This iteration of Ghost Rider comes to an end, and overall it’s a good one. Yes, Johnny Blaze is the Rider once more (as we all knew he would be, deep down in our hearts), but the reset button hasn’t been pushed completely. Alejandra still has some power, and she looks set to be a new nemesis for Johnny. Plus, she managed to kick some major ass before she got de-powered. I don’t think it gets much cooler than breaking into Hell, breaking into Mephisto’s lair, growing to a huge size and kicking his demonic tuchas. Oh yeah, and she totally ripped out his heart. She ripped out the devil’s heart. Awesome. I know some people hate Alejandra, but you can’t deny that she was cool here. I’ve liked this series and I’m sad to see it go, but we all knew that a non-Blaze Ghost Rider wouldn’t last. But Rob Williams has added a lot to the mythos now, and it’s going to be cool to see what the next attempt at a Ghost Rider series is like, and I look forward to both Blaze, and the now villainous Alejandra’s return.