An anthology of Sherlock Holmes led off by the title story, "Murder at Moulin Rouge", which is a full length comic story written by Gary Reed and illustrated by Michael Zigerlig. Another full length comic story is "The Retired Detective" from Reed and illustrated by Wayne Reid. The two team up also on a shorter tale entitled "The Amazing Mr. Holmes" and Reid also provides the illustrations on a Doyle Sherlockian classic, "A Case of Identity". Plus, there is a Baker Street tale from the Harvey nominated series by Reed and Guy Davis. In addition, there are some classic pastiches and information/facts about the Great Detective. A great package for Holmesians!
Written by Gary Reed
Art from Michael Zigerlig, Wayne Reid, and others.
32 pages. Black and white, 16.99
Two epic sagas of the great detective facing some of his most unusual and horrifying cases. Holmes and Watson must solve the mystery of the haunting of the great theatre as they search for the mysterious Phantom of the Opera. In the second full length feature, Holmes attempts to help a desperate friend who is plagued…by himself in the tragic story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Collecting the series released by Tome Press in stories written by Steve Jones and illustrated by Aldin Baroza and Seppo Makinen.
Written by Steve Jones.
Illustrated by Aldin Baroza and Seppo Makinen.
104 pages, black and white, $14.99
The Game is Afoot—Again! Collected for the first time in graphic novel form, this volume features four tales from the classic Sherlock Holmes newspaper strip! In their most terrifying cases, Holmes and Watson face a thumbless voodoo priest, a screaming, spectral pirate, a Victorian vampiress and the immortal Hound of the Baskervilles!
Written by Edith Meiser.
Illustrated by Gil Kane, Mike Sekowsky & Frank Giacioa
140 pages, black and white, $17.99