|Predator: The Pride at Nghasa|
|Written by||Chuck Dixon|
|Illustrated by||Enrique Alcatena|
|Colored by||Chris Chalenor|
|Cover(s) by||Derek Thompson (DHC #12)|
|Edited by|| Bob Cooper|
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Release date(s)||May-Aug 1993|
|Preceded by||Predator: Race War (short story)|
|Concurrent|| Predator: Race War (series)|
Predator: Bad Blood (short story)
|Followed by|| Predator: The Hunted City|
Predator: Bad Blood (series)
Predator: The Pride at Nghasa is a three-part comic book short story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in the company's self-titled anthology series Dark Horse Comics #10-12, from May-August 1993. It was written by Chuck Dixon, illustrated by Enrique Alcatena, colored by Chris Chalenor and edited by Bob Cooper, Jerry Prosser and Dick Hansom. Issue #12 of Dark Horse Comics also featured a Predator cover by Derek Thompson.
In the Predator comics line, Predator: The Pride at Nghasa was preceded by Predator: Race War (short story), published concurrently with Predator: Race War (series) and Predator: Bad Blood (short story), and was followed by Predator: The Hunted City and Predator: Bad Blood (series).
Kenya, Late August, 1936. A series of night attacks decimate the workers during the building of a new railroad, prompting a famous hunter, two park rangers and their African assistant to track down and fight what the locals call a 'demon of the forest' that is said to appear only when the 'hunting star' crosses the sky.
Predator: The Pride at Nghasa was later collected together with Predator: Rite of Passage in the Dark Horse Classics special Dark Horse Classics - Predator: Jungle Tales, published in March 1993. The story was then collected again as part of Predator Omnibus: Volume 1 in August 2007.
The comic was released digitally through Dark Horse Digital on February 13, 2013, again collected with Predator: Rite of Passage and reusing Val Mayerik's cover art from Dark Horse Classics - Predator: Jungle Tales.
Behind the ScenesEdit
Well-known comics writer Chuck Dixon is perhaps best known for his work with Batman during his run as writer on DC's Detective Comics. He has worked extensively with various other characters for Marvel, DC and other companies throughout his career.