Moore & Reppion at London Film & Comic Con this weekend

Leah and I will be attending this year’s London Film & Comic Con at Olympia, Hammersmith Road, London, W14 8UX this weekend.

We’ll be there all day Saturday (9 AM until 6 PM) and Sunday until 3 PM.

All the comics folk will be on the 1st floor of the Olympia. Moore & Reppion are on table #11 (next to our Damsels artist Aneke!). If we’re not at our table then here’s where to find us:


  • Signing (Moore & Reppion)                     11 – 11:45 AM
  • Portfolio reviews (Reppion)                    12 – 12:45 PM
  • 2000 AD panel (Reppion)                         2 – 2:45 PM
  • Heavy Metal panel (Moore)                    3 – 3:45 PM
  • Heavy Metal signing (Moore)                 4 – 4:45 PM


  • Signing (Moore & Reppion)                    11 – 11:45 AM
  • Portfolio reviews (Moore & Reppion)  12 – 12:45 PM

There is a completely ridiculous line up at this year’s LFCC with guests like Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Smith, Alyson Hannigen, Pamela Anderson, and literally dozens of other proper household names – people your mum and dad have heard of, or the sight of whom would, at very least, make them go “Oh, it’s her off of that thing!”.

If you’re coming along, please do come upstairs and see us comics people. I believe that Rantz Hoseley and the Heavy Metal crew may have some surprise guests in store too…


Moore & Reppion 2000AD signing at Manchester Travelling Man, Sat 25th February

2000 AD is to celebrate its birthday weekend in style with signings across the country!

With the massive success of the sold-out 40 Years of Thrill-power Festival in London last weekend and with its actual birthday of 26 February fast approaching, 2000 AD is delighted to announce new signing events in Manchester, Birmingham, and Scotland.

Earthlets who missed out on the historic event in Hammersmith will be able to meet just some of the incredible creators who’ve made 2000 AD the galaxy’s greatest comic.

The perfect tome to launch these celebrations is Thrill-power Overload, a whopping 300+ page hardcover containing the updated official history of 2000 AD, from its earliest days to its current success, from creator clashes to near-cancellation.

On Saturday 18 February, Biggar Library and Scottish independent Bookshop of the Year Atkinson-Pryce will host a Thrill-power Overload signing with artist Colin MacNeil (Judge Dredd: America) and former 2000 AD editor David Bishop from 1pm.

Then on Friday 24 February, Waterstones West End in Edinburgh will host Thrill-power Overload authors David Bishop and Karl Stock for a signing at 12.30pm.

At 1pm on Saturday 25 February, signings will take place at the Travelling Man comic book store in Manchester and the Nostalgia and Comics store Birmingham with topflight creators Steve Yeowell (Zenith), Leah Moore (Storm Warning), John Reppion (Storm Warning), Nick Percival (Judge Dredd), Ian Edginton (Scarlet Traces), D’Israeli (Scarlet Traces).

This year the legendary weekly British anthology comic 2000 AD celebrates forty years of innovative, provocative, and original sci-fi, fantasy, and horror action from the cream of comics creators. It has brought the industry some of its biggest talents, from Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, and Mark Millar, to Jock, Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, and many more. Published in print and digital every Wednesday, 2000 AD is the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and remains at the industry’s cutting edge.

Full signing details:

18 February

Colin MacNeil, David Bishop – Biggar Library, Biggar, Scotland , 1pm

24 February

David Bishop, Karl Stock – Waterstones West End, Edinburgh, 12.30pm

25 February

Steve Yeowell, Leah Moore, John Reppion, Nick Percival – Travelling Man, Manchester, 1pm

Ian Edginton, D’Israeli – Nostalgia & Comics, Birmingham, 1pm

Where to find Moore & Reppion at Thought Bubble Leeds this weekend


We will be at Thought Bubble Leeds this weekend. We don’t have our own table this year so here’s a quick rundown of where and when you can find us.



  • Signing at the SELF MADE HERO table 10am – 12:30pm (New Dock Hall tables 90-92)
  • Signing at the 2000 AD table 2pm – 2:40pm (Comixology Marquee tables 17-19)

If you can’t get to Thought Bubble we have just put some books up for sale at which we will happily sign and dedicate for you (and which make ideal Xmas presents).

