Ghost Rider for the win.
A few days back, @UpToTASK went viral after posting a short clip from the classic ’90s animated series, Fantastic Four. In the video, the Fantastic Four are desperately attempting to contain Galactus’ power but are slowly losing the fight. Suddenly, Ghost Rider shows up out of nowhere and drops the god-like supervillain like a tone of bricks. Before driving off, Ghosty says, “My task is complete. I leave you now, Galactus, in mortal hands.”
Check out the clip below, courtesy of @UpToTASK.
Never forget that at one point Ghost Rider was so popular Marvel tried to get him his own show by having him show up like Stone Cold Steve Austin from the rafters just to One Punch Galactus. pic.twitter.com/RLjAn02Unq
— TASK the Naker With Attitude (@UpToTASK) February 4, 2020
For those less familiar, Fantastic Four: The Animated Series aired from September 1994 to February 1996. The popular ’90s cartoon ran for two seasons, with a combined twenty-six episodes in total. The series made its debut alongside the Iron Man series, as part of “The Marvel Action Hour.”
Is it time for Johnny Blaze to join the MCU? Do you think Marvel should introduce Ghosty in a solo movie, or would it be best for Ghost Rider to make his debut as a secondary character? Let us know in the comments below.