Singer Elvis Presley has been immortalised into a comic book character. The comic book will be called Graphic Elvis. It’s a limited edition comic created by Liquid Comics and Elvis Presley Enterprises to commemorate the 35th death anniversary of the singer.
“Comics influenced so much in one’s life,” contactmusic.com quoted Sharad Devarajan, the co-founder of Los Angeles-based Liquid Comics, as saying.
A number of Presley's handwritten notes, rarely seen by the public, will also be included in the cartoon creation. The book will hit the market in December.