To celebrate the release of our brand new Dark Horse GN Conspiracy of Ravens, Moore & Reppion will be signing copies of the book at Travelling Man in Manchester on Saturday the 6th of October.
Leah and John are once again very proud to be guests at Thought Bubble – the UK’s finest comics convention – this weekend.
They will be signing on Sat & Sun 11 am – 12:30pm on Table 24 in the Comixology Marquee.
Leah will be signing off of Alison Sampson’s table (selling Femme Magnifique) Sat & Sun 2 pm – 3 pm on Table 174 in the Comixology Marquee.
Leah & John will be both appearing on the 2000 AD panel on Sat 4 pm in the Carriageworks theatre.
We hope to see you there!
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The mystery of Michael Williams comes to its shocking conclusion. But will Holmes and Watson survive the deep running conspiracy gripping London from its very core? And even if they do, are they safe from the machinations of their greatest foe, the all-too-clever Moriarty?
Yes, the final issue is here at last, and our third Dynamite Holmes mystery is brought to its conclusion. We hope we’ve kept you guessing for a few months and that the twists of this fourth part are as enjoyable for you reading them as they were four us writing them. Julius Ohta has been an absolute pleasure to work with (as have Ellie Wright, and as always Simon Bowland) and we would love to do something with him again.
We would also love to do more Holmes so, if you’ve enjoyed this series, please let Dynamite know, and let everyone you think might possibly be interested know too. Spread the word.
We’re informed that there’s a collected edition of the series due out in December, so an ideal addition to everyone’s Christmas list.
You can read a five page preview of #4 at dynamite.com but BEWARE OF MASSIVE SPOILERS!!!
You can also order the issue via the same link.
Holmes inches closer to solving the disappearance of Michael Williams, but it also brings him closer to danger! Meanwhile, Moriarty’s cunning scheme goes deeper than anyone anticipated, including the neighborhood boy caught in his clutches!
You can read a five page preview at dynamite.com where you can also download a digital copy right now.
As you may already know, on Saturday the 10th of June Leah underwent emergency surgery to treat a subdural haematoma. A blood clot was safely removed from her brain and, after ten days recovering in hospital, she returned home.
Leah posted on her own (private) Facebook page on the 19th just to let friends and family know what had happened, and that she was okay. We received so many lovely messages, so many kind, generous people asking if there was any kind of help they could possibly give us. Then Andrew O’Neill went and set up a Just Giving page, the response to which has just been so far beyond anything we could have imagined I cannot adequately express our gratitude and astonishment. Thank you. Thank you all. So much.
Leah is recovering at an amazing rate, doing better and better each day, and we have no doubt she will recover fully in time. Exactly how much time that will take we can’t yet say, but it will be measured in months, not weeks, or days.
Meanwhile however, we have so many new things coming out that you probably won’t even notice our (short) absence. The 2000AD Sci-Fi special is out now, Sherlock Holmes: Vanishing Man #3 is due out next month (with #4 following in August), we have two new Storm Warning series starting very soon to the Megazine, we’ve got Conspiracy of Ravens coming out in October… loads of stuff which we really hope you’ll enjoy.
Thank you all so much for your continued support. We are so grateful to have family, friends, and fans like you.
The 2000 AD Summer Special returns with a very special line-up: for the first time in 2000 AD’s 41-year history, an entire issue will have an all-female roster of writers, artists, colorists, and letterers. With covers from Tula Lotay and Emily Zeinner, and all-new stories featuring Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, Psi-Judge Anderson and DeMarco, P.I. by Alex De Campi, Maura McHugh, Tillie Walden, Katy Rex, Laura Bailey and many more, no holiday is complete without this thrill-packed anthology!
- Leah Moore, Emma Beeby, Alex De Campi, Laura Bailey, Katy Rex, Tillie Walden, Olivia Hicks & Maura McHugh
- DaNi, Abigail Bulmer, Babs Tarr, Liana Kangas, Sam Beck, Xulia Vincente & Emma Viaceli
- Eva De La Cruz, Gab Contreras, Pippa Mather & Barbara Nosenzo
- Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville & Tillie Walden
- Cover Artist
- Tula Lotay
Order in print or digital now from 2000 AD online.
Cover: John Cassaday
Writer: Leah Moore, John Reppion
Art: Julius Ohta
Genre: Action/Adventure, Mystery
Publication Date: June 2018
Holmes and Watson continue their search for Michael Williams, only to discover they are not the only people doing so. Are the mysterious figures trailing the detectives responsible for Michael’s disappearance? Meanwhile, Moriarty’s reappearance puts someone close to the sleuths in mortal danger!
