History Comicbook / GhostRider

24th Jul '17 12:09:06 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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!!!Alternate universe versions of Ghost Rider:

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!!!Ghost Rider in other media:

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!!''Ghost Rider'' provides the examples of:

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24th Jul '17 12:08:29 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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There are also several alternate universe versions of Ghost Rideer.

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There are also several alternate !!!Alternate universe versions of Ghost Rideer.
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Has recently been added to the cast of characters in 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.

In 2007, a [[Film/GhostRider film]] was released with a composite version of the character played by Creator/NicolasCage. It received a sequel called ''Ghostrider: Spirits of Vengeance''.

After Marvel Studios regained the rights to the character, Robbie was introduced to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse in 2016, played by Gabriel Luna in Season 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. Robbie's origin in the series also features an unnamed biker Ghost Rider.

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Has recently been added to the cast of characters in 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.

!!!Ghost Rider in other media:
In 2007, a [[Film/GhostRider film]] featuring Johnny Blaze was released with a composite version of the character played by Creator/NicolasCage. It received a sequel called ''Ghostrider: Spirits of Vengeance''.

After Marvel Studios regained the rights to the character, Robbie was introduced to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse in 2016, played by Gabriel Luna in Season 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. Robbie's origin flashback in the series also features an unnamed biker Ghost Rider.
24th Jul '17 12:04:35 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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The first is Johnathon "Johnny" Blaze, who first appeared in ''"Marvel Spotlight''" #5 (August, 1972). A stunt motorcyclist who trained under his dead father's friend Craig "Crash" Simpson. He also became the fiancee of Crash's daughter Roxanne. His mother was alive, as well, but she abandoned him, taking away his brother Daniel and sister Barbara. Due to the abandonment, Johnny tended to suppress the memory about them, so it would seem life would be good for him...

Until one event where Johnny slipped off on his motorcycle stunt training, costing the life of Crash's wife, a mother figure to Johnny. This caused Johnny to swear off motorcycling, and deteriorated his relationship with Crash as Johnny refused to take public stunts, preferring to train in the shadows. Then, Crash revealed that he had cancer, but even then Johnny still refused. Trying to find a way out of his impasse, Johnny turned to the occult and eventually learned of a spell that could summon {{Satan}}. That spell summoned Mephisto (though it has recently been retconned to be Lucifer who made the deal with Johnny), whom Johnny asked to cure Crash's cancer. Mephisto upheld his bargain and cured Crash...

...only to have him die in an accident at the very next stunt he performed.

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The "first" Ghost Rider is a Western hero named '''Carter Slade'''. This character rode around on a white horse in an all-white getup. He was retroactively dubbed the Phantom Rider.

The first true Ghost Rider is Johnathon '''Johnathon "Johnny" Blaze, Blaze''', who first appeared in ''"Marvel Spotlight''" #5 (August, 1972). A stunt motorcyclist who trained under his dead father's friend Craig "Crash" Simpson. He also became the fiancee of Crash's daughter Roxanne. His mother was alive, as well, but she abandoned him, taking away his brother Daniel and sister Barbara. Due to the abandonment, Johnny tended to suppress the memory about them, so it would seem life would be good for him...

Until one event where Johnny slipped off on his motorcycle stunt training, costing the life of Crash's wife, a mother figure to Johnny. This caused Johnny to swear off motorcycling, and deteriorated his relationship with Crash as Johnny refused to take public stunts, preferring to train in the shadows. Then, Crash revealed that he had cancer, but even then Johnny still refused. Trying to find a way out of his impasse, Johnny turned to the occult and eventually learned of a spell that could summon {{Satan}}. That spell summoned Mephisto (though it has recently been retconned to be Lucifer who made the deal with Johnny), whom Johnny asked to cure Crash's cancer. Mephisto upheld his bargain and cured Crash...

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Crash... only to have him die in an accident at the very next stunt he performed.



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 Kale, turning him into the new Ghost Rider. Johnny took note of this and eventually became Danny's BigBrotherMentor of sorts in his adventures.

However, both Johnny and Danny eventually found themselves at odds and the two Ghost Riders clashed in battle. Meanwhile, an angel called Zadkiel was taking advantage of events on Earth for his own plans.

It's eventually [[RetCon revealed]] that the Ghost Rider has quite another origin from what Johnny and Danny were told: the Spirits of Vengeance are black-ops agents for ''Heaven'', and there have been multiple Spirits across the cultures of the world since Biblical times. Thanks to Zadkiel, though, there are now only two - Johnny and Danny. And it's down to them to stop Zadkiel's ultimate scheme...

In 2007 a [[Film/GhostRider film]] was released with a composite version of the character played by Creator/NicolasCage.

