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Ghost Rider by Jason Aaron (Anglais) Relié – 22 décembre 2011

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16 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The best Ghost Rider comics in years 4 janvier 2011
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
When Jason Aaron (Scalped, Wolverine) took over the writing duties for Ghost Rider, he became saddled with one of Marvel's more maligned characters over the years. Needless to say, what he accomplishes with him is nothing short of a miracle, as Aaron uses nearly every bit of previous Ghost Rider continuity and mythos to his advantage to craft a grindhouse-esque saga of the damned Johnny Blaze. After learning he's been an unwitting pawn in the plot of rogue angel Zadkiel, Blaze takes on all comers as war prepares to strike in Heaven. In the mix are Blaze's estranged brother Danny Ketch (the 90s Ghost Rider), a new Caretaker, nunchuk-wielding nuns, Blackout, The Orb, Hellstorm, a new Vengeance and more besides. There's more to the overall story than what I've described here, but I simply can't do it justice enough. Darkly funny and startlingly violent, Jason Aaron made Ghost Rider worthwhile again, and this nice Omnibus is the best eay to experience it all. The only downside to Aaron's opus is the inconsistent artwork from the revolving team of Roland Boschi, Tony Moore, and Tan Eng Huat; but this is only a minor gripe at best. All in all, if you missed out on Jason Aaron's Ghost Rider run, now is your chace to experience it in full. You'll be happy that you did.
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Ghost Bomb! 3 février 2012
Par Max Michaels - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Jason Aaron gets it. Ghost Rider is an absolutely over-the-top concept: a bastard child of the 70s stunt cycle and Satanism horror movie craze, and probably not something to be taken too seriously. This collection contains Aaron's entire run on the title, and features almost everything that the Ghost Rider fan could possibly crave: road zombies, ninja nuns, hillbilly cannibals, demonic truckers, the all new Orb, Son of Satan, the return of Danny Ketch, and a goddamned motorcycle race around the world. The book was a good, ol' fashioned, flaming skull-headed HOOT, that gives many nods to Ghost Rider's past, while also introducing some wild new concepts to the character's story. The ending may seem a bit rushed for y'know . . . A WAR AGAINST HEAVEN, but I imagine that was a result of the title being cancelled prematurely. Still, its a fun book and really affordable compared to many of Marvel's omnibus volumes.
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Welcome to the weird! 13 novembre 2011
Par JOHNNYSTOMP! - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Look, I've never been a giant Ghost Rider fan. Not because there weren't great moments, but because of how inconsistent the stories seemed. What I am, now, after reading this, is a Johnny Blaze fan. This is his story. There is a moment in this book, a moment where Johnny Blaze, who has turned his back on Heaven, has to protect it. And in that moment, in that twist, I realized that this story was not only worth reading, but rereading. So much so that when my new Boxer devoured the book, I bought another one. (Book, not Boxer).
One Hell of a Ride... I Mean, Read!!! 15 août 2013
Par DSTorre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I was shocked by how great this Omnibus is!

The story is easy to follow to those not familiar with the Ghost Rider mythos, and all the while, feels like one of those Grindhouse horror movies. Just some B-movie style horror approach, which works particularly well for Ghost Rider.

Aaron really thought this out and it reads as one big story, as opposed to a collection of many unrelated ones. I cracked this book open, not knowing what story to expect at all(didnt read any previews whatsoever), but I was hooked on the get go! Fan of Johnny Blaze? Read this book! Fan of Danny Ketch? Read this book!

Also, there are three different artists, but all fits the mood well, and doesnt detract you from the story.

If I got complains, its the villains. Some are (re)introduced in an interesting manner, only to fall so fast. Also, the last 6 books here("Heavens On Fire") is the closing arc, and it seemed to be rushed a bit. Im not sure if its cuz of the issue constraint given to Aaron(Ghost Rider was cancelled after this afterall) or time, but I hope it was say, 1-2 chapters more to flesh out some parts.

But despite those, I really enjoyed this book, and didnt regret blind-buying it at all. It is currently out of stock, but if there is a reprint as Marvel is doing to some Omnibus lately, or you can find it at a reasonable price - GRAB IT! The only reason you shouldn't is if you REALLY REALLY HATE Ghost Rider. But even so, give this one a shot.
One of the best (if little known) Marvel series in recent memory 16 avril 2013
Par GSD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Jason Aaron is probably best known for his own series, Scalped, as well as Wolverine and Wolverine and the X-men at Marvel. When he did Ghost Rider however, he showed just how good of writer he is by crafting what is probably the best story of the Flame-head since the early comics featuring Blaze. Aaron uses a lot of previous Ghost Rider continuity to tell one HELL of a story. There is a stark and violent quality to the tale that is part horror, part spirituality and all action. It is safe to say that Jason Aaron made Ghost Rider worthwhile again (after years of failed stories, the only other good one in recent memory was Road To Damnation). RoThe inconsistent artwork from the revolving team of Roland Boschi, Tony Moore, and Tan Eng Huat is a minor bother but all in all, if you missed out on Jason Aaron's Ghost Rider run, now is your chance to experience it in full. One of the best Ghost Rider stories of all time! A great jumping on point for new fans as well.
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