Ghosted #20

Ghosted #20

Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Vladimir Krstic, Goran Sudzuka, Miroslav Mrva Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 20, 2015 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
9.6Critic Rating
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There’s no more cheating death…

  • 10
    All-Comic - Erik Gonzalez May 18, 2015

    This is one of the few times where I felt a comic ended too soon, but its better to go out in a blaze of glory than to fade away. Wanting more stories in this universe isnt selfish, but more a sign that the creative team did a fantastic job crafting a ghastly and compelling supernatural thriller. Seriously, this is the final issue, pick the darn thing up or new readers should pick up all the trades. This is was great time investment, definitely worth the pay-off. Thanks to everyone involved. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Mat 'Inferiorego' Elfring May 20, 2015

    There's an overall feeling of joy and sadness flowing through me as one of my favorite on-going series comes to a close after 20 issues. However, this book has a natural ending and doesn't feel forced at all. The book really has come full circle and while I would love to see more with these characters, especially with where Nina is left at the end of this series, this last issue rounds out the series exceptionally well. I highly recommend checking this issue out and buying it all in trade. Read Full Review

  • 9.5 - John McCubbin May 19, 2015

    This may be the end of Ghosted, but that doesn't mean we can't rejoice in the magic that the creative team have produced over these twenty issues, as alongside the various artists, Joshua Williamson has mixed horror and crime brilliantly. This is reflected perfectly in this finale, as though some aspects were questionable, the narrative as a whole felt befitting to the story that Williamson was telling. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Horror Talk - James Ferguson May 23, 2015

    This issue is a fitting end to Ghosted.  It's rare for ongoing series to have a finite ending in this world of reboots and renumbering, so this was a welcome sight even though it sucks to have a good comic come to a close.  Jackson Winters started as a gruff asshole and slowly turned into a fun-to-read asshole over the course of the book's run.  Ghosted began as a supernatural Ocean's Eleven and quickly evolved into an interesting look at life and death, with one of the most interesting characters at its center. Read Full Review

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