| David Marquez|| Writer|
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Brian Michael Bendis, Sara Pichelli, Roberto Aguirre‑Sacasa
David Marquez (comics) Wikipedia
David Marquez is an American comic book artist best known for his works at Marvel such as Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, and All-New X-Men, with writer Brian Michael Bendis as well as for his first creator-owned book, The Joyners in 3D, with writer R.J. Ryan (published through Archaia/BOOM! Studios in 2014).
Upon graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in History, Government, and a teaching certificate., David auditioned for a job doing rotoscope animation on Richard Linklater's A Scanner Darkly which he heard about through a weekly sketch group he attended in college. He got the animation job and credits this experience on A Scanner Darkly for showing him "how versatile a digital toolset can be"
David Marquez "always wanted to draw comics" so spent the next several years after finishing A Scanner Darkly both honing his drawing skills and seeking comics work at San Diego Comic Con.
David draws primarily digitally, and his first published comic book illustration work was in Archaia's original graphic novel, Syndrome with writers Daniel Quantz and R. J. Ryan in 2010, followed by Days Missing Vol. 2: Kestus for which he received a Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award nomination.
David's first Marvel work was with writer Jonathan Hickman on Secret Warriors #24, published in 2011. Shortly after, he began drawing Marvel's original graphic novel, Fantastic Four: Season One with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, published in 2012. Fantastic Four: Season One became a New York Times Best Seller toward the end of February that year. Shortly after, David began drawing Ultimate Comics Spider-Man with writer Brian Michael Bendis
David's first creator-owned original graphic novel, The Joyners in 3D, was published in 2014 through Archaia/BOOM! Studios. Written by R.J. Ryan, David employed a different drawing style than his previous works. He worked in collaboration with artist Tara Rhymes to develop and execute the 3-D process the two used on the book
David Marquez was born in London, England. He grew up in Norway and Scotland before moving to the Houston, Texas as a child. He currently resides in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Tara "pronounced 'Tahr-uh,' not 'Tear-uh'"A Scanner Darkly (2006)