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Dark Horse Presents Issue 35 December 1989 Features Predator & Other stories Comic – 1989


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Name Predator; Heartbreakers; A Tough Nut To Crack Volume Dark Horse Presents Issue Number 35 Cover Date December 1, 1989 Bursting out from the pages of their best-selling mini-series, the Predator's hunt continues as chronicled by Randy Stradley and Chris Warner! It's a lead-up to the biggest surprise project Dark Horse has planned for the upcoming year! Also included in this issue is another tale of human drama and humor starring Paul Chadwick's Concrete, as well as the debut of The Heartbreakers by Paul Guinan and Anina Bennet--action, excitement, and deadly clones in the 21st century! All of this adds up to another issue that is not to be missed! Chapters Predator - a leadership struggle plays out among a crew of Predators, while elsewhere two men discuss the benefits and shortcomings of technology's role in society. Heartbreakers - "Only Angels Have Wings" A Tough Nut to Crack - A free-thinking Arab scholar tells a tale to a plus Mullah about an encounter in the desert with a vengeful Ifrit and a forgotten per-human city.

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