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The Felipe Smith/Tradd Moore run on Ghost Rider was a stylish new take on the character. The Marvel Now ’16 verssion isn’t quite as stylized, but we’re still digging the manga infused variant cover by Smith, as well as his Hip Hop variant.

Ghost Rider #1 goes on sale on November 30th.

Start your engines, True Believers – because this one is a scorcher! That’s right, Robbie Reyes is back and he’s hitting the gas and driving straight for your local comic shops in the all-new GHOST RIDER #1! Robbie’s co-creator Felipe Smith (All-New Ghost Rider) is back to pen the ongoing adventures of this high-octane hot head and he’s bringing new series artist Danilo Beyruth (Deadpool v Gambit) along for the ride! A bizarre and powerful object has been unearthed in Southern California, and the mystery behind it has lead Amadeus Cho, the Totally Awesome Hulk right to Ghost Rider’s backyard! What chaos will be unleashed when this jade giant comes face-to-face with the ultimate speed demon? Plus – this oversized first issue also includes a special back-up tale from Felipe Smith and artist Tradd Moore featuring the debut of Ghost Rider’s newest nemesis! Who is Pyston Nitro, and what is her endgame?  

GHOST RIDER #1 (SEP160959)
Written by FELIPE SMITH
Art by DANILO BEYRUTH AND TRADD MOORE

Cover by MARCO CHECCHETTO

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Variant Covers by FELIPE SMITH (SEP160960)

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TRADD MOORE (SEP160961),

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And SKOTTIE YOUNG (SEP160960)

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Hip-Hop Variant by FELIPE SMITH (SEP160963)
Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (SEP160964)

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TV Photo Variant Also Available (SEP160966)

Blank Variant Available (SEP160965)

FOC – 11/07/16, On-Sale – 11/30/16

2 COMMENTS

  1. Duda. Over the Line. Felipe Smith’s first Ghost Rider series was one of the LEAST sj-inspired comics to come out of Marvel in recent times. Yes, they did replace a CIS white man with a CIS Latino man , but Felipe Smith succeeded at reinvigorating the Ghost Rider whereas Garth Ennis could not.

    As far as I know, there was no actual faggotry in the comics. It was Fast and Furious with a supernatural twist.

  2. Hmm, I guess you’re responding to a comment that’s no longer there. I just think Reyes looks dumb. And Ghost Rider needs a motorcycle, unless they call him ghost driver now

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