Aquaman Annual #2 & Ghost Rider #5
Everybody yell, “TEAM-UP!” DC may often produce huge collaborations of your favourite superheroes and villains, from issues of Justice League, Justice League of America, Doom Patrol or even events such as the recent Multiversity, Forever Evil and classics like Crisis on Infinite Earths.
A team-up issue, where two characters pair off to fight a threat bigger than them but not that big they require a full super-team, has often been more of Marvel’s forte – but not exclusively. DC have always made a point of showcases some of the greatest buddy titles or ‘odd couple’ combinations such as Green Lantern/Green Arrow, Superman/Batman and, as this review shows, Aquaman/Wonder Woman.
Another unusual team-up, so to speak, is that of Ghost Rider. Even though he or she is often an individual character, the main protagonist is possessed by the demon, Zarathos; a creature plagued to walk the Earth righting the wrongs of those unable to do so their self.