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Predator #2 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 9 critic ratings.

Theta crash-lands on a tundra planet, and her odds of surviving are looking slim!

Her only hope is to trek through the wilds to the nearest outpost.

But the cold isn’t the only thing she has to worry about… as a Predator watches in the shadow, ready to strike!

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23 pages
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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

  • 88

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    PREDATOR #2 does a good job building on the character development that filled the latter half of PREDATOR #1. So far the underlying premise of the series is a monster hunter-type adventure. But emotional moments like Theta’s concern for Sandy make her interesting in her own right.

  • 85

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Brisson crafts an entertaining, tension filled story in this issue. Theta’s story continues to be compelling and interesting. Her obsession leads to some interesting dramatic choices for the character and I continue to be impressed with the character’s journey and personality. I really enjoyed the tension throughout the story and the cliffhanger at the end of the issue is perfectly executed.

    The Art: Walker delivers gritty, brutal and beautifully detailed art in the issue. The atmosphere of the story and the darkness of it is brilliantly illustrated in the story.

  • 85


    Predator #2 pulls back a bit to show how tough Theta is and how harsh the world is around her. She’s up against a lot, but through determination and a never-give-up attitude, she’s a hero you can get behind. Now, if she can survive what comes next with her back against the wall, she’ll be tough as nails.

  • 80

    But Why Tho?

    Predator #2 is a master class in building tension, as its protagonist fights to find supplies and survive in an icy wasteland of a planet. The next issue promises to deliver on the Predator fight that’s usually associated with the franchise. The question is: who will walk away?

  • 80

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Predator #2 (2022) builds out Theta’s credibility as a capable warrior. Strangely, there’s almost no Predator activity in this issue, so you could argue the book is all set up, but the character-building does its job to prepare readers for the challenge to come with solid writing and beautiful art.

  • 70

    Formula can be both boon and burden, and any comic book titled Predator informs readers what patterns they ought to expect. Some familiarity goes a long way as tension inevitably builds as only the slightest hint is necessary to see what lies ahead. However, Theta remains compelling in her own right as her struggle for survival and philosophy born of that are displayed. Her role as a striking protagonist makes the staging of future action all the more exciting as much of this issue is given to frozen tundra and dull industrial tunnels with only a brief smattering of action to catch the eye. It’s a fine connecting installment, but anyone familiar with the formula knows this is all set up for a punchline in Predator #3 next month.

  • 66

    Comic Watch

    I was not as enthralled as I was last issue and Im hoping for so much more next time to ensure the pacing is ramped back up to the quality of the previous instalment.

  • 40

    Impulse Gamer

    It is by no means the worst thing I have seen with Predator in it, but after the recent prequel Prey (2022) anything else in the same setting is going to have to do more work for people to notice it.

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