A Study in Emerald

A Study in Emerald

This supernatural mystery set in the world of Sherlock Holmes and Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos features a brilliant detective and his partner as they try to solve a horrific murder. The complex investigation takes the Baker Street investigators from the slums of Whitechapel all the way to the Queen's Palace as they attempt to find the answers to this bizarre murder of cosmic This supernatural mystery set in the world of Sherlock Holmes and Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos features a brilliant dete...

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Title:A Study in Emerald
Author:Neil Gaiman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1506703933
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:88 pages pages

A Study in Emerald Reviews

  • Lorena
    Aug 31, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

  • The Story Girl
    May 10, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

  • Giselle Bradley
    Jul 11, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

  • Anne
    Nov 07, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

  • Bayneeta
    Jul 21, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

  • Erin Cataldi
    Aug 14, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

    Wow. I had been eagerly waiting to see what Neil Gaiman would bring to the table when we're dealing with a character that is already so overused in the world of pop culture. Through the early chapters I found myself thinking "Well okay, good artwork, story seems to be consistent to or...

    3.5 ...

    *Quietly mumbles: ?I haven?t read H.P. Lovecraft ? and I?m not familiar with the Cthulhu Mythos.?* Ah yes, nothing screams ?new graphic novel reader? like being unfamiliar with one of the mashes in the mashup. My lack of background, though, did not stop me from enjoyin...

    Really good. Nice world-building without being super obvious about it. I thought The Detective's Assistant looked very much like Sir John Hurt from "Time of the Doctor", so I "heard" his lines in his voice. I'd love to see more works in this universe. It's a really neat twist on the...

    The illustrations were wonderful, but the plot was a little bizarre, even for me. It's a mix of Sherlock Holmes and Cthulhu, complete with a gruesome murder mystery. A detective, too smart for his own good, makes his new roommate tag along to help solve a horrifying murder that has eve...

  • Frances
    Jul 30, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

  • Anthony
    Aug 30, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 31, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

    Wow. I had been eagerly waiting to see what Neil Gaiman would bring to the table when we're dealing with a character that is already so overused in the world of pop culture. Through the early chapters I found myself thinking "Well okay, good artwork, story seems to be consistent to or...

    3.5 ...

    *Quietly mumbles: ?I haven?t read H.P. Lovecraft ? and I?m not familiar with the Cthulhu Mythos.?* Ah yes, nothing screams ?new graphic novel reader? like being unfamiliar with one of the mashes in the mashup. My lack of background, though, did not stop me from enjoyin...

  • Michael
    Sep 23, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

  • Christine
    Sep 11, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

  • Kristin
    Jul 22, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

  • Dan
    Nov 07, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

  • Ines
    Jul 05, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

  • Ellen
    Aug 02, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

  • Christoph
    Sep 11, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

  • Fernando Dávila
    Oct 20, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

    Wow. I had been eagerly waiting to see what Neil Gaiman would bring to the table when we're dealing with a character that is already so overused in the world of pop culture. Through the early chapters I found myself thinking "Well okay, good artwork, story seems to be consistent to or...

    3.5 ...

  • Neko Neha (BiblioNyan)
    Nov 05, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

  • Andrea
    Aug 20, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

    Wow. I had been eagerly waiting to see what Neil Gaiman would bring to the table when we're dealing with a character that is already so overused in the world of pop culture. Through the early chapters I found myself thinking "Well okay, good artwork, story seems to be consistent to or...

    3.5 ...

    *Quietly mumbles: ?I haven?t read H.P. Lovecraft ? and I?m not familiar with the Cthulhu Mythos.?* Ah yes, nothing screams ?new graphic novel reader? like being unfamiliar with one of the mashes in the mashup. My lack of background, though, did not stop me from enjoyin...

    Really good. Nice world-building without being super obvious about it. I thought The Detective's Assistant looked very much like Sir John Hurt from "Time of the Doctor", so I "heard" his lines in his voice. I'd love to see more works in this universe. It's a really neat twist on the...

  • Calista
    Sep 19, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Jul 03, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

  • Rod Brown
    Aug 05, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

  • Deborah
    Jun 29, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

  • Zain Hashmy
    Sep 04, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

    After reading the cover, I realized I listened to this story as part of one of Gaiman's short story collections. I found it interesting, but I definitely wanted more... like another graphic novel's worth. ...

    Wow. I had been eagerly waiting to see what Neil Gaiman would bring to the table when we're dealing with a character that is already so overused in the world of pop culture. Through the early chapters I found myself thinking "Well okay, good artwork, story seems to be consistent to or...

