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John Mark Reppion

Contribution History:
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2013-03-17 22:29:29 Mar-Vell Suffix none
2013-03-17 22:29:29 Mar-Vell Bio John Reppion was born in Liverpool, England in 1978. In 1994, when they were both sixteen, he met Leah Moore, and the two of them were married ten years later, on the 23rd of October 2004. They continue to live in Liverpool, along with their cat Mr. Fluffy. When he was a child, John?s grandfather used to take him to the nearby village of Hale, where he became fascinated by the grave of the village?s legendary giant, John Middleton, reputed to be nine foot three inches tall. This childhood fascination eventually led to John?s first published work, a four-page article in the Fortean Times #187 in August 2004, called The Childe Of Hale. Although John enjoys writing his own articles and short stories, the bulk of his work is done in partnership with his wife Leah. Having kibitzed on some of her early writing, John eventually was co-credited when the pair submitted a proposal to Wildstorm Productions in 2003. This eventually became the six-part series became Wild Girl, with art by Shawn McManus and J. H. Williams III, which was published by Wildstorm between November 2004 and April 2005. Based on Wild Girl, the pair were offered the opportunity to write a new series, Albion, due to debut from Wildstorm in June 2005. This is nothing short of a renaissance of many long-missing and well-loved characters from sixties and seventies British comics, and promises to be one of the most interesting comics to be seen in quite some time. The art is by Shane Oakley and George Freeman, with covers by Dave Gibbons, and is being co-written by Leah Moore and John Reppion, with plotting by Leah?s father, Alan Moore. Bio by Anne M Kletcha John Reppion was born in Liverpool, England in 1978. In 1994, when they were both sixteen, he met Leah Moore, and the two of them were married ten years later, on the 23rd of October 2004. They continue to live in Liverpool, along with their cat Mr. Fluffy. When he was a child, John?s grandfather used to take him to the nearby village of Hale, where he became fascinated by the grave of the village?s legendary giant, John Middleton, reputed to be nine foot three inches tall. This childhood fascination eventually led to John?s first published work, a four-page article in the Fortean Times #187 in August 2004, called The Childe Of Hale. Although John enjoys writing his own articles and short stories, the bulk of his work is done in partnership with his wife Leah. Having kibitzed on some of her early writing, John eventually was co-credited when the pair submitted a proposal to Wildstorm Productions in 2003. This eventually became the six-part series became Wild Girl, with art by Shawn McManus and J. H. Williams III, which was published by Wildstorm between November 2004 and April 2005. Based on Wild Girl, the pair were offered the opportunity to write a new series, Albion, due to debut from Wildstorm in June 2005. This is nothing short of a renaissance of many long-missing and well-loved characters from sixties and seventies British comics, and promises to be one of the most interesting comics to be seen in quite some time. The art is by Shane Oakley and George Freeman, with covers by Dave Gibbons, and is being co-written by Leah Moore and John Reppion, with plotting by Leah's father, Alan Moore. Bio by Anne M Kletcha


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