Who was the most powerful ghost rider

Ghost rider

Jonathan Blaze

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Martin Kessler, Ozan Ünal
The Ghost rider is a servant of the devil. His current figure is the motorcycle stunt driver Johnny Blaze.

History [edit | Edit source]

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Jonathan "Johnny" Blaze made a pact with the devil Mephisto to save his foster father Barton Blaze from a deadly disease. But the devil cheated on Johnny when he saved Barton from his illness, but he died shortly afterwards in an accident. Since then, Johnny has been tied to the demon Zarathos.

A few years later, the devil calls in Johnny's debt. Johnny is supposed to stop Blackheart, son of the devil, as the ghost rider. He wants to create a cold hell with the Treaty of San Venganza. Whenever innocent people are in danger, Johnny turns into the Ghost Rider.

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Super powers [edit | Edit source]

  • Superhuman strength: Ghost Rider possesses terrible superhuman strength enough to lift up to 100 tons or maybe more. He can effortlessly pick up a person or even an elemental demon and fly them through the air, all with one hand. Its strength is matched only by the greatest demons, while fewer demons can overpower it. With this power, Ghost Rider was able to beat all Blackheart's minions and Blackheart himself as a legion. He was even shown to be able to effortlessly pull a helicopter out of the sky with his chain
  • Accelerated healing factor: Despite his invulnerability to conventional forms of injury, if his being is ever damaged, the magical energies that cause him to be, Ghost Rider can instantly recover all damage caused without any discomfort or any apparent pain. However, this is not extended to Johnny in his human form, while Johnny is able to survive fatal accidents with no persistent side effects.
  • Pyrokinesis: Ghost Rider is a powerful pyrogenesis and has the ability to generate, control and project heat and fire, or "hellfire" at will. Hellfire is an emphyreal and supernatural flame that burns a person's soul and can be used to burn their physical body. He can use this fire in a number of ways, including projecting it out of his eyes, hands, mouth, or even channeling it from his body into his weapons like his shotgun, and forming walls of hellfire.
  • Chain projection: Ghost Rider enchanted a normal chain with his powers so that he could control it somewhat telekinetically, like it was used as a lasso, whip or mallet. The chain is able to overheat or cool instantly, grows or shortens in length, cut and burn through almost anything, or even spin as fast as helicopter blades.
  • Punishing look: Ghost Rider's most powerful weapon, as said by Slade, is the supernatural ability to cause anyone to stare into their eyes to see and feel all the pain they have ever inflicted in their entire life. In the first move, this ability left the eyes completely burned the victim in the catatonic state, worse than death, which is said to be the "burning" of the soul.
  • Superhuman skill: Ghost Rider's domination of his chain beyond human ability, in part due to his telekinetic control over it. He also showed himself to be very agile, allowing him to use his chain while leaning on a building and changing direction on his motorcycle, as well as several feet of a moving car to land perfectly on his motorcycle.
  • Detection of culprits: Ghost Rider can tell whether a person is guilty or innocent by simply looking at them.

Trivia [edit | Edit source]

  • Johnny Blaze was created by Roy Thomas, Gary Friedrich and Mike Ploog and made his first appearance in the comic Marvel Spotlight # 5 in August 1972.
  • In the comics, after Johnny Blaze, Daniel Ketch, Alejandra and Robbie Reyes took on the role of the Ghost Rider.
  • 1979 sang Johnny Cash the song Ghost riders in the sky. Marvel's Ghost Rider should not have served as a template.

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