A NEW CHAPTER IN THE GHOST RIDER MYTHOS BEGINS HERE. Rated T+, This issue, the last of the run's initial arc is exactly as brutal as you'd expect a Ghost Rider story to be. by Marvel. Ghost Rider, Vol. 34)." There's a mystery behind what's happening for Blaze and I'm intrigued on knowing what will happen. Read Full Review, Ghost Rider #4 is a thrilling book full of hellfire's fury and an all new badass role for Danny Ketch, delivering on all the excitement and potential this series promised from the start. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published I like the "big picture" plot and the art, but I don't particularly like either Ghost Rider. To see what your friends thought of this book, Johnny Blaze prepares for the final battle against Lucifer’s two remaining avatars just as a pair of celestial angels appear with some surprising news about the Ghost Rider…. 8.5. Not a good Ghost Rider book at all. Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch both are dealing with changes to their power sets. Meanwhile, Danny Ketch is at the end of his rope and about to make the biggest mistake of his life all over again! A NEW CHAPTER IN THE GHOST RIDER MYTHOS BEGINS HERE! So, the whole Lucifer on Earth plot wraps up, Ghost Rider might be an angel, virgins given birth... are we sure this isn't a Vertigo comic come to Marvel? This book is almost brutal but didn't felt like a conclusion. 4: Revelations” as Want to Read: Error rating book. And the angels sub-plot and titular "revelation"? 4 (A-1 No. Yes! Refresh and try again. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But should the fate of the mortal world-and possibly the immortal world-be entrusted to a vengeful spirit bonded to the soul of an ex-carnival performer? The final confrontation between Ghost Rider and Lucifer begins here Ghost Rider, now back in control after Johnny has (once again) proven himself to be...not so good at it, has begun his brutal final march toward Lucifer's ultimate destruction. I forget exactly when I did finish this one. Conclusion: A good issue but the continuity and future for Danny did throw me a bit. It seems whenever I pick up a Johnny Blaze story it's filled with cartoonish silliness and/or wretched dialogue that belongs in a bad horror comedy. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But should the fate of the mortal world-and possibly the immortal world-be entrusted to a vengeful spirit bonded to the soul of an. Overall, it's a good book but not so much as a conclusion. Read Full Review, The first arc concludes and plays a big part in the setup for the future of the book, so in a lot of ways this is more like a prelude. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Ghost Rider, Vol.