Marvel Comics confirmed that the Fantastic Four: Season One artist will join Brian Michael Bendis on the title's creative team from issue #9.
"I'm taking a similar approach to my work on Ultimate Comics Spider-Man as on [Fantastic Four]. It's a fairly natural progression as both are heavily character-centric superhero books," Marquez told Newsarama. "So readers certainly shouldn't expect to see a drastically different looking style."
He added: "I am taking the opportunity to push myself artistically. I'm working with much more texture and use of black on the page, whereas my work on [Fantastic Four] was largely defined by super clean, open line work.
"These differences really boil down to serving the tone of the individual books. [Fantastic Four] was very light-hearted and fun and I wanted to bring that across in the art."
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man has garnered high profile media attention of late. Pater Parker was killed off in the title last year, before it was relaunched with the half-African American, half-Puerto Rican teen Miles Morales as the new Spider-Man.
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man previously featured artwork by Sara Pichelli and David Lafuente.