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The Thunderbolts’ psychologist, Moonstone, peels back the layers and delves into the mind and past of the brilliant and mysterious paranoid known only to the world as Ghost!

How did his war on the corporate system begin and what made him leave his humanity behind? Even his hardened criminal teammates will be forced to admit that some things are better left unknown.

Written by Jeff Parker
Art by Kev Walker
Cover by Greg Land

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 3.3%


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Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. ooooooh. exciting

  2. whats this a greg land cover that i can stand to look at

  3. Who can turn down a Ghost story?

  4. All caught up. This should be good.

  5. @Minion  No one, that’s who

  6. @RoiVampire  It’s scary that I was going to post the same exact comment that you did!

  7. For some odd reason the place where I’m buying comics online is trying to sell this to me for 3.99. =/

  8. @CountAbyss  

    It was originally solicited by Diamond at $3.99 in error. This was amended in a Diamond Retailers update. Sound like your retailer haven’t updated their stuff accordingly. 

  9. A 2nd straight Greg Land cover that looks really good?

    IT’S TOO EARLY FOR 2012!!

  10. ug it looks awful you kidding me?

  11. Okay looking at the cover more closely; Luke Cage looks like he is doing a fashion shoot for a magazine. Plus his mouth is really wide open.

    Other then that it’s a good cover. 

  12. Ghost is easily one of my favorite Marvel characters of all time.

    I like his design.

    I like his general personality.

    I like the few stories he has been prominent in.

  13. Dude, Greg Land totally traced that Swamp Thing from Swank magazine.  Whatta fraud!

  14. Loves me some Kev Walker art!

  15. This is my favorite book right now. Love it!

  16. I am so indifferent to this book. Charachters that make me want to read this book: Juggernaut and Man Thing. The rest? Eh.  This was a solid written story, but I prefer Diggle’s take on Ghost that has a lot of mystery behind it and not so much the dirty flies and sad story.  I just do not think this currently is a book for me, but it is well done.

  17. this has got to be the least amount of skin on a greg land cover, ever

  18. The more I learn about the Ghost, the more I like him. Parker needs to sic his ass on the Wall St thieves. Oh yeah!!

  19. This was an okay issue for the most part. It was nice to see Ghost’s origin but it wasn’t the strongest origin if that makes sense. I was expecting more then just what we got. But Kev Walker’s art sure is pretty.


  20. uh oh its not in my stack, back to the shop in the morning to pick this up!

  21. I hope they keep rotating the cast.  I’m looking forward to seeing how the new guy is going to fit in. 

  22. This was really good. Ghost just became so much more interesting.

  23. Were there backgrounds in this comic at all?

    Great story but I think I liked the mystery more. Well, there’s always the possibility he may be lying.

  24. Which Hyperion is this? There’s like eight different versions of the character.

  25. I love Ghost but this did nothing for me. It reminded me of that dated movie where Demi Moore sexually harassed Michael Douglas. I was hoping for a more radical Unabomber style origin.

  26. The last panel was good, the rest was snooze worthy.

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