Love is the only way to describe my feelings for GHOSTED. Williamson is taking this book in a very interesting direction and expanding on this world while connecting the pieces together at the same time. There's a reason this is my current favorite on-going series. It is fantastic with genre mixing, is full of intrigue and is a ton of fun. I highly recommend checking this issue out. Read Full Review
Jackson and his team continue to unravel the mystery surrounding the sudden increase in supernatural activity. This continues to be the premiere title at Image for fans of the supernatural. Read Full Review
Williamson builds a brand new world of horror that is endless in its inspiration and chilling in its execution. Ghosted is a near perfect blend of genres that shows unsavory antiheros in the most unpredictable criminal world of all: the world of the undead. Read Full Review
What has been amazing to watch with Ghosted is how writer Joshua Williamson has started with a basic idea in the first volume (a thief asked to steal a ghost) and expanded it into a large supernatural mythos. The ramifications of the first issue are still being felt. There are a few different balls in the air, but Williamson ties everything back together neatly. The different arcs to date have had a natural flow to them while keeping Jackson shrouded in mystery. You can't help but get pulled along for the ride, wherever he may be going. That may be to a seedy underground occult marketplace, but at least it's not Times Square with all the tourists. Read Full Review
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