I'm planning on catching up on this series via ebay/back issues due to all of the praise I've heard. Where do you suggest I start, Tim, from the very first issue or the beginning of Jason Aaaron's run or some other arbitrary issue?
I'm kinda partial to big flaming elephant Ghost Rider, myself. I'll check this run out in bulk at some point, also.
Wouldn't this qualify as jumping the shark... literally? ;)
Preston -- Start with Jason Aaron's first issue. You'll get up to speed (literally) almost immediately, and you won't have to waste your precious minutes on Daniel Way's vapid run.Matt -- It's even better than Northlanders!Rob -- This image reclaims "jumping the shark" as a rightful token of awesomeness.
While Ghost Rider on a shark *is* pretty awesome, I still feel like this book has totally turned into Flaming-Skull-Headed Immortal Iron Fist.
With each issue, I consider dropping this book. It's become so fucking typical with a war on heaven and a bunch of similar-yet-slightly-different characters. I trust in Jason Aaron to pull it all together, but it's really starting to drag for me.
I'm not a huge Ghost Rider fan, but Ghost Rider on a shark(!) is too good to pass up.
Let's not forget Sled-Dog Ghost Rider. That shit's ridiculous.I know all those Ghost Riders are supposed to be dead, but maybe they can give us a series of one-shots or something. This is even worse than when they killed off the all-new Orb like five pages after introducing him.
Thanks for the suggestion Tim.I must say, while Shark Rider-Ghost Rider is all sorts of awesome the only that really forced my hand was Russian Bear Rider-Ghost Rider!
What about four-armed woman riding a burning dinosaur the head of which resembles male genitals?
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