Richard Moore (comics)

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Richard Moore
Born Fredrick William Morehead
(1966-07-17) July 17, 1966 (age 51)
French Camp, CA
Nationality American
Area(s) Artist
Notable works
Far West
Deja Vu

Richard Moore (born Fredrick William Morehead in French Camp, CA, July 17, 1966) is an American writer and artist of comic books. His published titles include Far West, Boneyard and Deja Vu.



Moore's first published work were contributions to stories within Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, published in the late 1980s, along with one issue of Ninja High School.

Moore's first original work was Far West, a four-issue limited series published in 1998 by Antarctic Press.[1] A sequel to Far West was published in 2008.

Moore published Boneyard, a quarterly title, through NBM Publishing which won the 2005 gold medal for all-ages graphic novels from Foreword Magazine[2])

Some of his adult-only work includes one-shot titles from different publishers such as Genus and Milk!. Moore also contributed to the first issue of the gay title Genus Male.

Other works by Moore include Fire and Brimstone, Chip and Chip: Second Crack.


  • Far West Vols. 1-3
  • Deja Vu -Two issues and The Pond One shot
  • Boneyard - 28 issues, NBM Publishing
    • Hog's Breath Inn -web comic spinoff/backup to Boneyard
  • The Pound - One-shot, Antarctic Press
  • Insane Children's Letters to God -tpb
  • Fire and Brimstone - 5 issues, Antarctic Press
  • Chip vols. 1 and 2 - 5 issues, Antarctic Press
  • Ninja High School #64 (Story and art), Antarctic Press
  • Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #523, #528, #534,#536,#542

Adult contributions[edit]

  • Horny Tails -adult trade paperback, Amerotica (NBM Publishing)
  • Short Strokes vol. 1 and 2
  • Richard Moore's Blue Grind -adult one-shot
  • Milk!
  • Genus
  • A-bomb
  • Genus Male
  • Poundcake
  • Sizzle (NBM Publishing, includes characters from his various series)



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