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Appearing in "What If... Ghost Rider Spider-Woman and Captain Marvel Had Remained Villains?"Edit

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  • Ghost Rider (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Arachne (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Nick Fury (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Captain Marvel (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Sentry 459 (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)

Synopsis for "What If... Ghost Rider Spider-Woman and Captain Marvel Had Remained Villains?"Edit

Framing splash page. The Watcher introduces the premise.

Appearing in "Ghost Rider Part 1"Edit

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Synopsis for "Ghost Rider Part 1"Edit

When Johnny Blaze sells his soul to the devil so that Crash Simpson beats cancer to make his big stunt, Satan decides to let Crash survive the stunt only to turn Johnny into the Ghost Rider afterwards and drive him to kill Crash with his own newfound powers. Fleeing into the night, Johnny quickly gives into despair and allows the Ghost Rider persona to take over. When Roxanne eventually catches up to him to try to stop his murderous rampage and bring him back, he's only able to briefly hold back before consuming her soul as well. Finally, he comes into conflict with the Son of Satan, who makes one last attempt to speak to the soul of Johnny Blaze. Finding only the unrepentant spirit of Vengeance, Hellstrom draws the hellfire from Ghost Rider's body, leaving him as an inert skeleton laying in the desert.

Appearing in "Part 2 The Spider-Woman"Edit

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Synopsis for "Part 2 The Spider-Woman"Edit

After accidentally killing Jared during her first mission for Hydra, Arachne falters on her decision to kill Nick Fury in retaliation, but accidentally blasts him anyway when startled by the arrival of Val. Arachne flees back to Hydra HQ hoping to at least learn the secrets of her past, but SHIELD follows her and she's ultimately captured in the raid, along with Count Vermis, whom Arachne is quickly learning is not to be trusted. During Arachne's trial, Vermis is brought up as a witness and claims that she is not actually human, but a mutated spider. Refusing to believe this or submit any more to captivity, Arachne escapes the courtroom and begins life as a fugitive, seeking answers to her identity that remain out of reach.

Appearing in "Part 3 Captain Marvel"Edit

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Synopsis for "Part 3 Captain Marvel"Edit

When Colonel Yon-Rogg activates Sentry #459 to sabotage Captain Mar-Vell's mission on Earth, the violation does not go ignored by the Kree command. Ronan relieves Yon-Rogg of command, but Yon-Rogg refuses to give up without a fight and hijacks a ship to go down to Earth and try to kill Mar-Vell himself. In his haste, he forgets to take a breathing serum and starts to suffocate in the atmosphere before he can deliver the killing blow, just before Ronan arrives to carry out Yon-Rogg's sentence. In commendation for how he handled the situation, Mar-Vell is promoted to Colonel and commander of the Earth mission, replacing Yon-Rogg. Affirming his loyalty to the Empire, Mar-Vell declares that if the Earthlings shoud prove to be a threat, then let them beware.

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