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Ghost has two unnerving encounters. The first is with Ken Carver. He is one of Two-Face's murdered henchmen who has been resurrected by the crime lord Greymater. Ken provides Ghost with a frightening glimpse at what it's like to really be dead. The second is with Batgirl, whose life prior to donning the cape may have been even bleaker and more disturbing than Ghost's own. Meanwhile, having located her missing friend, the wheelchair-bound Barbara Gordon must wrestle with the consequences of returning the girl to her parents. But has exposure to Greymater's Resurrection Engine left the girl more undead than alive? All this and a battle with Towering Chris, too! Co-published with Dark Horse and DC Comics.

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Things are starting to come into focus but the intensity is gone form the first issue.  As much as I hate exposition (especially when it is done badly) there are too many plot devises and powers that are unexplained.  I'm fine with a little but there was just too many here.  I'm still not sure about Ghost at all.  She seems neat but I'm not sure what her powers are or what she can do.  The story continues on with the murder of victims and their resurrections but there is little in the way of tha...

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