Ghost Omnibus Volume 1
Eric Luke Terry Dodson Scott Benefiel Paul Guinan Shepherd Hendrix Lee Moder George Dove H.M. Baker
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Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM By Eric Luke Terry Dodson Scott Benefiel Paul Guinan Shepherd Hendrix Lee Moder George Dove H.M. Baker

Ghost Omnibus Volume 1 features over 300 story pages of one of Dark Horse s signature and most compelling characters A complex tangle of mystery, vengeance, eroticism, and absolution, Ghost pushes the definition of hero to the farthest crumbling edge and includes a roster of top creative talents, including screenwriter Eric Luke and comics superstar artists Adam HughesGhost Omnibus Volume 1 features over 300 story pages of one of Dark Horse s signature and most compelling characters A complex tangle of mystery, vengeance, eroticism, and absolution, Ghost pushes the definition of hero to the farthest crumbling edge and includes a roster of top creative talents, including screenwriter Eric Luke and comics superstar artists Adam Hughes and Terry Dodson If you re already dead, you might as well make the best of it Someone brutally murdered reporter Elisa Cameron, but back from the grave as the spectral avenger Ghost, Elisa intends to find out who killed her and why and grab a double dose of.45 caliber payback But Ghost s journey to the truth follows a dark, twisted path, and the revelations she unearths may lead not to redemption, but damnation.
  • Title: Ghost Omnibus Volume 1
  • Author: Eric Luke Terry Dodson Scott Benefiel Paul Guinan Shepherd Hendrix Lee Moder George Dove H.M. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781593079925
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback

