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Ghost Rider / Captain America: FEAR Comic – 1992
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Ebenezer Laughton, aka the Scarecrow, has broken away from some mysterious surgeons who have granted him the ability to biochemically instill fear in others, as well as increased his strength and endurance. News gets out that the Scarecrow is on the loose in New York City, and his adversary Captain America is on his trail. When the Scarecrow wounds and captures police officer Stacy Dolan, Dan Ketch, the Ghost Rider, is drawn into the fray. While the story does provide some development for the main characters in the Ghost Rider series, as well as a hint of "what's next" for the Scarecrow, there's no real conclusion, and no answers to be had.
Lee Weeks' art looks fantastic, somewhat resembling the more detailed work of Mike Mignola circa Fafhrd & The Grey Mouser. It's definitely the high point of this book. This story did get me interested in checking out Ghost Rider again, but it's more to fill in the gaps than anything else.