Watson and Holmes: Volume 2

Watson and Holmes Volume Watson and Holmes Volume collects multiple one shot stories of our newest take of the detective duo from Harlem Volume brings stories from Lyndsay Faye the writer of Dust and Shadow Gods of Goth

  • Title: Watson and Holmes: Volume 2
  • Author: Brandon Easton Lyndsay Faye Steven Grant
  • ISBN: 9781939516053
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Watson and Holmes Volume 2 collects multiple one shot stories of our newest take of the detective duo from Harlem Volume 2 brings stories from Lyndsay Faye, the writer of Dust and Shadow, Gods of Gotham, and Seven for A Secret reinterprets a classic short story and Irene Adler in modern New York City Brandon Easton writes a compelling story of the murder of a politician Watson and Holmes Volume 2 collects multiple one shot stories of our newest take of the detective duo from Harlem Volume 2 brings stories from Lyndsay Faye, the writer of Dust and Shadow, Gods of Gotham, and Seven for A Secret reinterprets a classic short story and Irene Adler in modern New York City Brandon Easton writes a compelling story of the murder of a politician s wife in conjunction with sex slavery Steven Grant the creator of 2 Guns and Hannibal Tabu write a story of the 2 going to Chicago to investigate suicides of Veterans of our recent wars These stories and others continue with taking our interpretation of Sherlock Holmes and Jon Watson in bold new directions.

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    About "Brandon Easton Lyndsay Faye Steven Grant"

    1. Brandon Easton Lyndsay Faye Steven Grant

      Brandon Easton is a writer for the new Warner Bros Animation series THUNDERCATS and a writer for the TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS for The Hub Network In January 2012, Brandon s first graphic novel SHADOWLAW was released to a nationwide sell out and widespread acclaim with positive reviews from USA Today, Forbes, Wired, Ain t It Cool News and other major publications Brandon continues to produce his Writing for Rookies advice podcast for aspiring comic book and sci fi writers Brandon recently signed a 6 book deal with LION FORGE ENTERTAINMENT, a new transmedia company based out of St Louis, MO He splits his time between Los Angeles, New York City and Balti, Md.

    225 thoughts on “Watson and Holmes: Volume 2”

    1. Wanted to adore this book The Holmes Watson continues to be spot on, and sassy Mrs Hudson is a great addition But in the end there were too many tired tropes damsels in distress, attempted rape, a conniving femme fatale , and an exotic transwoman who seems to exist solely to fulfill a straight couple s sexual fantasies for even the strong main characters to overcome Let s talk a minute about Irene Adlero, shall we Holmes tells Watson he doesn t like the client but that he dislikes blackmail So [...]


    2. This is the second in a graphic novel series that place Watson and Holmes as African Americans in contemporary Harlem As an Afghanistan war vet, Watson works in an inner city clinic Holmes with dreadlocks is a Private Eye and meets Watson when one of Holmes clients ends up in Watson s clinic Watson is separated with a son who lives with the boy s mother The story is written by a variety of authors and drawn by different artists One of the writers in this volume is Lyndsay Faye Perlow is among th [...]


    3. The artwork in Volume 2 is inconsistent, which I guess is to be expected with different artists Some of it I liked, some not so much As with the artwork, I found the stories inconsistent I liked the Irene Aldero story quite a bit and a few others A couple of the stories were really hard to follow I may have liked them , had I been able to figure out what was going on.


    4. Holmes and Watson are back This grouping of stories remains true to the source material while adding the fillip of a contemporary setting, changing the characters to African American and transferring the action to Harlem and Rockford IL I will definitely continue to read this series and I recommend them to those who like graphic novels.


    5. This is not a graphic novel for kids It s tie in to Sherlock Holmes and John Watson is slim There are so many incredible books out there The authors decided this was not going to be one of them.



    6. Love this take on Sherlock Holmes Trigger warnings for rape and LGBT representation but otherwise it s an all round good mix of stories


    7. I really enjoyed Watson Holmes Vol I A Study in Black, and have been looking forward to seeing where Karl Bollers and Rick Leonardi took these characters next Sadly, I found Vol II to be a decided step backward I think that the decision to compile a series of one shots by a variety of writers artists was a misstep, as these relatively new characters should have been given the time to develop fully before being handed off to others for their interpretation Compounding the problem is that the sto [...]


    8. A series of one offs centered around Watson and Holmes This is a fun, gritty, and urban reimagining of the observant Sherlock Holmes we all know He s in Harlem, and his partner Watson, is a war vet with a complicated family history The dialogue is excellent and reminds me of Netflix s Luke Cage, sans superpowers.


    9. Solid second volume to the series This volume consists of various short stories by various creators The highlight of this for me was the introduction of Irene Adler


    10. I particularly enjoyed the last two chapters of this volume Lyndsay Faye did an amazing job adapting the Solitary Cyclist and Scandal in Bohemia


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