Simon Riley “Ghost” Face Revealed Through Datamining
The infamous Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Ghost's face has been revealed through datamining.
Ghost face reveal showcases his new face in the new Modern Warfare 2 (2022) through data mining. Upon seeing Ghost’s new face, it is safe to say it was a bit underwhelming. It was nothing like the expectations made by a lot of fans of someone who was going to look like someone who was war-torn. But in fact, he looks nothing like the lore.
- The Ghost in Modern Warfare 2 is the most badass and very accurate to the core background story of the character. But the same can’t be said about the face.
- The Ghost face reveal shows it’s the very original voice actor of the character.
- It may face a change in the very future, and they will replace someone else for the face model, which is expected if the developers ever decide to do an official face reveal.
Simon Riley is one of the main and also playable characters in the new reboot of Modern Warfare 2. And one of the critical factors in the game’s success might as well be none other than the new badass more than ever, lore-accurate Simon Riley.
Always on edge, never trusting anyone, and being a badass in all situations, be it physical conflict or conversational dispute. The man has the upper hand in all situations. Comparing the character with the original character and comparing both characters with the background lore comic, it is safe to say the Ghost of the latest Modern Warfare 2 is the most lore accurate it is. But this is just a personal opinion, and it would be advised to read the comics before jumping to any argument.
The character’s background story is full of just misery and backstabbing, which leads to the very personality of the character in the game. Traumatized as a child by his alcoholic father as a kid, getting his only loved ones killed, his name tarnished, set up as a traitor, and getting tortured and buried alive, the man had one hell of a hardship in life.
Even though overall, the character’s personality, age, and ranking everyone is very accurate to the comic. The same cannot be said about the face of the character in the game. It wasn’t up to expectations, as one would say. He was a lot different.
The reason for it is easy to explain. The face seen here is non-other than Samuel Rokin , the very voice actor of Ghost in Moden Warfare 2. It is prevalent for characters to have the face model of their voice actor.
Through the process of scanning, developers have put in faces of real-life actors into their games. These actors even have to record their actions in the game through motion scanning; thus, very life-like action sequences are achieved in cinematics and animations.
Dataminers extracted Ghosts face 😬 #MWII | #ModernWarfare2 pic.twitter.com/jy5yiOMNbc — Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 News (@MW2CODHub) November 25, 2022
One thing to remember is that this might not be the final face of Ghost. This just as well is to have a base model under the mask, and who’s better to have than the character’s voice actor? He might as well be put there intentionally by the developers for the community to be able to see through data mining.
That’s the extent of the topic on Ghost face reveal. We hope you enjoyed reading what we had to say about it, and tell us your opinion as well; we would love to see it down in the comments.
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MW2 Ghost Face Reveal: What Does Ghost Look Like Without His Mask?
24th Oct 2022 09:20
Simon " Ghost " Riley is a Modern Warfare legend. The masked madman has been an integral part of the series, and ever since he was reimagined in another timeline, we've been hoping he would let us peak beneath the masquerade, waiting for the MW2 Ghost face reveal.
Having been a figure of Task Force 141 for generations, Ghost's alias is often speculated on, with many theories diving into who has or hasn't shared a room with the sniper specialist.
So, seeing his face would put quite a lot of theories to death, wouldn't it? Well, there is an MW2 Ghost face reveal, kind of, and it stoked the fire even more.
MW2 Ghost Face Reveal
Throughout the Modern Warfare 2 campaign, there are many throwaway comments about Ghosts' true identity, with his long-time pal John "Soap" MacTavish even asking him to finally lift away the mask.
Well, Ghost does just that sometime later, as the Task Force unites once again to take down a common enemy while all sporting one of Ghosts' masks.
The cutscene doesn't quite snap to his face though. All we get is a shot at the back of his head, revealing a white man with mousey-brown hair.
However, the actor who plays Ghost (Samuel Roukin) took to Twitter to reveal what he looks like behind that all-important mask. As every other character in MW2 uses its actors 'face' as it in-game counterpart, we expect that if Ghost gets a full in-game face reveal at some point, he might look just a bit like this:
Yes!! What a ride!! 💀💪🏼 https://t.co/lx2xW1KMJ9 — Ghost (@samuelroukin) October 22, 2022
Who Is Ghost?
It's easier to say, who isn't Ghost at this rate, and you can quickly rule out characters like Price, Soap, Gaz, and Vargas, given that they're present during the face reveal. Roach, Shepherd, Yuri, and Nikolai can all also be ruled out by the previous timeline where we saw Ghost - although they are separate stories and canons, there's no chance that they'll have Ghost as two separate people.
One main candidate as to who it could be is Alex, the Modern Warfare 2019 character that doesn't feature in the original series. However, there is no hint towards Ghost having a prosthetic leg, whereas Alex lost his left shin and lower in an explosion towards the end of the 2019 campaign.
Instead, Ghost could just be Simon Riley. We get a glimpse of his head in the MW2 Ghost face reveal, but nothing more. Maybe, he's just camera-shy...
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Modern Warfare 2: Ghost
Genres: Action , Adventure , Military
Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: David Lapham
Artist: Kevin West
Publication date: January 2010 - September 2010
In anticipation of the sequel to the groundbreaking game, WildStorm brings you a no-holds-barred, brutal tale of the mysterious Task Force 141 soldier known as "Ghost." Learning the motivation behind his mask and moniker is the tip of the iceberg in a story spanning the globe from the United Kingdom to war-torn Afghanistan to the drug war in Mexico. Believe us, this will be talked about for years to come! Award-winning creator David Lapham (YOUNG LIARS, Stray Bullets) is joined by artist Kevin West in a shattering 6-issue tour-de-force epic!
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Minhkhoa "Khoa" Khan  is the Ghost-Maker , a vigilante who trained with several of Batman 's mentors around the world. A rival of the Dark Knight since his youth, he is a radical crime fighter who will not hesitate to kill if deemed necessary and sees crime-fighting as an art rather than a duty.
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Minhkhoa Khan was the son of a wealthy Singaporean business owner in the exports industry. When he was eight years old, a psychologist diagnosed him as a psychopath, as he was unable to feel empathy or fear.  His family was physically threatened until they sold their company to the uber-wealthy Midas crime family. In one of these meetings, a young Khoa watched as of one of the Midas shot his mother dead in front of him and his father. Determined to destroy the Midas family and make them feel the worthlessness they did to his parents, Khoa set off to become a crime-fighter and get revenge. 
Khoa's goals caused him to cross paths with Bruce Wayne as they trained with many of the same mentors, and the two struck up a friendship. However, their connection became strained after Bruce told Khoa that the reason he wanted to become a crimefighter was to avenge his parents; supposedly angry that he was doing it for emotional reasons and not for the art of it, Khoa attacked him.   
Over the years, Khoa would fight Bruce many times as their paths crossed during their journeys; Bruce would later claim that once he turned 20 years old, he won these fights every time. One of these fights occurred after Khoa followed Bruce to Dublin and clashed over the right to learn from Tommy Tivane, the world's greatest knife-thrower. Khoa also seemed to have harmed a mutual master in Morocco , souring their friendship further.  He later trained with the Desert Kings in the Gobi Desert for two months; when Bruce went there the next year, he followed him and tried to initiate another fight. Bruce rejected him, as it was the anniversary of his parents death and he wished to be alone, but eventually relented after Khoa claimed that this sentimentality made him weak. 
Ghost-Maker in his youth
Despite his nature and their disagreements, Khoa was concerned for Bruce and stopped him in Argentina before he left back for Gotham City in a last attempt to appeal to him. Khoa implored him to realize that there is no way he can save everyone, and that operating with this singular focus would eventually wear his soul down to nothing. He asked Bruce to instead join him in southeast Asia where they would systematically destroy criminal underworlds, offering to do the same to Gotham once they had the resources. Disgusted with Khoa's outlook, Bruce warned him not to come to Gotham and Khoa agreed, as he had no interest in the city; in return, it was agreed that Bruce would not step foot where Khoa was operating. 
Taking the name "Ghost-Maker", Khoa followed through with his plan; mostly operating within Southeast Asia , he would spend a year taking down criminal operations in whichever city he went, leaving a massive body count and no trail for authorities to discover him. While operating in Singapore , he would eventually cross paths with Bruce (now operating as "Batman") when he tracked down a Gotham criminal who had fled there. Batman begrudgingly agreed to allow the latter to handle the criminal, per their agreement; on the way back, Bruce would confide to his protégé that although he was still furious with Ghost-Maker's selfishness, he also missed being friends.
Ghost-Maker and Phantom-One
Around the same time the second Robin was killed by the Joker, Ghost-Maker confronted and subsequently killed the married criminals Mr. and Mrs. Menace . The couple asked who’d look after their son and Ghost-Maker took up the responsibility. He let the boy live in a mansion, provided tutors, staff, and trainers, but never revealed his real name or face. Though his personal motivations were uncertain, the boy came to believe that Ghost-Maker saw an opportunity to make a better sidekick than Batman. He had the boy train 24/7 and turned him into the vigilante sidekick Phantom-One.
The two worked well together, but Ghost-Maker's psychology was ill-suited to rearing a child. He kept his sidekick locked inside the mansion, unless they were going on a mission. Phantom-One grew to think that his mentor looked down on him and hated sharing the spotlight. After three years, the duo encountered the villain Palladium. During their fight Phantom-One rushed ahead, causing an explosion and trapping himself under rubble. Ghost-Maker was faced with a choice; attempt to save Phantom-One, or save the lives of the ten civilians who had been endangered because of Phantom-One's impatience. In his mind, it was simple math and he chose to save the civilians. By the time he'd completed the task, the building had collapsed on Phantom-One, leading Ghost-Maker to think his protégé was dead. Whether over guilt for the death of his sidekick or anger at losing to the villain, Ghost-Maker made sure that Palladium met his end, repaying him in kind for his crimes.  
Bruce later tracked down Ghost-Maker and offered him a position within Batman Incorporated , but this enraged him and resulted in another fight. 
Eventually, Khoa obtained his long-awaited revenge on the Midas family by taking down Madame Midas, the family's current head. As he defeated her, he repeated the same gloating words she had told him the day his family was attacked. 
Fighting for Gotham
After the Joker War , Ghost-Maker broke the pact in order to step into Gotham as its new protector, disappointed in how Bruce handled its criminals. He activated his Ghostnet to absorb and analyze all the network infrastructure of Gotham's criminal underworld, and begun processing an action plan to dismantle it. He soon found that a new vigilante was his main obstacle in applying this plan -- a teenager named Bao Pham, going by the alias of " Clownhunter ". Given the fact the boy was also a ruthless killer endangering civilians, Ghost-Maker chose him to be a symbolic victim for Bruce to realize his mistakes. 
Ghost-Maker battles Batman for the fate of Clownhunter
Upon his arrival, Ghost-Maker killed all of the Grinners, a gang of Joker supporters, at their headquarters called the "Smile Bar". He then located Clownhunter while the latter was trying to blow up Harley Quinn 's apartment; Batman came to the boy's rescue and the two engaged in combat. Bruce explained that Bao is a teenager who witnessed his parents being killed by the Joker five years before (a murder that Harley was present for), and that he would rather rehabilitate him than kill or imprison him.
