Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Johnny Thunder and Ghost Rider in: "Same Name, Different Century!"



This cover serves as a follow-up to the recently posted STF #2148. When some visitors (including The Irredeemable Shag, (a Patron of this blog) requested to also pair the Western versions of these two heroes, it got my wheels turning.  I decided to make it a proper sequel (or prequel?) by featuring a vengeful Death-Stalker, who is clearly sore about being defeated the first time around.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe Supergirl and Ms. Marvel could meet the Johnny Thunders and Ghost Riders.

jackel said...

thanks, Ross for this great follow up and to caring about what your followers/readers suggest...
...you are as always, the best at what you do...

lissilambe said...

That is awesome! As one who commented on the original for just this idea, I thank you very much. Great look!

Take care
Don

The Irredeemable Shag said...

Gorgeous follow-up!! Better than i imagined. And I’m happy to be a patron. I get more joy from your daily posts than I do modern comics, so I’m happy to give you the money instead of Marvel or DC. Keep up the fantastic work!

Ross said...

Always appreciated, Shag! Glad folks seem to like this pre-sequel...

Cary Comic said...

Dear Ross: in the immortal words of a certain beer commercial?

BRILLIANT! :-D

jackel said...

Hey Ross, i had a thought...
...what about DC's Jonni Thunder aka Thunderbolt and from the PBS kids TV show Ghostwriter...
...that guess starred in 3 episodes one Samuel L. Jackson...

Michael Jones said...

I have always liked that version of Ghost Rider.

In a non sequitur moment, I just saw a trailer for Christopher Robin and a very well done CG Pooh. I thought a team up of Pooh, Paddington and Ted would be great, if you could find comic appearances of them.
Pit them against The Grizzly or Ursa Major perhaps.

jackel said...

...and don't forget Boris the Bear from Dark Horse comics...

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