Marvel Comics helps us round out the week with a sneak peek at Ghost Rider #10, hitting stands April 11. The company also tells us the series and recent trade paperback have been selling out at Diamond Comics Distributors.

Daniel Way continues to write the Ghost Rider that fans have been clamoring for, combining elements of both the supernatural and macabre mixed with super hero action. Artists Javier Saltares and Mark Texeira have turned in art every bit as good as when they put Ghost Rider back on the map in the early 90s. Plus, horror master Richard Corben provided art on issues #6 and #7, adding even more spine-tingling visuals for the hit series.

Executive Editor Axel Alonso says, “Daniel Way has breathed hellfire back into Ghost Rider. The ongoing is tearing along, sales are great, and we’ve got some of the craziest, most dedicated fans in the business. Look for the series to get even hotter as Daniel Way digs deeper into the Ghost Rider’s roots and unearths some truly cosmos-shattering revelations. There’ll be more than Hell to pay.”

You can check out the five page preview and a cover preview for issue #12 after the jump.

Here’s how Marvel describes issue #10:
The Spirit of Vengeance must face a resurrected super-villain casualty of Civil War possessed by the devil himself!

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Issue #10 goes on sale April 11 for $2.99.


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