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This issue boasts an all-new Predator story written by John Arcudi and illustrated by Rob Walton. It's just a small taste of the forthcoming Predator series to be written by Arcudi and illustrated by Evan Dorkin. Also in this issue, Ron Harris' Crash Ryan winds up his battle with the Air Pirates, and Eddie Campbell returns with an all-new Bacchus adventure.

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  • Predator - A retired lawman tells the story to his grandson about how he survived a close encounter with a Predator while chasing a fugitive through the Florida Everglades
  • Bacchus - "Defining the Divine" - Bacchus tells the tale of an occasion in which he escaped a town's retribution after leading a group of its womenfolk astray and frees them of their inhibitions.
  • Crash Ryan
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Dark Horse Presents #46 0

The cover is awesome, Dorman and Haines did a great work.Predator'Ain't Much Sport In It'It's a cool idea of the hunters becoming hunted and the concept of so-called sport in such activities suits such creature/entity/character as Predator very well. The black-and-white Everglades look beautiful here, the characters despite the shortness of the story feel very real and at least two of them have personality and even some pre-history. I liked it. Crash Ryan'We traded big tyrants for petty ones'The...

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