A 25-foot big Ozzy Osbourne inflatable made by Todd McFarlane was built (Wednesday, July 20) in the shade of the San Diego Convention Center to welcome fans to the legendary celebration ahead of his performance at this Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Ozzy and Todd have in the meantime made the specifics of their Comic-Con International deal official. On Friday, July 22 starting at 12:00 p.m., the pair will first unveil the cover art for the limited-edition special McFarlane-designed comic book (which is included in some of the special-edition bundles for Ozzy’s next release, “Patient Number 9”). to 2:00 p.m. at the Stern Pinball/Rebellion Republic exhibit (#3721), which is located on the exhibition’s main floor.
Additionally, a few units of the limited-edition “Patient Number 9” blue smoke vinyl variation with McFarlane artwork are currently available here. Pre-orders for this version of the song will only be accepted at Comic-Con (July 20). As stated earlier, a limited-edition cover variation of “Patient Number 9” was made by McFarlane and Jason Shawn Alexander (out September 9 on Epic). Over the course of the weekend, only participants may purchase a special Ozzy conference T-shirt at the Stern Pinball/Rebellion Republic stand (while supplies last).
This is their most recent project together. McFarlane, a Grammy winner, and multiple Grammy nominees, just directed the music video for Ozzy’s newest track, “Patient Number 9.” The single leads the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales rankings and debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Hard Rock Songs chart. On the Hot Rock Songs, Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Rock & Alternative Airplay, and Mainstream Rock Airplay charts, it is also in the Top 25. In the tracking week of June 24–30, the single received 1.4 million official U.S. streams and 2.2 million radio audience impressions. Jeff Beck, a great guitarist, performs an electrifying solo on the song “Patient Number 9.”
Osbourne’s latest album, “Patient Number 9,” is his first since the release of the highly acclaimed, globally successful, chart-topping “Ordinary Man” in 2020. He is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Award-winning singer and composer.
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