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Heather Antos Now Promoted To Senior Editor At IDW
Heather Antos announced the promotion online, amending her Twitter bio to the new credit and then tweeting "New title, who dis?" Heather Antos, art by Michael Walsh. She received congratulations on her new role from the likes of comic creators, marketing, publisher, and journalists including Joe Glass, John Reppion, Jim Dandedeau, Jamal Igle, Chris Arrant, Geoff Thorne, Declan[...]
Lots Of Money To Be Made This Weekend At Thought Bubble In Harrogate
Mure Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Hamish Steele Rachael Stott Jack Teagle Zoe Thorogood James Tynion IV Ram V Christian Ward War and Peas Ronald Wimberly John Allison Kristyna Baczynski David Barnett Ricardo Bessa Ted Brandt Nick Brokenshire Kit Buss Iban Coello Paul Cornell Fernando Dagnino Dani Paul Davidson Michael Dialynas Jonathan Edwards Tom Eglington Gary Erskine Al Ewing Ingrid Gala Joe Glass Paul Goodenough Abigail Harding Luke Healy Peter Hogan Marc Laming Roger Langridge Stephanie Lavaud John Lees Rachel Luckett Robert Luckett David Mack Guillem March Helena Masellis Leah Moore Tomeu Morey Helen Mullane Guillermo Ortego Zu Orzu Gerald Parel Sean Phillips Casey Parsons John Reppion Mike Perkins Jacob Phillips Jamie[...]
The Daily LITG, 11th November 2019, Happy Birthday
HEX DTLA, Los Angeles, CA 7pm. Men's Mental Health Comic Group, Volunteering Matters (Gwent), Pontypool 11am. And a happy birthday to… John Reppion, comic book writer, 2000AD, Judge Dredd, Damsels, Albion, Savage Tales, Wild Girl, Sherlock Holmes. Belladonna artist, Clint Hilinski Steve Ekstrom Starchild comics creator James A Owen Jim Stenstrum, writer for Creepy, Eerie, 1984 and Vampirella DC Comics mocker Khaver Siddiqi Susan F[...]
Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #1
Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary from Leah Moore talking about Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #1, the new comic she co-wrote with John Reppion that has art by Julius Ohta and a cover by John Cassaday. Page 1: This is our third Sherlock Holmes book, and the thing we always make sure of is[...]
Exclusive First Look Inside Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #1
Leah Moore and John Reppion are back at to tell another mysterious adventure of the World's Greatest Detective, Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man And the newest case involves a reliable family man who suddenly disappears without a trace Sherlock Holmes and his companion Dr John Watson are brought in to discover the final fate of[...]
Sherlock Holmes
Leah Moore and John Reppion have signed on to tell a case of the most iconic detective in literary history… and I don't mean Detective Chimp Dynamite's has announced that the writing partners will be joining artist Julius Ohta on Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man The new series starts with a cover by fan-favorite artist[...]
Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38
Anything you can do to entertain them will also be welcomed. The London Film And Comic-Con will be at the Olympia exhibition hall near Earl's Court and Brompton Park. Joining me at the show are Marv Wolfman, Tommy Yune, Andy Diggle, Geoff Senior, Rantz Hoseley, Simon Furman, Jessica Martin, Ben Templesmith, Will Simpson, Amrit Birdi, Paul Cornell,[...]
Sherlock Holmes #1 Free And Part Of A 75 Comic British Writer Bundle
Titles includes in the bundle are Sherlock Holmes, Moriarty Lives, James Bond, Uncanny, Sherlock Holmes vs Harry Houdini, Blackbeard, The Boys, Dan Dare, Battlefields and Jennifer Blood. To entice you, Dynamite has given us Sherlock Holmes #1 by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Aaron Campbell. You can check out the bundle here. Dynamite is doing a big[...]
Alan Moore Gives Us A Tour Of 'Big Nemo' & The Digital World Of Electricomics
The participants ranged from the software development team for the app, Ocasta Studios, to the funding body that granted development resources to the project, NESTA, to the team lead Leah Moore, digital comics advisor Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, and then there were the comic creators who helped introduce the app through four original stories, including Leah[...]
