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Been a Green Lantern (Hal Jordan Green Lantern fan) for over twenty years and had never ever thought that Predator may of had something to do with Hal's evolution into Parallax. That really makes me think thanks for the insight.
Of coarse that is a little understandable, I was angry over Mongul and Hank Henshaw and their destruction of Coast City, I was especially angry at Hal's snapping and then some would be washed out artist just being handed the ring...Not really a big fan of Kyle's
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quote: Originally posted by Bored at 3:00AM
The Predator has never been seen again, although an army of Predator-like demons was seen on Qward in the Anti-Matter Universe.
I got a stack of comics as a gift not too long ago, mostly back issues, and one of them Superboy and the Ravers #16 (hey, the person who got the comics for me new I liked Superboy) has Predator in it, or if what you say is true, one of them, although the dialogue from one of the characters made it sound like it was the one from previous stories, but then again, since I'm not really familiar with the character at all, I could be wrong.
BY Bored at 3:00AM
I could be wrong. I haven't read that Superboy story, what happened in it?
I'm not really familiar with most of the books cast, but here goes, The Predator shows up apparently juming out from the afterlife, using the character Half-Life (who's body is a mix of his human body and ecto-plasm, so, for example, part of his face is flesh and blood, the other part is just his skull surrounded by green stuff) as a gateway (Blame a mystic ceremony and Klarion Witch Boy), and is pretty much composed of ectoplasm himsef, for lack of any proper body. His look sort of reminded me of a Kree Warrior, truthfully. Anyway, upon his arrival, Kalibur, who's apparently Qwardian himself (and a misft at that, since he's more of the "honorable warior" type, compared to the rest of the planets "kill and conquer all!" type) pretty much freaks out (his exact words are "That Voice! Everyone on my world knows that voice from their blackest nightmares! It is a foot soldier from the deepest pits of Qward's hell! A demon called the Predator!", the same panel also has an asterik reference to Green Lanter issues #41-#42) although he isn't scared witless, as he does try and attack him (as useless as that is, he's not really solid after all), and in the end Half-Life and the current wearer of the "H for Hero" belt (using a mystic setting) banish him from their plane of existence, presumably back from whence he came, although apparently the next issue takes place on Qward, so for all I know he may come back, or they may end up fighting a platoon of them.