Ghost Rider is a superhero name for several fictional characters that appear in Marvel Comics. The character was created by Roy Thomas, Gary Friedrich, and Mike Ploog. Ghost Rider debuted in Marvel Spotlight #5 in 1972.
Ghost Rider is the alter ego of various characters, including Johnny Blaze, Danny Ketch, and Robbie Reyes. Each Ghost Rider has its own unique backstory, but they all share a similar supernatural origin. In general, Ghost Riders are humans who have made a deal with a demon or supernatural entity, granting them incredible powers at the cost of their souls. When the Ghost Rider’s powers are activated, they transform into a flaming skeleton with incredible strength and abilities.
Ghost Rider is known for his unique appearance and powers and his association with the supernatural and the occult. He often battles demons and other supernatural beings, using his powers to vanquish evil and protect the innocent. Ghost Rider has also been involved in various storylines involving other Marvel Comics characters, including the Avengers and the X-Men.