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Predator backstory Loot — that’s fun to say out loud — came to Hulu on Friday (and Disney Plus Star outside the US), taking the iconic sci-fi series back to 1719. It pits one of the alien hunters against the nation’s tribesmen Comanche as Naru (Amber Midthunder), and is absolutely excellent.

“This is the best Predator movie we’ve had since the original, with a well-developed character (and her excellent dog), a rich cultural background, and a clever use of an iconic movie monster,” I wrote in my CNET review.

It builds to a memorable ending, hints at what happened next in its beautiful animated credits sequences, and includes a great reference to the 1990s Predator 2. Let’s dive in – but be warned: these things will turn you into SPOILER A tyrannosaurus, just like me.

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We can kill him

After seeing her fellow warriors of the Comanche Nation and deeply unpleasant French poachers slaughtered by the Predator, Naru lures the beast into a trap in the dark forest. She kills him using a combination of her knowledge of the environment, the weapons she’s collected (including a familiar flintlock pistol engraved “Raphael Adolini 1715” — more on that later), and the Predator’s own technology.

Covered in the alien’s pale green blood, she carries his decapitated head back to camp and is revered as a hunter by her tribe. This echoes the sequence where her brother Taabe (Dakota Beavers) does this to the lion earlier in the film after she fails. By killing the Predator that took Taabe’s life, Naru proved that he was the tribe’s biggest badass.

And they all lived happily ever after. Except…

The Predator’s Revenge?

We get a great animated recap of the film’s events in the first part of the credits, with one added wrinkle. The final image shifts to show a Predator ship emerging from storm clouds above Naru’s camp, signifying that the aliens have attacked again. Which doesn’t look sporting for the Predators — you lost guys, go home.

A predator crouched in the background while Naru hides behind a tree in Prey

Naru may have faced the Predators again.

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It’s not clear how these events unfolded – perhaps we’ll find out in a sequel at some point – or when they happened. It’s possible that they left Naru in peace, and the image is a metaphor for a later hunt involving humans, as the original Predator and its sequels reveal that the aliens are somehow obsessed with fighting us.

This may be wishful thinking, however, as the flintlock gun Naru receives from murdered French poacher Raphael (Bennett Taylor) offers us a clue. It’s on her belt when she returns to camp, but fans will know that it appears later in the series.

Raphael Adolini 1715

In Predator 2, set in 1997, LAPD Lt. Mike Harrigan (Danny Glover) and the main Predator – known as the City Hunter – battle aboard one of the aliens’ ships. After the human’s triumph, a group of other Predators reveal themselves and appear ready to kill him.

Instead, one of them throws him a gift – Raphael’s 282-year-old flintlock pistol.

“Take it,” the Predator snarls at a stunned Harrigan.

At the very least, it proves that the Predators have that gun back at some point in the coming years. They could kill Naru (since the image in the captions suggests they attacked her again), ally with her (humans are taken in by the Predators in the Alien vs. Predator comics and the 2004 movie), or just bring him back , after she died.

Prey apparently supersedes the events of the 1996 Predator: 1718 comic, in which one of the aliens teams up with a pirate captain to fight his mutinous crew. The movie’s Raphael, the only one of the French poachers who doesn’t act like a complete scumbag, is probably the one whose name is engraved on the weapon.

The comics Alien vs. Predator were originally published by Dark Horse, but the license was transferred to Marvel after parent company Disney grabbed the rights to Alien and Predator after its acquisition by Fox in 2019. They are not currently available to read digitally, but Marvel may reissue them as they did with Dark Horse’s Star Wars comics.

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