Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Hell Bent & Heaven Bound PDF


  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Hell Bent & Heaven Bound
  • Jason Aaron
  • English
  • 02 September 2019
  • 0785130179

10 thoughts on “Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Hell Bent & Heaven Bound

  1. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    You know how many people God kills in the Bible I mean, if you add up all the floods and plagues and fire n brimstone All the God Smote this, God Smote that you know how many people he kills Millions And what about the Devil The big scary Devil What do you think his body count comes to A paltry TEN The seven sons and three daughters of Job And that s only after making a bet with God Look it up Kinda raises a big question Between Heaven and Hell which one should we really be You know how many people God kills in the Bible I mean, if you add up all the floods and plagues and fire n brimstone All the God Smote this, God Smote that you know how many people he kills Millions And what about the Devil The big scary Devil What do you think his body count comes to A paltry TEN The seven sons and three daughters of Job And that s only after making a bet with God Look it up Kinda raises a big question Between Heaven and Hell which one should we really be afraid of Johnny Blaze aka Ghost RiderIf there s one character type Jason Aaron can write the shit out of, it s the mean surly type with a major chip on his shoulder The Punisher, Wolverine, Dash Bad Horse all fit the bill as does Johnny Blaze the Ghost Rider who, in this book, is after the guy who made him the Spirit of Vengeance s host And wouldn t you know it, it s the supposed good guys an angel called Zadkiel Blaze fires up his wheels and sets out to find a way to get to Heaven and settle the score And what better place to start looking than Aaron s favourite location in the world the American South Aaron s first Ghost Rider book is a bit of a product of its time It was published in 2008 during the great Grindhouse revival which today is well worn out but back then was still very much in So there are machine gun toting nurses galore, cannibal ghosts, and lots of crazy stunts gleefully peppering the book But as played out as Grindhouse is, this book is still so much fun to read It s a quintessential Jason Aaron book from the Southern setting to the angry loner lead to the excessive violence and joyful blaspheming throughout if you re a big fan of Aaron s like I am, you re gonna take to this like BBQ and beer The art is the only real weakness of the book Roland Boschi s work is fine but nothing special It s a bit too sketchy with the pencils and doesn t really live up to the rock n roll script Aaron delivers Tan Eng Huat draws a couple issues too and his art again is acceptable for a Marvel comic but I wanted some real fire on the page and I wasn t feeling it with Huat s pages It s loud, silly and ultimately throwaway but Jason Aaron s first Ghost Rider book is an enormously enjoyable read It s an energetic start to his run and I love the indicators for where he s taking the story Definitely worth checking out if you re a fan of the writer or the character


  2. Shannon Appelcline Shannon Appelcline says:

    So this is apparently the start of the back half of Ghost Rider v6 Having learned that an angel was manipulating his transformation into Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze decides to seek him out Beginning a six issue snipe hunt.That s perhaps a bit unfair to the book, but the plot really does spin its wheels Instead, the story s all about mood, which is one part Garth Ennis style violence and one part straight up horror It s not a bad look for Ghost Rider, other than the fact that the violence gets So this is apparently the start of the back half of Ghost Rider v6 Having learned that an angel was manipulating his transformation into Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze decides to seek him out Beginning a six issue snipe hunt.That s perhaps a bit unfair to the book, but the plot really does spin its wheels Instead, the story s all about mood, which is one part Garth Ennis style violence and one part straight up horror It s not a bad look for Ghost Rider, other than the fact that the violence gets pretty long in the tooth pretty quickly.Still, this is an intriguing volume, mainly for the question of where it s going I wouldn t mind having a nice omnibus of the run on the shelf next to a few of Marvel s other top horror comics


  3. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    Jason Aaron takes over the reins as writer for this volume, and so far I m impressed I personally think the Ghost Rider lore has gotten way too complicated, I liked it better when he was just the spirit of vengeance dealing out punishment to wrongdoers Now hes actually an angel and battling Heaven..it s just a little much for me That being said, it s still an entertaining read, particularly if you try not to think too much about the baggage and just concentrate on the current storyline Al Jason Aaron takes over the reins as writer for this volume, and so far I m impressed I personally think the Ghost Rider lore has gotten way too complicated, I liked it better when he was just the spirit of vengeance dealing out punishment to wrongdoers Now hes actually an angel and battling Heaven..it s just a little much for me That being said, it s still an entertaining read, particularly if you try not to think too much about the baggage and just concentrate on the current storyline Also, this volume seems to be taking GR back into horror rather than just super hero fiction, so that s a definite plus The art is fitting as well Not great, but good.I d recommend this volume to Ghost Rider fans for sure


  4. James James says:

    My only complaint is that the handlebars on Johnny Blaze s v twin are damned ridiculous Everything else the sexy machine gun toting nurses, the fifth generation cannibal guy, and of course the anti hero with the flaming skull head, were freaking awesome.


