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The Ghost TV Show

Set in Chicago during the height of the Great Depression (1933-1934) where happiness is at an all time low and unemployment has skyrocketed to new limits (past 20%), leaving the populous susceptible to starvation as they go without a place to live and many start turning towards the street, fending for themselves. Furthermore, these unprecedented times have only served to infatuate the crimes seen over the previous decade as there is an distinguished spike in criminal activity across the board, furthering the gangster rivalries and mobster dealings. In spite of this all, the long awaited Century of Progress Exposition is here promising to raise the hopes of the citizens as it has proven to be a massive job creator during this era and will highlight the technological and scientific progress made over the last century. Brad Hendricks, an estranged teenager, managed to get a job helping to organizing the event by running a booth of strange objects and artifacts from around the world, these objects are being sent in to prepare for the fair which is to start in a few weeks. He knows many are fake and most are not worth more than a nickel or a dime until one day a very peculiar object shows up as if it dropped out of thin air. It is a costume that is the most magnificent color, this attracts him towards it and once his attention is drawn into this strange suit he evaluates it, finding out that it is made of an unknown substance. Brad then realizes that a note has been left on the back of the suit stating that it was for him, he finds this odd as the only person in his life is his girlfriend and upon seeing the note he can definitively rule out the possibility of this being her handwriting. He waits for the day to end and reads the note which informs him of Cadre, a criminal syndicate and it’s nefarious dealings that was regarded as nothing more than an urban myth. Brad feels ashamed for thinking that this could be true in the slightest but continues readings as a letter cannot hurt him but it is then that the author of this note states that Cadre had taken Brad’s parents 18 years ago when Brad was only 3 years old and kept them with their other prisoners in their lair. The note goes on to warn Brad that “something terrible” will happen at the World’s Fair come years end. Brad rips up the letter thinking it is nothing more than a harmful prank and goes home, taking the suit with him, over the next week he accumulates many letters from this anonymous source who claims that Brad, nor himself (anonymous) are safe and that Cadre has figured out that they are onto the organization. He disregards these notes again but gets one different from the rest during the following week, this one was dropped off at his house, not the fair, is larger than the rest and has a trail of blood following where it was left. The author states this is most likely the last letter he will be receiving and in it the letter details how to use the suit stating it processes futuristic technology and was stolen from Cadre and used on anonymous’s adventures to take down the villainous group. He ends by saying that he choose Brad Hendricks as his successor because he reminds anonymous of himself as a child, alone and seemingly drifting through life trying to move towards a better life, a life society couldn’t seem to provide him. With this Brad dawns the suit on himself and becomes The Ghost.

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  • GHOST

  • Brad Hendricks girlfriend Delores Winter

  • One of the three heads of Cadre

    Season 1 main villains

  • One of the three heads of Cadre

    Season 1 main villains

  • One of the three heads of Cadre

    Season 1 main villains

  • Season 2 main villain

    Season 1 henchman for Eel

    Monocle is an absurd seemingly C rate villain but is in actuality a dastardly criminal mind who created the Ghost costume and is (in season 2) reveled to be anonymous. Monocle's plan is to have Ghost kill the leaders of Cadre. In season 1 final Ghost kills one, the other is "accidentally" killed by Ghost, when in reality Monocle set up a death trap, and the third, the eel, is confronted and killed by Monocle as he thought he should have Eels place as the third head since he is stronger as smarter than eel. Being denied this privilege is what led him to "creating" the ghost and "telling" Brad about Cadre. Once Monocle comes to power he becomes the sole head of Cadre (starting the new tradition) and he, being the oddball he is wants to emerge from the shadows and have Cadre make a public appearance for the first time and have himself instilled as emperor. In season 1 he is seen using his high access to secretly create metahumans (theses are the villains of Season 2) to take over the world, the only 2 problems are 1. He only had 9/1,000 people survive the process of becoming metahumans (well 10 survived, the other survivor is Ultra-Humanite who is a old friend and rival of Monocle, monocle had no idea his henchmen picked up Huminate and is surprised to see he survived the transformation, due to his intellect and ruthlessness as well as their rivalry Monocle decides to keep Huminate locked up) and 2. the Ghost wasn't killed at the grand fight (end of season 1) like he was expecting. So he send these 9 agents out after Ghost. (Premise of Season 2)

