Predator Returns to the Jungle for Predator Hunters III at Dark Horse in February

Predator is returning to this jungle in February, but they don’t have fun and games there. Instead, in this new series by Chris Warner, Brian Thies, and Wes Dzoiba, Predators are killing cartel soldiers in the jungles of Central America, which is bad news for Raphael Herrera, a character from Dark Horse’s first Predator series from 1987. The first issue of Predator Hunters III is set to hit stores on February 5th, and you can see more details in the press release below:

The Predator Legacy Continues with a New Series From Dark Horse Comics

MILWAUKIE, Ore. (November 13, 2019) — Chris Warner (Predator Hunters, Barb Wire), along with artist Brian Thies (Predator: Life and Death, Star Wars: Legacy), and colorist Wes Dzoiba (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Comic, Aliens vs. Predator: Three World War) crafts the next chapter in the Predator Hunters story with Predator Hunters III.

Continuing the story started in the first Predator Hunters series, with story ties that link back to Dark Horse’s first Predator series from 1987, Predator Hunters III kicks off with former drug runner Raphael Herrera’s worst nightmare reborn. After the fateful night when his men were wiped out by an unearthly monster, Herrera joined up with the Predator Hunters team. Now, years later, cartel soldiers are being wiped out in the jungles of Central America, telling Herrera the Predators have returned!

Predator Hunters III #1 (of four) goes on sale February 5, 2020, and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop.

Predator Returns to the Jungle for Predator: Hunters III at Dark Horse in February

Predator Returns to the Jungle for Predator: Hunters III at Dark Horse in February

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