Oh, wow. Arcudi doesn’t even give the story an ending, he just lets it whimper off.
I mean, it’s a terrible, terrible narrative. Apparently, they didn’t realize if they’re only going to have two recognizable characters, everyone else is going to fall to the wayside.
The comic’s politics are interesting. The mercenaries are the heroes, the U.S. army is a bunch of drunken morons. I wonder if Blackwater underwrote the comic (Predator is owned by Rupert Murdoch, so who knows).
Walden Wong’s back and he’s awful. The comic’s so intolerable at that point, however, what does it matter if it looks like crap. Maybe they’re going for it just being as bad as it can be, since there’s no way this team is going to turn in anything good.
It’s so infantile, so dumb. It’s silly. It’s like a Saturday morning cartoon version of Predator, only less gritty.
Writer, John Arcudi; penciller, Javier Saltares; inkers, Saltares and Walden Wong; colorist, Wes Dzioba; letterer, Blambot!; editor, Samantha Robertson and Chris Warner; publisher, Dark Horse Comics.