Michael Gallagher (writer)

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Michael Gallagher
Born New York
Occupation Writer
Genre Comic books, satire
Notable works Mad
Sonic the Hedgehog

Michael Gallagher (born in New York) is an American writer who has contributed to several comic books, as well as to the satire magazine Mad, to which he has contributed several two-page gags since the mid-1990s. He is the son of cartoonist John Gallagher, as well as the nephew of George Gately,[1] creator of the comic strip Heathcliff. Besides Mad, Gallagher has contributed to Sonic the Hedgehog (especially in its earlier, more slapstick years), as well as a comic book series based on the TV show ALF, and several works for both Marvel Comics and Archie Comics.[1] Gallagher commented on his three-year run on Guardians of the Galaxy: "It was very coo to have the 'past' Marvel Universe to play with in such a unique way and bend it to my will, and Kevin [West]'s pencils were to die for. But the characters you inherit arrive with personalities, powers, and quirks which must (and should) continue. And in this case, several vital subplots and storylines were still in progress."[2]

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  1. ^ a b Paukstis, Ed. "Celtic characters come to life through comic book artist". Scathan. Archived from the original on September 21, 2006. Retrieved July 26, 2008. 
  2. ^ Buttery, Jarrod (July 2013). "Explore the Marvel Universe of the 31st Century with... the Guardians of the Galaxy". Back Issue!. Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing (65): 33. 

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