(2000)

Dark Horse, 2000 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
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Pages
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On-sale Date
2000
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
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Brand
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ISBN
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Barcode
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Color
color
Dimensions
standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock
cardstock cover; glossy interior
Binding
softcover
Publishing Format
collected edition

Issue Notes

Parts of this issue are reprinted:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Ghost / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Ryan Benjamin (signed)
Inks
Ryan Benjamin (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]
Reprints

No World So Dark (Table of Contents: 1)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christian Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Peter Neville; Ghosthunters (villains); Trouvaille (villain); Concordia Leveche (cameo); Crux (cameo flashback); Earl Cameron (cameo flashback); June Deerlane-Cameron (cameo flashback); Silhouette (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Trouvaille sends the Ghosthunters to capture Ghost at her home in the crypt. She resists until she discovers that they have already captured her sister, Margo. Trouvaille promises that if she gives herself up, he will spare Margo and show her the video tape that recorded her death. As Elisa is processing all of this, a mysterious woman shows up and claims that Ghost isn't really a ghost.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christain Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Tonight began with an act of justice.
Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Concordia Leveche; Nicola Provenzano; Jennifer Reading; Ghosthunters (villains); Trouvaille (villain); The Shades (villains); Silhouette (cameo)
Synopsis
Concordia continues to insist that Elisa isn't a real ghost. She introduces her to Nicky, the genuine article, as well as a group of displaced spirits whose bodies have been stolen and possessed. Ghost invades Trouvaille's lab to rescue her sister, Margo, but finds herself confronted by Margo's evil alter ego, Silhouette.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christain Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I seem to spend a lot of time in graveyards these days.
Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Furies [Focus; Kinetic; Frenzy]; Ghosthunters (villains); Trouvaille (villain); Silhouette (villain); Archibald Scythe (villain); Cameron Nemo; Concordia Leveche (cameo flashback); Nicola Provenzano (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Ghost battles Silhouette whom she thought was the evil aspect of her sister. She learns, however, that Trouvaille has used science to pull Margo's spirit from her body so that Silhouette could possess it. Elisa's sister is now also a ghost. Trouvaille shows Elisa the tape of her "death" and she learns that she was not the victim but the killer. She also watches footage of Trouvaille trying to pull her soul from her body. Ghost escapes, takes down Silhouette and rescues her sister with a little help from the Furies. She is suspicious, however, as Focus appeared on the video tape.
Reprints

[Stare at the Sun Part 1] (Table of Contents: 4)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christian Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Concordia Leveche; Peter Neville; Furies [Focus; Kinetic; Frenzy; Mindgame]; Silhouette (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Ghost has to save Margo and Concordia from the Furies, women she thought of as her closest friends and allies. She also learns that her boyfriend, Peter, is part of their intricate plot. Elisa confronts Focus and learns that she was once a Fury herself and her "ghost" powers are the result of an experiment in intangibility--an experiment that went wrong. Focus claims that she was at the procedure where Trouvaille tried to rip Elisa's soul from her body as an undercover agent, trying to protect her friend. This seems a tad disingenuous, however, when Focus calls her men in to capture Ghost.
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Stare at the Sun Part 2 (Table of Contents: 5)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christian Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Concordia Leveche; Nicola Provenzano; Peter Neville; Focus; Archibald Scythe (cameo); Cameron Nemo (cameo); Trouvaille (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Ghost is betrayed by Focus and captured, but a mysterious lover whom she doesn't remember helps her escape. Elisa confronts Peter about the charade of their relationship (he was working with the Furies the entire time) but he claims to have developed true feelings for her. Elisa and Concordia track down Scythe but discover that he is being possessed by Nemo.
Reprints

Stare at the Sun Part 3 (Table of Contents: 6)

Ghost / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Warner
Pencils
Christian Zanier
Inks
Steve Moncuse
Colors
Chris Chalenor; Daniel Jackson (separations)
Letters
Steve Haynie

Genre
superhero
Characters
Ghost [Elisa Cameron]; Margo Cameron; Concordia Leveche; Archibald Scythe (villain, death); Cameron Nemo (villain)
Synopsis
Ghost traps Nemo in hell and has a final confrontation with Scythe.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Ghost
  2. 1. No World So Dark
    Ghost
  3. 2. ["Tonight began with an act of justice."]
    Ghost
  4. 3. ["I seem to spend a lot of time in graveyards these days."]
    Ghost
  5. 4. [Stare at the Sun Part 1]
    Ghost
  6. 5. Stare at the Sun Part 2
    Ghost
  7. 6. Stare at the Sun Part 3
    Ghost
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  • Jim Van Dore