Reginald Hudlin. I was first introduced to his work through comics, where I read his Marvel Knights Spider-Man run which followed Mark Millar's arc. I also watched his Black Panther cartoon from BET. Although I loved his contributions to the Marvel Universe, I was most excited when he adapted Tarantino's screenplay of Django Unchained through Vertigo.
Knowing Mr. Hudlin was a film producer on Django Unchained, I scanned and printed a hardbound book collecting the first 50 covers of Tarantino Comics. This book provides some written detail on how Tarantino Comics came into fruition and the general process of obtaining art commissions at comic book conventions. Since I'd love to share this beautiful fan art with Quentin Tarantino, I presented this book to Mr. Hudlin. Hopefully he'll be able to show these fantastic images to Tarantino through the reprints in this book. As you can see from the pictures below, I was very excited to meet Mr. Hudlin and even had him sign a few of my Django Comics.