Alright, I've been neglecting the review group for two weeks, despite having bought the last two comics that were reviewed. So here are pellet reviews on the books from the last two sessions. I'll have a review for FC: Run #1 after I pick it up tonight (too busy yesterday to get it).
Ghost Rider #34: I have never really been a fan of Ghost Rider, and I only have a passing knowledge of what's going on in the current volume. This done-in-one, however, doesn't require any real knowledge of the character, outside of knowing that the guy on the bike is Ghost Rider and he kills demons. Not a lot of substance to the story, but the setup for the demon-of-the-month was well done, and the fight was nicely choreographed. I was not initially a fan of the art style, but Moore did a great job capturing the gruesomeness of the Highwayman and his rig, and the fight sequence looked great. While this issue wasn't anything spectacular, it was a fun, solid read, and was enough to make me think about adding Ghost Rider to my pull list.
Phonogram: The Singles Club #2: Despite having absolutely no idea of the backstory of this comic, I really enjoyed it. It was character driven, so despite not fully understanding the "phonomancer" plot device, I could relate to the emotional trauma that the main character was going through. This is the type of story that bears repeated reading, and I'd like to sit with it for a while again when I have time. The art was very, although I was not a fan of the coloring; it looked a little too slick and digital.