Disappointed that Bruce had not changed, Ghost-Maker tranquilized Bruce, Harley, and Clownhunter and trapped them in a room of Arkham Asylum, leaving only Clownhunter unrestrained in order to force Bruce to handle him. However, the plan did not work as Harley managed to break through to the teenager by explaining her resolve to atone. Batman related that although it was true that not everyone can be saved, caring for people like Harley and Bao allowed them to get better and make a difference. Although Batman has come close to death many times and his work would probably never be done, he believed the success he has had with rehabilitating people over the years prove that empathy has its place.
Satisfied with Bruce's answer for the time being, Ghost-Maker initially intended to leave, but Bruce believed he would need help in a rapidly-changing Gotham and asked Ghost-Maker to stay with him -- as long as he does not kill. Seeing it as an interesting challenge, Ghost-Maker accepted. 
Ghost-Maker and Batman work together
The first major case the two tackled was that of the Unsanity Collective , a high-tech, radical transhumanist movement that had been stealing tech throughout the city.  As Batman tracked down the organization's leader, Ghost-Maker saved Harley Quinn from the police and brought her back to his base: "The Haunt". Intrigued by Harley, Ghost-Maker questioned her on her ideals and pasts. They were quickly interrupted by Bella Garten and Oracle , the later of whom sent them to help Batman.  After saving Batman from the Magistrate agent Peacekeeper-01 , Ghost-Maker learned that The Scarecrow had been manipulating the Unsanity Collective the whole time. 
Alongside Batman and Harley, Ghost-Maker saved several members of the Unsanity Collective, including a young child. He protected them again when they were pursued, by the Magistrate, to the underground jungle of Eden.   With the Unsanity Collective saved, the Magistrate defeated, and Scarecrow back in prison, Ghost-Maker is recruited to train Clownhunter.  After helping Batman stop Firefly , he and his new trainee leave Gotham. 
Ghost-Maker leads Batman Incorporated
Having felt that his world had changed too much, Batman asked Ghost-Maker to lead Batman Incorporated. A decision that was met with anger from the other members of Batman Inc. Ghost-Maker's first mission as leader was to dismantle the rest of Lex Luthor’s experimental crime-fighter programs. The first stop was Kazbek, Chechnya, where the team encountered Gray Wolf . They discover that Lex Luthor had been funding a local scientist who was experimenting on Kazbek citizens with Lazarus Resin. They shut down the operation and Ghost-Maker invites Gray Wolf to join the team. 
Ghost-Maker and Batman Incorporated participated in the war between Talia al Ghul and Deathstroke . He lead the team as they provided protection to targeted members of Deathstroke's Secret Society and kept constant surveillance on Deathstroke himself. He protected the Society members in The Haunt.  While rescuing Black Spider , Ghost-Maker forced Clownhunter to fend off six League of Assassins members on his own. While the boy defended himself well, Ghost-Maker had to step in before an assassin could kill Black Spider.  When Deathstroke launched his assault on the Haunt, Ghost-Maker dueled the assassin himself. Ghost-Maker was winning, but was forced to yield when Deathstroke threaten to kill Clownhunter. Deathstroke destroyed the Haunt and left with the Society. 
Ghost-Maker, Batman, Robin , and Batman Inc. followed Deathstroke to the League of Assassin's headquarters in Nepal. Ghost-Maker joined the battle between the League and the Society, where he encountered a previous romantic partner: Angel Breaker .  When the true orchestrator of Talia and Deathstroke's war, Geo-Force , was revealed, Angel Breaker fled. Before he could get caught in the ensuing destruction, Ghost-Maker evacuated with the rest of Batman Inc. 
Powers and Abilities
- Archery 
- Computer Hacking : Ghost-Maker has a network implanted in his suit called the Ghostnet. Thanks to it, he was able to infiltrate the networks of Gotham 's criminal underworld. He also tricked an expert hacker like Barbara Gordon , and Batman told Barbara to shut her systems down when he saw the Ghost-Maker was in town, as his Ghostnet could take over Oracle's computers. 
- Firearms : Ghost-Maker is a master marksman, having trained under Luka Jungo - a former F.I.S. agent who was considered the world's greatest marksman. 
- Intimidation : Ghost-Maker heavily intimidated a crooked GCPD agent for information about Clownhunter . 
- Boxing 
- Ninjitsu 
- Medical Science : He was able to stitch up Batman's scars and apply anaesthesia in order to do so. 
- Meditation : He uses his self-indulgence in the pleasures of the flesh as a form of meditation, managing to solve crimes in his mind in the meantime. 
- Peak Human Agility
- Peak Human Durability
- Peak Human Reflexes
- Peak Human Speed
- Peak Human Stamina
- Peak Human Senses: Ghost-Maker is capable of fighting while wearing a bandana over his eyes without issue. 
- Driving 
- Escapology 
- Disguise : Ghost-Maker was trained in the art of disguise by Avery Oblonsky, an ex-KGB operative. 
- Swordsmanship : Ghost-Maker is a master swordsman, capable of matching Batman in a sword dual, even being able to tag him. 
- Multilingualism : Ghost-Maker is fluent in multiple languages, among them are Russian, Swedish, Malay, English, Shanghainese and Chechen.     He also knows Morse Code. 
- Psychopathy : Khoa was diagnosed with psychopathy at the age of eight, which largely prevents him from feeling empathy or fear.  Despite claiming to lack the ability to have concern for any human,   he has occasionally expressed sympathy and anger over the treatment of others. 
- Ghost-Maker Suit 
- Ghostnet : a private network Ghost-Maker installed on his suit, giving him several hacking skills. Through it, he was able to infiltrate the networks of Gotham's underworld and develop a plan to take down the entire criminal structure of the city. 
