Among the many powers Ghost Rider derives from his mystical Hellfire is the ability to control his supernatural chain. Using it to capture his enemies, one whip is all it takes to wrap the impenetrable links around them, constricting more with every futile struggle, almost as if it has a life of its own! The chain often helps Ghost Rider in his quest to protect the innocent against evil as the spirit of Vengeance.
This was the first ghost rider figure released in this line, he is based off the dan ketch design which was popular in the 90's when this figure was released. The figure features 11 points of articulation, 2 of which are universal joints at the hips & the hands also rotate 360 degrees, this allows the figure to ride the bike made for him easier. This figure also includes a couple of accessories, one of which is his belt & chain which are made of a soft rubbery material & then there's his chain he uses as a weapon, this is made of solid plastic molded in silver. Last but not least, he has a couple of gimmicks, the first of which is his chain whipping action. This function is activated by winding up his arm & pushing the button located near his waist on his back, this will cause his arm to...[See More]
One night Dan Ketch and his sister Barbra witnessed a mob deal made by Deathwatch. In there escape Barbra was injured, Dan desperated to save her found an old motorcycle and when he touched it he was transformed into Ghost Rider the Spirit of Vengance.
This is the standard Ghost Rider for this line. He's whereing a black leather jacket, gray jeans, black gloves and boots. He's well sculpted with good detail on his jacket and jeans. To represent his firey head he has three thin plastic pieces on his head. The largest bieng yellow, the middle is orange, and the smallest bieng red.
He's I think molded in black plastic with everything else painted grey and silver. His head is molded from glow in the dark plastic with some detail painted black and red for his eyes.
Articulation is mostly...[See More]
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