Marvel Tales Ghost Rider #1 Coming in November, Plus First Look Inside Danny Ketch Ghost Rider #1

Posted by July 19, 2019 Comment

Marvel Comics is making a big deal about Ghost Rider ahead of the TV series debuting on Hulu. We already know that Marvel is launching a new Ghost Rider #1 starring Danny Ketch as the full-time Ghost Rider, from Ed Brisson and Aaron Kuder.

GHOST RIDER #1 WRITTEN BY ED BRISSON, ART AND COVER BY AARON KUDER
GHOST RIDER #1
The Brothers Ghost Rider are back!

Johnny Blaze ain’t just the king of Hell—he’s the warden too. He’s the first line of defense between the demonic hordes trying to escape the joint and the lords of other hells making a play for his throne and all the power that comes with it—including a certain evil queen from his past! Meanwhile, Danny Ketch never wanted to be a Ghost Rider. Now that his brother’s in charge downstairs, Ketch must take on the duty of Earth’s Spirit of Vengeance full-time—no matter how much he’d rather be doing anything else…

At the retailer lunch, Marvel VP of Sales and Marketing David Gabriel unveiled a first look at interior art.

Marvel Unveils 1st Look at Ghost Rider #1, Marvel Tales, and Comic Boxes at SDCC

We also learned that we’ll be getting a Marvel Tales Ghost Rider #1, as well as Ghost Rider themed comic shortboxes in the coming months.

Marvel Unveils 1st Look at Ghost Rider #1, Marvel Tales, and Comic Boxes at SDCC

Here’s the In-Hyuk Lee cover to Ghost Rider #1:

 

Marvel Unveils 1st Look at Ghost Rider #1, Marvel Tales, and Comic Boxes at SDCC

 

Bleeding Cool is working hard to bring you the latest news from the Diamond Retailer Lunch, so bookmark this page to be kept abreast of what publishers are planning to officially announce later at the convention as they give their presentations to their direct customers, the comic book retailers.

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(Last Updated July 19, 2019 2:55 pm )

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