- Icon : An artificial intelligence programmed by Ghost-Maker himself to assist him in his activities. Icon is installed on the Ghost-Stream jet. 
- Ghost-Racer : An automobile that is still outpaced by the Batmobile . 
- Ghost-Cycle: A motorcycle used by Ghost-Maker. 
- The Ghost-Stream : A custom-built radar-invisible jet fighter. 
- Double Swords
- His identity is also known to Ra's al Ghul ,  Talia al Ghul ,  Thomas Blake ,  Angel Breaker , 
- Ghost-Maker generally keeps his eyes obscured by a piece of fabric whenever his mask is off; it doesn't seem to have any effect on his vision or abilities.
- He has had on-off relationships with Angel Breaker and Thomas Blake .  
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Batman 2021 Annual (Volume 3) #1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Batman (Volume 3) #105
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Batman (Volume 3) #103
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Batman (Volume 3) #104
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Batman (Volume 3) #105
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Batman (Volume 3) #102
- ↑ Batman Incorporated (Volume 3) #3
- ↑ Batman Incorporated (Volume 3) #5
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Batman (Volume 3) #106
- ↑ Batman (Volume 3) #110
- ↑ Batman (Volume 3) #111
- ↑ Batman (Volume 3) #116
- ↑ Batman: Fear State: Omega #1
- ↑ 14.0 14.1 Batman 2022 Annual (Volume 3) #1
- ↑ Batman (Volume 3) #123
- ↑ Shadow War Zone #1
- ↑ Deathstroke Inc. #9
- ↑ Robin (Volume 3) #14
- ↑ Shadow War: Omega #1
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 Batman: The Knight #6
- ↑ Batman: The Knight #4
- ↑ 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 Batman (Volume 3) #107
- ↑ Batman (Volume 3) #105
- ↑ Batman Incorporated (Volume 3) #1
- ↑ Batman Incorporated (Volume 3) #2
- ↑ Batman: The Knight #5
- ↑ Batman Incorporated (Volume 3) #4
- ↑ Batman: The Knight #10
- ↑ DC Pride 2023 #1
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Ivan Kragoff Red Ghost
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Ivan Kragoff was the Soviet’s premier space pioneer who vowed to be the first human being to land on the moon. Using a fuel made of the same meteoric materials that Reed Richards used to create his, Ivan launched a spaceship at the precise time that the Fantastic Four launched their own into space. Ivan crewed his ship with a trio of apes that he had trained to operate the ship, repair its machinery, and fire weapons, which he kept under-fed so that they would continue to obey him. And because Ivan had spent time researching the Fantastic Four, he was prepared for the cosmic rays he would encounter along the way, though unlike the four heroes, Ivan constructed his spaceship out of transparent, ceramic plastic to allow as much of the cosmic rays to filter through as possible. So that once he had reached space, Ivan and his three apes were bombarded by an intense dose of the rays, more than the Fantastic Four before them. Ivan’s Gorilla became super-strong; his orangutan gained control of magnetism; and the baboon gained the ability to transform into other objects at will. Ivan Kragoff, himself, became the Red Ghost, with the power to make his body insubstantial, allowing him to pass through solid objects.
Once the Red Ghost and his Super Apes reached the Blue Area of the Moon, they found an abandoned city as well as a more modern, inhabited dwelling. They also found the Fantastic Four’s Thing , and fought with him until Uatu The Watcher appeared and stopped the apes and the two combatants. He explained that his species observed others, but never interfered. However, Earth was becoming dangerously close to a devastating clash between the United States and Russia, which might reduce the human race to savagery and barbarism. He also announced that the Red Ghost and the Fantastic Four must fight to decide the battle.
The Red Ghost and his Apes fought the Fantastic Four until Reed designed a paralyzing ray that enabled him to freeze the Red Ghost who could not otherwise be touched. Then, while the Watcher explained that he would have to move his base to a new place, now that humans were capable of traveling to the moon, the Red Ghost’s gorilla released him from his paralysis. But when the Red Ghost tried to control them, after the Invisible Girl had fed them, they turned on him and chased him across the moon.
He returned many times after, using his apes to fight the Fantastic Four. At one time he tried to strand the Fantastic Four on the Moon, but they escaped to the Blue Area and soon fought back, knocking the Red Ghost into a portal and returning home. The Red Ghost was also one of the villains that Doctor Doom used to disrupt Reed and Sue's wedding. He attacked Susan and Alicia Masters , but Doctor Strange appeared and used his powers to send him to a distant nether world.
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Place of Origin
- Leningrad, Russia
Scream: Every Ghostface, Ranked
There have been quite a few different characters who have used the Ghostface identity in the Scream franchise, but which version was the best slasher?
The horror genre is filled with iconic and unforgettable killers from a few different franchises that welcomed a new masked slasher in 1996 when Ghostface made his debut in Scream . While Ghostface only wore a simple Halloween mask and costume, they quickly became a favorite in a movie series that celebrated horror movie fans.
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However, the Scream movies also contain an element of mystery regarding who is wearing the mask of Ghostface, which has resulted in quite a few different killers who have used the identity over the years. Today we'll explore everyone who has used the identity of Ghostface to determine which version of the masked killer was the most effective or had the biggest impact on the role.
8 Beth and Jay Elliot Revived The Role Of Ghostface For TV's Scream: Resurrection
The third season of the TV adaptation was titled Scream: Resurrection because it featured the debut of Ghostface on the series, which had focused on a different masked killer in the first two seasons. Scream: Resurrection saw a group of students in Atlanta who called themselves the Deadfast Club targeted by Ghostface, who also took on another killer known as the Hook Man.
