Clark Gregg Calls Ghost Rider the "Villain from Hell"

Friday, 16 September 2016 - 5:47PM
Marvel
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
Friday, 16 September 2016 - 5:47PM
Clark Gregg Calls Ghost Rider the "Villain from Hell"
Ghost Rider is coming to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and judging from the last teaser, he's pretty damn scary. Now, Clark Gregg seems to be confirming that he's a straight-up villain, and goes so far as to call him the "villain from hell."

In the latest EW Spoiler Room, their sources claimed that Ghost Rider may or may not be a villain "depending on who you ask," but from SHIELD's perspective, he definitely is.
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"He's a different kind of threat than anything we've faced before," Clark Gregg said. "It introduces a part of the Marvel world that deals more with strange elements of the Marvel Universe and he's definitely the villain from hell."
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We've never gotten official confirmation that Ghost Rider is actually a villain on AOS, and he will likely still be ambiguous, considering that his alter-ego seems to be an innocent teenager. But still, this quote makes us even more excited to see the demonic side of Robbie Reyes, especially if that "from hell" comment is a sly hint about his origin story.

Gabriel Luna will debut as Ghost Rider in the season four premiere, on September 20 at 10pm on ABC.
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