Marvel Introduces Ghost Rider II in Agents of SHIELD

From time to time we need a break from the news of how corrupt the government and elite media have become. So lets talk Marvel!

The first Ghost Rider in the MCU is Johnny Blaze who merged with the supernatural Spirit of Vengeance.

Ghost Riders are immortal, so far nothing known can harm one and their strength and power grows with the task they are immediately facing. The more evil and powerful the Ghost Rider’s opponent the more powerful the Ghost Rider will become.

The Ghost Rider passes judgment (which is always accurate) and destroys those worthy of the ultimate punishment. The Ghost Rider must also protect the innocent. Ghost Rider can also choose to let the guilty live and punish them with the “Penance Stare”, thus his target will feel the pain and anguish of the suffering his target has caused for as long as the Ghost Rider deems appropriate. Johnny Blaze easily defeated Galactus (a gigantic planet eating super being) using the Penance Stare, saving Earth from certain destruction.

Ghost Rider’s control ethereal flames and manipulate metal objects telepathically. They can also imbue a vehicle, be it a motorcycle, a car or even a horse with supernatural abilities to serve the Ghost Rider.

Worthy of note, Robbie Reyes is not aware of what the Spirit of Vengeance is and genuinely believes that Johnny Blaze, the original Ghost Rider who granted him his power, is the Devil.

Immediately after the video above, Reyes decides that it is time to go.

Jeffrey Mace, the noobsauce Director of SHIELD, who is a good guy, but prideful and a bit foolish, decides to try and take on Ghost Rider one on one. Mace is an inhuman with abilities similar to Captain America, but is quickly outmatched. Notice that Ghost Rider defeats Mace without greatly injuring him:

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