This version of Ghostface was revealed to be Jay Elliot and Deadfast Club member Beth, who had teamed up as the killer for different reasons. Jay wanted to get revenge on his younger brother for taking on the identity of his murdered twin. Beth hoped to highlight the group's hypocrisy while also receiving the fame that came with Ghostface, which ultimately caused her to turn on Jay.
7 Sidney Prescott's Half-Brother Roman Bridger Had A Murderous Family Grudge
2000's Scream 3 was the only movie to feature a solo masked killer when it was revealed that the director of the fictional Stab 3, Roman Bridger, was also the one who had been killing off his cast while he targeted Sidney and her friends. Over the course of the movie, Bridger also revealed that he was the illegitimate son of Sidney's mother Maureen and film producer John Milton.
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Milton's assault on Maureen that led to his birth caused Roman to grow up resenting his mother, and he was responsible for turning the original Ghostface killer Billy Loomis onto his murderous path. However, Bridger's plans were just a bit too convoluted and his kills were over-the-top action movie-inspired spectacles instead of Ghostface's usual MO.
6 Debbie Salt/Mrs. Loomis Only Used The Ghostface Identity To Get Revenge For Her Son
The character of amateur news reporter Debbie Salt was introduced in 1997's Scream 2 as a fan of Gale Weathers who kept inserting herself in the story hoping to learn more from her idol. However, it was soon revealed that Salt was actually Mrs. Loomis, the mother of the original Ghostface who was driven to follow in her son's footsteps to get revenge for his death.
She contacted her partner and planned out the deaths at Windsor College to somewhat mirror the original murders from Woodsboro, all in an attempt to get back at Sidney for killing her son Billy. While a lot of the Ghostface killers were fueled by revenge, it was also clear that Mrs. Loomis was as unhinged as her son.
5 Charlie Walker Was Inspired To Become Ghostface So He Could Film The Murders
2011's Scream 4 introduced young Charlie Walker as the president of the Cinema Club with a love of horror movies , especially the Stab franchise of films that were based on the events that occurred within the Scream movies. Walker was manipulated by the main Ghostface through a romantic relationship and the chance to film his own Stab movie by documenting their kills.
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Walker's character was basically Scream 4 's Randy Meeks turned bad who, using his knowledge of the original Woodsboro murders to help set up the new round of killings as an homage. However, his misguided motivation and ultimate fate when he was betrayed by his partner lower his overall standing among the other Ghostface killers.
4 Mickey Altieri Was Attracted To The Fame Of Being A Serial Killer Like Ghostface
Mrs. Loomis' partner in Scream 2 as Ghostface was film student Mickey Altieri, who was close friends with Sidney's boyfriend. he had allied with Mrs. Loomis and agreed to help her bring back Ghostface in exchange for college tuition and the credit for the Windsor College massacre. Mickey was attracted to the fame of being a serial killer, especially when it came to the trial.
Mickey's passion for his role and his unique motivations for a high-profile trial after the killings made him stand out among the other Ghostface killers, though he fared as well as most of the accomplices when he was betrayed by Mrs. Loomis and ultimately killed.
3 Stu Macher Was A Horror Fanatic Who Followed His Best Friend's Murderous Plans
The original Scream introduced the reveal that the Ghostface killer was actually two people working together, with teens Billy Loomis and Stu Macher conspiring to kill Maureen Prescott before beginning their murder spree in Woodsboro.
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Stu Macher was a horror movie fanatic who enjoyed playing the role of Ghostface, which he was able to take revenge of his own on his ex Casey and her new boyfriend Steve. Stu was a follower through and through, though he did have a unique passion for the role that has made him one of the most memorable Ghostface killers.
2 Jill Roberts Wanted To Get Out From Her Cousin's Shadow With 15 Minutes Of Fame
Scream 4 took place on the 15th anniversary of the original Woodsboro massacre, which inspired Jill Roberts and her accomplice Charlie Walker to celebrate by creating their own place in Ghostface's legacy. Roberts was the young cousin of Sidney Prescott who had lived in the shadow of her more famous family member for years.
She instigated a secret relationship with Charlie Walker and made plans to resume the Ghostface killings when her cousin Sidney returned to town. Jill came very close to succeeding in her plans and tricking everyone into thinking she was the heroic sole survivor of the killings , temporarily earning the fame she craved before she was stopped by her cousin.
1 Billy Loomis Wanted To Take Revenge Against The Prescotts For His Broken Family
The best Ghostface in the Scream franchise is still the original, as Billy Loomis and his best friend Stu developed the tactics and style of the masked killer that would be emulated by every other killer. However, while Stu was motivated by his own loyalty to his friend and his love for slasher movies, Billy was driven by a desire to get back at the Prescotts for ruining his family.
Maureen's affair with Billy's father caused the family to break apart and gave Roman Bridger the leverage he needed to incite Billy into action as Ghostface. The fact that Loomis seemed to suffer from an inability to separate real life from the horror movies he loved only made him a more effective and creative killer which earned him the title of the best Ghostface.
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NECA Bringing a Fun “Ghost Face Takes Manhattan” Figure to New York Comic Con This October!
The Scream franchise brought the slashing to New York City in Scream VI this year, and NECA has just announced a brand new Ghost Face figure that has a little fun with that setting.
Introducing “Ghost Face Takes Manhattan,” a brand new Scream VI -inspired action figure from NECA that will be exclusively available at New York Comic Con in October!
This Ultimate Action Figure (7” Scale, fully articulated) has an updated soft goods cloak and includes 5 all newly sculpted Fun World masks featuring the new “aged” mask, green glow in the dark, bleeding, rainbow, and a classic mask with a unique sculpt- exclusive to this set.
