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Ghost Rider Vol 3 12


Ghost Rider Vol 3 12

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Quote1 The Ghost Rider is more powerful that I remembered -- ! Quote2
-- Dr. Strange

Appearing in "Strange Tales"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


  • The Seven

Other Characters:

  • Charlie (Mugger)
  • Patrick (One of Zodiak's men)




Synopsis for "Strange Tales"Edit

Ghost Rider has been captured by Doctor Strange, who needs some of his hellfire to help Topaz[1]. Ghost Rider escapes and goes on to hunt Zodiak and finds one of his transfer stations, where the Seven are mystically sacrificing children. Ghost Rider is caught unprepared for the magic-powered guns that Zodiak has given his men, but Doctor Strange arrives and helps him. They seal up the dimensional rift, but the real Zodiak escapes again.

  • Includes letters written from Joel Talacko, Tristan Hancey, Michael Smith, Dave Cinelli, and Jacob Gilbert

  • No trivia.

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