The Brimstone Biker

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SKU# 89336

The hand numbered, limited edition prints are signed by the artist and verified using Upper Deck's Five-Step Authentication Process.

Johnny Blaze was the original Ghost Rider, first appearing in Marvel Spotlight #5 in 1972. Only a year later he got his own self-titled run; Ghost Rider, which wrapped up in 1983 when the demon Zarathos fled Blaze’s body to pursue the villain Centurious. Johnny appeared several times after that and even got another self-titled run in 2006.

October’s Halloween inspired fine art print by Jason Shawn Alexander brings the terrifying Spirit of Vengeance to life with his iconic leather jacket, chains, and blazing skull.

The regular edition print features the Ghost Rider lurking in the shadows, surrounded by an ink splatter. The variant edition print illuminates the Brimstone Biker as he is consumed by the flames of Hell, ready to deliver the next wicked soul to Mephisto.

REGULAR TITLE: The Brimstone Biker
LIMITED EDITION OF: 250
SIGNED: By the Artist, Jason Shawn Alexander
HEIGHT: 24”
WIDTH: 18”
PRINTING PROCESS: Giclée
MATERIAL: 100% Cotton Archival 300GSM Paper
The Brimstone Biker

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Artist Jason Shawn Alexander
sku 89336
Paper Type White Cotton Archival White Paper
Print Method Giclée
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