Johnny Blaze (Marvel)

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'''Jonathan Blaze'''
  
 
With his death, he was transported to Hell where he and the Spirit of Vengeance were separated as the Ghost Rider sought to be free of its human host and punish the denizens of the afterlife. However, Blaze managed to convince it to join him as they went to target the throne of Hell that was empty now that Mephisto was on Earth. This led to Blaze as Ghost Rider claiming the mantle leading to him being declared the new king of Hell. (Damnation: Johnny Blaze - Ghost Rider v1 #1)
 
With his death, he was transported to Hell where he and the Spirit of Vengeance were separated as the Ghost Rider sought to be free of its human host and punish the denizens of the afterlife. However, Blaze managed to convince it to join him as they went to target the throne of Hell that was empty now that Mephisto was on Earth. This led to Blaze as Ghost Rider claiming the mantle leading to him being declared the new king of Hell. (Damnation: Johnny Blaze - Ghost Rider v1 #1)
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He came to learn that Carnage was targeting the remote village in Nicaruaga that was being protected by Alejandra Jones. Blaze then used astral projection to speak to Danny Ketch to convince him to travel to the village to save her. Danny reluctantly agreed and battled Carnage but despite his efforts Alejandra was killed with her soul consigned to Hell. Johnny met with her where he apologised to her for failing her though she wanted him to send her back to save the village. However, Johnny lacked the power or knowledge to do so but was convinced to try to help her possess someone in the village. Thus, Alejandra took over the body of a girl named '''Imara''' who helped rally the villagers in defence of the village thus forcing Carnage to depart as he had no further need to fight after acquiring the codice in Alejandra's body. The possession of a human host was only temporary with Alejandra's soul returning to Hell where she was content at saving the villagers. Blaze then had her join the other Spirits of Vengeance that was the fate of all slain Ghost Riders. (Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance v1 #1)
  
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
 
===Personality and attributes===
 
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Despite ruling Hell, initially he lacked full knowledge of his powers and thus could not achieve many things such as leaving his domain to appear on the mortal plane. To speak to others, he learnt to use astral projection to make him appear to others. He also had the power to have the dead possess the soul of a living person temporarily in order for them to interact with people on Earth. (Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance v1 #1)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 13 September 2019

Johnny Blaze as the Ghost Rider in Thunderbolts v2 #20.

Johnny Blaze is a male comic superhero that features in Marvel Comics.

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Biography

Jonathan Blaze

With his death, he was transported to Hell where he and the Spirit of Vengeance were separated as the Ghost Rider sought to be free of its human host and punish the denizens of the afterlife. However, Blaze managed to convince it to join him as they went to target the throne of Hell that was empty now that Mephisto was on Earth. This led to Blaze as Ghost Rider claiming the mantle leading to him being declared the new king of Hell. (Damnation: Johnny Blaze - Ghost Rider v1 #1)

He came to learn that Carnage was targeting the remote village in Nicaruaga that was being protected by Alejandra Jones. Blaze then used astral projection to speak to Danny Ketch to convince him to travel to the village to save her. Danny reluctantly agreed and battled Carnage but despite his efforts Alejandra was killed with her soul consigned to Hell. Johnny met with her where he apologised to her for failing her though she wanted him to send her back to save the village. However, Johnny lacked the power or knowledge to do so but was convinced to try to help her possess someone in the village. Thus, Alejandra took over the body of a girl named Imara who helped rally the villagers in defence of the village thus forcing Carnage to depart as he had no further need to fight after acquiring the codice in Alejandra's body. The possession of a human host was only temporary with Alejandra's soul returning to Hell where she was content at saving the villagers. Blaze then had her join the other Spirits of Vengeance that was the fate of all slain Ghost Riders. (Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance v1 #1)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Despite ruling Hell, initially he lacked full knowledge of his powers and thus could not achieve many things such as leaving his domain to appear on the mortal plane. To speak to others, he learnt to use astral projection to make him appear to others. He also had the power to have the dead possess the soul of a living person temporarily in order for them to interact with people on Earth. (Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance v1 #1)

Powers and abilities

The Spirit of Vengeance in Ghost Rider v5 #1.

Notes

  • The Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider was created by Roy Thomas, Gary Friedrich and Mike Ploog where he made his first appearance in Marvel Spotlight v1 #5 (August, 1972).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Television

  • n Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared in the animated television series in the episode "Spirit of Vengeance" where he was voiced by actor Fred Tatasciore.

Films

  • In Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze appeared in the live-action film where he was portrayed by actor Nicholas Cage who played him as an adult whilst actor Matt Long portrayed him as a teenager.
  • In Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Johnny Blaze appeared in the live-action film sequel where he was once again portrayed by actor Nicholos Cage as an adult whilst the younger version of the character was not portrayed by actor Ionut Cristian Lefter.

Video games

  • In Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared as an unlockable character in the video game where he was voiced by actor Nolan North.
  • In Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared in a cameo role in Dante's ending in the fighting video game.
  • In Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared as a playable character in the fighting video game where he was voiced again by actor Richard Grieco.
  • In Marvel: Avengers Alliance, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared as a character in the Facebook video game with his own Dossier.
  • In Marvel: Future Fight, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared as a playable character in the mobile video game.
  • In Marvel: Contest of Champions, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared as a playable character in the mobile video game.
  • In Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the Jonny Blaze Ghost Rider appeared in the fighting video game where actor Fred Tatasciore once more played the role.

Appearances

  • Marvel Spotlight v1:
  • Ghost Rider:
  • Thunderbolts:
  • Damnation:
  • Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance v1:

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