This book teams writer Rick Remender with one of the best artists in the whole billuniverse that is the comics industry; Sean Gordon Murphy. He drew fictional universes fantastically in Vertigo Comics' Joe The Barbarian, and given enough creator room, he looks to do it all over again with Image.
Only this time, like Mad Max, Judge Dredd and all sci-fi tales worth telling, the hero has a bike. A REALLY big bike. As Image says;
TOKYO GHOST welcomes readers to the isles of New Los Angeles, 2189. Humanity has become nothing more than a sea of consumers, ravenous and starving wolves, sick from toxic contamination, who have to borrow, beg, and steal for the funds to buy, buy, buy their next digital fix. Getting a thrill, a distraction from reality, is the only thing left to live for. Entertainment is the biggest industry, the drug everyone needs, and gangsters run it all. And who do these gangsters turn to when they need the “law” enforced? Led Dent and Debbie Decay, constables of the law, which is a nice way to say “brutal killing machines.” The duo are about to be presented with an assignment that will force them out of the decay of LA and into the mysterious lost nation of Tokyo.