Yes, as a non fan of the character and his universe I absolutely loved the entire thing.
The art can be hit or miss though.
I'm thinking of getting the Jason Aaron Ghost Rider Omnibus, is his run any good?
"At the end of the day, it's just comic books." - Keith Giffen
Yeah. It's great for both fans and non-fans.
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It's my favorite thing he's done at Marvel. Can't really read Ghost Rider without him, none of the other runs seem even half as crazy.
He had some odd things he had to pay off from Daniel Way's run but he infused the character with some sheer badassery despite all that.
I get this all the time. They say, "You really hate Daredevil. Look how mean you are to Daredevil." I'm like, "Would you really buy a book about him enjoying a sandwich? 'What a great sandwich. I'm going to eat this for 22 pages, and I'm going to be so happy.'" I may do it just to prove a point. Have Wolverine going, "This is the best bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich I've ever had in my life!"
It makes the character a viable, readable character. It starts very b-horror movie and becomes a huge story with a ton of biblical things tied in... its a really well done and enjoyable read. My only problem is I really cant stand Huets art, but the story kept me reading through it.
Originally Posted by Your pal, JimOriginally Posted by NickT