Shadowland: Ghost Rider #1

    Shadowland: Ghost Rider » Shadowland: Ghost Rider #1 released by Marvel on November 2010.

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    The Kingpin summons Ghost Rider to deal vengeance upon the Hand.


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    Everyones Afraid Of Something 0

    The Ghost Rider is pissed as he rides up the side of a New York Skyskraper to have it out with the Kingpin. The Kingpin is nonplussed when Ghost Rider arrives and continues drinking his scotch. This one shot issue continues from Shadowland # 3. It's art by Clayton Crain is very impressive. The confrontation between Ghost Rider and Kingpin we knew was coming and it is mostly predictable. Ghost Rider is being manipulated and controlled already by the Kingpin through Hand magic. The Kingpin knowing...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Review: Shadowland: Ghost Rider 0

    Ghost Rider's summoned by the Kingpin to deal vengeance upon every New Yorker's current enemy - - the Hand. And the task is almost like a mob hit for the often enslaved spirit.  The Good Crain's art is absolutely ravishing. He wears all the hats here, given his work a mutli-media painterly quality, and the result makes Ghost Rider look cooler than I've ever seen him look. No matter how absurd some of the situations get (like the whale riding) he renders it all in such a way that makes it a look...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Ghost Rider Doesn't Need Roads 0

    Ghost Rider has been wrangled against his will into the events of Shadowland, and it only takes this oneshot to show how he deals with that.  Clayton Crain's name has become synonymous with Ghost Rider. Sometimes, his people may look strange, but the man is probably the ultimate Ghost Rider artist. No one illustrates the Spirit of Vengeance quite like him, and that is the primary selling point of this issue.  This isn't to say there is anything bad about the writing. The story is a simple one. J...

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