In the 2011 series, Blaze gave up the mantle of the Ghost Rider, letting Alejandra become the new host of the Spirit of Vengeance. He would go on to try to mentor Alejandra but, at the end of that series would retake the mantle of Ghost Rider back with Alejandra only retaining a portion of its power.

In March 2014, the ''ComicBook/AllNewGhostRider'' series debuted. Featuring a new character, Robbie Reyes, taking on the eponymous mantle, Robbie uses a car instead of a motorcycle and lives in East Los Angeles.

One of the more badass heroes of the ''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.

Has recently been added to the cast of characters in 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.

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The second Ghost Rider is Daniel Ketch, '''Daniel "Danny" 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 Kale, turning him into the new Ghost Rider. Johnny took note of this and eventually became Danny's BigBrotherMentor of sorts in his adventures.

However, both Johnny and Danny eventually found themselves at odds and the two Ghost Riders clashed in battle. Meanwhile, an angel called Zadkiel was taking advantage of events on Earth for his own plans.

It's eventually [[RetCon revealed]] that the Ghost Rider has quite another origin from what Johnny and Danny were told: the Spirits of Vengeance are black-ops agents for ''Heaven'', and there have been multiple Spirits across the cultures of the world since Biblical times. Thanks to Zadkiel, though, there are now only two - Johnny and Danny. And it's down to them to stop Zadkiel's ultimate scheme...

In 2007 a [[Film/GhostRider film]] was released with a composite version of the character played by Creator/NicolasCage.

Danny.

In the 2011 series, Blaze gave up the mantle of the Ghost Rider, letting Alejandra '''Alejandra''' become the new host of the Spirit of Vengeance. He would go on to try to mentor Alejandra but, at the end of that series would retake the mantle of Ghost Rider back with Alejandra only retaining a portion of its power.

In March 2014, the ''ComicBook/AllNewGhostRider'' series debuted. Featuring a new character, Robbie Reyes, '''Robbie Reyes''', taking on the eponymous mantle, Robbie uses a car instead of a motorcycle and lives in East Los Angeles.

One of
Angeles. As opposed to mystical and demonic threats, Robbie's series largely focused on youth gang culture and living in the more badass heroes of ghetto, though there were some mystical elements. Johnny Blaze eventually showed up in the ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' setting was a deceased hacker, who got uploaded series, inducting Robbie into a skeletal cybernetic body, with optional holographic flames. ''Comicbook/GhostRider2099'' was a moderate success, with a strong anti-authority message.

Has recently been added to
the cast of characters in 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.
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After Marvel Studios regained the rights to the character, Robbie was introduced to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse in 2016, played by Gabriel Luna in Season 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''.

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As part of the 2017 ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, Johnny will be joining a team of demonic heroes called the '''Spirits of Vengeance''', consisting of himself, ComicBook/{{Blade}}, Daimon Hellstrom and Satana. The ''Spirits of Vengeance'' miniseries will begin in October of 2017.

There are also several alternate universe versions of Ghost Rideer.

One of the more badass heroes of the ''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.

Has recently been added to the cast of characters in 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.

In 2007, a [[Film/GhostRider film]] was released with a composite version of the character played by Creator/NicolasCage. It received a sequel called ''Ghostrider: Spirits of Vengeance''.

After Marvel Studios regained the rights to the character, Robbie was introduced to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse in 2016, played by Gabriel Luna in Season 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''.
''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. Robbie's origin in the series also features an unnamed biker Ghost Rider.
23rd Jul '17 11:53:29 PM FuzzyBarbarian
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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 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 Kale, turning him into the new Ghost Rider. Johnny took note of this and eventually became Dan's Danny's BigBrotherMentor of sorts in his adventures.



* AncientArtifact: Two of the spirits of vengeance were bound to two shards of a medallion at one point. Dan Ketch met the caretaker because it was his job to keep an eye on the thing. It no longer drives any plots, having served its purpose but Caretaker stuck around. Also, Centurious had an item called the crystal of souls.

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* AncientArtifact: Two of the spirits of vengeance were bound to two shards of a medallion at one point. Dan Danny Ketch met the caretaker because it was his job to keep an eye on the thing. It no longer drives any plots, having served its purpose but Caretaker stuck around. Also, Centurious had an item called the crystal of souls.



* AntiHero: So far we have not had a protagonist who was not. Johnny Blaze was at first the classical antihero who despite doing heroic things did not have a very desirable life. Zarathos is a NominalHero. Dan Ketch started as a pay evil unto to evil type but softened to IDidWhatIHadToDo as he decided the penance stare was a horrific thing to put people through and he really did not like killing people either. Noble Kale is another classical antihero and Alejandra is another pay evil onto evil type.

