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Discussion in 'Marvel Comics' started by Lethal Venom, Mar 13, 2005.
Karen Page? or was it Paste-Pot-Pete???
no,really: Karen Page, I'd say.
sorry, my computer's been down for a few weeks. I'm back now, too bad I don't know the answer.
Okay, seein' we missed your turn for a question, I figure it's just as well you go ahead and ask one.
Doc'll get his turn as well, no worries.
That's absolutely okay by me.
theescapeclause, please do go on with the trivia thread
Actually Doc, I had no idea when you'd be back. Thought you weren't as regular as you are (on the boards I mean, not regarding digestion). It doesn't matter who asks really.
I got an easy one, but I didn't know this untill a few weeks ago and thought it was interesting.
Ghost Rider (flaming skull version) was orginally created to be a d-list villian for what Marvel Superhero?
Great question. I have no freakin' idea.
I believe the character was meant to be a villain for was Daredevil.
If this is right, just have someone else ask a question. Too bogged down to think of one.
Well, actually I am a regular reader of the threads, I just don't post that often (the silent type )...and since I am a big Ghost Rider fan: this forum is a must, right?
Wikipedia says: Daredevil is the right answer, NDX
Glad to hear you visit often Doc and you're right. The more GR fans we have, the better I say.
Daredevil eh? Now that I've heard the answer, it does sound familiar. Maybe I did know that.
Doc, I say you go ahead and ask. When escape comes back, he'll get his turn.
you got it. That was quick.
Well, since NDX seems to be busy...
Sorry, but you will probably have to search your collections for this one ...
but exercise is good for your health
In the story "Concrete Jungle" Ghost Rider 2099 gets trapped in some sort of cage. How many monsters surround him in the last panel?
...too hard a question? I say thee nay...
Hmmm...probably you are all too lazy to look up that issue, right?
No "Ghost Rider 2099"-fans out there?
Okay, maybe someone could at least identify the artist of that issue?
It was prolly Kyle Hotz, right?
I don't have enough GR2099's in my collection. I'm sure I could find the info online though, it's much more fun to get it on your own...
...and although I don't like all the things he's done, that panel/page I was referring to looks "Shockin' terrific!" (which is also GR2099's speech ballon, by the way).
Wonder if someone will still find the answer to the original question, but anyway, str8raz0r, get this thread going and ask the next question.
OK, kinda easy, but here goes:
In GR Annual #2, Johnny Blaze meets up with an old acquaintance at a truck stop...who might that person be?
isnt it a witch from the origional ghost rider? im just guessing off the top of my head.
It's the Witch Woman, Linda Littletree(s).
That orginal story had so many twists and turns, it seemed to be written by throwing darts at plot points.
However, it did introduce the Son of Satan (Hellstorm).
EDIT: Oh - someone else already said it.
^^^The68Pie got the basic idea first, RabidWolfe, but you got the full name(s).
Either of ya can post now. You both get cookies in my book.
Okay - I'll go next.
Who is Frank Ryder? (in GR comics, obviously)
Good one Movies!
You got it. Go for it.
Hmm... that's strange. I just had a look at the site that I usually use for this kinda stuff and it says Gil Kane and Jim Mooney.
Not to say that site is 100% correct.