"When I was a child ladies and gentlemen, I was a dreamer. I read comic books, and I was the hero of the comic book...So every dream that I¡¯ve dreamed has come true a hundred times" -Elvis
To celebrate the life and legacy of Elvis Presley around the 35th anniversary of his passing on August 16, 2012, Graphic Elvis is the ultimate book for any Elvis fan.
The book also features for the first time, a number of Elvis¡¯ handwritten personal notes written in the margins of his book collection at Graceland. Readers can explore pages from Elvis¡¯ books with doodles, words, numerological notes and handwritten phrases.
The notes reveal rare insights into the inner workings of the legendary music icon, showing his deep spiritual quest and exploration of the mystical. Elvis shared his passion to seek out the deeper mysteries of life commenting, "All I want to know is the truth, to know and experience God. I'm a searcher, that's what I'm all about"
In the same way comic books inspired Elvis, this book allowed today¡¯s premiere comic book creators to find inspiration from Elvis¡¯ treasured archives at Graceland, creating a unique visual experience for his millions of fans. Rare photos and memorabilia from the archives at Graceland in Memphis are showcased, including Elvis¡¯ signed boxing gloves from Muhammad Ali; a letter inviting Elvis to London to perform for the royalty of England; etc.
Featuring a story by comic book legend, Stan Lee, (co-creator of Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Hulk and Thor), as well as leading creators including Jimmy Palmiotti, John Cassaday, Paul Gulacy, Ryan Kelly, Paul Pope, Greg Horn, Jeevan J. Kang, Mukesh Singh, Steve Rude, Tony Millionaire, Gilbert Hernandez and more.
A whole new way to experience the greatest rockstar the world
* Adult superhero adventure!
"When I was a child, ladies and gentlemen, I was a dreamer. I read comic books, and I was the hero of the comic book...So every dream that I¡¯ve dreamed has come true a hundred times" -Elvis
This Free Comic Book Day Preview of the Graphic Elvis collector¡¯s book, features selected stories and excerpts from the deluxe hardcover edition of the book. "Graphic Elvis" is an illustrated homage to Elvis¡¯ lifelong appreciation of comic books, commemorating the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley¡¯s death in 2012. In the same way comic books inspired Elvis, this book allowed today¡¯s premiere comic book creators to find inspiration from Elvis¡¯ treasured archives at Graceland, creating a unique visual experience for his millions of fans. Acclaimed graphic novel artists recruited from around the world portray the King of Rock 'n¡¯ Roll in unprecedented visual styles. Beyond the original illustrations, the book features numerous hand-written notes and musings, rarely seen by the public and written in the margins of various books owned by Elvis. A whole new way to experience the greatest rockstar the world has ever known.
The second volume of RED SONJA: TRAVELS collects a dozen heart-pounding adventures from the Dynamite library, including BREAK THE SKIN, DELUGE, RAVEN, SANCTUARY, RED SONJA AND CUB, BERSERKER, and every RED SONJA ANNUAL and GIANT-SIZE edition. Written and illustrated by some of the comic book industry's greatest talents, including Michael Avon Oeming, Christos Gage, Dan Brereton, Nancy A. Collins, Jim Zub, Jonathan Lau, and many more!
* Metatron and DD Mau's secrets unveiled!
* A dark world of paranoid conspiracy!
"He transitions from one area to another of the city; histories between teammates, and motivations are executed masterfully."—Bloody Disgusting
The discovery of who was behind Metatron’s mind control and the death of DD Mau has Faustus hitting a breaking point. No longer capable of controlling his anger, he goes after the Advisors and discovers a secret he is not ready for. Will Faustus—and the Victories—be able to save the world . . . and themselves? Collects The Victories #11–#15.
* By Eisner Award winner Michael Avon Oeming (cocreator of Powers).
“Michael Avon Oeming manages to show us what being a true hero is all about. He pulls no punches and offers no apologies for it.”—Comic Bastards
“ If you like Powers, you’ll love The Victories!” —Brian Michael Bendis