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* AntiHero: So far we have not had a protagonist who was not. Johnny Blaze was at first the classical antihero who despite doing heroic things did not have a very desirable life. Zarathos is a NominalHero. Dan Danny Ketch started as a pay evil unto to evil type but softened to IDidWhatIHadToDo as he decided the penance stare was a horrific thing to put people through and he really did not like killing people either. Noble Kale is another classical antihero and Alejandra is another pay evil onto evil type.



* ArtifactDomination: Dan Ketch became the second Ghost Rider when he found (then-dead) Johnny Blaze's old motorcycle and touched the gas cap, becoming possessed by the Spirit of Vengeance.

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* ArtifactDomination: Dan Danny Ketch became the second Ghost Rider when he found (then-dead) Johnny Blaze's old motorcycle and touched the gas cap, becoming possessed by the Spirit of Vengeance.



* ChainPain: In the original comics, a magical flaming chain manifests when Johnny Blaze or Dan Ketch transform into Ghost Rider.

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* ChainPain: In the original comics, a magical flaming chain manifests when Johnny Blaze or Dan Danny Ketch transform into Ghost Rider.



* ColourCodedCharacters: There was a decent enough reason in the story for Dan Ketch to end up bonded to a different spirit of vengeance but the real reason was so that the readers would have an easier time telling him and Blaze apart during the heaven arc.

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* ColourCodedCharacters: There was a decent enough reason in the story for Dan Danny Ketch to end up bonded to a different spirit of vengeance but the real reason was so that the readers would have an easier time telling him and Blaze apart during the heaven arc.



* TheDrifter: Naomi, Blaze and Dan have all become one when the burden of being a Ghost Rider got a little depressing.

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* TheDrifter: Naomi, Blaze and Dan Danny have all become one when the burden of being a Ghost Rider got a little depressing.



* HellHasNewManagement: Nobel Kale takes over Hell after slaying Mephisto and Blackheart, then sends Dan Ketch back to Earth, releasing him from his duties as Ghost Rider.

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* HellHasNewManagement: Nobel Kale takes over Hell after slaying Mephisto and Blackheart, then sends Dan Danny Ketch back to Earth, releasing him from his duties as Ghost Rider.



* HeroWithBadPublicity: Possibly every Ghost Rider, but Dan Ketch had the worst publicity considering he was one of the nicer Ghost Riders.

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: Possibly every Ghost Rider, but Dan Danny Ketch had the worst publicity considering he was one of the nicer Ghost Riders.



* InvoluntaryShapeshifting: Initially John Blaze would only, but always, become a Ghost Rider at night. Later his changes became more random and unpredictable before gaining some measure of control. Dan Ketch would always and only become a Ghost Rider when innocent blood was split around him until Caretaker helped him get over the limitation.

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* InvoluntaryShapeshifting: Initially John Blaze would only, but always, become a Ghost Rider at night. Later his changes became more random and unpredictable before gaining some measure of control. Dan Danny Ketch would always and only become a Ghost Rider when innocent blood was split around him until Caretaker helped him get over the limitation.



* KnightErrant: Spirits of vengeance by their nature, but Dan Ketch at least aimed for this from the beginning.

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* KnightErrant: Spirits of vengeance by their nature, but Dan Danny Ketch at least aimed for this from the beginning.



* {{Ninja}}: Deathwatch employs them to get his lost chemical weapons back but the Dan Ketch Ghost Rider makes short work of them. The Kingpin and Lady Bullseye use magic to summon the John Blaze Ghost Rider and send him to Japan hoping he will hinder the Hand Ninjas for them. Unfortunately they send him into a binding spell.

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* {{Ninja}}: Deathwatch employs them to get his lost chemical weapons back but the Dan Danny Ketch Ghost Rider makes short work of them. The Kingpin and Lady Bullseye use magic to summon the John Blaze Ghost Rider and send him to Japan hoping he will hinder the Hand Ninjas for them. Unfortunately they send him into a binding spell.



* PlayingWithFire: Hellfire, though Noble Kale/Dan Ketch later discovered how to produce natural flames as well.
* PollyWantsAMicrophone: Mister Eleven, a talking crow. There have been talking crows in real life but it was still suspicious, as it was trying to take advantage of Dan Ketch's depression. [[spoiler: It ended up leading him to Zadkiel.]]

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* PlayingWithFire: Hellfire, though Noble Kale/Dan Kale/Danny Ketch later discovered how to produce natural flames as well.
* PollyWantsAMicrophone: Mister Eleven, a talking crow. There have been talking crows in real life but it was still suspicious, as it was trying to take advantage of Dan Danny Ketch's depression. [[spoiler: It ended up leading him to Zadkiel.]]