  5. Tyler Hayes Tyler Hayes says:

    The starting point of Jason Aaron s Ghost Rider run, this is the slightly grittier beginning to what winds up being a story with the highest possible stakes Aaron s writing is fantastic here, mixing gritty road stories and occult action and eschatological superhero weirdness into a heady, spicy stew that I adore every second of His art team follows suit, giving the Rider some truly amazing visuals to go with the bizarre plot though I will say they are often guilty of me not fully understandin The starting point of Jason Aaron s Ghost Rider run, this is the slightly grittier beginning to what winds up being a story with the highest possible stakes Aaron s writing is fantastic here, mixing gritty road stories and occult action and eschatological superhero weirdness into a heady, spicy stew that I adore every second of His art team follows suit, giving the Rider some truly amazing visuals to go with the bizarre plot though I will say they are often guilty of me not fully understanding what is going on in some panels If you like old EC horror comics or the 90s and 00s Prophecy End Of Days type of Biblical thrillers, and thought they might need some noir sensibilities and superhero high concept mixed in, you have found your comics match


  6. Ryan Fohl Ryan Fohl says:

    My first ghost rider book Exciting writing Reminds me of dusk till dawn or Buffy the vampire slayer, fun horror The artwork is great The ghost rider is such a compelling image flames, motorcycles, and skulls are just cool And nurses with guns are sexy fun I m not very into the character of Johnny blaze I suspect the ghost rider would be cooler if he couldn t speak Loved the Bible thumping ending.What I learned There are multiple towns in America named Bucksnort.


  7. Jerrad Jerrad says:

    Not great This is what happens when writers run out of ideas so they go back and expand the origin story at the expense of continuity As a huge fan of the Midnight Sons, the idea that an angel set all the spirits of vengeance stuff to take over heaven is pretty lame.


  8. Eric Mikols Eric Mikols says:

    Jason Aaron takes over the book and keeps it moving into the nutty, Vertigo ish direction I found myself laughing out loud during action beats and ridiculous one liners It s like a grindhouse picture with a budget.


  9. Joey Joey says:

    Interesting artwork that does not seem traditional to marvel books Classic Ghost Rider heaven versus hell, morality themes are played out here.


  10. Kurt Lorenz Kurt Lorenz says:

    20 23, Hell Bent and Heaven Bound, 24 25, God Don t Live on Cell Block D,


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Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Hell Bent & Heaven Bound➜ [Epub] ❧ Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Hell Bent & Heaven Bound By Jason Aaron ➦ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Through the years, Johnny Blaze has lost everything to the curse of the Ghost Rider his family, his life, even his soul But now, at long last, Johnny finally knows who s responsible for turning him in Through the years, Johnny Blaze Vol. 1: PDF ´ has lost everything to the curse of the Ghost Rider his family, his life, even his soul But now, at long last, Johnny finally knows who s responsible for turning him into a flame headed horror show on wheels, and he s hitting the road, looking for vengeance and answers but mostly just vengeance.


About the Author: Jason Aaron

Jason Aaron grew up in Vol. 1: PDF ´ a small town in Alabama His cousin, Gustav Hasford, who wrote the semi autobiographical novel The Short Timers, on which the feature film Full Metal Jacket was based, was a large influence on Aaron Aaron decided he wanted to write comics as a child, and though his father was skeptical when Aaron informed him of this aspiration, his mother took Aaron to drug stores, where he would purchase books from spinner racks, Ghost Rider PDF/EPUB ² some of which he still owns todayAaron s career in comics began in when he won a Marvel Comics talent search contest with an eight page Wolverine back up story script The story, which was published in Wolverine June , gave him the opportunity to pitch subsequent ideas to editorsIn , Aaron made a blind submission to DC Vertigo, who published his first major work, the Vietnam War story The Other Side which was nominated Rider Vol. 1: Kindle × for an Eisner Award for Best Miniseries, and which Aaron regards as the second time he broke into the industryFollowing this, Vertigo asked him to pitch other ideas, which led to the series Scalped, a creator owned series set on the fictional Prairie Rose Indian Reservation and published by DC VertigoIn , Aaron wrote Ripclaw Pilot Season for Top Cow Productions Later that year, Marvel editor Axel Alonso, who was impressed by The Other Side and Scalped, hired Aaron to write issues of Wolverine, Black Panther and eventually, an extended run on Ghost Rider that began in April His continued work on Black Panther also included a tie in to the company wide crossover storyline along with a Secret Invasion with David Lapham in In January , he signed an exclusive contract with Marvel, though it would not affect his work on Scalped Later that July, he wrote the Penguin issue of The Joker s AsylumAfter a issue stint on Wolverine in , Aaron returned to the character with the ongoing series Wolverine Weapon X, launched to coincide with the feature film X Men Origins Wolverine Aaron commented, With Wolverine Weapon X we ll be trying to mix things up like that from arc to arc, so the first arc is a typical sort of black ops story but the second arc will jump right into the middle of a completely different genre, In , the series was relaunched once again as simply Wolverine He followed this with his current run on Thor God of Thunder.