Predator; Alec; Paleolove; Nestrobber last edited by pikahyper on 06/22/18 11:31AM View full history

Part two of the three-part introduction to "Predator: Race War," a government-sanctioned task force is tracking Predator activity across the globe, and they've come to one conclusion: You have to hire a killer to find a killer. Story by novelist Andrew Vachss (Hard Looks), adapted by Randy Stradley (Aliens vs. Predator) and artists Jordan Raskin and John Beatty (Punisher). Also: "Swimming Lessons," by Jo Duffy and Maya Sakamoto -- a tie-in to their self-published Nestrobber series; prehistoric adventure in "Paleolove," by Gary Davis; and, from Eddie Campbell, sly looks at modern life! Painted cover by Ray Lago (Hellraiser).


  • Predator: Race War - Part 2
  • Alec - Nullarbor Nymph. Ah Kids, Don't Ya Just Love 'em
  • Nestrobber - "Swimming Lessons"
  • Paleolove - Part 1


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Predator: Race War ~ Part TwoPretty interesting format of telling a story about a Predator that I didn't quite catch at first while reading 'Part One'. Story in this issue consists of two segments: the first segment tells about what murder is to 'casual thugs', if you will, on the streets and in the jail and the second one is showing how investigators try to figure out who is behind all of these brutal killings and why it isn't rapist trying to claim them as his. In all of these things the Preda...

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