Chuck Miller is the creator of some of the most unusual characters in New Pulp. He is known for his Black Centipede stories, Bloody Mary Jane, Little Precious, and Moriarty, Lord of the Vampires. He now sets his sights on his first novel length story of “Sherlock Holmes: The Picture of Innocence.” This is the REAL story upon which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle based his tale, “The Sign of Four.” In it Holmes and Watson early in their association encounter Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur himself. This is a tale of whimsy, adventure, and the clashes of unique characters in a story that is both familiar and new. And as always we dabble in some fascinating tangents and discuss Chuck’s larger body of work.
A true Sherlock Holmes fan does NOT want to miss this one!
Sherlock Holmes: A Picture of Innocence
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