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

  • Adam
    Jul 10, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

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    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • The Story Girl
    May 10, 2018

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

    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...

    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...

  • Jonathan
    Jul 11, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

  • Julia
    Jun 27, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

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    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Giselle Bradley
    Jul 11, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

  • Francois Arsenault
    Jul 03, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

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    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Canavan
    Jul 05, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

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  • Betsie
    Jul 11, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

  • Bryan Jaketic
    Jul 04, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

  • Jesse Richards
    Jul 07, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

  • Justin
    Jun 27, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

  • Ines
    Jul 05, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

  • curleduptoes
    Jul 10, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Ali
    Jul 12, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

  • Heather L.
    Jul 10, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

  • Mark
    Jul 03, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Janna
    Jun 28, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Shadowdenizen
    Jul 03, 2018

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

  • Calvin Daniels
    Jul 13, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

  • Deborah
    Jun 29, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

  • Madelene C. Amendola
    Jul 03, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Angie Pinchbeck
    Jul 12, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

  • Trang Tran (Bookidote)
    Jul 10, 2018

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

    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

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

  • Eℓℓis ♥
    Apr 19, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

  • Brian Gaston
    Jul 13, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

  • Jamie Connolly
    Jun 27, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

  • Lauren
    Jul 12, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

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    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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  • Patrick Booth
    Jul 08, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

  • Tomas Heberling
    Jul 14, 2018

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

    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...

    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. ...

    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...

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

    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...

    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. ...

    I didn't know what to expect when I started this. I had actually never read anything by Neil Gaiman even though his note-rarity didn't escape me. I also had no idea this was a graphic novel. Amazon was advertising it to me as something I should check out, so I did. Color me surpris...

    I loved this. I've read the original short story at some point and don't really remember it, but this was a perfect medium for the story. The adaptation wasn't overpowered by endless caption boxes like some of the other Gaiman adaptations, and Rafael Albuquerque's art provided the perf...

    Excellent! Great read! Awesome reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. I seem to be reading a lot of book in the Cthulhu universe and I'm really digging it. I would love to see more of these come into being. ...

    A fantastic adaptation of Gaiman's short story. I've always loved Rafael Albuquerque's art, and this does not disappoint. I would love to see more from this world. ...

    A Sherlock Holmes tale, with a taste of Cthulhu, written by Neil Gaiman, how could I not love it? ...

    This is Neil Gaiman at his best -- in the graphic novel genre. A great story blending the two settings. The art is great too. If you pick up a Gaiman graphic novel, this is what you should expect. ...

    Eh, it was ok. I wasn't a huge fan of the art. Alot of the faces felt off, almost rushed in a way. ...

    My only complaint is that is should be longer... ...

    8/10 ...

    Excellently done. But you'll need to be familiar with both Holmes and Lovecraft first. ...

    ????? ...

    An interesting spin on Sherlock Holmes. This is a Neil Gaiman short story from a few years ago, but it?s wonderful to see it in graphic novel form. ...

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