“Ghost Face Takes Manhattan” also includes…
- All new hands (now with infamous “knife wipe hand” and unique voice-changer holding hand)
- All new knives (standard & green glow in the dark)
- “Playkill” booklet
- Statue souvenir
Coolest of all, the figure comes in special packaging that’s inspired by the classic movie poster for Jason Takes Manhattan , with Ghost Face slashing through an “I <3 NY” billboard!
New York Comic Con runs from October 12 – October 15 in New York City.
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“Building Better Worlds” Module Provides ‘Alien RPG’ With a Mysterious and Thrilling New Campaign [Review]
It’s been four years since Free League released their tabletop RPG adaptation of the Alien universe. Since then, they’ve been supporting the game with various book releases for the game’s two modes. There have been three books for cinematic mode, which provides the players pre-written characters with secret agendas to run through more focused scenarios, and one book in the game’s campaign mode, which allows players to create their own characters and run them through a more freeform narrative. The newly-released Building Better Worlds is in the latter category, providing a brand new campaign alongside rules focused on setting up your own space colonies.
The focus on space exploration and colony survival immediately set a unique vibe for the book. The previous campaign book, Colonial Marines Operation Manual , obviously focused more on action-oriented story, but this one looks to cast you as explorers seeking new worlds for humanity to continue to settle among the stars. The first half of the book focuses on providing new classes, gear, and creatures, in addition to an in-depth history of corporations, politics, and planets, while the second half outlines the new campaign narrative in detail.
The history section of the book fell a bit flat for me. To me, part of the appeal of the Aliens franchise was that they could drop you into any time period of the universe and tell a satisfying story without having to give you a big lesson on all the history that led to that point. Having timelines spelled out for me robs it of that feeling of economical world building, and on top of that, the history laid out isn’t anything terribly unique or interesting. A lot of the corporations feel a bit interchangeable, and the political groups never seem particularly compelling in motivation or method. It’s mostly written very matter of factly, but every once in a while there’s some attempts at attitude or personality thrown in that doesn’t seem to properly gel. While some liveliness does help spice up the reading process, it can make the book feel slightly less cohesive overall. That being said, it’s very easy to just skim through this section to see if you can find any ideas that spark your creativity and just move on.
The additional gear, vehicles and classes do more to add to the game, filling in some details that you may need to focus your campaign on colonial exploration and settlement. Again, these pieces of information may not be the most exciting, but they can provide you the mechanical means to explore the stars with new spaceships and hazard suits. The two new classes do a good job of distinguishing themselves from the ones originally included with the book, while also justifying their inclusion in a space colony setting. The Wildercatter is a prospector that’s focused on exploring new lands for resources, while the Entertainer has skills focused on keeping the people of the colony happy, even in the dangerous frontier. In addition to the new classes, there are also new talents that can be used to expand the scope of the classes from the base game.
The species catalog, as the book calls it, includes some more creatures to add to the universe of the game, mostly related to the Prometheus branch of the films. There’s plenty of new monsters related to the black pathogen seen in the film, detailing the various stages of infection that players can go through and the abominations that they can become. Only two of the species included are new Xenomorph variants, so if you’re hoping for more variants of your favorite alien, you might find it a bit lacking. While a lot of the new creatures are interesting from a mechanics standpoint, I feel like this section could use more art to help you visualize the beasts without having to go back to the films. The images in the book are moody and evocative, so it’s a bummer that we don’t get more of it in the section that could use it the most.
The real meat of the book, and the part that I found extremely compelling, is the second half of the book that lays out the campaign titled “The Lost Worlds.” This story throws you into an ambitious frontier mission in search of a series of colonies that were lost nearly a century ago, while also trying to set up new settlements in the sector. It’s a sandbox-style campaign that allows the players to choose where the action takes them, funnelling them into a series of specific expeditions that will give them clues to an overarching story about a terrible threat that’s taken up residence in this corner of space.
The book quickly and effectively gives you the parts of history that will be useful for defining the stakes of the campaign, along with the relevant factions and NPCs that you’ll be interacting with. There’s information about all the planets that you’ll have at your fingertips, as well as some structural rules about downtime and survival. After that efficient intro section, they begin laying out the seven expeditions that will make up the campaign.
Throughout the course of The Lost Worlds , you’ll play through six expeditions, which can be done in any order, that will lead to a climatic seventh that brings the story to a thrilling conclusion. Each of these missions will give you a specific clue to what’s going on, allowing players to naturally move themselves towards that final confrontation. What’s complicated about running an Alien campaign is that the game would start to lose its shine if you ran into a Xenomorph every session. The book smartly provides other vectors of conflict, ranging from treacherous jungles with feral humans to cultists serving mysterious alien beings. When Xenomorphs do show up, they are either used in moderation to increase the stakes or are the omnipresent focus of the expedition. Needless to say, many of these planets you’ll explore feature ancient ruins of the Engineers, which help build a picture of the overall universe in addition to the narrative being told.
All my experience with the Alien RPG prior to this has been running one-shots using the Cinematic Mode, but after reading Building Better Worlds , it’s easy to see how the game works in a campaign format. Each of the expeditions are narratively interesting with multiple ways for players to navigate the plot, providing a great framework for a long running story. I know a lot of people come to expansion books like this for the additional lore or gear, but that part of the book just wasn’t as engaging to me as the campaign material and felt like it could use more substance. That being said, the campaign material alone makes this a worthwhile purchase. If you’ve enjoyed the Alien RPG in the past, or if you’ve had the book for a while but just never found the creative spark to structure a full campaign, Building Better Worlds will give you the tools to run a satisfying ongoing story that’s full of exciting moments while leaving space for player agency.
Alien: The Roleplaying Game and the “Building Better Worlds” Campaign Module are available to purchase from Free League Publishing.
