Different superheroes have different ways of battling evil. Batman, for instance, uses his keen intellect and an array of high-tech gadgets to put himself one step ahead of the enemy, while Spider-Man's spider-sense, quick reflexes and his patented web-shooters allow him to do whatever a spider can. And Ghost Rider?
Well, he vomits fire in your face.
Yes, the most demonic "hero" in comics is back with a brand new trailer and it turns out that this time around, Nic Cage isn't just playing with fire -- he's puking it. Hey, you work with the tools you have.
First things first, though: "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance," which arrives on February 17, is the long-awaited sequel to Cage's surprise 2007 hit "Ghost Rider." And once again, Cage is back in the saddle of his iron horse as Johnny Blaze, a stuntman who, after making an ill-advised deal with the devil (is there any other kind?), becomes the mortal host for a demon bent on wreaking vengeance on "whoever's got it coming."
Unlike the first movie, though, which was mainly just an origin story, the sequel features a real plot, as Cage joins forces with "Thor's" Idris Elba to try and rescue a kid who is about to be turned into the mortal host for Satan. And when you're facing Lucifer himself, you don't just spit in the devil's eye -- you projectile vomit in it.
Check out the new trailer from Yahoo! Movies to see what we mean. And get excited, because "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" IS in 3-D: