series on this site. Is the Arnold Schwarzenegger comic is funnier than the Donald Trump comic?

Hercules in New York (1969)

Once upon a time, before Arnold Schwarzenegger became the Terminator or the Governator, he starred in a little-known gem of a film called “Hercules in New York.” Okay, it has dated extremely badly, but if you haven’t seen it, it’s worth checking out!

This cinematic dog of a movie tells the story of Hercules, the mighty Greek demigod, who travels from Mount Olympus to the bustling streets of New York City.

Armed with his superhuman strength and hilariously thick Austrian accent, Hercules quickly realizes that fitting in with the modern world is no easy task. From getting into bar fights with gangsters to entering a bodybuilding competition, Hercules finds himself in one ridiculous situation after another.

But fear not, for Hercules is a hero through and through, using his brute strength and charm to win over the hearts of New Yorkers and defeat any villain foolish enough to challenge him.

With a mix of cheesy special effects, over-the-top fight scenes, and Schwarzenegger’s deadpan delivery of lines like “I have the strange feeling I don’t belong here,” Hercules in New York is still a must-see for fans of campy cult classics.

Hercules in New York is worth watching just to see one scene – the impressive chariot ride on the wide street in the Big Apple!

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Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator in Olympus Comic Strip