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Ghost Rider #13: Review

Sep 2007
Daniel Way, Javier Saltares

Story Name:

Apocalypse Soon Conclusion

Review & Comments

3 stars

Ghost Rider #13 Review by (February 15, 2010)
A tie-in the WORLD WAR HULK, this story takes place during the events of WWH #2. The issue is collected in WORLD WAR HULK: X-MEN.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Ghost Rider #13 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro
Ghost Rider tries to persuade Hulk to abandon his plot of vengeance. Hulk blows him away with a thunderclap. GR responds by dropping a building on Ol’ Greenskin, who reaches up from the ground and pulls Ghost Rider into the subway. When the demon tells Johnny to leave the Hulk alone, Johnny responds with a “Shut up!” that angers the Hulk and he throws Ghost Rider into the sky.

GR manages to wrap his chain around Hulk’s neck and mount his cycle and zooms off. Unfortunately for him, Hulk has tied the chain around a subway train. Hulk drops from a high building and smashes Ghost Rider into the ground.

A watching Dr Strange tells Reed Richards that the Ghost Rider’s powers are unlimited, held in check only by his human host. Now that Johnny is unconscious, though, the demon is out of control. Ghost Rider emits a massive burst of flame, and leaps from the crater aboard his cycle, glares at the Hulk…and leaves. A regretful Strange explains to Reed that Ghost Rider protects only the innocent, “which we—all of us—are not.”

Javier Saltares
Scott Hanna
Dan Brown
Gabriele Dell'Otto (Cover Penciler)
Gabriele Dell'Otto (Cover Inker)
Gabriele Dell'Otto (Cover Colorist)
Letterer: Joe Caramagna.
Editor: Michael O'Connor. Editor-in-chief: Axel Alonso.


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange

(Stephen Strange)
Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider

(Johnny Blaze)

(Bruce Banner)
Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic

(Reed Richards)

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