Predator: No Beast So Fierce is a comic book short story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in the anthology series Dark Horse Presents, Vol. 1 #119, in March 1997. Published in black and white, the story was written by Mike W. Barr, illustrated by Scott Kolins, inked by Dan Schaefer, lettered by Sean Konot and edited by Bob Schreck.
In pursuit of an evil of a different kind, a mismatched band of hunters set out on a trek in the jungle. But are they prepared to meet a Predator and face judgment under his code of honor? The games come courtesy of Mike W. Barr, Scott Kolins, and Dan Schaefer.
A rich widow hires a group of hunters to slay the man-eating tiger that slew her husband. The group is itself hunted and killed by a Predator, who then fights the lion.
The comic was released digitally through Dark Horse Digital on May 15, 2013, collected with Predator: Bump in the Night and Predator: Demon's Gold and reusing Chris Warner's cover art from Predator: Big Game #4, recolored by Dan Jackson.
Behind the Scenes
No Beast So Fierce is notably one of four black and white Predator comics that have never been reprinted in color, the others being Predator: God's Truth, Predator: Bump in the Night and Predator: Demon's Gold. In fact, the only black and white Predator comic story that has ever been reissued in color is the Predator: Race War short story, which was colored when it was complied as issue 0 of the Race War series.
- The comic's title is taken from a quote in William Shakespeare's Richard III: "No beast so fierce but knows some touch of pity. But I know none, and therefore am no beast."