A Dark Fate for Ghost Rider 2099 #1 [Improbable Previews]

Every so often (but seemingly less so since we started this column), comic book publishers accidentally send out unlettered previews, showing us what the characters are doing but not what they’re saying. What a boner! In Improbable Previews, we correct this mistake by putting the words back in, using our best guess at what they are based on decades of time wasted reading comic books. We can’t guarantee 100% accuracy, of course.

In this issue of Improbable Previews, we have a preview of Ghost Rider 2099 #1 from Marvel.com, by Canada’s Favorite Son Ed Brisson and Damian Couceiro. Unfortunately, someone forgot to letter it, but we took care of that for them…

Ghost Rider 2099 is in stores December 4th, with final order cutoff on Monday. Terminator: Dark Fate opens in theaters today.

GHOST RIDER 2099 #1
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(W) Ed Brisson (A) Damian Couceiro (CA) Valerio Giangiordano
SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE OVERDRIVE!
It’s the city that never stops! Welcome to Transverse City, where everything’s for sale-if you’re fast enough to take it!
Kenshiro “Zero” Cochrane was just your average keyboard cowboy until he shocked with the wrong people and got murdered-life’s a glitch, ain’t it?
Now, with a second chance from a higher power and an advanced weaponized automaton, Zero will punish those who have spilled innocent blood!
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 04, 2019
Final Orders Due: Nov 04, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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