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By:   Steven-Elliot Altman, Michael Reaves, Bong Dazo
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Superhero, Horror, Action-Adventure
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   March 09, 2005
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-59307-303-9
For ages:   12+
Details:   Soft cover, 128 pages, b&w, 6" x 9"

A madman stalks the streets of London's Whitechapel slum, leaving a trail of grisly murders in his wake. The police have only one suspect: a prominent and respected physician named John Watson! The master detective Sherlock Holmes, in order to solve the most fantastic mystery of his career and save his greatest friend from the gallows, employs a band of young street urchins to infiltrate the alleys of Whitechapel. They can go everywhere, see everything, overhear everyone. They are the Baker Street Irregulars! Join the Irregulars in the most fantastic and terrifying adventure of their lives, as they uncover an evil unlike anything Sherlock Holmes has ever faced!


Sherlockian mystery and Lovecraftian horror collide in an adventure that's sure to please fans of both genres. From best-selling authors Steven-Elliot Altman (Deprivers , The Touch: Epidemic of the Millennium, Zen in the Art of Slaying Vampires) and Michael Reaves (Medstar 2: Jedi Healer (Star Wars: Clone Wars Novel), Shadow Hunter (Star Wars: Darth Maul), featuring the incredible artwork of rising star Bong Dazo!


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  • Jan 05, 2009 Annie from Quebec/Canada

    Very good story. Good art. A+


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