"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" to face Ghost Rider's uncontrollable "thirst for vengeance"; as Episode 5 of Season 4 airs on Oct 25
The superhuman law enforcers are back in Season 4 with more new characters, new directors, and new challenges for the team. With Season 4 entry, Ghost Rider is faced with a dilemma of how to control his powers in order to save himself from destroying his team.
He is not human and he has the past that is bothering him all this time. Robbie Reyes aka the Ghost Rider is the new character to either help or endanger the team S.H.I.E.L.D as he battles with himself and the power within him. A mechanic with a disabled little brother named Gabe whom he adores a lot, Robbie Reyes faced his death in the hands of a serial killer, but he out won him with a deal that could change his life (or death) forever. He is trapped by the deal to satisfy the bloodlust of the serial killer but the power depends on the Ghost Rider's vengeance.
Screen Spy gets a rundown of what will happen on Episode 5 of "Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D" Season 4, as Robbie Reyes fights off his power as Ghost Rider in order not to endanger his team. This fire-head alter-ego has been doing damages because of his uncontrollable bloodlust vengeance that may put at stake the lives of S.H.I.E.L.D agents. Now that the team is also pursuant in unraveling the secret within the team, they will "infiltrate a high-security prison cell."
The Episode named "Lockup" will be shown on Oct 25, following the introduction of the Ghost Rider as the new character that will change the team and "will never be the same again". The team is set to be shattered as this new character tends to "confuse" them and would be very hard to figure out his powers. In a similar article from Flickering Myth, the Ghost Rider's "thirst for vengeance" is out of control and has to lead the team into a busy season ahead of them.
The challenge, however, is how the show will promote Robbie Reyes' character as the Ghost Rider alone instead of the veteran Johnny Blaze or with the serial killer Eli Morrow, but speculations of doubt have circulated already on why there isn't anymore the "motorcycle-riding Ghost Rider". ABC has already taken the risk and hopefully will win over the fans who seemed to be skeptical on this new image. Hopefully, Robbie Reyes' origin will spark interest from the viewers and earn new fans.