Predator: Hell & Hot Water

    (Dark Horse, 1997)
ô and ©1987, 1997 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

A Predator space ship landed in the waters off Chile, signaling the arrival of yet another of the alien hunters on a deadly rampage. This time, it seemed, mankind had gotten a break. The landing was observed by a group of fishermen, and a special crew of underwater fighters was dispatched to kill the Predator before it could begin a hunt of its own. Whatís more, the Predatorís cloaking devices do not work underwater, and the human fighters had devised a way to track the Predators through the unique energy signature emitted by their helmets. So what could go wrong?

The grisly answer is found in this three-issue mini-series, written by Mark Schultz (Cadillacs and Dinosaurs) and drawn by master artist Gene Colan (Tomb of Dracula) using heavy pencils instead of traditional inked artwork.

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#1

  4/1/1997
  $2.95
  $3.25
7 copies available from $1.17
Uninked pencilsMark SchultzGene Colan

#2

  5/1/1997
  $2.95
  $2.95
5 copies available from $2.23
Uninked pencilsMark SchultzGene Colan

#3

  6/1/1997
  $2.95
  $2.75
4 copies available from $1.17
Uninked pencilsMark SchultzGene Colan

Book #1

  2/1/1998
  $9.95
  $14.50
No copies available
Collects 3 issue mini-seriesMark SchultzGene Colan