What happens when the world’s greatest detective, and the world’s greatest escape artist team up to solve a murder mystery wrapped in a complex and drawn out historical drama? Even we are left scratching our heads after reading Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini #3.
Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini #2 features far too much dialogue on the page, spotty quality art and an explosion. Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini #2 features far too much dialogue on the page, spotty quality art and an explosion. SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. HARRY HOUDINI #2 Writers: Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery Artist: Carlos Furuzono Colourist: Aikau Oliva Letterer: Rob Steen Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Cover Price $3.99 Previously in Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini #2: The world’s most famous detective meets the world’s most famous magician… and death ensues! Famed detective Sherlock Holmes and brash showman Harry Houdini must
We’ve seen crossovers, and some of them are really great and some of them tend to miss the mark. Moonstone Books comes to the table today with a crossover that not only has me scratching my head, but has me ready to plunk down my money to pick it up and read it. Are you ready for the Sherlock Holmes and Kolchak team-up?
It turns out The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow #1 published by Dynamite Entertainment not only marked Howard Chaykin’s return to The Shadow, it also marks the first time a Wold Newton scene has been overtly depicted in a comic book.
Throw a stone at any form of media and you are bound to hit something involving Sherlock Holmes. Even though there are so many stories being told about the character it is hard not to get excited about seeing Ian McKellon take on the role.
So, you think you know the world’s only consulting detective? Sylvain Corduri’s tale is a far cry away from the Adventure of the Sussex Vampire, but every bit as fun, gripping and inherently Holmesian.