You can find a five page preview of #2 on the Dynamite Entertainment website.
There are bad guys in the world of Dredd … and then there’s Judge Death!
Leader of the Dark Judges, causing death and destruction ever since first making their way over from the alternate dimension of Deadworld. Judge Death always returns to Mega-City One and the body count is always terrible.
Uttering the magic words, “The crime is life, the sentence is death!”, Richard Bruton chatted to Leah Moore and artist Xulia Vicente about bringing Death to this summer’s Sci-Fi Special…
Read the rest at 2000ad.com
Six years after their last Sherlock Holmes mystery series, Moore and Reppion’s version of The Great Detective is back in The Adventure of the Vanishing Man.
“Michael Williams is a family man. A reliable man at both work and home. When he disappears, there are no clues left behind. Now, it is up to Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to find out what happened to him and what danger may be lurking around every corner, in the case of The Vanishing Man!”
Julius Ohtar is the fantastic artist, Ellie Wright delivering stunning colours, the ever dependable Simon Bowland on letters, covers by Eisner winners John Cassaday and José Villarrubia! What’s not to love?
There’s a five page preview over on the Dynamite Entertainment website where you can also order copies, or get a digital copy right now. Otherwise, please support your local comic shop, head over there and pick up a copy or three.
Leah Moore, John Reppion, and Sally Jane Thompson Weave a Magical Tale at Dark Horse
From Leah Moore and John Reppion, the writers of Damsels, The Trial of Sherlock Holmes, and Ghost Stories of an Antiquary comes an original graphic novel perfect for tween, teen, and adult fans alike! Conspiracy of Ravens joins Moore and Reppion with interior and cover artist Sally Jane Thompson (Atomic Sheep, Now and Then, The Ruby Equation) to weave a tale of magic, family secrets, and a mysterious legacy.
Anne is a teen schoolgirl who thought she was just like everyone else. But when she unexpectedly inherits her long-lost aunt’s crumbling English mansion and a strange ancient locket, she unearths a family secret that leads to the discovery of her mysterious powers. She picks up the mantle of her family’s magical legacy, but soon learns that she isn’t the only one whose powers are awakening, and not everyone wants to use their powers for good…
Conspiracy of Ravens HC goes on sale October 3, 2018 and is available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and your local comic shop.
This 136-page hardcover retails for $14.99.
#WOMAN: Remapping the Territory Our Way contains 50 poems and spoken word pieces by 16 female creatives from across the globe, including published works, repertoire pieces and new verses written especially for this book. It is the first in a series from Rita Osei and Michelle Olley, dealing specifically with the journey from child to #WOMAN.
Nine years after our first Holmes series arrived on comic shop shelves, we are very pleased to announce that we’re back at Dynamite Entertainment writing a brand new Sherlock Holmes mystery; The Vanishing Man. Julius Ohta is doing a fantastic job bringing the fog, grime, and blood, of Victorian London to the page, and the always incredible John Cassaday returns to cover duties.
It’s the new Winter’s Edge of Comics Cool in 48 pages! Delight in regular continuing features like legit publications with literary pedigrees! It all begins with the 10-page regular lead feature Tales From the Black Crown Pub, starring Stacey the barmaid, by award-winner Rob Davis (The Motherless Oven). Recurring short features include Canonball Comics: an exquisite corpse that will not stay dead, Cud: Rich and Strange by co-writers/bandmates Will Potter and Carl Puttnam and artist Philip Bond, Swell Maps by music journalist/novelist Cathi Unsworth with illustrations by Cara McGee and a new Hey, Amateur!. Plus: Previews of your future favorite comics like Bandtwits by Jamie Coe, Punks Not Dead by David Barnett and Martin Simmonds, a Walking Ghost Tour of Canon Street by Tini Howard, interviews with your favorite comics celebrities and much, much more!
Visit the Black Crown Quarterly page for more info and to order.
So, I’m working on a prog rock synth sci-fi album with these incredible artists…
The Wicker Man and The Beornen
Today (January 8th, 2018) UK theme park Alton Towers has made a somewhat unexpected announcement. Spring 2018 will see the opening of a new attraction at the Staffordshire based park: Wicker Man.
Wicker Man is the UK’s first new wooden rollercoaster experience in 21 years and comes with a globally unique twist – bringing together wood and fire for the very first time. A Wicker Man structure standing at 57.57ft (17.55m) tall – the height of a six-storey building – will dominate the very centre of Alton Towers Resort, appearing to burst into flames as the wooden track races three separate times through the structure.
Read the full article on DailyGrail.com