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Related Links: I don't have a lot of Ghost Rider related reviews - probably because there hasn't been a ton of product over the years:
- there is a guest review of the of the character.
- and a guest review of the from a couple years ago.
"I enjoyed doing the research into the character, catching up on where he was and plotting out a possible future for him. My main focus was to give the Ghost Rider more of a purpose than he had previously. I was as much disappointed by not getting to work with Ben on a monthly book as anything else though. Ben is an amazing artist and truly one of the best people in comics."
Ghost Rider Spirit Of Vengeance | Sony Pictures
Like the rest of the Marvel universe, these are being done by Hasbro. The line is similar in some ways to other movie lines, with a ton of Ghost Rider variants, but there are several supporting characters in the very first wave, unlike the recent Superman Returns and Batman Begins lines from Mattel. Tonight I'll be looking at three of the figures - the Nic Cage version of GR (called Chain Attack Ghost Rider), the Caretaker, and the Scarecrow. There's also a Flaming Fist GR, a Raging Gr, and a Fire Cannon GR, along with Vengeance and Blackheart. You can find these at mass market retailers like Toys R Us, Target, and others for around $8 a pop.I've long been a fan of Templesmith's work, and I was supremely disappointed when I learned that Marvel had passed on his Ghost Rider project. I've had all the information saved for years now, and in an effort to keep it from fading away into Internet Limbo, I decided to do a special article feature about it. This is simply a way to preserve the information and artwork, and when I contacted Dan Wickline about the article he had this to say:Back in 2003/2004, before Garth Ennis signed on to revamp Ghost Rider for Marvel, writer Dan Wickline (Savage, Grimm Fairy Tales) and artist Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night and Fell) put together a pitch for a mini-series and submitted it to Marvel. It was pitched as part of Marvel's "The End" series, which told the "last tales" of the company's heroes. Unfortunately, Marvel passed on the project and later signed on Ennis and Clayton Crain. So Wickline and Templesmith posted the pitch and a bunch of artwork. Wie , so glänzt auch Ghost Rider durch astrein ausgeführte animierte Grafiken, die hier sogar noch durch einen wie eine Filmvorschau wirkenden animierten Videoclip ganz zum Anfang ergänzt wird.