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Jason Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
There's a lot of lip service to feminist ideals here, but they seem to be cover for a pretty typical male revenge fantasy where we have to see women subjugated before they return the favor amid much violence. The whole "I'm wearing a skimpy outfit to distract men for a second longer so I can shoot them" business is pure BS. I don't know a self-actualized woman alive who would think that way. And GOOD GRIEF there is a lot of narration. I picked up a few issues of the reboot of the character a few [...]
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John Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I enjoyed Kelly Sue DeConnick's recent reboot of this character, so I thought I'd try reading the original series. What a horrible comic! It made my brain hurt and my soul feel icky. This tries to be a discourse on male sexual abuse of women but it turns out to be not just anti-male but anti-human. The T & A style artwork just makes things worse. All the characters here, including our heroine, are completely unlikable and act like morons. Also the story gets lost in seemingly endless and poi [...]
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Kayle Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
The pencil, inking, coloring, and lettering are all incredibly lovely. A+ artwork. But the story is relentlessly man-hating to the point where it made me roll my eyes more than once. I appreciate the effort here to outline women's oppression, but this was just tiresome.
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Marc Jentzsch Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
So I'm very torn on this book (and this review applies to all of the Omnibuses, 1-5). I remember picking up the very first issues of this back in the early 90s and this was the one character book that really jumped out at me, and not just for the obvious aesthetic reasons. She was the most compelling and felt the most original, particularly when placed alongside those released around her: Barb Wire and X.The book itself has a laudable goal (or so it seems without actually knowing Luke's intentio [...]
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C. Varn Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
This is such a mixed comic book, and it is not as good as I remember. In the superhero wars between Vertigo, early Image, and Dark Horse, Dark Horse was often the odd man out. Launching its Heroes (originally, with a tinge of hubris, World's Greatest Comics), Dark Horse moved away purely from indie titles (The Mask, Grendel) and franchise comics (Predator, Terminator, etc) and into competition with super hero comics. This created Barbed Wire, X, and Ghost. Ghost was one of the more original: a t [...]
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Steph Myers Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I'm actually surprised this has such a collective high rating. I found it in some parts laughably stereotypical. The story would be fine (women wakes dead, inexplicably angry and wants to find her killer - great premise), but they have pulled in every dorked-up misogynistic stereotype possible to fill the pages. The main character's anger at the woman-haters may be a part of the mystery, but her overdone, noir mental dialogue is sadly lacking in intellect and most of the time she (and her sister [...]
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Jessi Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I was drawn in by the art nouveau style of the cover artwork. The story is fast-paced and well written because otherwise I wouldn't have read all of it.I appreciate that the writers tried to make a complex female character, and I enjoyed that aspect of the book, but I thought its approach to sexuality and rape were really quite ham-fisted and depressing. Having big tits isn't a super-power to be used against men, her lack of autonomy made me quite fed up.I just couldn't get past the fact that it [...]
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Stephen Kelley Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
This tries to say something about feminism, but like most female empowerment books written by dudes, it looses itself almost immediately in some sort of fetishistic dominatrix fantasy stuff that undermines the whole thing. I gave it three stars because the story is interesting and the art is good.
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Audrey Hacker Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
This book was v "wow we are feminist!!" But also it was written by dudes and v sketchy so, what is the truth
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Lissibith Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Ghost is a weird book for me. I am having trouble deciding even what I think about it. Parts of it were visually lovely and as a character, I really like Elisa. But at times it felt awkward to read, and some of that wasn't alleviated, if it was, until the very end. Ghost is about a woman who wakes up dead. She doesn't know who she is or what happened, but she dedicates herself to vengeance not only on whoever did it, but just on asshole men in general. Her internal dialogue reads at times like a [...]
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Thaddeus Nowak Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I picked this up because started reading the Ghost series reboot that recently came out. The story line appealed to me and I wanted to see what had already been done.The main character, Elisa, has a strong internal struggle as well as external ones. I think that may be one of the aspects that drew me to the series.The art is well drawn and while the villains are somewhat typical of comic books, with a quick introduction and right into violence, they were a match in some way for Elisa.I will cont [...]
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Jean Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I read this in college. Actually, I had at one point owned a few editions of the comic book before the local comic store stopped ordering them. Anyway, during this time I had been looking for strong female protagonists in anything that I was reading and this was one of them. I look forward to reacquainting myself with this series though I'm really more partial to Japanese style comics than I am of other styles.
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Ned Leffingwell Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
I enjoyed this volume. Ghost is a supernatural superhero series from Dark Horse comics. This omnibus collects the first issues from the 90's series. I enjoyed the supernatural supers aspect. Many Dark Horse characters make cameos, such as Barbed Wire and King Tiger. The main character even battles a Predator. The art is nice. This comic definitely has a 90's vibe to it, as there are guns and a city full of decay.
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Chris Lemmerman Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Fantastic. An impulse buy I'll never regret, this series reminded me why I love comics. Well written stories that build to a satisfying conclusion with some dangling plot threads left for volume 2, which I will track down ASAP. Some great artwork too, which never goes too far with Ghost's sex appeal or too far into the realm of 90s madness.
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Reviewer from Terra Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Ghost is Elisa cameron, one of the superhumans of the grim city of Arcadia, grew out of dark horses world's greatest heroes imprint. this first omnibus is filed with excellent stories and artwork and I'm not spoiling anything.
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Johan Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Mixed bag, some good stories and some confusing ones.
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Karl Burnett Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
2.5 actually. Ok. But not great.
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j.a.fielding Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Book oneInteresting character and art style looking forward to more. Story had a bit of every thing.Also try ghost hellboy crossover
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harlequin Stephanie Nov 20, 2018 - 07:24 AM
Started out mediocre, ended up spiraling downward into weirdness.
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Ghost Omnibus Volume 1 By Eric Luke Terry Dodson Scott Benefiel Paul Guinan Shepherd Hendrix Lee Moder George Dove H.M. Baker Ghost Omnibus Volume 1 features over 300 story pages of one of Dark Horse s signature and most compelling characters A complex tangle of mystery, vengeance, eroticism, and absolution, Ghost pushes the definition of hero to the farthest crumbling edge and includes a roster of top creative talents, including screenwriter Eric Luke and comics superstar artists Adam HughesGhost Omnibus Volume 1 features over 300 story pages of one of Dark Horse s signature and most compelling characters A complex tangle of mystery, vengeance, eroticism, and absolution, Ghost pushes the definition of hero to the farthest crumbling edge and includes a roster of top creative talents, including screenwriter Eric Luke and comics superstar artists Adam Hughes and Terry Dodson If you re already dead, you might as well make the best of it Someone brutally murdered reporter Elisa Cameron, but back from the grave as the spectral avenger Ghost, Elisa intends to find out who killed her and why and grab a double dose of.45 caliber payback But Ghost s journey to the truth follows a dark, twisted path, and the revelations she unearths may lead not to redemption, but damnation.

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