What if DC Published Marvel Characters in the ’60s: GHOST RIDER EDITION


We’ve done, Spider-Man. We’ve done Captain America. Now it’s Ghost Rider’s turn in What if DC Published Marvel Characters in the ’60s?

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— What if DC Published Marvel Characters in the ’60s: SPIDER-MAN EDITION. Click here.

— What if DC Published Marvel Characters in the ’60s: CAPTAIN AMERICA EDITION. Click here.

KERRY CALLEN spent much of his career as an artist and art director, developing product for Hallmark, but has also dabbled in comics for many years. As a freelancer, he creates work for a range of needs, spanning from Mad Magazine to children illustrations. He has two graphic novels available on Amazon worldwide, Halo and Sprocket: The Definitive Collection, as well as Dirtnap: Mystic Spit.

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  1. Heh. There’s a certain irony in the fact that Marvel now does stuff like “future (Cosmic) Ghost Rider” for real.

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  2. Kerry is a treasure!

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  3. I wish this comic actually existed.

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  4. I’m with Kelly. I would read the heck out of that 80-pager. (And I hope Kerry revisits this ‘genre’ again. Hilariously awesome.)

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  5. Ummm…

    Hasn’t Marvel DONE all of those?

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    • Maybe. Some of the things posted here are my older works. I originally did this in 2010.

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