Free On Bleeding Cool – Damsels #1 By Leah Moore, John Reppion And Aneke
It's Damsels #1 by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Aneke from Dynamite Entertainment. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, and Snow White come together with other damsels in a new adventure filled with danger and intrigue In Damsels, the alluring princesses of classic fairy tales take up arms to save their kingdoms from war Rediscover the darkness[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Electricomics With Leah Moore And John Reppion
By Chris Thompson [audio: http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode112.mp3] After the triumphant return of Scott Snyder last episode (which you can still listen to here), this time I'm back with the Electricomics panel from the recent Thought Bubble Festival – plus a follow-up chat with creators Leah Moore & John Reppion which I conducted at the show. Leah & John go in-depth[...]
Haunted Futures With Warren Ellis, Richard Kadrey, John Reppion And Chuck Wendig
Many of them have written for comics, including Warren Ellis, Richard Kadrey, John Reppion and Chuck Wendig Also, so far we have commitments from Liesel Schwwartz and Seanan McGuire We'll round it out with great stories by newer writers We also plan to have the book illustrated by John Coulthart, an amazing British artist who[...]
Preview This Week's 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Aquila, Brass Sun, Black Shuck, Jaegir
Also make sure not to miss out on the single-issue series of Brass Sun currently in shops, or the one-shot of Jaegir that came out last week. In Prog 1897, we have: Judge Dredd: "Cascade" – by Michael Carroll and Paul Marshall. Aquila: "Carnifex "– by Gordon Rennie and Leigh Gallagher Brass Sun: "Floating Worlds" – by Ian Edginton[...]
John Reppion Joins In On A New Lovecraft Anthology
John Reppion, who has been all over the comic industry working with his wife Leah Moore on Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, Dracula, Alice in Wonderland is going solo in prose in a new anthology called Cthulhu Lives!: An Eldritch Tribute to H.P Lovecraft. The book, published by U.K based Ghostwoods Books and consists of 17 new[...]
Artist Spotlight – Aneke From Dynamite's Steampunk BSG: 1880
Aneke is a relative new comer to the comic book scene, but she got to work with John Reppion and Leah Moore already Now she's swinging his talents over to work with Tony Lee on Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 We swing the artist spotlight over to check out Aneke's work and to get to know[...]
Full Issue – Sherlock Holmes #1 From Dynamite
Today we get Leah Moore and John Reppion's take on Sherlock Holmes The cover was done by John Cassidy with interior art by Aaron Campbell and colors by Tony Avila. For more information or to pick up the trade, go to the Dynamite website. We've got another full issue from our friends at Dynamite Entertainment[...]
Damsels # 7 Charges Towards Arc's Finale
That's due to the writing of duo Leah Moore and John Reppion, and the inventive artwork of Aneke. Damsels is charging toward the completion of its first arc, and when issues 1-8 are in hand, they will be published as a collected volume, already available for pre-order Issue #7 was released recently, and it's a notable[...]
FREE: Damsels #1 by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Aneke
Well, you might not be able to get your free Marvel #1 digital comics from ComiXology right now, you can at least get a free copy of Damsels #1 by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Aneke, right here. You can find more Damsels stuff here. Well, you might not be able to get your free Marvel[...]
Damsels In Distrust
Eventually. Orders for Damsels #1 by John Reppion, Leah Moore and Aneke for Dynamite, are due today.   I was pretty much sold with the cover and premise But now I've had a chance to read the final first issue of Damsels #1 And it totally works. There's been a rash of fairytales-in-the-real-world of late from Fables to Grimm[...]
Sketching Damsels
We kinda fell head over heels for the upcoming Damsels series from Dynamite, written by Team Moore Reppion and covered by J Scott Campbell. But here's a
Damsels – Don't Call Them Disney Princesses
This does rather sound like another fairytale-iconcs-remixed-for-a-modern-adult-audience-and-hell-can-we-get-a-film-out-of-it, even with the name Damsels. But it is written by Leah Moore and John Reppion, drawn by Aneke with covers from J Scott Campbell and Sean Chen… Dynamite are publishing this Cinderalla, Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid and Snow White comic, otherwise known as the Disney Princesses without all the messy[...]