Predators #4

Predators #4

Writer: Marc Andreyko, David Lapham Artist: Paul Lee Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: June 30, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Traps are set off and new Predators enter the fray in the blood-drenched conclusion: the set-up for Robert Rodriguez's reboot of the Predator film series!

Next month the story continues in the official movie adaptation written by Paul Tobin (Spider-Man and the Secret Wars), and the film's sequel, written by David Lapham!

  • 6.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 30, 2010

    Dark Horse's Predators prequel goes out as in much the same fashion as it lived. It remains an enjoyable, if unspectacular, glimpse into the life of Drake both before and during his imprisonment in the alien jungle. Marc Andreyko's tale is fun and by far the most action-oriented chapter. The Predators finally emerge in full force. I am rather perplexed by the "What a twist!" ending though, and rather curious to see how this tale is supposed to fit within the framework of the movie. The art is also very lackluster with its lack of depth and poor ink work. David Lapham's tale, meanwhile, ends on a high note. If it doesn't manage to establish Drake as a likable character, at least it offers a powerfully grim finish. The art is once again much stronger in this half as well. Part of me wishes Dark Horse had geared the prequel more in Lapham's line of thinking, with multiple flashback tales depicting the exploits of the movie's greater cast. Still, I'm reasonably happy with what the publishe Read Full Review

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