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Published July 25, 2019

Chris Daughtry and Ron Garney Team Up for a 'Red Goblin: Red Death' #1 Variant Cover

The musician fulfills a lifelong dream with a Marvel Comics legend!

A closer look at Norman Osborn's reign of terror as the Red Goblin is coming this October in RED GOBLIN: RED DEATH #1 by writers Pat Gleason, Rob Fee, and Sean Ryan with art by Pete Woods. But even more art will accompany this story in the form of a variant cover by musician Chris Daughtry and a famous name in Marvel Comics -- Ron Garney! Daughtry and Garney teamed up to create this wraparound variant cover, featuring Spider-Man being chased by the Goblin:

Daughtry and Garney Red Goblin Red Death variant cover

While Garney's name is well-known for his interior and cover art (and writing!) on books including AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, DAREDEVIL, CAPTAIN AMERICA and more, Daughtry is better known as the lead singer of the Grammy-nominated band Daughtry. But the lifelong comic book fan has been honing his artistic skills for years, citing Stan Lee and Steve Ditko as inspirations. Working on the variant cover for RED GOBLIN: RED DEATH #1 fulfills a long-time dream of Daughtry's:

“I grew up watching the Spider-Man and Friends cartoons as a kid and was always drawn to the bright colors of the costumes of Spider-Man and Green Goblin," said Daughtry. "It’s beyond a dream come true to be able to collaborate with Marvel and Ron Garney to draw these classic and iconic characters in all their technicolor glory.”

Look for RED GOBLIN: RED DEATH #1, written by Pat Gleason, Rob Fee, and Sean Ryan with art by Pete Woods and a variant cover by Chris Daughtry and Ron Garney this October!

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