Ghost Rider Gets a Lilith Spinoff in February as Wolverine, Punisher, and CLASSIFIED Guest Star

Wolverine may have two dicks, but the far more impressive feat is his ability to appear as a guest star in so many series in a single month. Not only will Wolverine be launching his own series in February, starring in several other X-books, and appearing in Black Cat #9, but he’ll also be joining the Punisher to guest star in February’s Ghost Rider #5!

Not only that, but Lilith is getting her own one-shot spinoff from the main Ghost Rider series in Spirits of Ghost Rider: Mother of Demons #1. That one will be written by Ghost Rider series writer and Canada’s Favorite Son, Ed Brisson, with art by Roland Boschi.

And hey, what’s with that “classified” figure on the cover to Ghost Rider #5?

Check out the solicits for both issues below, and read Marvel’s full February solicitations here.

GHOST RIDER #5
ED BRISSON (W) • JUAN FRIGERI (A) • Cover by AARON KUDER
VARIANT COVER BY RON GARNEY
HEARTS OF DARKNESS II
Just when Dan Ketch thought he was out, he finds himself in way over his head, with strange new abilities to boot! Guest starring Wolverine and the Punisher!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

Ghost Rider Gets a Lilith Spinoff in February, Plus Wolverine and Punisher Guest Appearances

SPIRITS OF GHOST RIDER: MOTHER OF DEMONS #1
ED BRISSON (W) • ROLAND BOSCHI (A) Cover by PHILIP TAN
Variant cover by STEPHANIE HANS
Design variant cover by AARON KUDER
BURNING OUT OF THE PAGES OF GHOST RIDER!
Since the dawn of man, she has birthed the worst of humanity’s ills… Her kin call her mama while men curse her name: LILITH! And when all the thrones of every netherworld are united, they shall call her by a new name: QUEEN. With art by definitive GHOST RIDER artist ROLAND BOSCHI!
40 PGS./ONE SHOT/Rated T+ …$4.99

 

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