Predator Omnibus brings alien hunters to New York, Siberia
The Mark Verheiden-written “Predator” comics trilogy is reprinted in the first “Predator Omnibus” from Dark Horse, along with some other early “Predator” comics from the publisher.
“Concrete Jungle” – printed in comics as simply the first “Predator” miniseries – is a sequel to the film “Predator,” in which Detective Schaefer, brother of “Dutch” Schaefer from the film, faces off against Predators in NYC.
Schaefer’s partner Detective Rasche isn’t as gung-ho or buff as Schaefer, but his loyalty is key to Schaefer’s battle. Over the course of the comic, Schaefer faces off with a Colombian drug lord and has conflicts with the government, who want to hand him over to the Predators.
General Philips is the only character from the film to also appear in the comic.
Chris Warner and Ron Randall provide the art. This series likely provided the inspiration for “Predator 2.”
In “Cold War,” the Predators have landed in Siberia – probably by mistake, since the creatures seem to hate the cold.
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