History Comicbook / GhostRider

2nd Apr '17 8:58:21 AM alex226
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* PostModernMagic: Ghost Riders have triumphed over things such as enchanted drills designed to penetrate spirit barriers, demonic truck driving human traffickers and {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s trying to rid the Earth of sin by blasting it with hellfire from a space station.

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* PostModernMagic: PostModernMagik: Ghost Riders have triumphed over things such as enchanted drills designed to penetrate spirit barriers, demonic truck driving human traffickers and {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s trying to rid the Earth of sin by blasting it with hellfire from a space station.
21st Mar '17 6:40:32 PM NightShade96
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* MoralityGuidedAttack: Ghost Rider's Penance Stare makes the target feel all the pain and suffering they've caused innocents over the course of their life.
18th Mar '17 10:42:21 PM dsneybuf
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The second Ghost Rider is Daniel Ketch, actually the half-brother of Johnny Blaze. He first appeared in ''"Ghost Rider''" vol. 2 #1 (May, 1990). When attacked by thugs to protect his sister Barbara, a touch to his sister's pendant suddenly bonded him with a spirit [[spoiler:Kale]], turning him into the new Ghost Rider. Johnny took note of this and eventually became Dan's BigBrotherMentor of sorts in his adventures.

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The second Ghost Rider is Daniel Ketch, actually the half-brother of Johnny Blaze. He first appeared in ''"Ghost Rider''" vol. 2 #1 (May, 1990). When attacked by thugs to protect his sister Barbara, a touch to his sister's pendant suddenly bonded him with a spirit [[spoiler:Kale]], Kale, turning him into the new Ghost Rider. Johnny took note of this and eventually became Dan's BigBrotherMentor of sorts in his adventures.
13th Mar '17 12:51:08 PM Xtifr
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* AwesomeMcCoolName: Johnny Blaze. "John Blaze" is a slang term ''meaning'' "cool", but became such long after the character's creation.



* JohnnyMcCoolName: Johnny Blaze. "John Blaze" is a slang term ''meaning'' "cool", but became such long after the character's creation.
26th Feb '17 6:52:29 PM themisterfree
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** He's also made a few cartoon appearances- a few in the 90s Marvel cartoons (a quick cameo in ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' in Gambit's memories, a longer cameo in ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFour'' (helping the FF and Thor to stop ''Galactus''!), and a full-fledged BackdoorPilot in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibleHulk''- he was also supposed to appear in ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', but that didn't happen), and more recently in ''WesternAnimation/HulkAndTheAgentsOfSMASH''.
22nd Feb '17 2:01:41 AM Amon_Ra
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* CelestialParagonsAndArchAngels:Uri-El, a pretty good guy, was the first of these we were introduced to. Others like Malachi and Zadkiel turned evil. Ruth is completely detached from the people she's supposed to be defending but hasn't gone far enough out of line to be demoted yet. The black hosts are mostly good and even save the Ghost Rider once when he was in trouble but some of them remain loyal to their superiors, even after they have {{Fallen| Angel}}.

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* CelestialParagonsAndArchAngels:Uri-El, CelestialParagonsAndArchAngels: Uri-El, a pretty good guy, was the first of these we were introduced to. Others like Malachi and Zadkiel turned evil. Ruth is completely detached from the people she's supposed to be defending but hasn't gone far enough out of line to be demoted yet. The black hosts are mostly good and even save the Ghost Rider once when he was in trouble but some of them remain loyal to their superiors, even after they have {{Fallen| Angel}}.{{Fallen|Angel}}.
15th Jan '17 2:20:24 PM ScrewySqrl
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In 2007 a [[Film/GhostRider]] film was released with a composite version of the character.

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In 2007 a [[Film/GhostRider]] film [[Film/GhostRider film]] was released with a composite version of the character.
15th Jan '17 2:19:55 PM ScrewySqrl
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In 2007 a [[Film/GhostRider]] film was released with a composite version of the character.
8th Jan '17 2:38:27 PM nombretomado
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Has recently been added to the cast of characters in UltimateMarvel: Ultimate Ghost Rider is also named Johnathon "Johnny" Blaze, but is here an ordinary guy with a love of biking who was biking across the country with his new fiancee-turned-wife, Alicia, when they ran into a group of fellow bikers in a bar. They seemed friendly enough; they were actually Satanists who murdered Johnny and his wife in a ritual HumanSacrifice to achieve great wealth, power and success in their life thereafter. (It worked; one of them is ''vice-president of America'' by the time Ultimate Ghost Rider appears). In Hell, Johnny barters his soul to Satan and is transformed into Ghost Rider, appearing on Earth and resurrecting his former wife to live a happy life without him in exchange for killing first the Satanists who killed him, then any other sufficiently evil soul he can find, all to help empower Satan's army.

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Has recently been added to the cast of characters in UltimateMarvel: ComicBook/UltimateMarvel: Ultimate Ghost Rider is also named Johnathon "Johnny" Blaze, but is here an ordinary guy with a love of biking who was biking across the country with his new fiancee-turned-wife, Alicia, when they ran into a group of fellow bikers in a bar. They seemed friendly enough; they were actually Satanists who murdered Johnny and his wife in a ritual HumanSacrifice to achieve great wealth, power and success in their life thereafter. (It worked; one of them is ''vice-president of America'' by the time Ultimate Ghost Rider appears). In Hell, Johnny barters his soul to Satan and is transformed into Ghost Rider, appearing on Earth and resurrecting his former wife to live a happy life without him in exchange for killing first the Satanists who killed him, then any other sufficiently evil soul he can find, all to help empower Satan's army.
8th Jan '17 11:25:37 AM nombretomado
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One of the more badass heroes of the ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}'' setting was a deceased hacker, who got uploaded into a skeletal cybernetic body, with optional holographic flames. ''Comicbook/GhostRider2099'' was a moderate success, with a strong anti-authority message.

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One of the more badass heroes of the ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}'' ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' setting was a deceased hacker, who got uploaded into a skeletal cybernetic body, with optional holographic flames. ''Comicbook/GhostRider2099'' was a moderate success, with a strong anti-authority message.



** In ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}'' timeline, this includes a cybernetic version of the ''Ghost Rider itself''!

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** In ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}'' ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' timeline, this includes a cybernetic version of the ''Ghost Rider itself''!
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