John Reppion
Born 11 November 1978 (1978-11-11) (age 41)
Liverpool, England, U.K.
Nationality British
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.


He and Leah 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 duo 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 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.






  1. Dynamite Entertainment announcement of their signing up
  2. Dyanmite and Top Cow Team for Crossovers, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], November 2, 2006
  3. The Portrait of Sara Pezzini: Witchblade Vs. Dorian Gray, [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], December 27, 2006
  4. Putting The "Living" In "Living Dead:" Moore & Reppion Talk "Raise The Dead", [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], January 19, 2007
  5. Talking to the Space Doubles team, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], October 26, 2007
  6. Review of Space Doubles #1, [[wikipedia:Comics Bulletin|]]
  7. "POPGUN" - The Ultimate Comics Mixtape, [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], September 27, 2007
  8. Moore & Reppion on “Doctor Who: Whispering Gallery”, [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], December 17, 2008
  9. Moore & Reppion on 'The Complete Dracula', [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], January 30, 2009
  10. Colton Worley - Defining Dracula for Dynamite, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], February 3, 2009
  11. Moore & Reppion to Discuss The Complete Dracula in Dublin, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], February 24, 2009
  12. NYCC '09 - FIRST LOOK: Cassaday's Sherlock Holmes, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], February 9, 2009
  13. Bringing Sherlock Holmes Back to Comics: Moore & Reppion, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], March 2, 2009
  14. Elementary, My Dear Moore & Reppion!, [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], March 19, 2009
  15. Moore & Reppion on Adapting Alice in Wonderland, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], May 29, 2009
  16. 16.0 16.1 The Childe of Hale from [[wikipedia:Fortean Times|]] #187 (September 2004)
  17. Accent Comics
  18. "Lusca" first page
  19. "An Molethy a an Ny-marrow" first page
  20. "The Cabinet of Doctor Diablo" first page
  21. Nevermore at Selfmadehero
  22. In & Out of the Dark Ages: Moore & Reppion on "Darkness vs. Eva", [[wikipedia:Comic Book Resources|]], February 26, 2008
  23. Moore & Reppion Darkness vs. Eva, [[wikipedia:Newsarama|]], March 19, 2008
  24. Intermediate States: The Anomalist 13: A



External links


Category:1978 births Category:Living people Category:British comics writers Category:Writers from Liverpool

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.