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Awesome new Terminator 2 posters

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Ignoring the fact that Terminator 3 and Terminator: Salvation ever existed, T2 was the latest and greatest of the series.

The combination of groundbreaking special effects and an ending that makes any person with tear ducts weep like a child have ensured that it always remains near the top of any greatest sequels list.

It's also continued to inspire artists to create some snazzy tribute posters, including these two from renowned designers James White (aka: Signalnoise) and Tom Muller (aka: helloMuller) for MysteryBox.

Pretty nice huh?

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