I am the man! OR I am Sorry! by Michael Davis

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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8 Responses

  1. Russ Rogers says:

    Good luck at SDCC, Michael! Whether you turn out to be THE SHIT or just another asshole, I seriously recommend a new cologne. And have you heard? There's already a buzz about FallCon.

  2. Martha Thomases says:

    I was one of the people who was on the VIP list but didn't know it and stood in the regular line for 20 minutes, and had a great time because the people in line with me and the people at the door were really, really nice. And then I found out I was in the wrong line and walked around to the VIP line where Tatiana was fabulous, and the people who stood in the regular line with me went insane with jealousy, and that was even better.

  3. Arthur Tebbel says:

    So if Samuel L. Jackson and Reggie Hudlin start wearing that Alex Ross Obama shirt because they saw me in it at your party does that make me a bigger trendsetter in the black community than both of them put together?

  4. Alan Coil says:

    I was the first guy in the VIP line, but I didn't get there until July 31st, so I was the only guy in the VIP line.

  5. Christopher Toia says:

    Hope you slept well Thursday, there's no doubt, you're definitely The Man. I had a great time, just one question I had though, how come the celebrities weren't allowed to come out of their cramped room and party with the cool people?

  6. Elayne Riggs says:

    Can I be in the VIP line in New York next year, Michael?

  7. Adriane Nash says:

    Thanks for the party. And the drinks. And the laughs. And most of all, for being my friend. Have a good trip.

  8. Joanne says:

    Don't know if you will remember me. I was your first model for ECT. I just wanted to let you know that I am so proud of you and what you have accomplished so glad that you haven't lost your sense of humor. I remember when you were spending your free time mentoring kids at DC comics feels like a million years ago. Love reading about your success. Take care, Joanne