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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: What really happened to Johnny Blaze's children?
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 at 10:01:49 am EST (Viewed 99 times)



Ok I've been reading Ghost Rider titles a bit lately and Johnny Blaze's children have this annoying habit of disappearing.

Soon after Johnny Blaze meets his half brother Danny he ships the kids off with some friends of his from the Quentin Carnival. But it turns out those friends were part of an evil cult run by a member of the Blood (or was it the Fallen...I thought the Blood were the good ones). Johnny learns his wife Roxanne Simpson bartered her future children's souls away to this Blood guy called Regent so she could be with Johnny. Anyway Johnny saves them all yadda yadda.

A short time later Anton Hellgate kills Roxanne and the children seemingly vanish off panel with no explanation leading Johnny on a quest to find them. In the Blaze ongoing series Johnny finds out the kids were stuck in another dimension with this demon named Baal and some Native American kid named Jesse Pinto. At the end of the series Blaze reunites with Craig and Emma and decides to take in Jesse Pinto. (but I don't think we EVER see Jesse again).

Some time later Johnny pops back up in Danny's life and in Ghost Rider #74 he's somehow lost the kids again. The Danny Ketch Ghost Rider series ends with Roxanne turning out to be alive as some villain named Black Rose whose personality had been altered by Blackheart (thus kind of stuff happens to her a lot...she and Johnny used to think she was this lady named Katy Milner until she magically turned back into Roxanne).

Several years later there's a Ghost Rider mini that shows Roxanne and the kids come back from the dead as ghosts to motivate Blaze or something. But none of them should even be dead right? And shouldn't at least one of these kids be destined to get a piece of the medallion of power and become a Ghost Rider?





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