PREVIEW: Jason Aaron's acclaimed "Ghost Rider" run continues in issue #22

Thu, March 20th, 2008 at 12:00am PDT

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Official Press Release

Combine sadistic, gun-toting nurses with evil man-eating ghosts and you get one hell of a day for Ghost Rider! Writer Jason Aaron's critically acclaimed "Hell To Pay" story continues in Ghost Rider #22, the penultimate chapter of the action packed ride that leads into the stunning return of a character than we can only call the most shocking last page in Ghost Rider history! With gritty art from Roland Boschi and a powerful cover by rising star Mark Djurdjevic, now's your chance to find out why critics and fans can't stop raving about Ghost Rider!

"Aaron's knack for gritty characters and gritty situations shine through," gushed Jesse Schedeen of IGN.Com. "Artist Roland Boschi draws a mean Ghost Rider to match."

"This book has got guts," exclaimed Bryant Frattalone of ComicsBulletin.Com. "Stick around for the ride."

"Ghost Rider is one book that'll get your heart racing past the redline in by the last page," said Andy Serwin of WizardUniverse.Com

With Heaven in his sights and on his tail, Ghost Rider may just need some divine intervention to survive! Don't miss Ghost Rider #22!

GHOST RIDER #22 (FEB082225)

Written by JASON AARON

Art by ROLAND BOSCHI

Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC

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