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Predator #4 (of 6)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Theta’s in danger as two Predators have her cornered! It’s life or death as Theta goes head-to-head in an all-out dogfight!

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B9QXWC3L

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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Intense and fast-paced episode full of chases and fights where Theta's hunt is turning into a nightmare as she is targeted by several Predators. Art They have many textures and are organic, which makes them very dynamic.
  • 90

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Predator #4 takes a solid series and steps up the pacing and action for a thrilling issue. Rather than replace storytelling with mindless action, the action moves the plot forward and reveals new information about the effect of Theta's hunt on the Predator race. This is an excellent issue that should please OG Predator fans.
  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Brisson crafts a thrilling and entertaining ride in this issue. The story continues to be compelling and its personal elements make it an intriguing read that keeps me engaged with every twist and turn the plot takes. I love that Theta isn’t a perfect warrior and that the end of the issue adds a complication to her story that makes me excited to see where it goes next. The Art: Walker delivers some beautiful art throughout the issue. The visuals beautifully capture the tension, terror and action of the story.
  • 80

    BGCP

    The Predator franchise has been tweaked and adapted so many times over the years that it’s honestly difficult to do much that feels fresh at this point. However, while there are obviously some familiar tropes at play here, Brisson, Walker and the team do a fantastic job of injecting this series with an authenticity and enthusiasm that keeps the pages turning and the reader engrossed from start to finish. Highly recommended.
  • 80

    But Why Tho?

    Predator #4 is a prime slice of Yautja action from beginning to end. It's also a reminder that it's a great time to be a Predator fan; between the comics andPrey, there's plenty of bloody action for fans of the franchise to enjoy.
  • 80

    Big Comic Page

    The Predator franchise has been tweaked and adapted so many times over the years that it's honestly difficult to do much that feels fresh at this point. However, while there are obviously some familiar tropes at play here, Brisson, Walker and the team do a fantastic job of injecting this series with an authenticity and enthusiasm that keeps the pages turning and the reader engrossed from start to finish. Highly recommended.
  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    The plotting of Predator becomes evident as the tracks between each new action sequence are dictated by convenient readings of their titular antagonists and neatly staged set-ups. It reminds readers that depth is not the goal. Killer action sequences featuring fearsome alien armor absolutely are the goal of Predator #4, and Kev Walker succeeds in delivering some frightening designs and a few pages of high-contrast action. While the stakes revolving around any singular Predator have been dramatically diminished in the course of this story, the impressive aesthetics surrounding the creatures remain a potent force unto themselves. The action throughout this issue is rock solid and the plotting at least provides a clear enough course to link those various sequences together.

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