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Published September 19, 2019

'Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur' Artist Alitha E. Martinez Joins 'Marvel's Voices'

Angélique Roché hosts a new episode of the show!

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Welcome to a new episode of Marvel's Voices! In this installment, Angélique sits down with artist Alitha E. Martinez to talk about putting intense hours into making comic books, what her love for the medium means to her, and the challenges of drawing a tiny girl and a humongous dinosaur in the same panel.

Martinez has been working in comics for more than two decades, first as an inker on the critically acclaimed BLACK PANTHER (1998) run published through the Marvel Knights imprint, then quickly becoming a penciler in her own right on Iron Man comics as well as a host of other projects. She's worked on titles as diverse as BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA (2016) to current runs of FEARLESS and MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR.

Listen to the interview here.

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