John Reppion

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John Reppion
Born (1978-11-11) 11 November 1978 (age 40)
Liverpool, England, UK
NationalityBritish
Area(s)Writer
Notable works
Albion

John Mark Reppion (born 1978) is a British writer. He is married to Leah Moore, the daughter of Alan Moore, and he has worked with both on the comic Albion.

Biography[edit]

John Reppion and Leah Moore have co-writing credits on Wild Girl, a 6-part comic for Wildstorm with art by Shawn McManus and J.H. Williams III, and in February 2006 they signed an initial twelve issue contract with Dynamite Entertainment,[1] for whom they produced an intercompany crossover with artist Stephen Segovia, Witchblade: "Shades of Gray", co-published with Top Cow,[2][3] and a zombie comic Raise the Dead,[4] amongst other things.

The two also contributed to Dark Horse's The Dark Horse Book of Monsters, the first issue of Th3rd World Studios' Space Doubles.,[5][6] Tori Amos' Comic Book Tattoo (with artist Pia Guerra) and "Deadeye" drawn by Matt Timson for the first two issues of Popgun.[7] They will also be working on a one-shot Doctor Who story with artist Ben Templesmith.[8] and are writing The Complete Dracula, an adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel,[9][10][11] The Trial of Sherlock Holmes[12][13][14] and The Complete Alice in Wonderland.[15]

John Reppion has also written a number of non-fiction articles including an article on The Childe of Hale for the Fortean Times[16] and various articles for The End Is Nigh. John also posts on the YoLiverpool forum under the username ResearchWriter.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics[edit]

  • Wild Girl (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Shawn McManus and J.H. Williams III, Wildstorm, 2006)
  • Albion (plotted by Alan Moore, with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Shane Oakley, Wildstorm, 2006, tpb, Wildstorm, 176 pages, December 2006, ISBN 1-4012-0994-7, Titan Books, 144 pages, January 2007, ISBN 1-84576-351-3)
  • Accent Anthologies (with co-author Leah Moore):[17]
    • "Lusca" (with David Hitchcock, in Monsters, 2006)[18]
    • "An Molethy a an Ny-marrow (The Curse of the Un-dead)" (with David Hitchcock, in Zombies, 2007)[19]
    • "The Cabinet of Doctor Diablo" (with Andy Bloor, in Robots, 2008)[20]
    • "Mrs. Henry" (with David Hitchcock, Western, 2009, forthcoming)
  • Witchblade: "Shades of Gray" (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Stephen Segovia, Top Cow/Dynamite Entertainment, 2007)
  • Raise the Dead (with co-author Leah Moore, and pencil by Hugo Petrus and inks by Marc Rueda, 4-issue mini-series, Dynamite Entertainment, 2007, tpb, 120 pages, February 2008, ISBN 1-933305-56-8)
  • Savage Tales: "Battle for Atlantis" (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Pablo Marcos, in Savage Tales #1–3, Dynamite Entertainment, 2007)
  • Gene Simmons House of Horrors: "Into The Woods" (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Jeff Zornow, IDW Publishing, 2007, tpb, 192 pages, April 2008, ISBN 1-60010-209-3)
  • Space Doubles: "Project: Obeah" (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by Jeremy Dale and Jason Roth, Th3rd World Studios, 2007)
  • Nevermore: "The Black Cat" (with co-author Leah Moore, and art by James Fletcher, Eye Classics, Self Made Hero, October 2007, ISBN 978-0-9552856-8-4)[21]
  • "Deadeye" (with co-author Leah Moore and art by Matt Timson, in Popgun No. 1, Popgun No. 2, Image Comics, 2007/2008)
  • Darkness vs. Eva (with co-author Leah Moore and art by Edgar Salazar)[22][23]
  • Doctor Who: "The Whispering Gallery" (with co-author Leah Moore and art by Ben Templesmith, one-shot, IDW Publishing)
  • The Complete Dracula (with co-author Leah Moore and art by Colton Worley, 5-issue limited series, Dynamite Entertainment 2009)
  • The Trial of Sherlock Holmes (with co-author Leah Moore, Dynamite Entertainment 2009)
  • The Thrill Electric with co-author Leah Moore and art by WindFlower Studio, October 2011, forthcoming
  • Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon (with co-author Leah Moore), Dynamite Entertainment, forthcoming

Articles[edit]

Books[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dynamite Entertainment announcement of their signing up Archived 20 July 2006 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Dyanmite and Top Cow Team for Crossovers Archived 22 June 2007 at the Wayback Machine., Newsarama, 2 November 2006
  3. ^ The Portrait of Sara Pezzini: Witchblade Vs. Dorian Gray, Comic Book Resources, 27 December 2006
  4. ^ Putting The "Living" In "Living Dead:" Moore & Reppion Talk "Raise The Dead", Comic Book Resources, 19 January 2007
  5. ^ Talking to the Space Doubles team Archived 28 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine., Newsarama, 26 October 2007
  6. ^ Review of Space Doubles #1, Comics Bulletin
  7. ^ "POPGUN" – The Ultimate Comics Mixtape, Comic Book Resources, 27 September 2007
  8. ^ Moore & Reppion on “Doctor Who: Whispering Gallery”, Comic Book Resources, 17 December 2008
  9. ^ Moore & Reppion on 'The Complete Dracula', Newsarama, 30 January 2009
  10. ^ Colton Worley – Defining Dracula for Dynamite, Newsarama, 3 February 2009
  11. ^ Moore & Reppion to Discuss The Complete Dracula in Dublin, Newsarama, 24 February 2009
  12. ^ NYCC '09 – FIRST LOOK: Cassaday's Sherlock Holmes, Newsarama, 9 February 2009
  13. ^ Bringing Sherlock Holmes Back to Comics: Moore & Reppion, Newsarama, 2 March 2009
  14. ^ Elementary, My Dear Moore & Reppion!, Comic Book Resources, 19 March 2009
  15. ^ Moore & Reppion on Adapting Alice in Wonderland, Newsarama, 29 May 2009
  16. ^ a b The Childe of Hale Archived 27 August 2008 at the Wayback Machine. from Fortean Times No. 187 (September 2004)
  17. ^ Accent Comics
  18. ^ "Lusca" first page Archived 17 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  19. ^ "An Molethy a an Ny-marrow" first page Archived 17 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  20. ^ "The Cabinet of Doctor Diablo" first page Archived 4 July 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  21. ^ Nevermore at Selfmadehero Archived 22 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
  22. ^ In & Out of the Dark Ages: Moore & Reppion on "Darkness vs. Eva", Comic Book Resources, 26 February 2008
  23. ^ Moore & Reppion Darkness vs. Eva Archived 16 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine., Newsarama, 19 March 2008
  24. ^ Intermediate States: The Anomalist 13: A

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