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A series that stars the Night Rider, before his name was changed to the Phantom Rider. This is a reprint-series of the old Ghost Rider series, that starred the Night Rider as Ghost Rider before that name was given to Johnny Blaze, the motorcycle stuntman.
Reprint series of the first original Ghost Rider, with back-up stories of the Phantom Rider.
The Hulk gets caught up in an Inhuman dispute. A rogue group of Inhumans tried to dethrone Black Bolt but failed and were sentenced to banishment. After his run in with Lockjaw the Hulk was also sent there only to in turn free them when trying to free himself. Maximus seeing the groups potential decided to use them to try and dethrone his brother with the use of Romnar's Substance.
The first original Ghost Rider, a Western hero. His name got changed into Night Rider and later the Phantom Rider after the name Ghost Rider was given to Johny Blaze, the motorcycle stuntman.
As Daimon Hellstrom visits his mother's grave, John Blaze races across the Arizona desert to check on Roxanne in the hospital, however Blaze wipes out and gets in an accident and lands himself in a hospital bed. Meanwhile, Sam Silvercloud and Snake Dance recover the near comatose Witch Woman to find her still possessed by Satan. They call in Daimon Hellstorm to help out with his paranormal expertise. However, after the call, Witch-Woman revives and walks out searching for John Blaze.
Mary Shelley’s classic, resurrected in the mighty Marvel manner! The most spine-tingling read in English literature, Frankenstein tells the tale of the monstrosity in man and man's creation. In the Arctic wild, explorer Robert Walton IV uncovers the body of a creature too nightmarish for words. Behold, the monster of Victor Frankenstein!
The 'other' team band of soldiers with many colorful characters. It was a team much like Nick Fury and his Howling Commandos. The two teams even teamed up some times. This series was however not as popular as Nick Fury's team and was canceled after 9 issues.
A comic-book series featuring another team of colorful soldiers during World War Two, much like Nick Fury's Howling Commandos. The series ran from 1968 till 1970 with a total of 19 issues. The title's under scribe was changed from "Leatherneck Raiders" to "Battlefield Raiders" with issue 9. The indica remained the same however.