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* [[Hoss (Demon) (Earth-616)|Hoss]] {{1st}}
* [[Hoss (Demon) (Earth-616)|Hoss]] {{1st}}
* [[Kazann (Earth-616)|Kazann]] {{BTS}}
* [[Micah (Earth-616)|Kazann]] {{BTS}}
* [[Ruth (Angel) (Earth-616)|Ruth]] {{1st}}
* [[Ruth (Angel) (Earth-616)|Ruth]] {{1st}}
* Minions of Hell
* Minions of Hell

Revision as of 13:41, October 21, 2009

Quote1 A couple of years ago, they finally caught up with him. He rode like a lunatic, tried every move and trick he knew, but in the end they carried him away. You know the Inferno, Malachi; they always get their man. You've got to get the Ghost Rider out of Hell. Quote2
-- Daniel

Appearing in "The Road to Damnation" (Part I)

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


  • Hoss (First appearance)
  • Kazann (Behind the scenes)
  • Ruth (First appearance)
  • Minions of Hell
  • The Nightcomers
  • Blackpires
  • The Gutting Crew
  • The My Lai Air Cavalry
  • Womb-Squabs
  • The Shining Klan
  • The Gang of Nine
  • The Ribbon Kings
  • The Old Horned Gentry
  • The Rhymers

Other Characters:


  • Badlands
  • Judas' Neck
  • Drowned Masada


  • None


Synopsis for "The Road to Damnation" (Part I)

In Hell, Johnny Blaze, the Ghost Rider, rides to escape, with the hordes of Hell hot on his trail. But they catch him, and rend him limb from limb, as they always do every night. On Earth, Daniel and Malachi, two angels, are going over their plan to save Malachi from something he did. And now Kazann is loose on Earth, and they need to Ghost Rider to help. Too bad he's in Hell.


  • This series is awesome. Crain's art here is fantastic.


  • In one scene of this issue, Hoss is found singing the 1948 Sam Jones song, "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend". The Australian rock band Spiderbait performed a cover of this song which appeared in the 2007 Ghost Rider feature film. The song is played during Johnny Blaze's and Carter Slade's "ride" across the desert.

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