  • Quentin Wallace
    Oct 20, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

    I think I missed something. I enjoyed reading it but then felt confused at the end. I don't really know my Lovecraft, so I think that could have been my downfall. ...

    Another Lovecraftian type story....was okay. ...

    The art is a perfect match to the prose. One of my favorite Gaiman short stories. ...

    I haven't read any Lovecraft yet but I really enjoyed this retelling of A Study in Scarlet. The world that Gaiman and the illustrators manged to build in this short graphic novel was so interesting. The wasn't insanely text heavy which I really appreciated. (Nothing drags more than a g...

    A wonderful delight for Gaiman and Conan Doyle fans I enjoyed the drawings a lot and the little publicity notes at the beginning of each chapter. As the name foreshadows, a "study in Emerald" follows a "study in scarlet" with a detective and his ex-military friend investigating a re...

    Conan Doyle meets Lovecraft. Story by Neil Gaiman; art by Rafael Albuquerque. A winning combination. ...

    I want to live in Neil Gaiman's head for a day. He has such an incredible imagination! I loved this story and enjoyed the art as well. ...

    Let?s just all agree that it?s silly to give a five star book 4 stars just because you are bitter that it?s not longer. BUT I WANTED TO KEEP READING. ...

    A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque (artist) is a Sherlockian, Victorian fantasy graphic novel that I picked up because of the author and artists entirely. I had no idea what it was about initially, and quite frankly, I didn?t care. With this combination of tal...

    A twisted and dark tale of role reversal, mystery, alien overlords with twisted sexual appetites, horse and buggy adventures, and a spot of good old deductions, my dear Watson! This is well drawn, atmospheric fun. It also has some strange stuff of which Gaiman would hear no less on...

    This wasn't quite up to the level I was expecting, but the big twist at the end made it worthwhile. This is a Sherlock Holmes tale based in an alternate universe where Cthulhu and the Old Ones exist. It really seemed a little subpar for Gaiman, but considering how well received it was ...

  • Trang Tran (Bookidote)
    Jul 10, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

  • Katie (Lost in Pages)
    Jul 13, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

  • Eâ„“â„“is ♥
    Apr 19, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...

    I was about to give up on these Dark Horse adaptations of Neil Gaiman short stories, but the pretty good mash-up of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft in this volume means I'll have to keep checking them out. The little twist at the end actually caught me off guard and elevated the sto...

    Puh, eine schwere Entscheidung, konkret: 4,5 Sterne Kann sehr leicht sein, dass ein nochmaliges Lesen das Ergebnis eines Tages nach oben korrigiert. Also ... ... die Welten von Doyle & Lovecraft wurden in der Vergangenheit des Öfteren miteinander vermischt. Dies bietet sic...

    Nicely illustrated version of the Neil Gaiman story. ...

    Issuing a pricy hardcover for what amounts to a 64 page special after you remove the sketches, faux Victorian ads, and multiple blank pages used as chapter breaks is a blatant cash-in on Gaiman's name, and a shoddy one at that. Many panels uses watercolor washes in place of background ...

    Letto nella versione non illustrata uscita nel 2007. ...

  • Jamie Connolly
    Jun 27, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

  • The Enchanted Library
    Aug 23, 2018

    Sherlock + Cthulhu = A Study in Emerald. I went into it knowing that it was some sort of Doyle/Lovecraft mash-up, but that was about it. I had no idea what Gaiman was trying to pull off as far as plot goes, and I'm glad I didn't. Because while this was exactly what it purported ...

    I didn't know anything about this before reading it. It's a good way to read this one as the surprises are enjoyable. This seems loosely based on the Sherlock Holmes story 'a Study in Scarlet'. It is then blended with H P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, which I still need to read. It turns into ...

    Full review here I always loved reading graphic novels and I noticed that one of the challenges in this medium is to convey an original story while having a clear storyline in just a few pages. Neil Gaiman, Rafael Alburerque and company did just that. They manage to set up the world b...

    I want to start by saying that I know nothing when it comes to Lovecraft. I'm aware that there's a green, octopus-looking creature called the "cthulhu" that lives in the ocean, and that's literally the extent of my knowledge. I've always been intrigued by his stories, but I've never re...

    4.5 stars. An excellent adaptation of the seminal Neil Gaiman story that fuses Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. ...

    Recently while listening to a podcast, I discovered that Neil Gaiman had written a re-telling, or pastiche, of one of the Sherlock Holmes? stories, ?A Study in Scarlet.? It can be found online for free here, and this version is actually printed like an actual newspaper with ads a...

    Really good. But wait..is this the only volume or is there going to be more stories set in this world. The whole thing was really good but I wish it had gone on longer. 5 stars. ...

    Such a wonderful idea Love this kind of crossover! ...