Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Ghost Rider #0.1 for you to check out, after the jump.

GHOST RIDER #0.1 (APR110617)
From the newly exclusive creative team of writer Rob Williams and artist Matthew Clark,  Johnny Blaze has finally found a way to defeat the demon within and undo his pact for power. But can he allow himself to ‘Give Up The Ghost’? Find out in this special POINT ONE issue as Vengeance rides in a new direction and scorches the Marvel Universe like never before this June, only in Ghost Rider #0.1!

Ghost Rider #0.1 has a $2.99 cover price and arrives in stores on June 08, 2011.

via Marvel

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  1. ray
    May 8, 2011 at 10:04 am — Reply

    I always wonder if character like Ghost Rider, Alpha Flight, Namor… would work in a book like Dark Horse Presents. I think everyone likes these characters , but they don’t seem to ever sell well.

  2. A.J
    June 8, 2011 at 1:44 pm — Reply

    I’ve always been a fan of Ghost Rider and i’ve supported each volume. I to wonder if Ghost Rider may be more appropriate for publishers like Dark Horse or IDW, maybe even Image, seeing how they handle more obscure titles. It seems every time Marvel tries to get it going again, it has a good run for a while then it starts going under. Characters like this willl always be overshadowed by the likes of Wolverine, Spider-Man and Captain America. If history repeats itself again then Marvel should cut their losses and consider selling Ghost Rider to a more appropriate publisher, instead of putting it on hiatus time after time like always. i just think they should be more considerate of those who do read Ghost Rider.

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