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Funko Pop #619 Super Predator

Super Predators, also known as Berserker Yautja are a subspecies of the Yautja race.  They are typically larger, stronger, and more aggressive than their smaller cousins. T hey are larger than mainstream Predators (in terms of muscularity) but still stand at around 7 feet tall (or more) like the "normal" Predators.  They have a more reptilian appearance than their better-known cousins and have scaly skin in addition to different color pigmentation.  Another feature is their dreadlocks, which are far more swept back than those found on "normal" Yautja. They also possess a longer face, giving them a small "snout" and more reptilian looking in effect.  A Super Predator's trill is also much deeper and far more beast-like/feral than the trill of commonly seen Predators.

The Predator is an American science fiction action anthology media franchise centered on the film series depicting humankind's encounters with an intelligent race of extraterrestrial trophy-seeking hunters known as the "Yautja".  Produced and distributed by 20th Century Studios, the series began with Predator (1987), directed by John McTiernan, and was followed by three sequels, Predator 2 (1990), Predators (2010), The Predator (2018), and one prequel, Prey (2022).  The series has led to numerous novels, comics, and video game spin-offs such as Predator: Concrete Jungle (2005) and Predator: Hunting Grounds (2020).  The Alien vs. Predator franchise combines the continuities and universe of the Alien franchise with the Predator franchise and consists of two films as well as varying series of comics, books, and video games.  Unlike the Alien franchise, which features a continuous story arc, the Predator films are more non-linear, instead focusing on individual encounters with the Predators spread across multiple timeframes.