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4.38 stars 4.38/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

I am ALL ABOUT this! 0

Full disclosure: I'm a huge Ghost Rider fan. Seriously, the character, especially the Johnny Blaze iteration, just does it for me. Danny Ketch is fine, but nothing beats good ol' white trash Blaze. And he delivers in this issue, from start to finish .We start out with Ghost Rider dealing with a giant fire demon, and a minor betrayal from the "woman" he saved. The highlight of this? "Incorrect Nirvana reference! For this, it must die!" It doesn't make much sense out of context, but the joke is aw...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

No More Ghost Rider? 0

Johnny Blaze has been dealing with the curse of Ghost Rider for years, and frankly, he's had enough. He doesn't trust anyone or anything, and he finds a way to get rid of the rider forever.   The GoodThis is the PERFECT jump-on point for anyone interested in Ghost Rider. I've been away from Ghost Rider for a while. I quit reading halfway through the last issue, and I'm not a hardcore fan who really knows everything about the character, but that didn't matter. This issue really caught me up on ev...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

...and the war on sin begins. 0

I LOVE this issue. There is just so much in this issue that is just so right. Except for that freaking logo.  I don't know much about Ghost Rider. I know the character has been around for about as long as most other Marvel characters and has an equally rich history. I also know that for some reason there are like three Ghost Riders running around for some reason. What I don't know is why. Regardless of what you do know about Ghost Rider you don't need to know a thing about the character to get i...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

0.1 a Good, but not great place to start. 0

The Point One issue find Johnny virtually in the same place as his the Spider-Man back up stories collected in the Motorstorm one-shot, but with less fun. Ghost Rider isn't a comic character, but his dire situation doesn't need to bring with emo-level brooding. This issue was heavy on said brooding. Johnny Blaze is tired of being Ghost Rider, which is totally understandable. I wish the issue had explored the reasons why he wanted to give it up in a little more depth. I know the Point Issue shou...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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