Zoo-Lou vs. Editor / An Accidental Death / Nestrobber / Predator; Alec / The Selfish Giant last edited by jazz1987 on 11/15/18 06:45AM View full history

Beginning in this double-sized issue: Part 1 of a three-part lead-in to the upcoming miniseries, Predator: Race War. Story by novelist Andrew Vachss (Hard Looks), adapted by Randy Stradley (Aliens vs. Predator) and artists Jordan Raskin and John Beatty (Punisher). Also in this issue: the tragic conclusion to "An Accidental Death," by Ed Brubaker and Eric Shanower; "The Selfish Giant" (based on the Oscar Wilde short story) by P. Craig Russell; "Money For Nothing," by Jo Duffy and Maya Sakamoto; and, from Rich Hedden and Tom McWeeney's Roachmill, the wacky, behind-the-scenes-at-Dark-Horse exposé: "Zoo-Lou vs. Editor"! Cover by Ray Lago (Hellraiser).


  • Zoo-Lou vs. Editor - Parts 1 & 2
  • An Accidental Death - Part 3 (of 3)
  • Nestrobber: "Money for Nothing"
  • Predator: Race War - Part 1
  • Alec - "A Pub Far Away"
  • Oscar Wilde's "The Selfish Giant"




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Zoo-Lou vs. EditorIt was a fun meaningless mess of a story. So it was everything it promised to be. It's okay for filling up pages and for providing different tones of content in an anthology but besides that, it doesn't hold any weight at all. An Accidental Death ~ Part ThreeThat's the final part of 'An Accidental Death' story. The conclusion was pretty logical, it wasn't presented as a big mystery before revealing so it wasn't a surprise after revealing. The art by Shanower is simply amazing...

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