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Marvel brings back foil covers for Ghost Rider: Final Vengeance

It’s been a while (we think), but foil covers are back. One such gimmicked piece will adorn March’s Ghost Rider: Final Vengeance.


To be completely honest, we’re not totally sure that it’s been all that long since Marvel Comics had a foil variant. It seems like there might’ve been one a few years back, but even so, the formerly 90s gimmick is still a rare commodity in the modern market.

So whatever way you slice it, it’s pretty neat too see a new one pop up. And it’s even cooler that it’s going to be on the cover of a pretty hotly-anticipated book. That, as you already saw, will be Ghost Rider: Final Vengeance, and the cover will hail from one Benjamin Su.

Cover art from Benjamin Su

New year, new GHOST RIDER! Continuing his acclaimed work on the character, writer Benjamin Percy will team up with artist Danny Kim to introduce an all-new Ghost Rider in GHOST RIDER: FINAL VENGEANCE #1. Hitting stands in March, the series will see the Spirit of Vengeance turn down a dark road as he abandons Johnny Blaze and possesses a powerful Marvel supervillain instead. It promises to be a very different chapter for the iconic flamehead and like other highly-anticipated launches, it’ll stand out in comic shops with a special FOIL VARIANT COVER. Fans can see the piece by artist Benjamin Su today as they gear up to learn the identity of the all-new GHOST RIDER. 

WHO IS THE NEW SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE? Find out very soon in a special announcement. In the meantime, check out Su’s cover and get a hint at the future of Ghost Rider by picking up the final issue of Benjamin Percy’s current run, GHOST RIDER #21, available now digitally and at your local comic shop! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

Marvel Comics press release

Ready to fire it up for one last ride with Blaze? Ghost Rider: Final Vengeance #1 ushers out the old and in the new on March 13th, 2024.

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