Ghost Nameless Ghoul Male Mask with Collector's Box
- Molded resin mask
- Mask covers entire face and top of head
- Small eye openings allow limited vision
- Officially licensed
Cardinal Copia and Co
Touring with Cardinal Copia and his mask-wearing clergy would be a wild adventure. Can you imagine getting up on stage in places that range from London, England to Omaha, Iowa? The tour produces some serious drama on stage. Hoods, smoke, the whole shebang! But if the clergy of the cardinal weren't wearing dramatic masks whenever they were producing their songs, would their concerts be as memorable? We really don't think so. The masks are a huge part of it! Do you want to see the world from the eyes of the Nameless Ghoul clergy? This chromatic mask will create the drama you're looking for.
Talk about authentic, this mask is sculpted by Jerry Constantine, the artist that makes all the masks for the band! It has all the details you might see on stage while Ghost is on tour. The Nameless Ghoul has a subtle nefarious expression and dapper hair with grotesque horns for a devilish look, worthy of the Ghost clergy. The high gloss chrome paint makes this mask both dramatic and realistic! It comes in a full-color box that makes it worthy of any music fan's collection!
Keep it to the Clergy
Are you ready to take on the role of Nameless Ghoul? We're excited to see the drama you create with this movie-quality mask! This can be paired with a black ensemble to complete Ghost's eerie Swedish rock aesthetic. The sculpted, silver finish will look amazing under the lights of a display cabinet. Whether you're looking for the ultimate gift for the Ghost fan in your life or a way to see life through the eyes of the band, this mask brings the drama behind the music in a way that only a Nameless Ghoul can!
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