In this issue, Matthew and Stephen sit down with the brand new Sherlock Holmes series from Dynamite Entertainment, Sherlock Holmes: The Liverpool Demon.

Sherlock Holmes is busy doing what he does best, solving a case of far-reaching international notoriety. It has landed him at the Port of Liverpool, a bustling hub of commerce both legitimate and illicit. As that chapter closes, ours begins. They head to Lime Street Station, to catch a fast steam locomotive home to London and Baker Street, when violent weather keeps The Great Detective and Watson in  Britain’s second city a while longer. Long enough to encounter a monster, discover the Liverpool underworld, and to become embroiled in one of his strangest cases yet.


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  1. I am in no way a Sherlock Holmes expert. But I am a very didicated Sherlock Holmes fan.
    I have read all the original stories, seen all the series and movies and more plays.
    What I find very interresting is that the classic BBC take on Sherlock seems to be what people think is the “real” Sherlock.
    The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock is not that far from the Robert Downey jr. Sherlock. In the books Sherlock go out and do illigal fistfighting and is a master stickfigther.

    I love most takes on Sherlock – and seeing new twist is far more interresting than just retelling of old stories.

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