Oh, I completely missed this one
Well here goes:
Michael Gullbrandson, proffessional signature MiG
Favorite Alan Davis work:
Oh I don't know... there's so many good things he's done so it's quite hard to choose which one. I'd have to say that the issues where FF came back to the real earth after the whole Franklin thing where he created a pocket universe are among my absolute fav's. I got the impression that he loved drawing these issues, like it was something he'd been looking forward to. The atmosphere and wonderful pacing along with the superb clear drawings made it a pure delight to read and I couldn't get enough of it. Same thing with The Nail, another masterpiece. I was really mad to see that a lesser artist took over on FF at that time though, Alan Davis' art was perfection so the other artist couldn't compete in any way and I dropped the following issues.
But again, there's so many to choose from
My first comic book:
The Incredible Hulk. Can't recall what issue it was but it was such a long time ago, I might've been around 5 or 6 years old. I do remember though that I got instantly hooked on super hero comics and it's been a part of me ever since.
Anything else to know about me:
Well, I'm an artist, been at it for as long as I can remember ( thank God for comics which taught me everything I know ). I do a lot of fantasy work, CD/LP cover art, RPG's, books and more. You can see what I do by visiting this link
which is my account at deviantART. I've got my own website as well but as of now the gallery at deviantART is the most updated and current of the two. I hope to get enough time to remedy this in the near future and get to grips with my own place.