Ghost Rider #0.1

Ghost Rider #0.1

Writer: Rob Williams Artist: Matthew Clark Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 8, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Special POINT ONE Issue. HELL'S OWN ANGEL RETURNS IN ALL NEW POINT ISSUE THAT LEASDS STRAIGHT TO THE NEW GHOST RIDER ONGOING SERIES! With the events of FEAR ITSELF tearing the Earth apart a mysterious and powerful figure offers Blaze a faustian pact and a chance for peace. Can Blaze actually allow himself to 'Give Up The Ghost'? And, if so, who will the Ghost Rider pass onto next? The souls of Johnny Blaze and everyone within the Marvel Universe depend on this decision. Vengeance rides in a new direction with Rob Williams (Throwbacks, Daken) and Matthew Clark (Superman, Doom Patrol). Grab your leather, metal and hellfire because it's the end more

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jun 8, 2011

    This book is not without its flaws, however. The biggest problem is that cliffhanger I mentioned earlier. Remember that? This one really changes things up a bit for Ghost Rider. Yet somehow, it makes the book that much more of a solid read that makes me want more. Now. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    A Comic Book Blog - Victor Kutsenok Jun 23, 2011

    Overall, this was a great reintroduction to Ghost Rider and a nice jumping on point for new readers as it seems that we will be heading in a totally new direction for the character. A female direction, if we can trust the previews. Should be awesome. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Thomas Crawford Jun 16, 2011

    Now, I imagine when Marvel had the idea for their current Point One initiative, they were imagining stories that looked something like this. Ghost Rider #0.1 gives us the titular characters origin, shows the hero (if you can call him that) in action, and lays the seed for future stories. Or in this case, an upcoming ongoing. Read Full Review

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