It’s a battle for the ages in ‘Predator vs. Wolverine’

X marks the spot as The Predator hunts a very lethal target in the upcoming crossover from Marvel.

Claws will be poppin’ in the new miniseries Predator vs. Wolverine, which brings 20th Century Fox’s Yautja into the Marvel universe to hunt Wolverine.

This is the only logical reason for Disney buying 20th Century Fox, so that this story could exist.

Writer Benjamin Percy will be joined by multiple artists on the project, including Greg Land, Andrea Di Vito, Ken Lashley and Kei Zama, as a Predator hunts the former Weapon X across Canada, Madripoor and more in a decade-spanning story.

“The mythologies of both are ingrained in me so deeply they might as well be strands of DNA or wisps of soul,” Percy told “The guns, claws, beef and blood of both franchises have been stewing in my brain since 1987, when I read myself to sleep every night with a stack of Marvel comics and my friends and I used to play ‘Predator’ with Nerf guns in the woods and river near our neighborhood.”

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Captain Flag means business in this preview of ‘World of Betty and Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest’ #26

Check out an exclusive preview of two new stories coming in next week’s digest from Archie Comics.

Courtesy of Archie Comics, we’re happy to present a preview of two new stories from World of Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #26, which comes out June 14.

In the first story, Betty, Veronica, Kumi and Eliza Han, the new character created by Tee Franklin last year, face a camping crisis — and only Inferno the Fire Breather can help. Bill Golliher, Rex Lindsey and Glenn Whitmore channel The Doors in “Light My Fire.”

And in the second, Archie and the Superteens get an invite to the annual Crusader Cookout, where Captain Flag schools them on the proper way to display the American flag. Ian Flynn, Steven Butler, Jim Amash, Whitmore and Jack Morelli give us a patriotic lesson just in time for the July 4th holiday.

Check out both previews below, along with a complete classic Archie story by Golliher and Rudy Lapick.

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