Sunday, 22 December 2013
On 22.12.13 by KieronMoore in Basil Rathbone, BBC, Benedict Cumberbatch, Film, Jeremy Brett, Martin Freeman, Peter Cushing, Robert Downey Jr, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes, Starburst, TV No comments
Issue 396 of Starburst Magazine is out now, and, as you may have deduced from the cover, it's a Sherlock Holmes themed issue, to celebrate the return of the BBC's Sherlock this new year, which I personally am very excited about. My contribution to this issue is not more than a page about Sherlock Holmes books written by people who aren't Arthur Conan Doyle, but it's worth buying for the bits that aren't written by me too.
Pick it up from WH Smith, your specialist comic store, possibly Tesco (not sure if this one's in Tesco), or, of course, right here.
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