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Review – Ghost Rider #0.1

Submitted by on July 13, 2011 – 1:14 amOne Comment

GHOST RIDER #0.1
Marvel Comics
Written By: Rob Williams
Pencils By: Matthew Clark

Anyone who knows me, knows that Ghost Rider has always been one of my favorites. The trials and tribulations of one Johnny Blaze always entertains me, he’s a great comic book hero. A long time ago, he made a deal with Mephisto that didn’t go the way ol’ John had hoped, and since then he has been cursed as the Spirit of Vengeance. Writer Rob Williams catches new readers up to date very quickly on this and introduces Blaze, and his mindset, for this new relaunch. Turns out, someone is offering Johnny a way to get rid of the Ghost Rider for good….but at what cost?

This is a very good comic.(I’m not saying that because I’m biased either!) The book has a great sense of fun to the whole proceedings…not making the book overly dark and moody is a good thing. The art is no slouch either. Matthew Clark’s pencils are very crisp and focused on straight forward story-telling. The issue leaves us with a doozy of an ending, making the reader extremely exicited for issue #1.

I, for one, can’t wait.

One Comment »

  • Dan L. says:

    Tom,

    I liked the .1, and nice review. Did you read Issue #1 yet? Read it as soon as I got home Wednesday and I liked it. I know a lot of people think there isn’t much more that a GR comic can bring to the table, but I really liked Jason Aaron’s run, and this one is starting out decent….

    Dan L.