Even in those days as a kid when I really loved "Ghost Rider," it was a fundamentally silly approach to a Spirit Of Vengeance. Riding up the sides of buildings, whipping pumpkin bombs back at the Hobgoblins that threw them. It was a superhero book with a Horror Comic's rogues gallery. Aaron has turned "Ghost Rider" into the pulp horror comic it always should have been. When you've got a demon riding a motorcycle, the last thing you need are goofy antagonists in green fishnet. You want dark highways, and all the haunted American roadstops where they end up. Read Full Review
This is an interesting start to what could be a very violent, extremely bizarre, new Ghost Rider story, taking Johnny Blaze's quest another step closer to completion. Probably at the cost of most of the lives in the prison. Like it wasn't bad enough for the inmates just being in a Texas prison to begin with. Read Full Review
With two other Aaron-penned books on the stands today, it's only that much harder to put up with mediocre efforts like this. I'm not sure anyone can enjoy Scalped and claim to be fully satisfied by Ghost Rider. The gulf is just too wide. Read Full Review
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