"Michael Golden is an American comic-book artist and commercial artist best known for his late-1970s work on Marvel Comics' The Micronauts, as well as his co-creation of the characters Rogue and Bucky O'Hare.
After starting his illustration career in commercial art, Golden broke into comics in late 1977, working on such DC Comics titles as Mister Miracle and Batman Family. In 1978, he made a splash with his work on Marvel's Micronauts. He drew a number of Marvel series throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including Doctor Strange, She-Hulk, the Howard the Duck black-and-white comics magazine, and The 'Nam. He drew covers for the licensed series G.I. Joe, ROM, and the lesser-known U.S. 1, Nomad, and The Saga of Crystar. Golden also penciled parts of the Marvel No-Prize Book and a Beavis and Butt-head comic. In the 2000s, he drew covers for DC Comics' Nightwing, Superman: The Man of Steel, and Vigilante.
Golden's energetic, expressive, detailed artwork (which did not draw its inspiration from such typical comics sources as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko) later inspired a number of later comics creators, including INVALID OBJECT ID=20810, type=person. Golden is an elusive figure, rarely given to interviews or revelations about his background and personal life. He is currently managed by Renee Witterstaetter (a former comics colorist, writer, and editor) of Eva Ink Publishing."
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