The mystery of Michael Williams comes to its shocking conclusion. But will Holmes and Watson survive the deep running conspiracy gripping London from its very core? And even if they do, are they safe from the machinations of their greatest foe, the all-too-clever Moriarty?
Yes, the final issue is here at last, and our third Dynamite Holmes mystery is brought to its conclusion. We hope we’ve kept you guessing for a few months and that the twists of this fourth part are as enjoyable for you reading them as they were four us writing them. Julius Ohta has been an absolute pleasure to work with (as have Ellie Wright, and as always Simon Bowland) and we would love to do something with him again.
We would also love to do more Holmes so, if you’ve enjoyed this series, please let Dynamite know, and let everyone you think might possibly be interested know too. Spread the word.
We’re informed that there’s a collected edition of the series due out in December, so an ideal addition to everyone’s Christmas list.
You can read a five page preview of #4 at dynamite.com but BEWARE OF MASSIVE SPOILERS!!!
You can also order the issue via the same link.
Holmes inches closer to solving the disappearance of Michael Williams, but it also brings him closer to danger! Meanwhile, Moriarty’s cunning scheme goes deeper than anyone anticipated, including the neighborhood boy caught in his clutches!
You can read a five page preview at dynamite.com where you can also download a digital copy right now.
SHERLOCK HOMES: THE VANISHING MAN #2 (OF 4)
Cover: John Cassaday
Writer: Leah Moore, John Reppion
Art: Julius Ohta
Genre: Action/Adventure, Mystery
Publication Date: June 2018
Holmes and Watson continue their search for Michael Williams, only to discover they are not the only people doing so. Are the mysterious figures trailing the detectives responsible for Michael’s disappearance? Meanwhile, Moriarty’s reappearance puts someone close to the sleuths in mortal danger!
You can find a five page preview of #2 on the Dynamite Entertainment website.
Six years after their last Sherlock Holmes mystery series, Moore and Reppion’s version of The Great Detective is back in The Adventure of the Vanishing Man.
“Michael Williams is a family man. A reliable man at both work and home. When he disappears, there are no clues left behind. Now, it is up to Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to find out what happened to him and what danger may be lurking around every corner, in the case of The Vanishing Man!”
Julius Ohtar is the fantastic artist, Ellie Wright delivering stunning colours, the ever dependable Simon Bowland on letters, covers by Eisner winners John Cassaday and José Villarrubia! What’s not to love?
There’s a five page preview over on the Dynamite Entertainment website where you can also order copies, or get a digital copy right now. Otherwise, please support your local comic shop, head over there and pick up a copy or three.