Monday, April 18, 2016

Jonah Hex and the Original Ghost Rider (Part 1)



I always liked the look of the original Ghost Rider (later called Night Rider, and Phantom Rider).  The all-white outfit complete with white mask, cape and hat riding on a white horse made for a great image and I am sure gave out a signal to bad guys that a there was a new force for good in the west.

This is only the first part of this tale, so make sure you come back for the thrilling conclusion tomorrow!

8 comments:

In the sky said...

Yippee-i-oh, yippee-i-ay!

Anonymous said...

@ In-the-sky:

Couldn't have said that better, myself. ;-D

Linneman said...

Very nice! I hope Six-Gun Gorilla makes it into one of your Western mashups someday.

Cary Comic said...

You mean, the gun-slinging simian that the Rawhide Kid once thought had the transplanted brain of a steampunk mad scientist?

Linneman said...

@Cary Comic: I don't know if the Rawhide Kid ever met 6GG...although I'd imagine word about that sort of thing tends to travel in the Old West...

Fobby Valentino said...

Please excuse me, don't mean to offend but is this Ghost Rider art from another cover or did you paint the entire cover yourself? It's awesome!!

Ross said...

Artists are listed in the Labels below each cover, in this case Dave Dorman.

Fobby Valentino said...

Thanks! Keep up the great work!

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