Keron Grant (b. August 23, 1976, in Montego Bay) is a Jamaican-American artist, who has worked  for
Marvel Comics, Roca Wear and has branched into his own merchandise lines.

His first published work was a pinup in the back of one of the final issues of Dale Keown's Pitt. His first
steady comics work was drawing three issues of the unpublished Century comic from Rob Liefeld's
Awesome Comics. His job drawing online comics for the Matrix series led to a short stint on Iron Man
when Matrix comics inker Rob Stull brought Grant to the attention of Marvel editors.

Keron lists his influences as "Bart Sears, Capcom folks, Hiroaki Samura, Darryl Banks, Carlos Pacheco,
Ed McGuinness, Claudio Castellini...[and] lots of Baroque and Renaissance guys."
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