The King

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Top Shelf Productions, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 264 pages
The King is an offbeat tale of one very enigmatic Elvis impersonator that's taking the Vegas strip, and the world, by storm. Shrouded in mystery with the shining gold helmet that covers his face, his performances are mesmerizing, and many fans are starting to believe that he really is Elvis. Through a series of thought-provoking interviews and investigative reporting, a journalist makes it his personal mission to find out who The King really is. And along the way he discovers a lot more than he bargained for.

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Is it possible that Elvis could return to earth as the appointed God of Music and decide to to a run of shows in Las Vegas? If he did, what would the media make of it? Who would be scrambling to get ... Read full review

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Tired of having hisNational Enquirer articles about Elvis sightings laughed at, Paul Erfurt tried to become a serious journalist, but hasn't managed it. Now, he's been given one more chance, by an ... Read full review

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