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Full Issue – Sherlock Holmes #1 From Dynamite

We’ve got another full issue from our friends at Dynamite Entertainment. 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.

Leah Moore, John Reppion, Steve Yeowell Bring Viking Tale Black Shuck To 2000AD

It appears to be a Viking epic of the supernatural variety. Described by Rebellion as “Vikings vs. Trolls”, the new series Black Shuck is coming in July and will be the first time the prolific comics team of Leah Moore and John Reppion will appear in the pages of 2000AD. 2000AD allowing for this mythological […]

Damsels # 7 Charges Towards Arc’s Finale

By Hannah Means-Shannon It’s no secret that Dynamite Entertainment’s series Damsels has been clever from its outset in 2012, taking the cloying appropriation of fairytale princesses in pop culture and children’s literature not only back to its darker roots, but into dialogue with each other to create a complex new, but familiar, world. The comic […]

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.

Damsels In Distrust

 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 to Once Upon A Time, but this is not that. This is closer […]

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 look at some of the design artwork for the comic by series artist Aneke…

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 […]

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, […]

Moore And Reppion’s The Thrill Electric Hits The iPad And iPhone For Free

 It was one of the most significant digital comic books last year. Finding a way to blend both comics and animation without losing the strengths of both. The Thrill Electric also told a digital story from over a hundred years ago, through the emergence of the electronic telegraph and the societal changes that brought […]

Moore-Reppion-D’Israeli Join Judge Dredd Megazine

Leah Moore and John Reppion are to write for the 2000AD stable for the first time, with the legendary artist D’Israeli, in the Judge Dredd Megazine short story section Tales From The Black Museum.Scouting For Bots, a play on the Baden Powell book, Their first work for 2000 AD, a Tales from the Black Museum […]

FREE: Raise The Dead 2 #1 And Hack/Slash/Eva #1

  It’s possible that you may have gotten used to free Kirby Genesis comics from Dynamite this last week at Bleeding Cool, and you’re in shock at having to pay for today’s issue. Well, hopefully this will lessen the blow. The free first issues of Raise The Dead 2 by Leah Moore, John Reppion, Mike […]

First Two Chapters Of The Thrill Electric Go Live

The Workshop Of The World and Industry And Idleness are the first two chapters of The Thrill Electric, the Victorian “enhanced” digital comic about the industrialisation of the Electric Telegraph in Manchester, England. Chosen for its paralles with the world of today, we see a new technology creating and enhancing both business and social communication, […]

The Thrill Electric From Moore, Reppion, Vieceli And Windflower To Launch Next Week

This was the announcement made at the MCM London Expo that had me more excited than anything else at the show. The Thrill Electric, a motion comic project from the people behind Kieron Gillen’s Curfew, with a creative team of Leah Moore, John Reppion, Emma Vieceli and the team from Windflower Studios and Littleloud Studios, […]

Congratulations To John Reppion And Leah Moore!

Co-writers of Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula comics, Leah Moore and John Reppion are proud to announce that Leah is five months with child. Everyone is healthy, happy and hearty, and we wish the couple-about-to-become-a-triple the sincerest of Bleeding Cool well wishes. And as the Twittercongratulations descended upon the pair, what did John have […]

Review: Sherlock Holmes #2 By Leah Moore And John Reppion

Okay, so this book came out last week from Dynamite. But I couldn’t get my hands on an advance of Zorro, so this will make do. And boy, does it make do. Holmes is a character that has been ill treated of late. So many different versions, so many new takes. From a dandy, to […]