Marvel Comics Presents #98-99 (1992): Ghost Rider

A two-issue Ghost Rider, and the second (of many) GR tales in MCP.  He and Wolverine actually start splitting the book, with two covers (one on the “front” and the other on the “back” of the book) and a “flip” in the middle, so that either character can be face-out on the newsstand.

Dan Slott is the author, playing with the Danny Ketch character and pitting him against D’Spayre.  Actually…


The story is told across two issues of MCP and is one of four stories in each issue, so it is actually half a comic—16 pages. Not much here.

As with most Slott tales, it’s got a humorous bent.  Like when Ghost Rider tries to penance-stare the D’Sprytes, but they love the pain.

The creatures are never seen again. Too bad.

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