Jahnoy Lindsay is a Canadian comic book illustrator from Brampton, Ontario who has been working in the comic industry since 2016. Lindsay began drawing and illustrating as a teenager attending Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School. It was there he developed and perfected his distinct style. Lindsay was also a member of the Canadian based illustrators group “From The Hat,” which hosted a variety of illustrators who each week drew a new topic from a hat and would draw in their own interpretation. The group included Marvel, DC Comics, Heavy Metal and Chapterhouse alumni Paris Alleyne, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett, Jamal Campbell and Matt Simas. In 2016, Lindsay found his home at Marvel, where he worked on The Uncanny Avengers and The Totally Awesome Hulk working with Jim Zub, Aaron Kim Jacinto, Juanan Ramírez, Ty Templeton, Ricardo Lopez-Ortiz, Leah Williams, and Bryan Edward Hill. In 2017, working with Mariko Tamaki, Jahnoy illustrated the groundbreaking She-Hulk, published in trade as She-Hulk: Jen Walters Must Die; followed in 2018 with the Marvel Original Series Luke Cage, published in trade as Luke Cage: Everyman, and written by Anthony Del Col. In only a few years Jahnoy has become one of the rising stars in the comic industry.