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Predator #3 (of 6)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

Theta is ambushed by a Predator!

But is this the Predator that she’s been tracking all these years?

And without her weaponry, is she prepared to take it on one-on-one?

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Kindle Edition
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23 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

  • 90

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: A taut, thrilling and exciting story from Brisson that does a great job of showcasing the tenacity of the character while also showing the consequences of her mission. I love the tone of the story and how Theta evolves as a character. I enjoyed the tension in the story a lot and there are some great action moments throughout the issue. The cliffhanger ending makes me excited to read what comes next.

    The Art: Walker delivers some beautifully detailed and stylish art throughout the issue. The character designs are great and the action is visually thrilling.

  • 90

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Predator #3 turns the series in the right direction by bringing a lengthy Predator battle into the mix, forcing Theta to survive, and introducing a revelation that could change the course of Theta’s revenge quest. The art is grounded and hard-hitting, and the ending creates a moral dilemma with uncertain consequences for the future.

  • 80


    Predator #3 is an entertaining read, opening with action and keeping the intensity up as the clock is ticking. Theta is an intriguing character you’ll root for while multiple threats come crashing down right on top of her.

  • 80

    There is an inherent risk in telling the story of a Predator hunting human in that it can serve to make the fearsome Predator figure of film far less frightening. Predator #3 manages to elide that problem by never providing its protagonist the upperhand in a fight that plays out with ferocity in Kev Walker’s pencil work, but only delivers Theta a victory due to her ingenuity and quick thinking. It’s also a turn that delivers the series best splash to date. Each step forward feels a bit more difficult given the oppressive elements displayed on this planet and the clear wear and tear across the setting and figures. It’s a rough life and readers don’t forget that, especially when there’s yet another out of the frying pan and into the fire sort of cliffhanger. Predator remains a thrilling comics update to a familiar franchise.

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