Robert Rodriguez’ 2010 remake-boot-quel kicked off a new run of Dark Horse comics about Predator, which had previously died a death after their ‘90s heyday.
Two one-shot prequels gave us more time with Adrien Brody’s Royce and Laurence Fishburne’s Kurtz-like Noland. Noland’s appearance comes in Welcome to the Jungle, an adventure with a Navy Seal called Drake (it doesn’t go well for Drake: he’s the body they find in the film). Royce’s issue is called A Predatory Life, and shows us his most recent mission before being spacenapped. It turns out he was working for an African dictator trying to quell a rebellion. No conscience, you see.
There was also a sequel comic, Preserve the Game, set a few weeks after the film, with Royce and Isabelle reuniting to take on a four-armed super-Predator. Then there’s a brief motion comic on the DVD too, Crucified, which explains how the captive Predator Royce frees at the camp came to be there.