Hooray! Johnny Blaze is back in the book! I just love the way Williams writes Blaze, he’s surprisingly funny. It was also great to see him use his hellfire gun again, it’s like the 90s! This issue returned us to the plot-threads Williams introduced in #1, Adam is back on the scene, and what Alejandra did to those people in Nicaragua hasn’t been forgotten. Hawkeye worked really well as a guest appearance, and his back-and-forth banter with Blaze was really funny, especially the cracks about Bowie. I think what made me like this issue the most was that Williams brought in some of the over-the-top zaniness of Jason Aaron’s run, the villains that Alejandra and Blaze faced were just hilarious, especially when one of them is dead. The fight between them was insane, but that’s the beauty of Ghost Rider, it can go from the crazy to the dark, and the last page certainly was dark. I don’t really believe that Hawkeye has killed Alejandra, but it was a brilliant moment.