Agents Of Shield Ghost Rider Sizzles In Season 4 As Robbie Reyes In Comic Series

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Marvel?s Agents of SHIELD Season 4 is finally here and it will introduce the new Ghost Rider. The character is already the talk of the town ever since his appearance was announced. So, let us take a quick look on the details of the ?Spirit of Vengeance.?

A lot of Marvel fans have known the character as Johnny Blaze, portrayed by Nicolas Cage. But in the TV series, it will be different. There are several individuals in the comic world that possessed the Spirit of Vengeance. Two years ago, Robbie Reyes was the latest addition to them, and he is exactly who will appear in the series.

Unlike Blaze who uses a motorcycle when he decides to avenge innocent blood, Reyes is using a muscle car. In relation, the character?s co-creator, Felipe Smith, talked to GameSpot recently and expressed his reactions about Ghost Rider?s appearance in the show.

First, he spoke how great it was to see the ?69 Dodge Charger RT as the car of Reyes. According to him, it was exactly what he had in mind when he drew it. ?They made it look exactly like my first illustration of it in my first variant cover for issue 1,? he said.

Also, the illustrator mentioned how the producers of Agents of SHIELD followed the details in the comics. ?The jacket is really on point; I?m really happy about it? They can take license to do different things in the comic book world, as the TV or movie, but I feel like they?re really paying attention to the source material, looking at what we did,? Smith added.

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These statements will surely make the fans want to see the Ghost Rider in the show. But aside from the character, a more intense fight between the S.H.I.E.L.D. and the inhumans are expected to happen.

In the movie Captain America: Civil War, it can be recalled that the inhumans are requested to sign and abide by the accord. But, some of the characters did not want the conditions as it will take some of their rights.

One of those who opposed the decision was the former director Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg). But, since the agency is thinking he is already dead, they will appoint a new director. This new head of S.H.I.E.L.D. is said to intensify the implementation of their rules, forcing inhumans to sign. As a result, a fight for freedom is expected to happen in the fourth season of the series.

How about you? Are you excited for the appearance of the Ghost Rider in Agents of SHIELD Season 4? What other things do you think will happen in the series? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. The show airs every Tuesday at 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on ABC.

Also read: Marvel?s Agents of SHIELD Season 4 Spoilers: Fight Vs. Inhumans Begins In Post-Sokovia, Hydra Arc

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