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Predator: God's Truth

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Cover to Dark Horse Presents 46 by Dave Dorman

Predator: God's Truth was a short comic book story published by Dark Horse Comics in Dark Horse Presents #46 in December 1990. The story was written by John Arcudi, drawn by Rob Walton and inked by Armando Gil. The issue was edited by Randy Stradley and featured a Predator cover by painter Dave Dorman.

The story was eventually collected in Predator Omnibus: Volume 2 in February 2008.

In the Predator comics line, Predator: God's Truth was followed by the adaptation of Predator 2 (Feb.-June 1991), and Predator: Big Game (March-June 1991).


A Predator hunts an escaped prisoner and the three guards sent after him in the Florida Everglades.

Behind the ScenesEdit

God's Truth was the first published Predator story for writer John Arcudi, released in anticipation of what would become the exceptionally well-received Arcudi-penned full-fledged miniseries Predator: Big Game in the following months.

Arcudi--who also served as the first writer on Dark Horse's popular The Mask and at the time had just written Dark Horse's first Terminator miniseries--would go on to become one of the most prolific Aliens, Predator or AVP writers, writing numerous stories for all three lines.

In 2009, Arcudi was chosen as writer for the relaunch of both the Aliens and Predator series after a ten-year hiatus. He wa also slated to write the new AVP story Three World War, but was unable to do so and so was replaced by writer/editor Randy Stradley.

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