Ghost Rider 4 back to seek vengeance :- The ABC Marvel drama will mark the first time that Ghost Rider will be adapted for live-action television, though the character was famously brought to life by Cage in two Marvel movies, 2007’s Ghost Rider and 2012’s sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Ghost Rider is a superhuman, Unworldly, a skeletal entity that takes over the body of the human whoever is the acting as Ghost Rider at the time. At nightfall, the person suffering from a curse becomes consumed in hellfire, following in his head converting into a blazed skull. Ghost Rider drives on a flaming bike that can challenge gravity and moves faster than any other means, and he finds out evil and guilty souls and he using the hellfire and the “Penance Stare” to make them feel the sufferings they’ve imposed on others. His motto was helped by the facts that he had superhuman power and strength and was indeed infrangible: bullets, knives and other weapons and armaments have no impact on him.
In the comics, many people became Ghost Rider at varying durations. The first Ghost Rider was stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze, who barter his soul to Satan in a switch for the living of his father. Blaze later found that “Satan” was actually the evil demon Mephisto, and he had been bonded with the devil Zarathos.
A long while back, Mephisto presumed Zarathos to be a competitor and a menace, and so he fooled Zarathos to trap him in some destructible souls. Going ahead, Zarathos could only come out at nightfall to take over his mortal host. Another Ghost Riders were Danny Ketch, a Nicaraguan woman named Alejandra and Mexican-American high-school student Robbie Reyes.
Along with Ghost Rider, Agents of SHIELD season four is also going to feature the popular Marvel theory of Life Model Decoys or LMDs.