Written by Jude Terror
on Saturday, October 12 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Marvel announced a new Ghost Rider series at the "Events, Events, and More Events" panel at New York Comic Con today.
Revealing another of their 500 teasers today, Marvel announced a new ongoing Ghost Rider series by Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore. The news comes as a shock to fans who were hoping the teaser, titled Overdrive, would be the long-awaited comic book adaptation of the Stephen King movie Maximum Overdrive, in which a bunch of angry anthropomorphic trucks terrorize a local truck stop.
"Aw man," said one fan, who was wearing an AC/DC 'Who Made Who?' t-shirt in anticipation of the announcement.
Marvel didn't have any other information to reveal about the book, forcing us to make up something completely ridiculous. Ghost Rider will be in stores in March.
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