We would like to present this addition to our statue line with the Elvis Presley Premium Format Figure brought to you by DarkFigures and Sideshow Toys. Each piece is individually painted and completed to the highest standards. Each with its own distinctive quality and detail that is the trademark of a Sideshow Toys creation. This vibrant figure captures the King of Rock ‘ Roll from his 1953 concert. The Elvis Presley Premium Format Figure is expressly crafted, highlighting the highly detailed costume and weapons. The Figure is an incredible and detailed addition to any display. A must have for any Fan or Collector!
- Elvis, the biggest-selling solo recording star of all time
- Expertly recreated as a 1:4 scale Premium Format figure
- It's not just a hunk `a burnin' love, but an astonishingly lifelike, mixed-media figure
- The King of Rock n' Roll at the very height of his career
- The Elvis Presley Premium Format Figure features a hand-cast polystone body
- Hand finished
- Hand painted to exacting standards
- Fully costumed in expertly tailored real fabric clothing
- The figure stands 19-inches tall atop a display base
- Individually hand-numbered with the edition size
- Elvis Premium Format figure is sure to be the centerpiece of any Elvis collection
- Highest quality reproduction of the King of Rock n' Roll of all time
Elvis Presley cast a long shadow; the longest in the history of popular music. The Guinness Book of World Records lists The Man from Tupelo as the most successful solo recording artist of all time, with more than 170 hit singles (including 107 Top Forty hits and 17 Number One hits), and 80-plus top-selling albums. Presley's recording laurels also include most consecutive #1 hits (10), and the most weeks at #1 (80).
Colossal sales, however, don't adequately capture the cultural tsunami that was Elvis Presley. From the moment of his first public performance (in 1954, on a flatbed truck at the Memphis fairgrounds), Elvis Presley electrified audiences with his crackling, up-tempo renditions of country and blues songs supported by some scandalous gyrations. Presley's vocal range gave him license to move freely between gospel ("Crying in the Chapel") and blues ("That's All Right") while joining other pioneers (Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard) in the seminal days of rock `n roll. By 1956, when Presley premiered on the Ed Sullivan Show, he was pulling a viewing audience of 54 million. He never looked back, riding the surge of a brand-new music form to immortality.