Felipe Smith & Tradd Moore Talk All-New Ghost Rider with Chris Arrant

Cartoonists Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore have been blowing up the creator-owned scene with their own comics, so when I learned they were hired by Marvel to create an all-new, muscle-car-fueled reinvention of Ghost Rider, I was psyched. Ever since it was announced, I’d been pestering the two (and Marvel) to allow me behind-the-scenes access to the formulation of Robbie Reyes and the gearhead Ghost Rider, and now they have. I interviewed Smith and Moore for Newsarama, and we spoke in-depth about this design, going into the new elements shaking up the G.R. status quo, as well as a few callbacks to previous Riders, including the great Mike Ploog design. –Chris

Read the Full Interview at Newsarama

5 comments to “Felipe Smith & Tradd Moore Talk All-New Ghost Rider with Chris Arrant”
  1. ‘What if Death joined Daft Punk? What if Satan became a Power Ranger? What if Speed Racer went to hell and came back a slasher villain? What would that look like?’

    I love his thought process here. It’s definitely a great way to breathe some fire into an old character.

  2. I like the design but I find it a little ironic that the first Ghost Rider to have a Kamen Rider-esque helmet is one not riding a bike.

  3. It’s beautiful, it’s designed, it’s conceptual… I should love this but don’t. Blade’s car, Ichigo’s mask. It’s not mystical nor hellish (at least not in a universe with any human torch). It’s also going to work far worst then a bike or horse because of character exposure.and figting

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