GHOST RIDER BY JASON AARON OMNIBUS [NEW PRINTING]

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$100.00 US
7.59"W x 11.15"H x 1.1"D   | 54 oz | 8 per carton
On sale Apr 02, 2024 | 536 Pages | 9781302957599
| Rated T+
FOC Oct 23, 2023 | Catalog September 2023
Superstar writer Jason Aaron's searing take on the Spirit of Vengeance finds Johnny Blaze facing off against the forces of Heaven itself in an epic saga that sends Ghost Rider down a blazing new road! When the rogue angel Zadkiel tries taking over the world's Ghost Riders - that's right, there's more than one! - Blaze and his flame-headed alter ego are in for the fight of their lives! Featuring the return of the other iconic Ghost Rider, Danny Ketch, in a team-up you never imagined - and a showdown that had to happen! Strap in for a tale of insanity jam-packed with new villains, old allies and the same old grindhouse action that Flamehead fans have come to know and love! Collecting GHOST RIDER (2006) #20-35 and GHOST RIDERS: HEAVEN'S ON FIRE #1-6.
Writer Jason Aaron’s early collaboration with artist Cameron Stewart on DC/Vertigo’s The Other Side was named one of the Washington Post’s Best Comics of 2007. His next project, Scalped, garnered industry-wide praise and led to a guest spot on Wolverine, beginning Aaron’s long association with Logan on various titles, as well as the rest of Marvel’s merry mutants on books including X-Men: Schism, Wolverine & the X-Men and Amazing X-Men. Aaron rocked the Marvel Universe with Original Sin and unfolded a status-quo-shattering Asgardian epic across multiple Thor titles. He was the ideal choice to steer the Rebel crew of Star Wars into new adventures on the series’ return to Marvel, and he ushered in a new era for the publisher with Marvel Legacy. In the wake of that one-shot, he took on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Avengers and welcomed another iconic property back to the House of Ideas with Conan the Barbarian.

Roland Boschi — pronounced “BOH-skee” — first collaborated with Jason Aaron in the pages of Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: Heaven’s On Fire. He teamed with writer Rick Remender on Punisher and follow-up series Punisher: In the Blood, and drew Marvel’s most popular mutant in three very different series: Wolverine & the X-Men: Alpha and Omega, Fear Itself: Wolverine and Wolverine MAX. His credits also include X-Men and Untold Tales of PunisherMAX. As part of All-New Marvel NOW!, Boschi reunited with Remender on a limited series featuring Marvel’s latest cinematic star, Winter Soldier.

In 1993, Tan Eng Huat began his career in Malaysia as a background and cover artist, which led to work with DC Comics on such titles as Doom Patrol, JLA and Batman. His work earned him the 2002 Eisner Award for Most Promising New Talent. Huat made his Marvel debut with the critically acclaimed Silver Surfer: In Thy Name, leading him to the cult-favorite Ghost Rider, as well as runs on Punisher, X-Men: Legacy and two Annihilators limited series.

Artist Tony Moore is a small-town guy from Kentucky, raised by a pack of wild televisions. The cocreator with Robert Kirkman of pop-culture phenomenon The Walking Dead, he also lent his hand to books such as Battle Pope, Masters of the Universe and Brit. Moore collaborated with Rick Remender on Fear Agent and Simon Oliver on The Exterminators. At Marvel, Moore reunited with Remender for the cult hit Franken-Castle and the relaunched Venom. His hobbies include watching horror movies, getting fat and sleeping.

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Superstar writer Jason Aaron's searing take on the Spirit of Vengeance finds Johnny Blaze facing off against the forces of Heaven itself in an epic saga that sends Ghost Rider down a blazing new road! When the rogue angel Zadkiel tries taking over the world's Ghost Riders - that's right, there's more than one! - Blaze and his flame-headed alter ego are in for the fight of their lives! Featuring the return of the other iconic Ghost Rider, Danny Ketch, in a team-up you never imagined - and a showdown that had to happen! Strap in for a tale of insanity jam-packed with new villains, old allies and the same old grindhouse action that Flamehead fans have come to know and love! Collecting GHOST RIDER (2006) #20-35 and GHOST RIDERS: HEAVEN'S ON FIRE #1-6.

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Writer Jason Aaron’s early collaboration with artist Cameron Stewart on DC/Vertigo’s The Other Side was named one of the Washington Post’s Best Comics of 2007. His next project, Scalped, garnered industry-wide praise and led to a guest spot on Wolverine, beginning Aaron’s long association with Logan on various titles, as well as the rest of Marvel’s merry mutants on books including X-Men: Schism, Wolverine & the X-Men and Amazing X-Men. Aaron rocked the Marvel Universe with Original Sin and unfolded a status-quo-shattering Asgardian epic across multiple Thor titles. He was the ideal choice to steer the Rebel crew of Star Wars into new adventures on the series’ return to Marvel, and he ushered in a new era for the publisher with Marvel Legacy. In the wake of that one-shot, he took on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Avengers and welcomed another iconic property back to the House of Ideas with Conan the Barbarian.

Roland Boschi — pronounced “BOH-skee” — first collaborated with Jason Aaron in the pages of Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: Heaven’s On Fire. He teamed with writer Rick Remender on Punisher and follow-up series Punisher: In the Blood, and drew Marvel’s most popular mutant in three very different series: Wolverine & the X-Men: Alpha and Omega, Fear Itself: Wolverine and Wolverine MAX. His credits also include X-Men and Untold Tales of PunisherMAX. As part of All-New Marvel NOW!, Boschi reunited with Remender on a limited series featuring Marvel’s latest cinematic star, Winter Soldier.

In 1993, Tan Eng Huat began his career in Malaysia as a background and cover artist, which led to work with DC Comics on such titles as Doom Patrol, JLA and Batman. His work earned him the 2002 Eisner Award for Most Promising New Talent. Huat made his Marvel debut with the critically acclaimed Silver Surfer: In Thy Name, leading him to the cult-favorite Ghost Rider, as well as runs on Punisher, X-Men: Legacy and two Annihilators limited series.

Artist Tony Moore is a small-town guy from Kentucky, raised by a pack of wild televisions. The cocreator with Robert Kirkman of pop-culture phenomenon The Walking Dead, he also lent his hand to books such as Battle Pope, Masters of the Universe and Brit. Moore collaborated with Rick Remender on Fear Agent and Simon Oliver on The Exterminators. At Marvel, Moore reunited with Remender for the cult hit Franken-Castle and the relaunched Venom. His hobbies include watching horror movies, getting fat and sleeping.