Ghost Rider #1 Sells Out

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Ghost Rider’s return to the world of comics is an unqualified success as Ghost Rider #1 has sold out at Diamond.  After years out of the spotlight, Garth Ennis and Clayton Crain’s new twisted re-envisioning of Ghost Rider has scores of fans eager to sell their own soul for a copy.   

Luckily, Marvel is releasing Ghost Rider #1 Director’s Cut filled with exclusive DVD-style extras so you don’t have to make a deal with the devil to get your hands on the return of the Spirit of Vengeance. 

Fan and critical reaction has been astounding to Ghost Rider, with a slew of reviews pouring in to praise Ennis and Crain’s tale of demons, angels, and a certain flame-headed motorcyclist.

Hilary Goldstein of IGN.com says, “Ennis is the perfect man to take on Ghost Rider.  Awesome art…and solid writing make this a must.”

Heidi Meeley of 4ColorReview.com says, “The story is brilliant and the art takes things to a whole new level.  I can’t wait to see what Ennis and Crain have in store for Johnny Blaze.”

Ghost Rider #1 Director’s Cut will feature tons of new content including Garth Ennis’s original proposal, published and unpublished covers by Clayton Crain, and a behind-the-scenes look into how Ghost Rider went from script to thumbnail to final art.

Ghost Rider #1 flew off of the shelves so be sure to get your copy of Ghost Rider #1 Director’s Cut before it’s worth the price of your immortal soul. 

Written by GARTH ENNIS
Pencils & Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN
FOC – 9/22, On Sale – 10/12/2005

Art by Clayton Crain
24” x 36”…$5.95

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