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Predator #5 (of 5)

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Universal acclaim

Based on 3 critic ratings.


It’s the final showdown. The group of humans are officially divided and entangled in the ultimate hunt…against each other. There’s no doubt that it’s going to be a bloodbath, but it’s anyone’s guess as to who will make it out alive, gain possession of the Sandpiper and, ultimately, salvation. But there’s a Predator lurking on the ship, so whoever survives will have to go head-to-head against one of the galaxy’s most deadly hunters. Find out the fate of your favorite characters in the action-packed conclusion to Ed Brisson and Netho Diaz’s “The Preserve” story arc!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Spectacular closure of this arc that makes it clear that the Predators have farms of humans and other beings from other worlds that they have kidnapped for years to train in the arts of hunting, this is just the beginning of Theta’s adventures and his crusade anti predator.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Brisson brings this arc to a beautifully violent and exciting conclusion while leaving the door open for even bigger stories to come. The closed, confined environment of the ship adds to the rising tension and terror of the story and everything comes together for a great final standoff against the Predator on board. I like the pure action, horror and adventure tone of this series and look forward to seeing what comes next.

    The Art: Diaz delivers awesome art throughout the issue. The visuals are fun, brutal and filled with great detail and the imagery does a brilliant job of utilizing the environments to full effect.

  • 80

    The latest arc of Marvel’s new Predator comics comes to a very quick close. After building up the events with major twists and turns, writer Ed Brisson manages to put a bow on things very fast in the final issue, perhaps too fast. Artist Netho Diaz, collaborating with inker Belardino Brabo and colorist Erick Arciniega, deliver some gruesome imagery here, as one might expect from a finale, the kind of gory art that Predator fans dream of seeing. It’s a fast ending, but a satisfying one, and where the path ahead is clearly marked once again.

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