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Danny Ketch is a comic book character and fictional anti-hero featured in the 1990-1998 series Ghost Rider published by Marvel Comics. He is the third Marvel Comics character to assume the name Ghost Rider. He was introduced in the first issue of the series and appeared in every subsequent issue. He also co-starred in the 1992-1994 series Ghost Rider & Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance and was also featured in multiple story-arcs in the anthology series Marvel Comics Presents.

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  • Danny Ketch is the third character in Marvel's publishing history to go by the name of Ghost Rider. The first Ghost Rider was a western-era hero named Carter Slade, whose background and origins bore no connection to the later Ghost Rider mythos. The second Ghost Rider was motorcycle stunt performer Johnny Blaze, who was introduced in the pages of Marvel Spotlight #5 and carried his own series from 1973 to 1983. Later issues of Ghost Rider, Volume 3 revealed that Danny Ketch and Johnny Blaze were in fact brothers.

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