Ronn Sutton is a freelance artist from Ottawa, who has worked in comic, animation, illustration, and other related fields. Sutton started his comics career around 1970. In 1972 he moved to New York where he met Berni Wrightson and ghosted work for Howard Chaykin, Neal Adams and others. Sutton started focusing on design and eventually became creative director for Canadian magazine Tribute, an occupation he held for over six years. At the same time, he continued to make comics for publications such as 'Vortex', 'Ronn Sutton's Starbikers', 'T-Minus-l' and 'Man From U.N.C.L.E.'. During the 1990s, Ronn Sutton worked extensively in the animation industry, and also on comics projects like 'Oz Squad', 'Sex & Death', 'Draculina's Cozy Coffin', 'Vamperotica' and 'Song of the Sirens'.
Sutton has often worked together with writer/artist Janet Hetherington since the early 1990s. Together, they made the newspaper strip 'Jannie Weezie' for The Ottowa Citizen, the comic book 'Perf & Gauge' and 'Spinnerette', among others. Over a nine year period (1997-2006) Sutton drew comic book stories for nearly 50 issues of 'Elvira, Mistress of the Dark' for Claypool Comics. Since then he has drawn issues of detective 'Honey West', 'Fear Agent', 'The Phantom', 'Kolchak, the Night Stalker', 'Vampira' and others, as well as online romance, adventure, historical and humor comics. He has illustrated approximately 200 comic books during his career so far.
In 2014, Sutton drew 'Lucifers Sword MC: Life & Death in an Outlaw Motorcycle Club', a 96 page graphic novel written by Phil Cross, an active member of the Hells Angels since the early 1970s. As an ongoing personal project, Ronn Sutton has been adapting the Leigh Brackett story 'The Citadel of Lost Ships' (first published in Planet Stories pulp magazine, March 1943) into a graphic novel in between other better paying comic assignments.