Agents of Shield Season 4: A Fiery First Look At Ghost Rider

The news is coming thick and fast now for ‘Agents of Shield’ Season 4, with the latest piece being our first proper look at Ghost Rider (Gabriel Luna), and it is AWESOME!

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Yahoo TV has our first look at the hellraising antihero bringing the first instance of mysticism to the MCU. As well as the blazing body parts, Ghost Rider will be proud owner of a flaming 1969 Dodge Charger. In a world where traffic’s already a pain, driving a speeding inferno around the streets seems plain rude.

Ghost Rider is the most notable exclusive character to ever appear on the show. Whilst the likes of Nick Fury and Maria Hill have made appearances, the biggest character to be introduced exclusively to the show is likely Daisy Johnson, and she was around two and a half seasons before we actually knew who she was.

Still, if this doesn’t bring the new viewers the show is looking for then I don’t know what will. According to Chloe Bennett (Daisy Johnson) the show isn’t going to shy away from the unique issues Ghost Rider brings.

“If anyone’s familiar with the Robbie Reyes version of Ghost Rider, they know that the show will have to deal with issues of vengeance, penance, the line between good and evil, and who deserves to die. These massive themes are being threaded throughout our season.”

With the later timeslot also being a factor, this could end up being one of the most exciting seasons of the show yet!

‘Agents of Shield’ Season 4 premieres Tuesday, September 20th 10pm on ABC.

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