Marvel's dark characters team up.
Sequel to the Ghost Rider reboot A woman named Alejandra who grew up in a pyramid temple in Nicaragua among the followers of a man named Adam, becomes a new, female Ghost Rider. Meanwhile, Mephisto tells Johnny Blaze, who is at peace now that he is free of the curse of Ghost Rider, that Adam (who relieved Blaze of the curse and bestowed it upon Alejandra) intends to take away all of humanity's sins, which will turn it into a cold, emotionless stagnant race devoid of creativity. Now, Johnny must separate Alejandra from Adam, but Alejandra is unwilling to agree ...
When the heroes of the Marvel Universe disappear a new team tries to fill the void. But what seems like a beacon of hope turns out to be something far more Sinister as this new team turns out to be some of the Marvel Universe's oldest and deadliest villains, gaining the public trust, only to turn on them later. But along the way some of them grow into the roll of hero and some try to turn over new leafs, and some backslide into their old ways. Can a crew of screw ups make good?
The conclusion to my Daredevil series, following DAREDEVIL - THE MAN WITHOUT FEAR and DAREDEVIL - SHADOWLAND. Hell's Kitchen has been sealed off from the rest of New York City, with Daredevil guarding its criminal scum by night. But, Matthew's personal life is falling apart, he's about to lose his job, he and Foggy's friendship is being destroyed, and he's becoming a target for the rest of the New York criminal underworld. After stopping a random mugging and accidentally revealing his identity to the victim, amateur special effects wizard and stunt man Qinten Beck, decides to use his technical skills ...
Sequel to DAREDEVIL - THE MAN WITHOUT FEAR. After his battle with the H-Bombers, blind lawyer Matthew Murdoch vows to continue protecting his city as the vigilante Daredevil. Soon after, corrupted businessman Wilson Fisk decides to use Daredevil as motivation and leverage to elevate the crime rate in Hell's Kitchen that it begins to spend rapidly throughout the city. Now, Matthew must do whatever he can to contain the activity and bring down Fisk, while uncovering the dark secrets in his father's past... MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong bloody violence, grisly images, some language and brief nudity.
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