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'''{{eps|Night of the Lizard}}''' is the series premiere of {{sm}}. It originally aired November 19th, 1994 as part of a sneak preview and made its first regular-run appearance on March 4th, 1995. The episode features slightly different animation than the rest of the series, which would become more obvious when footage was reused in later episodes. The episode was written by Gerry Conway, [[Stan Berkowitz]], and [[John Semper, Jr.]] while Robert Shellhorn served as supervising director.
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'''[[Ghost Rider]]''' is a character voiced by [[Richard Grieco]] in all his speaking appearances. He made a one-shot cameo in the {{xm}} episode {{eps|The Final Decision}}, a small but notable cameo in the {{ff}} episode {{eps|When Calls Galactus}}, and a full appearance in the {{ih}} episode {{eps|Innocent Blood}}. Though unspecified, he is based on the second Ghost Rider named Daniel Ketch.
   
[[Spider-Man]] ([[Christopher Daniel Barnes]]) looks over his [[New York City|city]] wishing everything were as peaceful as it looked from atop the skyscrappers. Down in the sewers, two technicians ([[Hank Azaria]] and Ken Chandler) are working when a large creature attacks them. They escape to the surface but one is dragged back down. The other races off in the work van and Spider-Man saves him from crashing into the river. At ''[[The Daily Bugle]]'', [[Joseph Robertson|Robbie Robertson]] ([[Rodney Saulsberry]]) congratulates Peter Parker on the quality of his Spider-Man photos and wonders if he can get any pictures of the [[Lizard]]. [[J. Jonah Jameson]] ([[Edward Asner]]) tells Peter that there are reports of a lizard-like creature in the sewers. [[Eddie Brock]] (Azaria) gets the assignment but Peter knows Dr. [[Curt Connors]] ([[Joseph Campanella]]), an expert in reptiles. Jameson decides that whoever first gets a picture of Lizard gets a bonus.
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The man known as Ghost Rider possesses a spiritual-based power he calls the [[Ghost Flame]]. He rides a motorcycle that he infuses with the flames and wields a [[Chain Whip|chain whip]] to attack his foes. He activates his powers with a [[sigil]] embedded in his cycle. At some point he encountered the [[mutant]] [[Gambit]] in the sewers. The [[X-Men]] found out about it when they searched his memories after [[Robert Kelly]] was kidnapped by [[Sentinel]]s.
   
Peter thinks about getting a motorcycle to get around the city. But at his home, he notices some past due bills for [[May Parker|Aunt May]] ([[Linda Gary]]) and decides to use the money to help her. Spider-Man goes into the sewers and finds an enormous reptilian footprint. At Empire State University, he meets with [[Debra Whitman]] ([[Liz Georges]]) who notes that the footprint looks deep, like something walking on two legs. They enter the science hall when the power goes out. Peter's [[Spider-Sense]] goes off and they find Lizard in Connors' office, who is stealing something. Afterwards, Peter remembers helping Connors use lizard DNA to regrow a mouse's missing limb.
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After a [[Hulk]] attack outside Chicago, Ghost Rider went to the city to avenge the innocents lost believing Hulk to have killed them. While riding around the city, his powers accidentally caused a soup kitchen [[Bruce Banner]] was in to explode. Ghost Rider saw Hulk holding a nun and knocked the brute through a wall. He evaded a police quarantine to pursue Hulk but was stopped by [[Rick Jones]], who claimed that Hulk was innocent. Since the boy was not hurt by his flames, Ghost Rider decided to help Rick. They found [[Hulkbusters]] member [[Glenn Talbot]] attacking Hulk with a tranquilizer gun designed to kill Hulk. Ghost Rider used his [[Penance Stare]] on Talbot and learned the truth about Hulk. However, to save Hulk they needed to make him madder than ever before. Ghost Rider and [[Doc Samson]] fought Hulk while Rick and [[Betty Ross]] claimed to hate him. Hulk was cured but felt his friends hated him. Ghost Rider told them that Hulk's heart would heal.
   
Lizard and Spider-Man go to Connors' house to see Curt's wife [[Martha Connors|Martha]] ([[Giselle Loren]]) and son [[Billy Connors|Billy]] ([[Toby Scott Ganger]]). Spider-Man asks about Curt but Martha doesn't want to talk about him. They hear Eddie screaming as he's being attacked by Lizard. Spider-Man engages him but finds his opponent faster and stronger and he is defeated. Billy calls Lizard dad and the reptile flees. Spider-Man questions the two Connors and learns Lizard is actually Curt transformed. He used the [[Neogenic Recombinator]] on himself to regrow his missing arm, but when he came home he began turning into a lizard. Spider-Man chases after Eddie to stop the reporter from ruining his friend's life. However, Lizard uses the distraction to kidnap Martha.
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After being tricked by his [[Herald of Galactus|herald]] [[Terrax]], the planet eater [[Galactus]] was weak and needed to consume [[Earth]] to survive. Both the [[Fantastic Four]] and [[Thor]] failed to stop him so Ghost Rider appeared. He used his Penance Stare making Galactus feel the pain of the billions upon billions of lives he had destroyed. He sped away leaving the cosmic being's life in the hands of the other heroes. [[Nova|Frankie Raye]] then convinced Thor and the Fantastic Four to help Galactus then agreed to become his new herald as Nova. Galactus agreed once more to spare Earth.
   
