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The Ketch-Ghost Rider often comes into conflict as well as fighting alongside other heroes such as , , and Spider-Man.
Fans of the Ghost Rider comics may see and be relieved to find a harder, crazier version of the character, but there's nothing really here for anyone else, save a handful of good effects and Idris Elba's mystifying, constantly funny French accent-- the way he relishes saying "Spee-rit of -jonce" deserves Internet meme immortality. Neveldine and Taylor captured lightning in a bottle once, but chalk this up as another failed attempt to repeat the trick.
The idea to do a film of Ghost Rider actually came after Nicholas Cagehad his head skinned and his skull set on fire by critics, as apunishment for Knowing. The scenes where Johnny Blaze apparently hasCage's old facial features are the only CGI effects in the entire film.
Seriously though, if you like Marvel comics, and/or superhero filmsit's a great romp, that doesn't waste a character that could so easilyhave been wasted by the Hollywood machine. Sure there's a few clichédset pieces, but there aren't many superhero movies (or Nicholas Cagemovies) that don't have them, and fans of the Ghost Rider comics willsee all the scenes and set pieces they'll be hankering to see done in amovie.
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There are a lot of really good Ghost Rider stories out there, produced by top-notch creative teams from every era of the character's nearly 40 year history. However, there are only a handful of those comics that could truly be called great. Nay, not just great, these comics are legendary! Agree or disagree with the comics we've chosen, it matters not...for these are Vengeance Unbound's Top Ten Ghost Rider Comics of All Time! Die Ghost Rider Comics jedenfalls erfreuen sich seit ihrem ersten Erscheinen in den USA bei MARVEL, im Jahre 1972 höchster Beliebtheit. Immer wieder dürften sich absolute Top-Teams daran versuchen Johnny Blaze wortwörtlich durch die Hölle gehen zu lassen. – Dennoch hatte der Knochenkopf hierzulande bislang noch nicht den ganz großen Erfolg und tauchte nur vereinzelt auf, um mit brennenden Reifen um Angst und Schrecken zu verbreiten. Das soll sich im Zuge des Movies ändern: Bereits am 22. Februar kommt die erste Ghost Rider Veröffentlichung „Die Straße zur Verdammnis“ auf den Markt. Eine abgeschlossene Story (148 Seiten, Preis: 16,95 Euro), die von Garth Ennis (Preacher, Punisher) und Clayton Crain in Szene gesetzt wurde und ein graphisches Meisterwerk mit Action vom Feinsten ist. I can picture some fans crying foul about the inclusion of Ghost Rider 2099, saying that it's not really a Ghost Rider comic due to the lack of supernatural or demonic aspects so closely affiliated with the character. And to that, I say "wrong!" - Ghost Rider 2099 may be more about technology than magic, but Zero Cochrane is every bit a Spirit of Vengeance as his predecessors.I’ve had a Ghost Rider comic review site running for quite a few years now (though sadly updates have stalled due to personal reasons, which is why the last update was in October), and back in 2010 I conducted a poll for a similar Top 10 Ghost Rider list. Lots of similarities between the two lists, though also quite a few ones I noticed here that kinda surprised me. “Hearts of Darkness” came in at # 11 on the Vengeance Unbound list, for example, while Mackie’s first issue charted up at # 4.