Ghost Rider #11

    Ghost Rider » Ghost Rider #11 - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Illinois: Conclusion released by Marvel on July 1, 2007.

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    The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Illinois: Conclusion last edited by ghostgrifter on 03/16/22 04:37AM View full history

    It’s pumpkin smashing time, and the Ghost Rider’s ready to get his boots dirty. But with a zombie army in tow and an arsenal of concealed weapons, the possessed Jack O’Lantern appears to be holding all the cards in his deadly game with the Ghost Rider. To prevent the destruction of Sleepy Hollow, the Spirit of Vengeance will need a little help from an unlikely ally who may be able to turn the tables on Jack’s fun. This is the rip-roaring conclusion, True Believer, with enough pyrotechnics to blow you off your bike seat.



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    Last issue left Ghost Rider and Sheriff O'Connor in a mildly interesting situation. This story arc had been the most interesting thing done with Jack O'Lantern in years, and it was also Daniel Way's best work on Ghost Rider so far (which isn't saying much). So what happens? That mildly interesting situation is defused within the first two pages of the comic book, and the rest of the story reads like uninspired drivel.We actually had a somewhat interesting supporting character in Harry O'Connor, ...

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