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Michael Davis

Master Of The Universe, Lord Of All Media, Most Interesting Black Man In the World, Sexiest Man on Earth, Mentor, Writer, Artist, Producer & Uppity.

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22 Responses

  1. Sandy Bratzel says:

    The thought of some other company being given the rights (or rather, being sold the rights by the family) to publish Superman stories is sorta scary to any fan, I'm sure. I know DC (and Marvel too, I'm sure) have been fighting this sort of thing for years. (remember the fight about the original art being returned to families?) I'm not sure what to think of it, honestly. I'm an artist, so I want artists recognised…but as a fan, I don't want my fave characters taken away to be mangled by whoever pays the most money….That being said…I love the guy in the Hello Kitty costume…:)

  2. Tony Isabella says:

    I plan to throw a party if DC loses Superman. Then I'll have my people look over the ruling to see what it might mean to me.BTW, I also think DC publishes some of the best comics around. But many of their super-hero comics are out-and-out train wrecks.The same is true for Marvel. On both counts.

  3. Vinnie Bartilucci says:

    For the record, here's the article Michael speaks of:http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=12021362251…And funny, I thought there were double"g"s in that other magazine's title. I know there's a lot of other double-other things IN the magazine…

  4. Vinnie Bartilucci says:

    To follow up, I had been under the impression that only Superboy was under fire in the current case – is it possible they have the facts wrong?

  5. Anonymous says:

    "This cracks me up especially when you consider that these grown ups who consider comics kids stuff flock to the tabloids to hear the latest gossip about Britney Spears, and revel at the latest celebrity train wreck."That is too true!

  6. Tony Isabella says:

    Lest I forget, Michael…GIANTS RULE!And, of course, Bill Belichick and the Patriots suck.

  7. Tony Isabella says:

    I have people. I can't afford to pay them, but I have people. Someday, hopefully soon, they will smell blood in the water and attack.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Since you know Al Sharpton, can he do something about there being no Static Shock action figures. What is up with that?

    • Mike Gold says:

      Is there an Al Sharpton action figure?

    • Michael Davis says:

      WHOEVER you are you MUST NOT know me. I'm not the guy to ask that question. That question should be addressed to Time Warner's BLACK CEO. Who by the way is a REAL nice and very smart guy. I have NO doubt he has NO idea why there are no toys from that highly African American successful show. Truth be told this is so far below what he does that that may be a moot point. However someone should ask that question to someone at Time Warner. I can't do it for many reasons. None of which I care to share. But thanks for pissing me off.

      • Michael Davis says:

        Oh by the way…PATRIOTS SUCK! Now I feel a bit better. But just a bit.

      • Mike Gold says:

        I pissed you off because Time Warner's black CEO didn't do an Al Sharpton action figure?Cool.By the way, Richard Parsons hasn't been CEO since the first of the year. He's still Chairman of the Board.

        • Michael Davis says:

          H E L L O ! I was responding to 'Anonymous' and the question about Static. Yeah I 4 got that Parsons moved on or up depending on how you look at it. Maybe he suggested a Static Shock toy and they decided it was time for him to end his running of the day to day operations.