While Ghost Rider ... Another 'Kev' series from Wildstorm, featuring Carlos Ezquerra's best art in years a third Punisher special, 'The Tyger,' drawn by John Severin 'Nick Fury in World War Two,' six issues by Darick Robertson a four-issue 'JLA Classified' arc featuring Tommy Monaghan, effectively the lost Hitman story a new book from Avatar called 'Wormwood,' starring the Antichrist (he gets a bad rap) 'Back to Brooklyn,' a crime book with Jimmy Palmiotti a new creator-owned ongoing book with Darick Robertson, 'The Boys' a western called 'Trail of Tears'-- a much darker, more brutal book than the one about to come out and just started writing a new limited series for Axel Alonso at Marvel. Very pleased with it so far. Finally, of course, there's the regular 'Punisher' book, which is just about to start a new storyline, 'The Slavers.' Frank Castle, the character I was born to write. Who'da thunk it
isn't actually a MAX book, it doesn't mean I don't push my luck whenever and wherever I can. I'm never really trying to outdo myself what I want is to keep coming up with different ideas, not necessarily wilder ones. But you'll see some pretty feisty stuff in this series Kazann gets up to all sorts of horrors, Hell literally breaks loose in Texas and Ruth causes some serious carnage once she gets going. There's the aforementioned Buttview, too.
To begin with, this Ghost Rider is tied to previous incarnations primarily through the body he possesses, namely Johnny Blaze. Aside from that, it doesn't really follow any previous series, ... We hit the ground running, no looking back. His sins finally caught up with him, as you'll see in the first issue.