Spider-Man follows Lizard through sewers, noting that the [[Fantastic Four]], [[Avengers]], and [[Defenders]] never end up in the sewers like he does, though maybe [[Hulk]] will. He struggles through the grimy, slime covered surfaces, eventually stopping to lament helping Curt in his experiments that caused this. He then finds the missing technician, who explains that Lizard wanted him to work on something electrical until he became too tired. Spider-Man then finds Lizard and Martha. Lizard explains he wants to be with Martha and intends to convert the entire city into lizard creatures like himself. Spider-Man readies his camera and attacks. Lizard again overpowers him but he easily evades the attacks. The webslinger gets ahold of the Recombinator but Lizard tackles him into the water. They fight until Spider-Man activates the device changing him back. The next day, Eddie brings Jameson to Connors' house intending to prove his story, but Curt answers hurting Eddie's reputation. Meanwhile, Peter gives Aunt May the money he got for the picture, but all she's worried about is the germs he got in the sewers.
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There was more planned for Ghost Rider that never came to be. "Innocent Blood" was intended as a backdoor pilot for a series that never materialized. A proposed story for {{sm}} featured the Spirit of Vengeance, nixed by [[Fox Kids]] due to the character appearing on the rival [[UPN]] network. The idea was that [[Mysterio]] would find the [[Time Dilation Accelerator]] and stumble across [[Dormammu]]. Ghost Rider would have teamed up with [[Spider-Man]] to stop them.
   
   
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Ghost Rider Penances Glenn

Ghost Rider is a character voiced by Richard Grieco in all his speaking appearances. He made a one-shot cameo in the X-Men episode "The Final Decision", a small but notable cameo in the Fantastic Four episode "When Calls Galactus", and a full appearance in the The Incredible Hulk episode "Innocent Blood". Though unspecified, he is based on the second Ghost Rider named Daniel Ketch.

The man known as Ghost Rider possesses a spiritual-based power he calls the Ghost Flame. He rides a motorcycle that he infuses with the flames and wields a chain whip to attack his foes. He activates his powers with a sigil embedded in his cycle. At some point he encountered the mutant Gambit in the sewers. The X-Men found out about it when they searched his memories after Robert Kelly was kidnapped by Sentinels.

After a Hulk attack outside Chicago, Ghost Rider went to the city to avenge the innocents lost believing Hulk to have killed them. While riding around the city, his powers accidentally caused a soup kitchen Bruce Banner was in to explode. Ghost Rider saw Hulk holding a nun and knocked the brute through a wall. He evaded a police quarantine to pursue Hulk but was stopped by Rick Jones, who claimed that Hulk was innocent. Since the boy was not hurt by his flames, Ghost Rider decided to help Rick. They found Hulkbusters member Glenn Talbot attacking Hulk with a tranquilizer gun designed to kill Hulk. Ghost Rider used his Penance Stare on Talbot and learned the truth about Hulk. However, to save Hulk they needed to make him madder than ever before. Ghost Rider and Doc Samson fought Hulk while Rick and Betty Ross claimed to hate him. Hulk was cured but felt his friends hated him. Ghost Rider told them that Hulk's heart would heal.

After being tricked by his herald Terrax, the planet eater Galactus was weak and needed to consume Earth to survive. Both the Fantastic Four and Thor failed to stop him so Ghost Rider appeared. He used his Penance Stare making Galactus feel the pain of the billions upon billions of lives he had destroyed. He sped away leaving the cosmic being's life in the hands of the other heroes. Frankie Raye then convinced Thor and the Fantastic Four to help Galactus then agreed to become his new herald as Nova. Galactus agreed once more to spare Earth.

There was more planned for Ghost Rider that never came to be. "Innocent Blood" was intended as a backdoor pilot for a series that never materialized. A proposed story for Spider-Man featured the Spirit of Vengeance, nixed by Fox Kids due to the character appearing on the rival UPN network. The idea was that Mysterio would find the Time Dilation Accelerator and stumble across Dormammu. Ghost Rider would have teamed up with Spider-Man to stop them.


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A panaroma shot overlooking the Bay Bridge featuring the first promotional shot of San Fransokyo, a Japanese-influenced version of California's San Francisco. The production staff used detailed geographical surveys of San Francisco to create an accurate recreation and developed an expansive new software in order to populate the city. (Big Hero 6)


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