Predator; Nestrobber; Paleolove; Alec last edited by pikahyper on 06/23/18 05:07AM View full history

Meet Cross: outlaw, freelance avenger, and, when the situation calls for it, professional killer. He's just the kind of person the Predators might take an interest in -- which is why the government's Predator Task Force wants him! Next month Predator: Race War debuts as a four-issue color miniseries. Story by novelist Andrew Vachss (Hard Looks), adapted by Randy Stradley (Aliens vs. Predator) and artists Jordan Raskin and John Beatty (Punisher). Also: Jo Duffy and Maya Sakamoto's Nestrobber preview concludes, and the heroine of Gary Davis' "Paleolove" seeks a love potion from Mudwike, the dwarf. Painted cover by Ray Lago (Hellraiser).


  • Predator: Race War - Part 3 (of 3)
  • Nestrobber: "Survival Skills"
  • Paleolove - Part 2
  • Alec - "An Old Australian Yarn"


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Dark Horse Presents #69 0

Predator: Race War ~ Part ThreeIn the previous installment of this preview series the authors were exploring a human nature and a matter of life and death and what drives some people to take someone's life while building up Predator as a cold calculated hunter in the process. In this part, the final part before Race War becomes its own standalone miniseries, they decided to build up the human opponent to that Predator - Cross. The story is being told in a form of a report file of Predator Task F...

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