* SecretLegacy: It was kept secret from John Blaze and Dan Ketch specifically because their mother didn't want any of her kids taking up the mantel, which happened anyway, despite her efforts.

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* SecretLegacy: It was kept secret from John Blaze and Dan Danny Ketch specifically because their mother didn't want any of her kids taking up the mantel, which happened anyway, despite her efforts.



* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe:Originally, the idea for the Dan Ketch Ghost Rider was to become more powerful than the Blaze version he replaced. This happened and all was good. Then Blaze Rider came back and was for [[{{retcon}} some reason]], just as strong as the powered up Danny. Since it wasn't explained it makes some of Blaze's earlier comics seem silly when he struggles with much less demanding problems.

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* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe:Originally, the idea for the Dan Danny Ketch Ghost Rider was to become more powerful than the Blaze version he replaced. This happened and all was good. Then Blaze Rider came back and was for [[{{retcon}} some reason]], just as strong as the powered up Danny. Since it wasn't explained it makes some of Blaze's earlier comics seem silly when he struggles with much less demanding problems.



* ThouShaltNotKill: The Dan Ketch version only.
* VariableLengthChain: Dan Ketch's weapon of choice as a Ghost Rider.

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* ThouShaltNotKill: The Dan Danny Ketch version only.
* VariableLengthChain: Dan Danny Ketch's weapon of choice as a Ghost Rider.
21st Jul '17 8:58:17 AM GlitteringFlowers
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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]] was released with a composite version of the character.
character played by Creator/NicolasCage.
17th Jul '17 4:23:53 PM fruitstripegum
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* TalkingIsAFreeAction: Yes, Ghost Rider can hold a conversation with people while speeding around them on his motorcycle, somehow, noise of the engines be damned!



* TalkingIsAFreeAction: Yes, Ghost Rider can hold a conversation with people while speeding around them on his motorcycle, somehow, noise of the engines be damned!
17th Jul '17 4:23:05 PM fruitstripegum
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* {{Expy}}: Ultimate Ghost Rider -- a murdered human who makes a pact with one of his 'verse's DemonLordsAndArchDevils for the love of his wife and who returns as a ghastly undead monster, charged with gathering souls to swell Hell's army... [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} doesn't this remind you of anyone?]]



* EnfantTerrible: One villain Johnny Blaze encountered during his time WalkingTheEarth in the Mojave was a reality-warping mutant child. Trapped in a protective sphere because his body cant survive outside, the boy (actually well over 100 years old but hasnt aged since childhood) uses his powers to torture anyone unfortunate enough to stumble across the area.



* EnfantTerrible: One villain Johnny Blaze encountered during his time WalkingTheEarth in the Mojave was a reality-warping mutant child. Trapped in a protective sphere because his body cant survive outside, the boy (actually well over 100 years old but hasnt aged since childhood) uses his powers to torture anyone unfortunate enough to stumble across the area.

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* EnfantTerrible: One villain Johnny Blaze encountered during {{Expy}}: Ultimate Ghost Rider -- a murdered human who makes a pact with one of his time WalkingTheEarth in 'verse's DemonLordsAndArchDevils for the Mojave was a reality-warping mutant child. Trapped in a protective sphere because love of his body cant survive outside, the boy (actually well over 100 years old but hasnt aged since childhood) uses his powers wife and who returns as a ghastly undead monster, charged with gathering souls to torture anyone unfortunate enough to stumble across the area.swell Hell's army... [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} doesn't this remind you of anyone?]]
17th Jul '17 4:22:19 PM fruitstripegum
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* CrapsackWorld: The neighborhood where Robbie Reyes and his younger brother Gabe Reyes live in is so bad that Robbie tells Gabe to never go outside when he hears "''firecrackers''"[[note]]aka gunshots[[/note]]... and his fateful step onto the road to becoming the new Ghost Rider is when he decides in desperation to get rich quick by winning a street race in the hopes that they can move out.



* CrapsackWorld: The neighborhood where Robbie Reyes and his younger brother Gabe Reyes live in is so bad that Robbie tells Gabe to never go outside when he hears "''firecrackers''"[[note]]aka gunshots[[/note]]... and his fateful step onto the road to becoming the new Ghost Rider is when he decides in desperation to get rich quick by winning a street race in the hopes that they can move out.
24th May '17 4:16:01 PM themisterfree
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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Scarecrow was originally a SilverAge villain for ComicBook/IronMan, then fought ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/TheFalcon for a while; when he tried murdering people to attract Cap's attention, he ended up attracting Ghost Rider instead, and the two have since clashed multiple times; more recently he's just been a random villain all over the MU, showing up in no particular book.
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.
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