Ghost Rider comic books issue 16
Part 3 of 4 - "Changes!" Guest-starring Spider-Man. Written by Howard Mackie. Art by Mark Texeira. NOTE: This story picks up after the events of Spider-Man (1990) #7. Recent events have pushed the Ghost Rider, especially his host Danny Ketch, to his limits. So, can a weakened Rider and Johnny Blaze stop the mad Hobgoblin? Over Spider-Mans dead body. But why would Spidey stand in their way? The answer may surprise you. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.75.
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- Paper: White
- Slab: Standard, no notable issues
- Label #2121420001
"Blood in the Waters!" Story by Bill Mantlo. Art by George Tuska and Vince Colletta. Cover by Bob Brown and Dave Cockrum. A boating accident sets the Spirit of Vengeance against the deadliest creature to ever swim in the ocean - the Great White Shark! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: The letters page also contains Marvel Value Stamp series B #3: the Human Torch. Spider-Man stars in a one-page Hostess ad, "The Kidnap Caper." And a letter to the editor from David Lynch (no, no, not the film director). Cover price $0.25.
Written by Howard Mackie. Art by Henry Martinez and Keith Williams. Cover by Henry Martinez and Malcolm Jones III. Zarathos; Zarathos defeats John Blaze, Ghost Rider, Vengeance and Caretaker as soon as he is reborn, but when he can't remember anything he grows furius, lashes out at everything around him and collapses; Caretaker and the others pick up Mrs. Ketch and retreat to "The Nightclub" (where the Blood hang out and where Seer has taken the remaining members of Quentin's Carnival); There Caretaker continues to reveal to John Blaze, Dan Ketch and Michael Badilino their heritage; Zarathos still does not know who he is and after he defeats Centerius again Lilith tries to convince him that she is his mother; Caretaker takes John, Ghost Rider and Vengeance to fight Zarathos and Ghost Rider manages to defeat him when he taps into the Medallion of Power; Zarathos, Lilith, Pilgrim and Nakota are drawn away into another dimension. Road to Vengeance crossover. Continues from Ghost Rider #43 and in Nightstalkers #14. 36 pages, full color. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.
Ghost Rider, Doom's official Sheriff of Transverse City, crashes Max Synergy's club to stop the drug White Heat--and finds a thousand Ravers waiting to dance on his cybernetic skull! Written by Len Kaminski. Art by Ashley Wood. Cover by Ashley Wood and Jim Daly. Cover price $1.95.
REVELATIONS: PART 3 of 6 - Written by DANIEL WAY Art by JAVIER SALTARES & MARK TEXEIRA Cover by MARK TEXEIRA With only a few 'pieces' of Lucifer left to destroy, Ghost Rider comes face-to-face with 'the one that got away'...as well as the fact that he can't do anything to stop him! With the lives of innocent children hanging in the balance, Ghost Rider must race against the clock to save both them and-as if that weren't enough-the entire mortal plane, as well! Meanwhile, two new combatants have entered the fray: Vraniel and Emmael. Ghost Rider needs help--but are they the answer to his prayers? They are, after all, angels... Cover price $2.99.
Cover by Andy Smith. Reprints Ghost Rider (1973 1st Series) #8. The bizarre Inferno is introduced, and he has it in for Ghost Rider. Meanwhile, Roxanne keeps busy in Hell. Written by Tony Isabella. Art by Jim Mooney and Sal Trapani. Cover price $1.75.
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UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 9p cover price. "Blood in the Waters!" Story by Bill Mantlo. Art by George Tuska and Vince Colletta. Cover by Bob Brown and Dave Cockrum. A boating accident sets the Spirit of Vengeance against the deadliest creature to ever swim in the ocean - the Great White Shark! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: The letters page also contains Marvel Value Stamp series B #3: the Human Torch. Spider-Man stars in a one-page Hostess ad, "The Kidnap Caper." And a letter to the editor from David Lynch (no, no, not the film director).