Source: SDCC EXCLUSIVE: DeConnick, Sebela & Sook Launch "Ghost" Ongoing
The success of last year’s mini-series Ghost: In the Smoke and Din paved the way for Ghost to return this November in an all-new ongoing series from Dark Horse Comics. Mini-series writer Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Avengers Assemble) returns to the haunted character bringing along co-writer Christopher Sebela (Captain Marvel) for the ride. Ryan Sook (Arkham Asylum: Living Hell, Spectre) replaces Phil Noto on art duties as a sure fit for the supernatural noir stories that are bound to be a staple for this new series.
In a interview with Comic Book Resources DeConnick and Sebela indicate that the new ongoing will be a a lead in from last year’s Ghost mini-series. You can read more from these two in their exclusive interview provided at the source link on this page.
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