By Ben Morse
“Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” blazes its way onto DVD and Blu-ray this week, pulling in for a pit stop on Tuesday, June 12, just in time for you to bring it home.
A pretty strong case can be made that Johnny Blaze possesses the swee
Check out some of these other masterful Marvel vehicles and then decide for yourself how jealous everybody else should be when it comes to the
Created by Mr. Fantastic—with a little help from his brother-in-law, auto enthusiast The Human Torch—the primary transport of Marvel’s first family can travel at extreme speeds and split off into a quartet of smaller sections. Ever the perfectionist, Reed Richards has been refining his original design for years.
The Black Panther and his Wakanda Design Group provided the specs and for years manufactured the Avengers’ iconic air vehicles. Each Quinjet possesses VTOL capability and five turbojet engines, from which it derives its name. Quinjets with specialized functions such as accommodating larger groups have been created over the years, but one constant has been they get destroyed pretty easily.
PUNISHER’S BATTLE VAN
First driven by Microchip and later by others, the Punisher’s seemingly standard issue van conceals and impressive mobile armory, allow Frank Castle to take his weapons on the road and deploy at a moment’s notice.
Convinced by Corona Motors to promote their new nonpolluting motor, Spider-Man let The Human Torch convert a dune buggy into a customized vehicle that included a spider signal and web launchers. As native New Yorker Peter Parker didn’t know how to drive, he quickly wrecked the Spider-Mobile.
GHOST RIDER’S MOTORCYCLE
Johnny Blaze’s stunt cycle consists of pure hellfire, enabling him to produce it from seemingly nowhere upon his transformation into
Be sure to pick up “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” on DVD and Blu-ray beginning Tuesday, June 12!