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  1. Leah Moore ( 4 de febrero de 1978) 1 es una historietista inglesa, conocida por Albion y Wild Girl. Otros trabajos notables incluyen Tom Strong, The End Is Nigh, y Witchblade: "Shades of Gray ", copublicada por Top Cow, entre otras obras. 2 Es hija del guionista de cómics, escritor y mago Alan Moore, y esposa del guionista John Reppion .

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    Leah Moore (born 4 February 1978) is a British comic book writer and columnist. The daughter of comics writer Alan Moore, she frequently collaborates with her husband, writer John Reppion, as Moore & Reppion. Biography [ edit] Moore was born to comics writer Alan Moore and Phyllis Moore on 4 February 1978 in Northampton.

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    Leah Moore [1] es una historietista inglesa, conocida por Albion y Wild Girl. Otros trabajos notables incluyen Tom Strong, The End Is Nigh, y Witchblade: "Shades of Gray", copublicada por Top Cow, entre otras obras.[2]

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    És filla d'Alan Moore i Phyllis Moore i va néixer l'any 1978 a Northampton, Anglaterra. El seu pare és conegut com a escriptor de còmics i Moore es va familiaritzar amb aquesta indústria. Viu a Liverpoolamb el seu marit i els seus fills. Moore va començar a escriure còmics amb contes per America's Best Comics al 2002. Des del 2003, la major part de...


    1. Wild Girl (amb el coautor John Reppion, i l'art de Shawn McManus i J.H. Williams III, Wildstorm, 2006) 2. Albion (trama d'Alan Moore, amb el coautor John Reppion, i l'art de Shane Oakley, Wildstorm, 2006, tpb, Wildstorm, 176 pàgines, desembre de 2006, ISBN 1-4012-0994-7, Titan Books, 144 pàgines, gener de 2007, ISBN 1-84576-351-3) 3. Accent Anthologies(amb el coautor John Reppion) 4. Witchblade: "Shades of Gray" (amb el coautor John Reppion, i l'art de Stephen Segovia, Top Cow/Dynamite Ent...


    1. Tolkien's Middle-Earth: A Portrait of a Mythology, 2002 2. Tom Strong, 2010 3. Kismet, 2013 4. Guarded, 2014 5. Swords of Sorrow, 2015 6. Black Crown, 2017

    Entrevista sobre el còmic Albioni futurs projectes, juliol 2006, de Forbidden Planet.
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    Debuting with a cover date of August 2005, the first two issues were released monthly, with the third issue delayed two months (Moore & Reppion cited delays in scheduling impacting the art production). Initially solicited release between October 2005 and January 2006, issues 4–6 were subsequently resolicited, and finally released throughout 2006, w...

    The story revolves around a modern-day Britain where comic book characters have turned out to really exist. The British public had been largely unaware of their existence throughout the 1960s and '70s, thinking them to be fictional. Kelly's Eye, for instance, is shown to be in the possession of the British Prime Minister since the time of Margaret ...

    A number of characters from UK comics appear in Albion— some are prisoners, others prison guards, others are at large. They include:

    Albion Origins

    A tie-in volume entitled Albion Origins was released by Titan Books in November 2007 in hardback, with a cover by Brian Bolland. This volume was designed to showcase the characters featured in Albion as they originally appeared in various IPC, Fleetway and other British comics. It featured reprints of several Cursitor Doom, Tim Kelly, Janus Starkand Dolmann stories, as well as newly written articles exploring the history of these characters' comics.

    Thunderbolt Jaxon

    Thunderbolt Jaxon, a "spin-off" of Albion – written by Dave Gibbons and drawn by John Higgins, with covers by Gibbons – was launched as a five issue mini-series in 2006. A trade paperback was released in 2007 ISBN 1-4012-1257-3, which contained some additional info on the original character.

    Battler Britton

    Battler Britton, a five-part series (starting in July 2006) based on IPC's classic World War II air ace, Wing Commander Robert "Battler" Britton. Britton was the star of such comics as Sun, Knockout and the long-running digest titles Air Ace Picture Library and Battle Picture Library. The script is by well-known comics author (and World War II expert) Garth Ennis, with art by New Zealand's Colin Wilson. Covers are by Garry Leach. A trade paperback was released in 2007 ISBN 1-4012-1378-2, whic...

    A trade paperback collection of the six-issue miniseries was released in the US on 13 December 2006 by WildStorm (ISBN 1-4012-0994-7). Titan Books published the UK edition a month later, on 26 January (ISBN 1-84576-351-3).

    Albion was nominated for "Favourite New Comicbook" in the 2006 Eagle Awards. Miles Fielder, writing in The Scotsman, said of Albion:

  4. Leah Gotti ( Sherman, Texas; 4 de octubre de 1997) es una actriz pornográfica y modelo erótica estadounidense. Índice 1 Biografía 2 Premios y nominaciones 3 Referencias 4 Enlaces externos Biografía [ editar] Nació en octubre de 1997 en la ciudad de Sherman, ubicada en el Condado de Grayson ( Texas ).