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Ghost Rider/Wolverine: Weapons Of Vengeance Omega #1

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Based on 4 critic ratings.


All bad things must come to an end…but will WOLVERINE and GHOST RIDER meet their untimely demise at the hands of the demonic force known as “STITCHER”?! And who is the mysterious FATHER PIKE? The secret behind the demon’s birth is revealed as the fate of our heroes, and the boy who started it all, are sealed!

Benjamin Percy (Wolverine, Ghost Rider) and Geoff Shaw (Thanos, Guardians of the Galaxy) bring the hellfire in this fiery crossover finale you can’t afford to miss!

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32 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Weapons of Vengeance is a Marvel event done right. No world-ending plot is needed, just a demonic invasion that is at as small of a scale as that can be. Faithful to both of its eponymous heroes, Ghost Rider/Wolverine: Weapons of Vengeance – Omega #1 is a suitable ending for this event that also sets the stage for what’s next in both Ghost Rider and Wolverine. And as it does all that, nothing is lost as a result of Percy’s balancing act between the two series. At the end of this event, its story is wrapped up as tightly as can be and each of the characters Involved have an exciting new arc set for the future. It doesn’t get much better than this in superhero comics.

  • 90

    First Comics News

  • 74

    Comic Watch

    The Weapons of Vengeance gives readers exactly what they want out of a Wolverine and Ghost Rider crossover and then some but it is a shame it only lasted four issues. Because of this, it feels like there are a lot of great ideas crammed into a small space.

  • 50

    Derby Comics

    After those first two issues, I really thought this storyline had potential. Two curmudgeons with badass attitudes teaming up to stop a demonic power from hell? Percy could have written that in his sleep. I think it would have made a lot more sense, and could likely have been structured much better, if Mephisto was the main big bad and introduced much earlier on. As it was, this story could have been told in an oversized annual and didn’t need four full issues. Even with the cliffhanger, I don’t know when we’ll be revisiting this storyline again. Wolverine has the “Sabretooth War” coming up next, yet Ghost Rider’s future solicitations do indicate Mephisto will be playing a role in the near future. Perhaps this becomes a Ghost Rider-specific story with some periodic Wolverine cameos? I guess we’ll find out, but this story will look even worse if the plot featuring Mephisto doesn’t even connect back to this.

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