Illustrator Drew Moss has revealed fan art which combines Marvel’s Ghost Rider with Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear, and it’s way cooler than it should be.
There are many versions of Marvel’s flame-skulled Ghost Rider, with different iterations riding everything from motorcycles to woolly mammoths, but a new piece of fan art imagines the Spirit of Vengeance merging with Toy Story‘s Buzz Lightyear, and it’s surprisingly epic.
While Johnny Blaze was the first Ghost Rider in Marvel Comics, there have been many since, and the character’s history has been expanded back to the Avengers of 1,000,000 BC. Thanks largely to Jason Aaron’s run with the character, a long lineage of Ghost Riders have appeared in Marvel comics, from the fiery Shark Rider (exactly what it sounds like), to the Cosmic Ghost Rider (the Frank Castle, aka Punisher, of a desolate future), to the spider-straddling Ghost Rider of the Hyborian Age (first encountered by Conan the Barbarian thanks to Marvel acquiring the license to the literary character’s comic appearances.) There are several Ghost Riders currently active in the Marvel Universe, but the most heroic is Robbie Reyes, who even managed to ride a Celestial at the height of his power.