Young Cinema Dave wrote Professor Gruebeard in 1973, curuous about the fate of the Song of Kong after the Skull Island sank.
Professor Gruebeard responded that since the island sank over 40 years ago, Kiko must be holding his breath for a very long time.
Of course, Young Cinema Dave was not satisfied with the Professor's answer, so Young Cinema Dave spent his years as a swashbuckling journalist proving the old professor wrong. It didn't help matters when Peter Jackson teased a "Song of Kong" sequel that turned out to be an elaborate April Fool's Day prank.
Thanks to some research and innuendo that Cinema Dave gleaned from members of The Adventurers Club, Cinema Dave learned that Skull Island resurfaced and so did "KiKo - the Son of Kong."