LEAH MOORE is an author, columnist, and digital comics evangelist, born in Northampton, England in 1978.
Leah's comic writing career began in 2002 with stories for America's Best Comics. More recently she has written scripts for Dynamite Entertainment (Gail Simone's Swords of Sorrow, Red Sonja), Heavy Metal Magazine, and Shelly Bond's Black Crown Publishing (Femme Magnifique, Black Crown Quarterly).
In 2006 Leah wrote the story and copy to accompany The Royal Mail's 40th anniversary Christmas Stamps. She has written columns and articles for The Big Issue, Lifetime TV online, and Comic Heroes Magazine.
Between 2013 and 2016 Leah was the Project Manager of the innovative, free to use, digital comics publishing and reading platform Electricomics. She was also the contributing editor of Electricomics flagship release, co-writing the sci-fi story Sway, with art by Nicola Scott.
Leah and her husband, John Reppion, have been scripting comics together since 2003, writing for the likes of 2000 AD, Channel 4 Education, Dark Horse, DC Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Electricomics, IDW, and Self Made Hero.
They have written established characters such as Doctor Who (The Whispering Gallery, 2008 with Ben Templesmith) and Sherlock Holmes (The Trial of Sherlock Holmes, 2009 with Aaron Campbell, and The Liverpool Demon, 2012 with Matt Triano), as well as creating their own including Brit-Cit Psi Division, Judge Lillian Storm (Storm Warning, 2015 with Tom Foster).
Together they have faithfully adapted notable works by Lewis Carroll (The Complete Alice, 2010), H. P. Lovecraft (The Shadow Over Innsmouth, 2012), Bram Stoker (The Complete Dracula, 2009), and M. R. James (Ghost Stories of an Antiquary Vol 1, 2016) into comics and graphic novels.