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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[...]
Taking You Through The Thrill Electric – VIDEO
Bleeding Cool pointed out the new iOS free App for Leah Moore, John Reppion, Windflower Studios and Emma Vieceli's The Thrill Electric digital comic. Not everyone has an iPad or iPhone or course, and the comic is still available as a webcomic. But if you ever needed a reason to buy such a device… well, take a[...]
Moore And Reppion's The Thrill Electric Hits The iPad And iPhone For Free
Real life steampunk. Written by Leah Moore and John Reppion, designed by Emma Vieceli, illustrated by The Windflower Studio and brought into being by littleloud and Hat Trick for Channel Four, it's now been released as an App for Apple devices, for free Which is probably the best home for it as well. It remains as stunning[...]