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Ghostface: All 11 Ghostface Killers From Scream Ranked
- January 18, 2022
With Scream (2022) introducing Ghostface to a new generation, we decided to look at all of the Ghostface killers, past and present.
The killers from the MTV Scream TV series were not included in this ranking, because they wear the “Brandon James” mask instead of the classic Ghostface costume. Spoilers for Scream (2022) lie ahead, so turn back now if you haven’t seen the new slasher movie.
Ghostface Ranked #1: Stu Macher ( Scream 1996)
The first R-rated movie I ever saw was Scream . I was way too young, and I was a big fan of the live-action Scooby-Doo movies. Matthew Lillard plays both Shaggy and Stu Macher, a class clown with a dark sense of humor who turns out to be the Ghostface killer. Lillard’s unhinged performance gave me nightmares for weeks as a child, and it was a long time before I could look at Scooby-Doo the same.
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As an adult, revisiting Matthew Lillard’s performance is always a delightful treat. He has some of the best lines in the entire franchise (i.e. “My parents are going to be so mad at me!”) and his terror is nearly unmatched to this day. Stu Macher is such a beloved character that many scripts featuring his return have been written, but none have stuck…so far.
Ghostface Ranked #2: Billy Loomis ( Scream 1996)
Stu Macher’s partner in crime, the second Ghostface was Billy Loomis, played by Skeet Ulrich. Billy was Sidney Prescott’s boyfriend, but he became Ghostface after murdering Sidney’s mother Maureen. He killed her as revenge for sleeping with his father, going on to start the very first Woodsboro killing spree.
The horrors of Billy Loomis and Stu Macher started the Scream franchise, inspiring many copycat killers to follow in their footsteps. Even today, the shadow of Billy Loomis hangs over the Scream franchise. The new series lead, Sam Carpenter, is actually the daughter of the deceased Billy Loomis, cementing his legacy. She is perpetually haunted by visions of her father, and gleefully tore apart her killer ex-boyfriend in the third act of Scream (2022). Could Sam become the Ghostface of Scream 6?
Ghostface Ranked #3: Roman Bridger ( Scream 3 )
Roman Bridger is one of the most unique versions of Ghostface to grace the silver screen. He was the only killer to operate on his own, as there are almost always two Ghostface killers at work. As the director of Stab 3 , an in-universe movie about the Woodsboro murders, Roman used his resources and knowledge of special effects to slaughter the souls of Scream 3 .
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His story reframed the original Scream trilogy entirely, revealing that he had orchestrated the death of Maureen Prescott and thus kick-started the entire Scream franchise. He decided to kill Maureen, and later Sidney because Maureen was his long-lost mother. He was the product of assault, and his birth-mother did not want to have a relationship with him. Roman used this as an excuse to kill, but he was eventually defeated by his half-sister Sidney.
Ghostface Ranked #4: Beth ( Scream: Resurrection )
Scream: Resurrection was a VH1 6-episode miniseries reboot of the franchise. It took place in Atlanta, GA, where a group of high-school students, the so-called “Deadfast Club”, were killed off by a new Ghostface. The series had no connection to the original franchise or the earlier TV series. In fact, the events of Resurrection all happen because of Beth. She was an emotionally unstable child with an affinity for the horror genre. As her desire to kill grew, so did her desire to fashion an amazing horror story in the real world. Inspired by the films she loved, Beth takes inspiration from the original Ghostface’s motivation, over two decades after Scream came out.
Beth was played by Giorgia Whigham, who also stars in season two of The Punisher on Netflix. Beth’s knowledge of horror cinema made her into Resurrection’s version of Randy Meeks. Almost every project in the franchise has a Randy analog, and Giorgia filled that role, and the role of Ghostface perfectly.
Ghostface Ranked #5: Jay Elliot ( Scream: Resurrection )
Jay Elliot was the half-brother of RJ Cycler’s lead character Deion Elliot. He knew secrets about Deion’s past which drove him to hatred, and eventually, murder. When he met Beth, she was looking for the perfect origin story and saw it in Jay and Deion. She seduced him into joining her as the second Ghostface.
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Scream: Resurrection is notable for being the only TV show in the franchise to feature a classic Ghostface. Jay and Beth delivered a number of amazingly gruesome and violent kills throughout the miniseries, despite the restrictions of TV compared to film. Tyga’s reveal as the killer caught me totally off-guard, making him one of my favorite Ghostfaces ever.
Ghostface Ranked #6: Jill Roberts ( Scream 4 )
Jill Roberts, played by Emma Smith is a Ghostface from Scream 4, and she may be the last truly great killer on the list. She was the cousin of Sidney Prescott, whom Jill felt her mother loved more. She grew irrationally jealous and spiteful of Sidney, eventually devising a plot to bring back Ghostface on the fifteenth anniversary of the first Woodsboro murders.
She sought to start a new bloodbath which would take the lives of everyone, including Sidney, but herself. Jill wanted to be the sole survivor, and to bask in the fame which Sidney possessed, fame she coveted with all her being. Jill was a real lunatic, and her self-absorbed, vicious character commanded almost every scene she was in.
Ghostface Ranked #7: Richie Kirsch ( Scream 2022 AKA Scream 5 )
I remember when they cast Jack Quaid for Scream 5 . At that time, something in my gut told me that Quaid’s character would be revealed as Ghostface. During the film, Dewey strongly indicates that Richie Kirsch could be the killer. But by the time the mask came off, and he was revealed, I had begun to think that Ghostface was someone else.
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As frustrating as that was, my hat is off to the writers for maintaining a shocking twist. The reason Richie is ranked so low on this list is because of his motivation. Richie was a huge fan of horror, especially the Stab movies. He hated Stab 8 so much that he began a new Woodsboro killing spree, one that could serve as inspiration for a new Stab movie. The commentary on toxic fandom worked more often than not, but he’s the third killer on this list to murder because he watched too many scary movies.
