Ghost Rider Vs Human Torch Voting is Closed.

Victor Zanta October 16, 2012 0

Its match 6 of round 1. Ghost Rider Vs Human Torch. Voting is now over and the winner on 29 votes is Ghost Rider! The Human Torch receiving only 14 votes.

Here is some information on the fighters.

Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider:
The Ghost Rider is a human who can transform into a skeletal 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. The Ghost Riders are notoriously hard to injure by any conventional means, as bullets and knives usually pass through them without causing pain. The Ghost Riders possess superhuman strength, enough to easily pick up a truck and hurl it across a road. It has been stated that Johnny Blaze as Ghost Rider can press around 25 tons. Johnny Blaze’s Ghost Rider can cause his motorcycle to transform and surround itself with hellfire or he can create a new cycle from pure hellfire. He is also capable of projecting hellfire as a weapon. Blaze also uses a shotgun and discovered that he can discharge hellfire from the weapon. He also now has new abilities including hellfire breath and the ability to produce chains from either his throat or chest.

Human Torch:
Johnny Storm gained a number of superhuman powers as a result of the mutagenic effects of the cosmic radiation he was exposed to, all of which are related to fire. His primary power is the ability to envelop his body in fiery plasma without harm to himself, in which form he is able to fly by providing thrust behind himself with his own flame, and to generate powerful streams and/or balls of fire. He can also manipulate his flame in such a way as to shape it into rings and other forms. Even when not engulfed in flame himself, Storm has the ability to control any fire within his immediate range of vision, causing it to increase or decrease in intensity or to move in a pattern directed by his thoughts. Additionally, he is able to absorb fire/plasma into his body with no detrimental effects. He has shown the ability to detect heat signatures. The plasma field immediately surrounding his body is sufficiently hot to vaporize projectiles that approach him, including but not limited to bullets. He does not generally extend this flame-aura beyond a few inches from his skin, so as not to ignite nearby objects. Storm refers to his maximum flame output as his “nova flame,” which he can release omnidirectionally. Flame of any temperature lower than this cannot burn or harm the Torch. This “nova” effect can occur spontaneously when he absorbs an excessive amount of heat, although he can momentarily suppress the release when necessary, with considerable effort. Storm can also direct momentary beams of “nova heat” as a weapon. Storm was trained in hand-to-hand combat by the Thing, and is highly skilled in the use of his superhuman powers in combat.

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