Kenshiro "Zero" Cochran was a hacker in Transverse City who made the mistake of stealing information form a corporation called D/Monix -- a mistake he paid for with his life when D/Monix had him hunted down and shot with a poisoned flechette. Knowing he had no hope of survival, Zero uploaded his consciousness into cyberspace in order to keep his assassins from recovering their data.
Though his body was dead, Zero's mind survived, stored digitally by a group of artificial intelligences which dwelt in a hidden sector of cyberspace known as the Ghostworks. The Ghostworks offered Zero a second chance of sorts, asking him to become their "avatar" in the real world due to his rebellious attitude and complete disregard for authority. Zero accepted.
His mind and personality were downloaded into a Cybertek 101 robotic body, which he used to avenge his own death and fight the evil schemes of the D/Monix corporation, calling himself " Ghost Rider" based on the similarities between his new body and abilities to those of the anti-hero from the previous century. Although the personality of this new "Ghost Rider" was essentially Zero Cochran, the Ghostworks still maintained a measure of control over his mind, even going so far as to prevent him from thinking of certain actions which might lead to his becoming more independent than they wanted him to be.
Zero's robotic body grants him superhuman strength and durability, as well as freeing him of the need to eat, drink, breathe or sleep, though he would have to re-charge from time to time (this became less of a problem later on after the acquired a portable power generator). His robot body was able to self-repair.
Both of the Cybertek 101's hands could be transformed; the left formed razor-sharp claws, while the right became a high-tech chainsaw. In addition, it was capable of firing optic lasers.
It came equipped with a stealth system capable of rendering it invisible to both electronic detection and the naked eye, as well as a "solidgram" camouflage system which allowed Zero to disguise himself as anyone. The "solidgram" was also used to create the illusion of the robot's head being on fire, further mimicking the original Ghost Rider.
Zero's previous experience as a hacker allowed him to access secure computer systems with little difficulty, as well as to project his psyche into cyberspace to obtain information directly.
Ghost Rider's motorcycle was a modified version of the one Zero had used before his death, a Ford Velociraptor 900. Like many vehicles of the time period, it had no wheels, instead having the capability to hover or fly.
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