All-New Ghost Rider #11

All-New Ghost Rider #11

Writer: Felipe Smith Artist: Felipe Smith Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 11, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
7.1Critic Rating
8.7User Rating

•  Little brother GABE'S medical condition is improving by leaps and bounds but something's causing his relationship with Robbie to deteriorate just as quickly.
•  As ALL-NEW GHOST RIDER'S powers continue to evolve, Robbie finds out a shocking truth about his long lost parents.
Rated T+

  • 8.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 12, 2015

    The dynamic between Robbie Reyes and his younger brother has become far more compelling thanks to the latter's recent personality shift. Couple that with dark new revelations about Robbie's ghostly partner and its plans for the two brothers, and the drama is really mounting. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Inter-Comics Podcast - writingtwentytwopages Feb 13, 2015

    Issue twelve hits stands next month and looks to be the concluding part to what has been a year-long story. Felipe Smith is very comfortable behind the wheel of this machine and you trust that he is not only going to get you where you want to be but will no doubt make a couple of jumps along the way and probably leave your seat a little damp. Just acknowledge that the Ghost Rider has something to say these days and pick up this book Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Multiversity Comics - Alice W. Castle Feb 12, 2015

    This issue was one that, despite how good the writing is and despite how great the artwork is, felt like a condensed version of a story arc that was meant to play out over multiple issues and once that feeling settled in, I couldn't shake it off. That's not to say I didn't enjoy it as, after an arc with Damion Scott whose artwork never really clicked with me, I ate Smith's artwork up from the first page. This is still a very underrated series as Felipe Smith continues to introduce interesting twists to the Ghost Rider mythos with respect to the previous incarnations of the character in order to make Robbie Reyes feel like a completely different entity. Despite my grievances, this was an enjoyable issue that dropped a few bombs on established readers and, while it isn't exactly what I'd call a jumping on point, was enjoyable overall. I only wish the story had had more room to breath. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Feb 16, 2015

    That said, because we're 11 issues in, many people will see this creative switch-up as too little, too late. And they're not wrong " there hasn't been a ton of new ground broken in All-New Ghost Rider, with Smith meandering along with Robbie's two-dimensional supporting cast. He's simultaneously brought Ghost Rider down to earth, but taken away any new avenues for the sort of insane adventures that have made this character such a staple. This comic on its own isn't a complete wash, but as a concept, All-New Ghost Rider has proven that it's a lemon. Read Full Review

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