A brand-new anthology from a diverse lineup of authors, offering taut and dramatic exclusive tales set on Earth and in dark reaches of space, featuring the ultimate hunters known as Predators.
Fifteen original, never-before-seen short stories set in the expanded Predator universe from the first film, featuring the ultimate hunters, the Yautja from the movie Predator. Set in the recent past, the present, and the future, these edge-of-your-seat adventures by many of today's top SF and horror authors take place on Earth and in the dark, unforgiving reaches of space. The diverse, multi-ethnic group of authors includes New York Times bestsellers, Stoker Award winners, and acclaimed contributors to the Alien and Predator universes. Included in this volume are Native American award-winning horror author Stephen Graham Jones, Linda Addison— the first African American to win the Stoker Award, Peter Briggs, screenwriter for Hellboy, New York Times bestselling author and visionary podcaster Scott Sigler (Aliens: Phalanx), award-winning author Ammar Habib (The Heart of Aleppo), New York Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry, Emmy nominated writer Joshua Pruett of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Tim Lebbon, author of the Aliens vs. Predators “Rage War”, and many more.
- The book's title is taken from the line, "You can't see the eyes of the demon... until him come callin'." spoken by King Willie in the film Predator 2. The similar Predator anthology, Predator: If It Bleeds also takes its title from dialogue in the film Predator, while the Alien anthology, Aliens: Bug Hunt, likewise takes its title from film dialogue, in that case from Aliens.
- Aliens: Bug Hunt — A similar anthology for the Alien franchise.
- Aliens vs. Predator: Ultimate Prey — A similar anthology for the Alien vs. Predator franchise.
- Predator: If It Bleeds — A similar anthology for the Predator franchise.