Anyway, Ghost Rider's debut in Marvel Spotlight No. 5 featured more costume changes than any other comic book I think I've ever seen. Part of the reason is that it jumps in time and covers a lot of exposition in different locales, so the characters have to look different to convey that.
If you weren't here when I launched this blog, you may have missed it, but you can catch up on the Ghost Rider page (and see color references for everything below). Once we get to where I left off, I will resume more in-depth commentary (mostly for my own amusement ~ this series is just full of comic book hilarity too good to pass up).
While I'm redrawing all the distinct pieces of clothing, I should probably note that I am not duplicating things that really require only a change in color. So, for example these yellow pants Roxanne is wearing ~ they are the same basic style and cut as a pair of brown pants and boots she will wear later on in the comic. Rather than draw both, you can just print more than one and color to your heart's content (or not). I definitely feel cheaty doing this (since in the original set I drew every bloody piece of clothing even if it was only just a color variation), but in the long run this just made more sense.