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Come sit by the fire and prepare to be frightened...we're going to tell you a "Ghost Story! The Thunderbolts own psychologist, Moonstone, peels back the layers and delves into the mind and past of the brilliant and mysterious paranoid known only to the world as Ghost! How did his war on the corporate system begin and what made him leave his humanity behind? Even his hardened criminal ...

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Review: Thunderbolts #51 0

While the grounded T-Bolts pace in their bunker, a bored Moonstone asks Ghost for the true story of his origin.  The Good Walker's layouts in this issue were really inventive and I'm so glad to see a penciler opting for some inventive approaches to storytelling as opposed to the standard grid. Parker writes Ghost with this wonderfully-ostentatious voice that gives his familiar tale of revenge a uniquely socio-political spin. It reminded me of some of the best Batman the Animated Series episode...

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Who is Ghost? 0

Jeff Parker is a brilliant writer and with the help of Kevin Walker, he creates the perfect origin for the mysterious Ghost: why does he hate so much the corporate and capitalist world? After the events of issue # 150, when he stopped despising and loathing Tony Stark, this issue came in perfect timing for understanding what motivates and inspires this character that has been a part of the Thunderbolts for two years already (24 issues, since # 128) and never talked much about his past. The trans...

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