Marvel announced 2022 as the ‘Year of Vengeance’

Marvel is all set to celebrate the Ghost Rider’s 50th anniversary with a bang.

The comic giant has released a teaser image featuring Johnny Blaze and the many other Ghost Riders including Danny Ketch, Kushala and many more along with a text ‘The Year of Vengeance,’ which indicates a celebration of the franchise in 2022.

Marvel also revealed that it will be releasing new Ghost Rider ongoing series next year to celebrate the character’s 50th anniversary.

The new series will be the first Ghost Rider series since writer Ed Brisson ended his run on the character during the King in Black crossover event.

The Ghost Riders featured in the images are Johnny Blaze, his successor Danny Ketch(Death Rider), Kushala ( Spirit Rider), 30th century Ghost Rider, the Ghost Rider 2099, Alejandra Jones, Cosmic Ghost Rider among others.

Johnny Blaze first appeared in 1972’s Marvel Spotlight #5 and was created by Gary Friedrich, Mike Ploog and Roy Thomas. Blaze is a motorcycle stunt performer, and entertainer turned Spirit of Vengeance. He was the son of famed stuntman Barton Blaze who tragically died during a stunt. He became bound to Zarathos the Spirit of Vengeance after making a deal with the Demon Mephisto to spare the life of his surrogate father Crash Simpson. Now with the power to control Hellfire and to inflict pain on those he deemed evil with his Penance Stare, Blaze seeks vengeance riding his Hell Cycle as the Ghost Rider.

Year 2022 will be marked as The Year of Vengeance. Fans can’t keep calm to know what holds for Ghost Rider.

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