Where to find Moore & Reppion at Lakes International Comics Festival this weekend


We will be at The Lakes International Comic Art Festival this weekend and, we will have our children with us. This means we might be difficult to catch, so here’s a handy little run down of our itinerary.




ghost stories cover

Copies of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary will be available from the Self Made Hero table in the Clocktower throughout the festival.

If you want a signed copy but Leah and I aren’t around then ask at the table and they’ll set some aside for us to sign. Please note though that we wont be able to sign any later than Sunday morning.

Macc-POW! Macclesfield’s Mini Comic-Art Convention this Saturday


Macclesfield’s first ever comic convention, celebrating comics and comic art from around the world and embracing amazing local talent in a collision of comic-book coolness! Join Macclesfield-based cartoonist Marc Jackson and other creators, as they promote this amazing art form. Cosy up to big international names from the world of indie comics and the best local talent including Oliver EastPaul Grist, Leah Moore [I’ll be there too, with the kids], Lew Stringer and Dick Vincent.
See more than 30 of James Kochalka‘sLittle Paintings’ sent over specially for Macc-POW!
Browse the stalls, talk to fantastic creators, commission sketches, buy comics, listen to Calvin & Hobbes radio documentary narrated by Phil Jupitus and contribute to a ‘Big Draw‘ to commemorate this grand occasion!  Don’t miss these timed events:

11am:    screening of acclaimed Cartoon Network mini-series Over the Garden Wall
12 pm:  
screening of classic Peanuts animation Snoopy Come Home
2 pm:    
live Skype Q&A with international comics sensation James Kochalka from his studio in Vermont. (Prepare a question in advance if you’d like to ask him something).
3 pm:    screening of the first series of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

In association with Marc Makes Comics. With thanks to Macclesfield Museums.

Don’t miss the international Phono+Graphic exhibition of the best graphic art album covers.


10:00 am – 4:00 pm


The Old Sunday School Heritage Centre (Whitaker Room)
The Old Sunday School Heritage Centre Macclesfield, SK11 6UT United Kingdom + Google Map

Manchester Film & Comic Con this Saturday

Leah and I will be guests at Manchester Film & Comic Con this coming Saturday. We’ll only be there for the one day so please do come and say hello if you’re there.

Steve Yeowell is one of the other comics guests so Saturday would be the ideal opportunity to get your 2000 AD 1890-1899 signed by the three of us.

Hope to see you there!

Thought Bubble comic con this weekend


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500 things. Signed by Alan Moore. Available only at Thought Bubble this weekend. Interested? Read on.

Leah and I will be at Britain’s bestest comic con – Thought Bubble in Leeds – this coming weekend as part of team Electricomics. Here are the full details of where and when to find us:

We’ll be signing 15:00 until 16:30 Sat and Sun in the Royal Armouries Hall, tables 23 and 24. [map]

Exhibiting all weekend in New Dock Hall, table 22 as part of the Electricomics team. [map]

Electricomics: Bright Sparks panel Sat, Royal Armouries Newsroom (4th Floor), 13:30 – 14:20 (free entry with Saturday/Weekend convention pass, all ages)

The Electricomics team shed light on the genesis and aims of their ambitious project, which aims to bring a new and completely self-contained Ecosystem to the world of digital comics.

Mitch Jenkins will talk about ‘The Show’, the dark film project from he and Alan Moore that spawned Electricomics, and bring a message from the man behind the curtain himself. We’ll get a rundown on Digital Comics thus far from Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, and then Pete Hogan, Leah Moore and John Reppion will unburden themselves on storytelling with digital in mind.

With speakers Mitch Jenkins (Director – Orphans of the Storm), Daniel Merlin Goodbrey (Senior lecturer in Interaction Design at The University of Hertfordshire), Leah Moore (Editor/Writer), John Reppion (Writer), and Pete Hogan (Writer).

We’ll also be at the mid con party on Saturday night and I promise to try not to fall asleep this year.*

Please, please, please come over and say hello, ask us questions, make us sign things, and buy stuff.


