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    Ghost Rider #22

    Ghost Rider » Ghost Rider #22 - Hell-Bent & Heaven-Bound, Part Three released by Marvel on June 1, 2008.

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    Do you like gigantic running battles involving man-eating ghosts, machine–gun nurses and motorcyclists with flaming noggins? If so, then boy, have we got the book for you. It's Ghost Rider versus a haunted stretch of roadway in what we just had to call "Deathrace on Ghost Cannibal Highway." And did we mention that ol' flamehead is swinging a scythe this time around? Good luck, ghost cannibals.

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    Every month Jason Aaron achieves new depth (in both senses) for the medium in his uncompromisingly literary, relentlessly squalid Native American mob saga Scalped at Vertigo, so I had to see how he’d crash a stolen Cadillac through the mainstream storefront window at Marvel. While his Wolverine is state-of-the-art but nothing new, his Ghost Rider is a mad masterwork – it’s as if they turned Gilbert Shelton loose on Hellboy. Shadowed omens and pseudo-solemnity are all well and good for your basic...

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