Leah Moore

Leah Moore (born 4 February 1978) is a comics writer and columnist.

Leah Moore
Born (1978-02-04) 4 February 1978
Northampton, England, United Kingdom
Notable works
Wild Girl


Moore's began writing for comics with stories for America's Best Comics in 2002. Since 2003 most of her comics work has been written with her husband John Reppion, as Moore & Reppion. Together they have scripted comics and Graphic Novels for the likes of 2000 AD, Channel 4 Education, Dark Horse, DC Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Electricomics, IDW, and Self Made Hero. Moore & Reppion were consulting writers for some of the mysteries featured in Frogwares Games multi platform adventure Sherlock Holmes - Crimes & Punishments, 2014. Moore was the Project Manager and a contributing editor for the digital comics publishing and reading platform Electricomics from 2013 to 2016. Moore has written for Dynamite Entertainment (Gail Simone's Swords of Sorrow, Red Sonja), Heavy Metal Magazine, 2000 AD (Summer Special 2018), and Shelly Bond's Black Crown Publishing (Femme Magnifique, Black Crown Quarterly). She has also written columns and articles for Lifetime TV online, The Big Issue, and Comic Heroes Magazine.[1][2][3][4]

Personal life

Moore was born to Alan Moore and Phyllis Moore in 1978 in Northampton, England. Her father is well known as a comics writer and Moore grew up familiar with that industry.[5] She lives in Liverpool with her husband and children.[1][2][6][7]



  • Wild Girl (with co-author John Reppion, and art by Shawn McManus and J.H. Williams III, Wildstorm, 2006)
  • Albion (plotted by Alan Moore, with co-author John Reppion, and art by Shane Oakley, Wildstorm, 2006, tpb, Wildstorm, 176 pages, December 2006, ISBN 1-4012-0994-7, Titan Books, 144 pages, January 2007, ISBN 1-84576-351-3)
  • Accent Anthologies (with co-author John Reppion):[8]
  • Witchblade: "Shades of Gray" (with co-author John Reppion, and art by Stephen Segovia, Top Cow/Dynamite Entertainment, 2007)
  • Raise the Dead (with co-author John Reppion, and pencil by Hugo Petrus and inks by Marc Rueda, 4-issue mini-series, Dynamite Entertainment, 2007, tpb, 120 pages, February 2008, ISBN 1-933305-56-8)
  • Savage Tales: "Battle for Atlantis" (with co-author John Reppion, and art by Pablo Marcos, in Savage Tales #1–3, Dynamite Entertainment, 2007)
  • Gene Simmons House of Horrors: "Into The Woods" (with co-author John Reppion, and art by Jeff Zornow, IDW Publishing, 2007, tpb, 192 pages, April 2008, ISBN 1-60010-209-3)
  • Space Doubles: "Project: Obeah" (with co-author John Reppion, and art by Jeremy Dale and Jason Roth, Th3rd World Studios, 2007)
  • Nevermore: "The Black Cat" (with co-author John Reppion, and art by James Fletcher, Eye Classics, Self Made Hero, October 2007, ISBN 978-0-9552856-8-4)[9]
  • "Deadeye" (with co-author John Reppion and art by Matt Timson, in Popgun No. 1, Popgun No. 2, Image Comics, 2007/2008)
  • Darkness vs. Eva (with co-author John Reppion and art by Edgar Salazar)[10][11]
  • Doctor Who: "The Whispering Gallery" (with co-author John Reppion and art by Ben Templesmith, one-shot, IDW Publishing)
  • The Complete Dracula (with co-author John Reppion and art by Colton Worley, 5-issue limited series, Dynamite Entertainment 2009)
  • The Trial of Sherlock Holmes (with co-author John Reppion, Dynamite Entertainment 2009)
  • The Thrill Electric with co-author John Reppion and art by WindFlower Studio, October 2011,
  • Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon (with co-author John Reppion), Dynamite Entertainment, 2013


  • Tolkien's Middle-Earth: A Portrait of a Mythology, 2002
  • Tom Strong, 2010
  • Kismet, 2013
  • Guarded, 2014
  • Swords of Sorrow, 2015
  • Black Crown, 2017


  1. "TEAM". Electricomics. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  2. Echo, Liverpool (26 January 2009). "Comic genius of Doctor Who's husband and wife writing team". liverpoolecho. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  3. Coke, Travis Hedge (30 October 2019). "Strangely Dressed Ladies: Swords of Sorrow". Comic Watch. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  4. "A Young Girl's Magical Legacy is Darker Than it Seems in Conspiracy of Ravens". pastemagazine.com. 6 September 2018. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  5. Banerjee, Subhajit (6 June 2014). "Alan Moore leading digital comics to open-source future" via www.theguardian.com.
  6. "Talking to Leah Moore and John Reppion About Conspiracy Of Ravens, Class Poverty and Judge Dredd Megazine #400". Bleeding Cool News And Rumors. 2 October 2018. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  7. "Creators". SelfMadeHero. Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  8. Accent Comics
  9. Nevermore at Selfmadehero Archived 22 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  10. In & Out of the Dark Ages: Moore & Reppion on "Darkness vs. Eva", Comic Book Resources, 26 February 2008
  11. Moore & Reppion Darkness vs. Eva Archived 16 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine, Newsarama, 19 March 2008
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