Ghostface Ranked #8: Amber Freeman ( Scream 2022 AKA Scream 5 )
Mikey Madison stars in Scream (2022) as Amber Freeman, the second Ghostface alongside Richie Kirsch. She met Richie on a Stab subreddit, where their hatred of Stab 8 lead them to plan a new series of murders in Woodsboro. She fell in love with the franchise when her parents moved them into the old house of Stu Macher, the first Ghostface killer.
Amber Freeman carved up some of the most violent kills to date alongside Richie, including the gut-wrenching death of Dewey. She was almost as good a Ghostface as Richie, but she got slightly less screentime, and therefore a slightly lower ranking.
Ghostface Ranked #9: Debbie Loomis ( Scream 2 )
Debbie Loomis was the surprise reveal of Scream 2 . She decided to follow in her deceased son’s footsteps and take on the Ghostface mantle as revenge for Sidney killing her son. She had been operating under a fake name throughout the film, making it almost impossible to guess that she was Ghostface. Her motivation was bland, her performance was mediocre, and her kills generally unmemorable.
Ghostface Ranked #10: Mickey Altieri ( Scream 2 )
Mickey Altieri was the partner of Debbie Loomis in Scream 2 , a film that I personally consider to be the weakest installment in the franchise. He decides to kill people as Ghostface because he wants the fame and attention serial killers receive when they are captured.
While the idea that he was going to give himself up as the killer is interesting, Mickey’s character was somewhat half-baked and forgettable.
Ghostface Ranked #11: Charlie Walker ( Scream 4 )
Charlie Walker is Jill’s partner in Scream 4 , a huge fan of horror and the Stab franchise. He sees himself as the remake version of Randy Meeks, and Jill as the remake version of Sidney Prescott.
He wants the story to end differently this time, with Randy & Jill ending up together as lovers. Unfortunately for Charlie, his story ends like Randy’s – bloodily, and without much fanfare.
While they may not have topped our list, Scream 2022 has presented fans with two new Ghostface killers and a wonderful new Scream story. While some left a more lasting impression than others, every Ghostface has had their own unique impact on the horror genre.
Who is your favorite Ghostface? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or on our social media !
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Ghost Face Is a Killer With Many Faces in New Fright-Rags Collection
The designs for the new collection are based on the upcoming Ghostface board game from Stop the Killer.
The Big Picture
- Ghost Face from Scream VI dominated the box office and saw the franchise regain popularity with clothing collections and board games.
- Fright-Rags has now unveiled a new Ghostface collection with deadly designs.
- The new collection features designs based on the upcoming board game Ghost Face: Stop the Killer , including the Devil Ghost Face, classic Ghost Face, and a group of Ghost Face killers in a fog-covered graveyard.
2023 has been another dominant year for horror. Even though there’s still a ton of highly anticipated frights to come, one of the top killers this year was Ghost Face whose latest film Scream VI covered the box office in blood when it released in March. The masked menace’s regained fame has caused Ghost Face to pop up everywhere. New clothing collections, board games , and recently Scream 7 even found its director. Now to hold over fans till the next film, Fright-Rags has unveiled their new Ghostface collection with a deadly twist.
This new collection features designs based on the upcoming board game, Ghost Face: Stop the Killer . There are three main designs by artist Justin Osbourn . The Devil Ghost Face with a pitchfork, classic Ghost Face with their signature haunting knife, and three Ghost Face killers stalking a fog covered graveyard. They’ll come in both the t-shirt and zip-up hoodie variety. While this is specifically a Ghost Face collection and not Scream related, the rights are separate, these shirts invoke the classic haunting atmosphere that would inspire the popular film franchise.
When Scream released in 1996 it took the horror world by bloody storm thanks to Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson's ’ fantastic blend of slasher thrills and meta sharp commentary. After making over $170 million at the worldwide box office, Scream 2 would release the following year and is still regarded as one of the best horror sequels ever made. The murder mystery refresh was exactly what the slasher sub-genre needed. Also, the end of the original Scream trilogy cemented Neve Campbell ’s Sidney Prescott as an all-time amazing final girl and the actress would play the character two more times in Scream 4 and Scream (2022). Campbell didn’t return for this year’s Scream VI due to a pay despite.
‘Scream’s VI Delivered a New Chapter in the Franchise
Scream VI focused new “ Core Four ” and Ghost Face’s “ carnage candy ”. The sequel also featured the most brutal Ghost Face to date as the killer used everything from Shotguns to ladders to enact their ghastly revenge. New York City was the perfect setting for this killer and added to the anxiety that Ghost Face could be anyone.
There’s no exact plot for Scream 7 as there’s not even a release date for the film yet. The setting or who’s returning for the sequel has not been revealed, but Scream VI ended with Sam ( Melissa Barrera ), Tara ( Jenna Ortega ), Mindy ( Jasmin Savoy Brown ), Chad ( Mason Gooding ), Kirby ( Hayden Panettiere ), and Danny ( Josh Segarra ) all survive the latest Ghost Face attack. It’s a safe bet most of them will be returning for the sequel and fingers crossed that both Campbell and Courtney Cox come back as well. However, the biggest piece of news coming from the sequel is that Christopher Landon ( Paranormal Activity , Freaky , Happy Death Day ) is taking over as director for Radio Silence. It’s going to be exciting to see what Landon has in store for this seventh installment given his immense horror background .
You can stream all six Scream films on Paramount + . This new Fright-Rags Ghost Face is up for pre-order now on their website through Sunday, October 8, and It’s set to ship the week of December 15. Until then, the entire collection can be previewed down below.
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