Ghost Rider (1973-1983) #11A

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Published April, 1975 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1975 for $0.25 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $75.00 USD.

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  • The Desolation Run!

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Ratings and Reviews
Blue Jackets Fan
3.5

by on 10/25/2015 9:13:00 AM (Variant A)

Ghost Rider battled Satan in #9, the origin was reprinted in #10, and now with #11, Marvel took G.R. in a new direction, away from the supernatural satanism thing. (I can't help but think part of the reason why Marvel did this was because of a letter printed somewhere in issues 6-8,) Oh, and Roxanne is off doing some soul searching because she feels like she let Johnny down in #9, so she's not in this book. I like the story, but those first 9 issues, for the most part, were really good, so it's going to be hard to adjust to this "new, satan-free" G.R.. This issue does wrap itself up a little too nicely at the end for me. It sort of reminded me of a Saturday morning cartoon in that way. It would've been an "8" if not for that.

coover81
3.5

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Ghost Rider (1973-1983) #11A