  • Season 1 one shot villain

    Called a “ghost” as he is never seen in person and only heard over broadcasts and written letters. He revels his identity at the beginning of the episode, the is thought to have died in a plane crash and is believed to be his spirit.

  • Season 1 one shot villain

    Petty theft

  • Season 1 recurring villain

    Is a loony foe of the ghost with a witty sense of humor and is out to find the identity of the ghost

  • Season 1 one shot

    One shot auctioneer of real and expensive stolen artifacts to members of high society. He is seen as a modern day pirate and wears an expensive aztec skull mask.

  • Season 1 one shot

    Pyromanic that terrorizes Chicago and is obsessed with bringing about the London fire to Chicago.

  • Season 1 one shot

    Man with smiling mask and is a bank robber

  • Season 2 one shot

    Dedicated his career to starfish and said to have made contact with a giant alien starfish and that it reached out to him to warn the world of it's coming. The starfish gave him a suction cup which he attached to his chest and it alters his appearance to give him starfish arms and legs which come out of his body. (He also paints a starfish on his face) He goes on to terrorize others by absorbing the life force out of them which gives him super strength and increases speed of healing as well as further range and accuracy on his telephathy. (Ghost finds the suction cup on his chest and rips it off in the end which kills Roor but restores the energy back into the bodies it was sucked out of)

  • Season 2 one shot

    Dr. Darkk is an old and brilliant man who is a pioneer, visionary and former university professor. He is upset about how the rich are living lives of luxury while everyone else has to suffer he attacks the rich via his robotic daughter which he used as his subject for a robot which he builds in and around her. (Daughter is Makanique)

  • Season 2 one shot

    Daughter of Dr. Darkk, his partner in crime and science experiment which rendered her with her new look and abilities.

  • Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Phasing and darkness manipulation

  • Season 1 secretary for Monocle

    Season 2 Metahuman works for Monocle

    Recurring character

    Hypnotic

  • Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Speedster

  • Season 2

    Recurring character

    Delores Winters boss when she finally gets a role in a movie. Solala is mean to winters saying that if she messes up their are many others who want to replace her and she doesn’t know how lucky she is to have a role in the film. She also states “I never wanted you on the set you’re only in the film because the producer liked you.” We later find out Solala has a prohibition crime ring in Chicago that has killed on her word. Delores learns of this and Solala is taking no chances of trusting Delores and sets out to silence her.

  • Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Magnetic powers

  • Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    9 lives

  • Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Creates illusions

  • Issue 60 - Wind Master

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Power over wind

    Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

  • Issue 36 - Kaleidscope

    Metahuman works for Monocle

    Power over colors and light projection

    Season 2

    Metahuman works for Monocle

  • Season 2

    Metahuman

    Regulator is hesitant about Monocle’s plan and believes he is being lied to as Monocle told him he is trying to make the world a better place. Finds out the truth and gets drugged along with the other metahumans, Monocle keeps Regulator chained up as he doesn’t know what his power is and is trying to find out. In one of the last episodes he finds out his power is canceling out the others powers and takes this power from him and “kills” him, telling his men to dispose of the body. Unknown to Monocle the Regulator is still alive and has his powers (though he looks like a normal human again), he finds Ghost and teams up with him to help him defeat Monocle. The Regulator knows Monocles plan as he listened closely when he was chained up, he could have escaped at any time as he grew up undoing locks but decided to stay and hear Monocles plan, because of this the Regulator and the Ghost have a chance of taking down the Monocle.