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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Holmesian pastiche is rife with mashups, especially the literary kind. Hoping to generate a strong story, authors frequently pair Holmes and Watson with other characters and historical figures to create unique tales that might not fit regular canon. Sherlock Holmes and the Horror of Frankenstein, written by Luke Benjamen Kuhns and drawn by Marcie Klinger is an exceptional mix of horror and detection that is well worth reading. The story opens with a man discovering — and chipping out — a figure in the ice. Discovering Holmes with his infamous seven-per-cent solution, Watson spurs Holmes...
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