Michael Edward Luckovich (born January 28, 1960) is an editorial cartoonist who has worked for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution since 1989. He is the 2005 winner of the Reuben, the National Cartoonists Society's top award for cartoonist of the year, and is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes.
He was born in Seattle, Washington, attended Bishop Kelly High School in Boise, Idaho before transferring to Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon and graduated in 1982 from the University of Washington with a degree in political science. For two years after graduation, Luckovich sold cartoons on a freelance basis to the Everett, Washington newspaper while working as an insurance salesman.
Luckovich began his career with The Greenville News in South Carolina in 1984, and moved to the New Orleans Times-Picayune later that year. In 1989 he began his career with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that continues to today.
In 2000, Luckovich started his comic-strip "SuperZeros", about a pair of dim-witted superheroes. It was distributed by Tribune Media Service and lasted a year.