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Jonathan "Jon" H. Gray is an artist and compilation organizer. He used to work for Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs, which he first began working on in 2003. Nowadays, he contributes to IDW Publishing's Sonic the Hedgehog comic series.

Career

Gray has created plenty of works for Archie, and is mostly remembered for the first issue that he drew for Sonic the Hedgehog #134. He provided the Off Panel for both Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic Universe, taking the place of Steven Butler as Off Panel artist. Lamar Wells would since succeeded Gray as the Off Panel provider for the regular Sonic the Hedgehog comics.

Credits

Cover artwork

Archie Comics

IDW Publishing

Script

Pencils

Assistant editor

Character Designs

Rejected/Discarded work

Trivia

  • In addition to being an artist for the comic, Jon has worked with various writers-including Ian Flynn and Karl Bollers-on storylines for the Archie comic series.
  • Gray has stated that his least favorite work in the Archie comic series is "Home: Epilogue" due to him being the one who drew the infamous scene where Sally slaps Sonic.

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References

Archie Comics staff members
IDW Publishing staff members