Super7 have released a new action figure of Ghost’s Papa Emeritus III. You can get one those HERE.
A couple of artists have gotten together to create an unofficial action figure of Ghost’s Cardinal Copia, as well as retro comic book art featuring Papa Emeritus III. You can check those out below. However, it’s worth noting that the figurine is already sold out.
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Candlemass have revealed that Ghost’s Tobias Forge (aka Cardinal Copia, Papa Emeritus) will appear on their special nine and a half minute long version of “House Of Doom.” That version of the track will only be available on the 10 inch etched vinyl version of the band’s new EP of the same name. That effort will be released on May 25.
KnuckleBonz Inc. will be releasing a new limited edition statue of Ghost’s Papa Emeritus III. It will be limited to 1666 hand painted and numbered pieces. The statues will be available in February, and can be preordered HERE.
Ghost finished off their “Meliora“/”Popestar” touring cycle in Gothenburg, SWE last night (September 30), and ended the show by “retiring” Papa Emeritus III. The singer was dragged off stage by men in suits, and the crowd was introduced to the elderly Papa Emeritus Zero, who said the following [translated from Italian]: “I am Papa Emeritus Zero. The party is over. The Middle Ages are starting now.” This is likely the precursor to Papa Emeritus IV, and the band’s new album, which is expected to be released in April 2018.
Kreator appeared on last night’s (April 25) episode of the German TV show “Circus HalliGalli”, and played their track “Satan Is Real.” As an added bonus, the band were also joined by Papa Emeritus (Ghost) and Max Gruber (Drangsal) for the performance.
During Ghost’s show in Leeds, UK last night (March 28), Papa Emeritus III ending up falling off the stage during “Mummy Dust.” You can see footage of that below: