Ghost Rider v1 #2, 1951 - Obstructing the path of a demonic stagecoach, the Ghost Rider stands out in stark contrast to the background. Large fields of mostly primary colors flatten the picture plane, reducing the illusion of depth. Frank Frazetta integrates both the western and horror genres in his first of four covers. Despite the white horse's inaccurate stance, the artist's overall line work is impressive and distinctive. This is number 1 of 4 Ghost Rider issues with Frazetta art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Ghost Rider or Frazetta issues. See also this blog's Frazetta checklist or Top 10 Frazetta comics.
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