Twenty four years ago, Alan Moore took over a meandering, toothless horror comic in "The Saga of the Swamp Thing" and made it something astonishing. Jason Aaron's accomplishment on "Ghost Rider" reminds me of Moore's earlier days. Aaron brings a distinctive, compelling voice to comics, and he's destined to be a major talent in the industry. Between his Vertigo series "Scalped" and now "Ghost Rider" at Marvel, he's already hitting his stride. Read Full Review
Aaron's knack for gritty characters and gritty situations shine through, and the book's strong points manage to outweigh its faults. I'm glad to be feeling an emotion resembling joy after reading Ghost Rider again. I'm just not sure how long that feeling can last without some sort of major shakeup or upheaval. Read Full Review
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