Herewith is the missing Plate No. 2 from the Ghost Rider paper doll series: Roxanne Simpson.
Roxanne and Johnny Blaze grew up together, raised by Roxanne's Father Crash Simpson, which always made their romance a little creepy, but it's less creepy than other things that have happened in comics. And even though Roxanne's role throughout the book was to be kidnapped and rescued like Nell Fenwick, at least she was a stunt biker chick and wore more jeans than dresses, which appealed to me growing up a tomboy. Unfortunately Marvel didn't know what to do with her, so beyond being the tough girl who spends her time tied up or passed out, she never managed an actual, you know, personality.
While I am playing catch-up from the original dolls, I won't say much about the particulars of these outfits (they're from Marvel Spotlight No. 5 , her debut). Once we get to where I left off, I'll return to commentary and screenshots of the comic book.
Roxanne started a redhead. went blonde for a while, then returned to red, so you can pick your poison when coloring her ~ or print two and have both!