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Graphic Elvis By Liquid Comics Takes Shape

October 13, 2011 (Updated)

"Graphic Elvis" available in stores in early April 2012 followed by an iPad edition planned for release in mid-2012,  will combine rarely before seen quotes, writings, photos and memorabilia with original pieces of artwork by leading international graphic novel artists. Commemorating the 35th anniversary of his death, the illustrated anthology will be a homage to Elvis’ lifelong appreciation of comic books.

A premium hardcover, collector’s edition is now available for pre-order. This edition is priced at $199 and limited to only 2,500 copies worldwide. Pre-order your copy of 'Graphic Elvis' today!

Check out the Graphic Elvis photo gallery to view all of the photos that have been posted up-to-date, and find out more about the book that creates Elvis as a comic book hero.

More images from the artist of Graphic Elvis will be posted soon so be sure to come back to check them out.



 






Spy Elvis Sketch by Justin Ridge

Justin is an episodic director and storyboard artist for many hit shows like Star Wars: The Clone Wars. In this sketch, Elvis is portrayed as a spy who has come to save the day. Of course, as a spy his weapon of choice is a guitar.









 






Spy Elvis Sketch by Justin Ridge

Here is the finished drawing of Elvis as a spy. It was drawn by Justin Ridge who is a well known episodic director and storyboard artist. The image itself looks like it could really have been used for one of Elvis' Album.









 






Animated Bedazzle by Jeevan Kang

Responsible for the artwork of the famous Spider-Man: India comic artist, Jeevan's creativity is well respected around the world. Pictured here is how Elvis is viewed performing in the 70's through the eyes of a comic artist.












 

 






Animated Leather by Jeevan Kang

Responsible for the artwork of the famous Spider-Man: India comic artist, Jeevan's creativity is well respected around the world. Here is Jeevan's interpretation of Elvis' classic 68' special performance.












 




Graphic Elvis Cover by Greg Horn

Greg is best known for his work as a cover artist for Marvel Comics. In this drawing, Elvis is portrayed through the pivotal career highlights in his life with an electrifying background.