*depends on how much sleep my kids let me have the night before.

Glasgow ComicCon 2014 Report.

The last time we stayed away over night was last years Thought Bubble. I don’t know if I can explain how excited we were to be off to Glasgow. Neither of us had ever been, but as soon as we arrived we felt at home. Possibly it was all the big sandstone buildings but we relaxed straight away.

Our table overlooked the bar, and was near to long time convention pals AccentUK who we snagged four volumes of Western Noir from. Four volumes! It has been a while since we’ve seen them but wow.

We signed and sold and pulled faces at Gail Simone and That Guy Scott across the way, until four, when we had a panel with the lovely Rufus Dayglo, and the mighty Howard Chaykin. We were discussing characters, and how you build them, how you bring them to life, but to be honest we all wavered from the point a fair bit. There were a few salient points to glean from the discussion:

1. Comic Creators are irregularly employed and paid. As much as we all wish we had long hours to create magical worlds, quite often we just have to get something thought up that afternoon. We still really care, and love our job, but it’s actually more on a knife-edge than anybody really admits to.

2. Drawing the Nesquik bunny makes you morally bankrupt right off the bat.

3. Howard Chaykin does not give one single dry miniscule fuck. An invigorating co-panellist.

Once we extricated ourselves from the gym-shoe-like furnace of the panels theatre, we packed up and went for food. Cocktail&Burger had really nice food, really nice staff, and cool library wallpaper.

We went back to the hotel to change and drink coffee and Sit Still Without Children which was heavenly and then we went in search of two things. People and Beer.

We found Stacey Whittle and Alex Ronald in Cocktail&Burger, and she alerted us to the cheaper beer 2mins down the road. Also, the music had started, leaving us all cupping one ear and shouting at one another like a geriatric away day. We walked back up to the CCA and had a beer on the terrace, before magically summoning lovely people with Twitter. Emma Vieceli  (who gave us a copy of her Breaks prologue, which is stunning as one might expect!) Gary Erskine, Mhairi Stewart, and Hannah Berry all arrived like a cheery mob of awesome, and we moved downstairs away from noise and people so we could talk and catch up.

We had a wonderful evening, and stumble bumbled off back to Novotel.

We actually enjoyed having small hangovers because NO CHILDREN, and we especially liked breakfast. Hannah showed me the wonder that is the Automatic Pancake Machine and I ate tiny cakes. It was beautiful!

We had a bit of time before our signing slot, so we went and found Gary Erskine’s table and bought three amazing Roller Grrrls prints and a sketch book, Yishan Li was sat next to him so we got a print from her, and then a book from Hannah. We cast longing glances at Rufus Dayglo’s table but as per usual he had a queue a mile long, and we had to run away. We actually managed to scoot through the dealer’s room on our way downstairs and made it for our signing.

We saw so many adorable cosplayers, including tiny-little-girl-hulk a whole family of Green Lanterns, a baby ewok with his Luke and Leia siblings, Batgirl on her mobile, big Finn from Adventure Time, and lots of characters we are just not cool enough to recognise.

We sold and signed and then said our goodbyes, and walked back down Sauchiehall Street in the sunshine.

Would we go again? Definitely. Would we recommend it to you? Hells Yeah.

Bring on GCC2015!

Glasgow Comic Con – updated with full schedule


We’re very pleased and excited to say that we”ll be at Glasgow Comic Con next weekend.

We’re on table 5 on the ground floor of Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) from 12:30pm  on Saturday.

If you want to pick up some books (we’ve got Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon TPBs, The Complete Dracula hard-covers, and The Complete Alice hard-covers) or get stuff signed then this is when and where you need to catch us.

We’ll be taking part in the Cultivating Characters Panel with Howard Chaykin and Gail Simone, hosted by Mike Conroy between 4 and 4:45 on Saturday too. We will do our very best to get back to the table as quick as possible afterwards.

We will now also be signing 11:30 – 12.30 on Sunday at the BHP signing table in the main courtyard at CCA. We do not have our own table for the rest of that day so Saturday afternoon is still the best time to catch us if you can.

