The 2 ghost riders riding side by side out in the desert with Spiderbait playing "Ghost Riders in the Sky" in the background
Night Rider first showed up in his own book as Ghost Rider in 1967. A character with the same name and costume(actually first introduced as the Calico Kid) was published by Magazine Enterprises in the early-mid 1950s, but the copyright wasn't secured and Marvel, ah, appropriated it. When Englehart brought him back after 8 years, he was renamed Night Rider to avoid confusion with the motorcycle Ghost Rider--which was absurd due to the same story giving us different but identical-looking Hyperion, Dr. Spectrum, Golden Archer, etc. Considering that Englehart gave us the story with 2 Captain Americas, it's silly to think readers couldn't recognize 2 Ghost Riders that don't even look alike. Night Rider's name was later changed to Phantom Rider when Jim Shooter's reign learned that "Night Rider" was a term applied to the KKK. And when Bill Black of AC Comics(a former Marvel artist, briefly) reprinted the ME stories, he had to change the Ghost Rider's name to The Haunted Horseman.
The 2 ghost riders riding side by side out in the desert with Spiderbait playing "Ghost Riders in the Sky" in the background. The movies itself was a bit crap but this scene is awesome! Carter Slade rocks.