A scientific research team finds an abandoned alien craft deep in the South American jungle, but a group of fascist maniacs intent on a new world order want to use the technology to murder millions. Two aliens step into the fray: Superman, intent on protecting humanity, and the Predator, whose mission is to erase the evidence of his species left behind by a previous hunter. The story is gripping and is a change from the usual 'badguys get whooped by Superman' stories. The alien power-draining virus is a little bit convenient, but in order for the Predator/Superman fight, you'll admit it's necessary. The writers really demonstrate the nature of the honour-bound Predators in the final few scenes. The art is brilliant, particularly in it's portrayal of the ultimate hunter, and manages to capture the essence of the story perfectly. Despite my own dislike for Supes, he and the Predator make for great main characters. Here's hoping for a 'Superman vs Predator II'. Oh, and look out for the bit where a powerless Superman tries to be like Batman and manages to fluff it up completely.