Marvel Comics debuted Ghost Rider in 1972. The character, a flaming skeleton on a motorcycle, was a bit of a departure from the mostly-family-friendly comics publisher. Instead of a superhero who was trying to help the world, Ghost Rider began when Johnny Blaze, a stunt motorcycle driver, sold his soul to the devil to save his father's life. Marvel still publishes the story to this day and it was even made a movie franchise in the mid 2000s starring Nicolas Cage. This original Ghost Rider polo, in excellent condition, can be worn on the golf course or out to dinner.