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AGENTS OF SHIELD: Ghost Rider To Return For Season Finale [ABC]

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Ghost Rider To Appear In Season Four Finale Of Agents Of SHIELD

Marvel Studios confirms that Ghost Rider will feature in the finale of the fourth season of Agents of SHIELD.

A favorite among Marvel fans for years now, the character made his debut on the ABC superhero show at the start of the season last September. However, his disappearance in December pushed the show to move on to its current “Agent of Hydra” story arc, which is now set to wrap up with his return on May 16th. Gabriel Luna is already confirmed to reprise his role as the demonic motorcyclist.

Prior to Agents, the character was the subject of two movies, Ghost Rider and the sequel Spirit of Vengeance. Both of the films, in addition to not taking place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featured Nicholas Cage in the title role.

CBR.com, the source of this story, shares the following information about Ghost Rider’s return to the show:

However, it was clear almost from the moment of Ghost Rider’s exist that the character would return to the series, in one form or another. “There is a tradition within the comics that there’s been many Ghost Riders and our take on that was they’re not simultaneously a tribe of Ghost Riders but that it’s passed,” executive producer Jeffrey Bell said in January. “The Spirit of Vengeance is passed from person to person.

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