Moore & Reppion Thought Bubble schedule for Sat 23rd Nov 2013

We will be signing and selling copies of Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon (hopefully with some little special added extras) at the Thought Bubble convention in Leeds on Saturday the 23rd of November.

We’ll be in the Royal Armouries Hall on Table 28 (Signing Table C) from 13:55 until 15:25 (see floor plan below).

We look forward to seeing you  there. 🙂


Conventions / appearances for 2013

Steampunk Doncaster 2013

I (John Reppion) will be attending Steampunk Doncaster for one day only on Saturday the 15th of June (not the 8th, as previously posted).

I’ll be selling and signing books including Journeys in the Winterlands and a collected volume of my SteamPunk Magazine contributions to date.

N.I.C.E Bedford

Moore & Reppion will be attending N.I.C.E in Bedford for one day only on Saturday the 7th of September.

We’ll be selling and signing books including Damsels Vol 1 alongside series artist Aneke who is coming over to the UK from Spain especially for the convention.

Thought Bubble 2013

Moore & Reppion will be attending Thought Bubble Leeds for one day only on Saturday the 23rd of November.

We’ll be selling and signing books including the collected edition of Sherlock Holmes – the Liverpool Demon alongside series cover artist, pulp master Francesco Francavilla

Thought Bubble Leeds this weekend

Thought Bubble Comic Con takes place in Leeds this coming weekend and we’re really looking forward to it.

We’ve got ourselves a table in Saville’s Hall (number 37) where we’ll be signing and handing out Thrill Electric goodies. We’ll also, hopefully, have some books to sell too… we’ll keep you posted on that Yes we’ll have copies of The Trial of Sherlock Holmes, The Complete Alice in Wonderland, Raise the Dead and The Complete Dracula on sale Sat & Sun.

On Sunday we’ll also be taking part in this panel:


15:00 – 15:45, Alea Cinema Room 18+

Comics as a medium are changing on a near daily basis – what does the future hold? Discussion with Leah Moore, John Reppion, Paul Duffield, Kate Brown, and Emma Vieceli on the increasing prevalence of digital processes in modern comics, the new and upcoming technologies, and how comics as an industry is changing.

If you can get to Leeds for any or all of the con then you should definitley do so; Thought Bubble is always awesome.

Thought Bubble 2010 this weekend

Thought Bubble – the fantastic one day comic convention held annually in Leeds – is happening this Saturday.

The legendary Bryan Talbot will be launching his new book Grandville Mon Amour (the follow up to 2009’s steampunk badger cop masterpiece Grandville), the likes of  John “Kick Ass” Romita Jr., Adi “Iron Man” Granov, Paul “Action Comics” Cornell, Leigh “Defoe” Gallagher, Emma “Manga Shakespeare” Vieceli, Ian “Sherlock Holmes” Culbard, and lots, lots, lots more will be signing, sketching, selling and giving talks, workshops and (again) lots more.

We will also be there signing and (hopefully) selling copies of The Complete Dracula, The Trial of Sherlock Holmes, The Complete Alice in Wonderland and anything else of ours we can lay our hands on in time (if any nice, kind hearted, retailers attending the event would be willing to flog us some books on the day at trade price that would be very handy and very much appreciated – please do shoot us an email if you can help we now have loads of books thanks to the lovely peeps at Travelling Man – bring money!!!).

This will be our only con appearance this year so, if you’ve got any Moore & Reppion bits and bobs you’d like us to sign, then Thought Bubble is the place to catch us.

Sadly, we won’t be hanging round for the after-party so we’ll be running round and round all day trying to catch up with as many people as possible and grab as many comics as we can. We will, however, do our very best to keep our twitter feeds updated throughout the day so, if we’re not sat behind our table, you should be able to find out exactly where we are by checking and (probably to a significantly lesser extent due to my phone being crap)

Thought Bubble is always a brilliant day – probably our favourite convention, actually – and we’re looking forward to seeing you there.

More info at

Moore & Reppion signing at Close Encounters Bedford – Bedford, Bedfordshire – United Kingdom – 06/27/09 – Close Encounters