Characters Appearing: Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze), Human Fly
Human Fly #2
Issue(s): Human Fly #2
Put them both in a race across the desert and tell me who everyone pays attention to.
To be fair, the plot is set up so that the Human Fly pulls his weight.
The bland plot involves a race promoter who ensures that all the race participants die so that he can keep the prize money, but the Human Fly and the Ghost Rider work together to survive.
Also in this issue, reporter Harmony Whyte decides she's going to figure the Human Fly's real name. She does a little research and determines that there were five people that were involved in accidents in North Carolina similar to the Human Fly's. She eliminates one of the five this issue.
Quality Rating: C-
Chronological Placement Considerations: Works best if it takes place while Johnny Blaze is still performing at events before his status quo changes in Ghost Rider #26.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
This is one of the things that annoys me about portrayals of the Ghost Rider- is his flame metaphysical or physical or both? In the Dr. Druid appearance you posted earlier, Druid says that his flame only scalds the soul, not the body. But in that scan you just posted, his flame ignites the oil.
Posted by: Michael | December 18, 2011 4:37 PM
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