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Ghost Rider #11

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

The F.B.I. has cast out Johnny Blaze and Talia Warroad, maybe because they’re too destructive and unmanageable…or maybe because there is some corruption present that reaches inside the very institution meant to protect us. As Johnny and Talia head down to Savannah to investigate a necropolis, there are hints of old friends and new foes on the horizon. A new chapter of horror is beginning for the Ghost Rider, and Danny Ketch is roaring up to speed in the rearview mirror.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Ghost Rider #11 doesn’t necessarily take a side-step to the main story at hand, it simply takes a step back and allows for much more character exploration. While the plot does progress, Percy carefully examines both Johnny Blaze and Talia Warroad under intense scrutiny, allowing readers to see the exact things that makes each of the two tick. It’s a masterclass in character development, even though plot takes a backseat and to add the cherry on top, David Wachter’s artwork as a fill-in guest on this issue matches the tone of the title totally, making for a well-rounded issue.

  • 90

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