Um, this comic isn't even written by Rick Remender! It's instead written by Rob Williams, who has most recently been butchering the Daken series... Hell, if I would have known Remender wasn't writing this story on his own, I'd have skipped all of the point issues and only read Venom #13 and #14!
Summary: While Dr. Strange and the suddenly not evil Daimon Hellstrom are investigating the sealed off, hell infested Las Vegas, Blackheart sends his evil mirror images of Venom, Red Hulk, X-23 and Bad-Ass Ghost Rider to attack the four heroes. Since this comic was written by Rob Williams and all, Venom, Red Hulk and X-23 are defeated by their evil, Hell-inspired dopplegangers, while Bad-Ass Ghost Rider is able to defeat hers, on account of her being so damn BAD-ASS! Blackheart is annoyed by that turn of events(he's not alone...), and offers Bad-Ass Ghost Rider a deal where she could work with him, but she's too, you guessed it, BAD-ASS to agree to such a deal. This issue ends with Strange and Hellstrom realizing that the seals holding Hell in Las Vegas was slowly eroding.
Thoughts: Meh. This wasn't a horrible comic or anything, it just should have been renamed Ghost Rider, since that's obviously who Williams wanted to push to the forefront here. I haven't liked the new Bad-Ass Ghost Rider from the start, and apparently I wasn't alone, as it was canceled after a piddly amount of issues. So naturally that makes her the main focus of this issue. Makes sense to me! Overall, even my annoyance with Bad-Ass Ghost Rider getting top billing couldn't hurt this story too much, as it's a solid story, with a solid villain, regardless of who's writing it.
Score: 7 out of 10.
That is EXACTLY my problem with X-23!! She's boring! That dialogue right there is brilliant!!