'Marvel's Voices' Welcomes Artist Ray-Anthony Height
Angélique Roché sits down with the 'X-Men' and 'Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur' artist at San Diego Comic-Con!
The last in my series of interviews from San Diego Comic-Con was one of the most high energy conversations I have had on Marvel’s Voices—with creator, colorist, penciler, illustrator, and all-around talented artist, Ray-Anthony Height.
This California native with a love for animation has become known for his unique style and extreme attention to detail with his line work. In fact, he admits to spending somewhere between four to 14 hours per interior page and has a habit of starting over every time a something needs an adjustment.
An avid comic book fan, he knew from an early age that he wanted to be an artist, having created his own stories and artwork from the pages of coloring books. He would soon be introduced to comics by his cousin, starting off with John Buscema’s run on CONAN. Later, in high school, Ray-Anthony would join with a group of friends to create their very own comics...and the rest his history.
Check out the full Marvel’s Voices episode with Ray-Anthony as we spoke about his work illustrating comic books at Marvel—including X-MEN BLUE (2017) and MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR (2015)—using his background in acting for reference, and his early love for animation.
Download this episode of Marvel's Voices from Marvel.com/podcasts and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts now!
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