A Review: GHOST #9

The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of GHOST #9 from Dark Horse Comics. The story is written by Chris Sebela, pencils by Harvey Tolibao, inks by Keith Champagne, with colors by Dan Jackson, and letters by Richard Starkings and Comicraft.

Elisa Cameron (AKA Ghost) has her memories back, but now she lacks purpose in her life. As if on cue, a path is presented to her – one that Elisa is excited to take. The question is will Tommy, Vaughn (each having their own agenda), and Sloane be willing to walk that path with her? And will Elisa be comfortable dealing with the Ghost?

A corner is turned in this issue as the Elisa/Ghost becomes a hero/defender of the innocent. It doesn’t look Elisa will have an easy time with trying to keep control over Ghost. The Ghost wants to kill, and that’s not something Elisa wants to do.  Chris Sebela has done an awesome job with this book since going solo, and it shows no signs of stopping. This issue is a great jumping on point for new readers and you won’t regret the decision.

GHOST #9 is in stores now, or available for ordering at www.darkhorse.com.