We've seen the Medicom RAH 12-inch Ghost Rider pictures and pictures of the Hasbro 1:6 Ghost Rider Flame Cycle in the last post, now let's put the two together i.e. Rider on his bike :)
In this instance, Medicom's smaller size body works well to fit onto the Hasbro 1:6 Flame Cycle as both rider and bike looks like they belong together.
The Ghost Rider is a human who can transform into a being with a flaming skull and supernatural powers. The motorcycles he rides can travel faster than conventional motorcycles and can perform such seemingly impossible feats such as riding up a vertical surface, across the surface of water and leaping across great distances that normal motorcycles could not match. [source: wiki]
I like this shot as you can see how all the flames go in the same direction. Also the bike doesn't look like it is sitting on the floor like in the pictures of Hot Toys version. In Hot Toys Ghost Rider and Bike preview pictures, the Ghost Rider figure seems a little oversized and big on his bike which looks too small for him. The bike seems to be sitting on the floor in most of the shots with Ghost Rider on it because of the weight of the rider and his legs seem to be sticking out too much.
Girl in Alley: "Well, I'll never forget him, that's for sure. He was tall, broad shoulders, and thin, really thin, like bony. He had this rad chopper, it was all flames and stuff. Oh, and his face was a skull and it was on fire."
Nice effect of the flames
Penance Stare - When in close combat, the Ghost Rider locks eyes with his victim and makes him or her feel every pain that that individual has ever inflicted on anyone else innocent in their lifetime. Its effects are similar to the soul searing effect of hellfire.
"Look into my eyes. "
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