Ghost #0

    Ghost » Ghost #0 - Resurrection Mary released by Dark Horse Comics on September 1, 2012.

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    Former journalist Vaughn Barnes has been reduced to moonlighting as cameraman for the shoddy paranormal-investigation cable TV show Phantom Finders. But when a curious device summons the specter of a beautiful, translucent woman, Vaughn is plunged into a mystery of criminal intrigue that spans two worlds! Kelly Sue DeConnick and Phil Noto launch their exciting new take on one of Dark Horse’s most popular characters ever!

    Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel) brings a keen new eye to the spectral heroine.

    Renowned artist Phil Noto (Angel & Faith, X-23) perfectly captures the wraithlike elegance of the enigma known as Ghost!

    Ghost is back!



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    Reality isn't what it used to be. 0

    Recommendation: Yes!This is perfection in 24 pages. Each page is a work of art, stitched together by a wonderfully spun yarn.You may have already read this story, if you keep up with the publication, Dark Horse Presents. It was split up into three parts, spread over Issues #13, #14, and #15.We even got an awesome Phil Noto cover for Issue 13:Anyway, Dark Horse Presents is not why I am writing here today… well partially, but still, you get what I am saying. I am here because Ghost #0, the collect...

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