Washington: Elvis Presley has been turned into a comic book character to commemorate his 35th death anniversary.
Presley will be immortalised in Graphic Elvis, a limited edition comic created by Liquid Comics and Elvis Presley Enterprises.
“Comics influenced so much of his life,” Contactmusic quoted Sharad Devarajan, the co-founder of Liquid Comics, as saying.
Elvis had once told his fans: “When I was a child, I was a dreamer. I read comic books and I was the hero of the comic book. So every dream I ever dreamt has come true a hundred times.”
A number of Presley’s handwritten notes, which have rarely been seen by the public, will also be included in the cartoon creation.
Fans can check out Graphic Elvis in shops on December 2011.