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Mystery, intrigue, death, and of course, murder. Often these words are preceded by seemingly innocuous events. For example, the discovery of a fragment of paper with a note written on the back. Or every so often, a detective in his smoking jacket sinking into a chair, filling his pipe, and saying, “It would be worth your while, Watson, to glance this over….” In these instances, you know that the world’s greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes, is on the case, and whoever is responsible for the aforementioned conditions won’t go unpunished for long.
This ACG Comics collection reprints Sherlock Holmes strips from as far back as the 1930s, including the first ever comic strip featuring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s character, not to mention his familiar associate, Dr. Watson. Printed in black-and-white.
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