Theta’s encounter with a Predator on a frozen planet brings her to a startling realisation about who’s hunting and tracking who. It also seems that the Yautja may be keeping a much closer eye on humanity’s expansion across the galaxy than was previously realised…

Ed Brisson’s story continues to be a well told and exciting sci fi action movie on paper, with its far future setting being a unique and welcome change for the standalone Predator franchise. Kev Walker’s nicely stylised and somewhat old school art isn’t plagued by the stiffness and obvious photo referencing of Marvel’s Alien series, which is a huge relief.

It was worth the wait for this much delayed series to finally appear; it’s been a brilliantly written, thrilling story so far – and it ends on another great cliffhanger.

Though I had my concerns when previous license holders Dark Horse Comics had to relinquish control of the Predator comics – given that the franchise had been in their safe hands for thirty years – Marvel have allayed my fears with this first series. I can highly recommend it for fans of the Predator franchise – and hopefully there’ll be more to come after this first story reaches its conclusion.

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