GHOST RIDER VOL. 2: SHADOW COUNTRY Spiral-Bound | April 11, 2023

Benjamin Percy, Brent Peeples (Illustrated by), Cory Smith (Illustrated by)

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Benjamin Percy's run on Ghost Rider continues, and Johnny Blaze encounters none other than Wolverine!

There’s somebody else out there like Johnny Blaze, who knows what it means to suffer — to feel sickened by the pain they’ve inflicted on the world. His name is Logan. After the motorcycle rally at Hell’s Backbone, Wolverine and Ghost Rider are brought together — but are they enemies or allies in the war against the shadow country? Meanwhile, there’s a new splinter group within the F.B.I. charged with quelling the rise in supernatural activity in the country, helmed by Agent Talia Warroad. She’s aiming to enlist the dangerous power of the Spirit of Vengeance! Plus, still reeling from his time in Hayden’s Falls, Blaze seeks the counsel of a seer named Necro the Tattooist, who uses his needle to bring dark truths to the surface about the legacy of the Ghost Rider!
Publisher: Penguin Random House
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 160 pages
ISBN-10: 1302947974
Item Weight: 1.06 lbs
Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.78 x 10.2 inches
Customer Reviews: 3 out of 5 stars 31 to 100 ratings
Acclaimed author and screenwriter Benjamin Percy broke into comics in 2014 with a two-issue Batman story arc for Detective Comics. He is also known for his work on Nightwing, Green Arrow and Teen Titans for DC Comics, and James Bond: Black Box for Dynamite Entertainment. Percy has written two seasons of Marvel’s Wolverine podcast series: Wolverine: The Long Night, which was listed as one of the top fifteen podcasts of the year by Apple and won the iHeart Radio Award for best scripted podcast in 2018, and Wolverine: The Lost Trail. In print, he is a key contributor to Jonathan Hickman’s Dawn of X initiative as writer of X-Force and Wolverine. Percy is taking Johnny Blaze back to basics for the character’s 50th anniversary in the pages of Ghost Rider.

Spanish artist Juan Jose Ryp previously collaborated with Charlie Huston on Vengeance of the Moon Knight. Other credits include Warren Ellis’ Wolfskin, Alan Moore’s Another Suburban Romance and Frank Miller’s Robocop for Avatar Press.