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USH Volume 4, Section XII -- Cartoon, Comics, and Jokes (continued)

Introduction to The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 1 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 2 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 3 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 4 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes


D. Comic Books and Comic Strips

 

 

C24199. "According to Guiness," Sunday Sun Comics [Toronto] (March 20, 1988), 6.

"Most portrayed character. The character most frequently recurring on the screen is Sherlock Holmes ... Sixty-seven actors portrayed Holmes in 186 films between 1900 and 1984."

 

C24200. -- A6175. The Adventure of the Baker Street Spirit, by Jon Wilmunen. [Buhl, Minn.: The Gamekeepers of Northern Minnesota, December 1970.] 1 p.

Issued in place of the author's annual Gamebag.

 

C24201. -- A6176. "The Adventures of Chubb-Lock Homes," Comic Cuts [London] (November 18, 1893-September 1894). 33 issues.

Reviews: SHJ, 10, No. 3 (Winter 1971), 94-96 (Michael Pointer).

 

C24202. Alexander, F. O. "Hairbreadth Harry," [Hearst newspapers].

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 162.

Partial contents: Greetings Between Sleuths! (February 4, 1933).

A comic strip featuring Sniffin Snoop, first drawn by C. W. Kahles.

 

C24203. Amend, Bill. "Fox Trot," [Universal Press Syndicate] (March 8-13, 1993).

----------. ----------, Tiger Tales, No. 25 (March 1993), 2-3.

 

C24204. Anthony, Ed, and Grace Drayton. "The Pussycat Princess," [King Features Syndicate] (August 28, 1935).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 192.

A Sherlockian feline named Sergeant Snoop of Scotland Yard investigates the mystery of the blooded goldfish.

 

C24205. -- B5675. Archibald, Joe. "Shylock Bones," The Funnies, 1, No. 1 (1929?)

One of the comic strips is reproduced in SHJ, 10, No. 3 (Winter 1971), 94.

 

C24206. Armstrong, Tom. "Marvin," Albuquerque Journal (January 4, 1985), E8.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 74 (January 24, 1985), insert page.

Marvin, in Sherlockian costume, is fantasizing that he and his rabbit friend, "Watson," are in a thick fog, when his father, "Moriarty," interrupts his daydream by demanding to know who closed the fireplace damper.

 

C24207. -- B5676. [Arnao, Gabriel.] "Sherlock Lopez y Watso de Leche," de Gabi. Flechas y Pelayos, No. 229 (April 25, 1943).

The first in a series of adventures in this magazine from Spain featuring Sherlock and Watso. More recently, the detective and his assistant have appeared in the comic weekly Trinca.

 

C24208. Arriola, Gus. "Gordo," San Francisco Chronicle (November 4, 1983).

Gordo believes that a new subdivision of burglar-proof houses called "Sure-Lock Homes" will be no match for the graduates of Moriarty Heist School.

 

C24209. -- B5677. "Arséne Lupin contra Sherlock Holmes," por Maurice Leblanc. Adventuras [Editora Bom Humor Ltda., São Paulo], 1 [n.d.] 103 frames.

 

C24210. Auth, Tony, and Daniel Pinkwater. "Norb," San Francisco Examiner (November 28, 1989-January 27, 1990).

Disguised as the King of Bohemia, the Great Detective visits Norb and his assistant, Miss Rat, in an effort to help him solve the theft of the Great Onion of Budapest. It turns out to have been stolen by a giant robot pack rat, invented by the Great Detective himself!

 

C24211. -- B5678. A Aventura de Faixa Sarapintada. Edição Maravilhosa, 7, No. 99 (February 1955). 32 p.

Cover illustration by Adelson.

Contents: Stud.

 

C24212. -- B5679. "The Baffler," Real Clue Crime Stories [Hillman Periodicals], 4, No. 3 (May 1949).

A pictorial depiction of the Oscar Slater case, featuring Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24213. Barr, Mike W. "The Doomsday Book," Colored by Adrienne Roy. Edited by Denny O'Neil. "Sherlock Holmes in the Adventure of the Red Leech," E. R. Cruz, artist; Romeo Francisco, letterer. Detective Comics [DC Comics], No. 572 (March 1987), 1-54.

 

C24214. -- B5680. Barry, William H. Mr. Holmes of Baker Street. Hollywood, Calif.: Adventure Feature Syndicate, 1975.

A preview folder, in two sizes, and sample (Houn) for a new daily comic strip.

 

C24215. -- B5681. Barry, William H. Mr. Holmes of Baker Street. South China Morning Post [Hong Kong] (1976).

Contents: Houn.

 

C24216. Barry, William H. "Baskervilles hund," Fantomen [Stockholm], Nr. 2 (1979), 53-65; Nr. 3 (1979), 37-44; Nr. 4 (1979), 39-50.

At head of title: Sherlock Holmes, privatdetektiv, av A. Conan Doyle.

 

C24217. Barry, William H. "Professor Moriarty," Fantomen [Stockholm], Nr. 8 (1979), 32-44; Nr. 9 (1979), 41-53.

At head of title: Sherlock Holmes, privatdetektiv, av A. Conan Doyle.

 

C24218. Barry, William H. "En studie i rött," Fantomen [Stockholm], Nr. 14 (1979), 73-80; Nr. 15 (1979), 38-45.

At head of title: Sherlock Holmes, privatdetektiv, av A. Conan Doyle.

 

C24219. Barry, William H. Sherlock Holmes: A Graphic Novel. Glendale, Calif.: CB Publications, 1987. 74 p.

Contents: The Hound of the Baskervilles. -- Portrait in Red. -- A Study in Scarlet.

 

C24220. -- B5682. Barsotti, Charles. "Sally Bananas," The Kansas City Times (November 9, 1973).

Sherlock on the trail of his magnifying glass.

 

C24221. -- B5683. [Bartoš and Pergler.] "Sherlock Holmes & Fitinky," by Bape. Dikobraz [Prague] (November 1973), 12.

Text in Czech.

 

C24222. "The Bash Street Kids," The Beano [D.C. Thomson, London], No. 1756 (March 13, 1976), 10-11.

Three famous archaeologists (one wears a deerstalker) discover "Bash-Henge."

 

C24223. "The Bash Street Kids," The Beano, No. 1777 (August 7, 1976), 10-11.

Smiffy plays detective with the aid of his granddad's old gamekeeper's hat, his trusty magnifying glass, and his bloodhound Sniffy.

 

C24224. -- B5684. Batiuk, Tom. "Funky Winkerbean," Washington Star-News/Comics-Features (April 10, 1974), E-15.

"Was your first position as a principal on the secondary level?" "No, it was elementary, my dear Watson!"

 

C24225. -- B5686. Batiuk, Tom. "Funky Winkerbean," Rocky Mountain News (January 21, 1979).

Holmes and Watson are sitting in a train discussing their perpetual arch-enemy, Moriarty, "a hardened criminal."

 

C24226. -- B5685. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," (Funky Winkerbean) Rocky Mountain News [Denver] (March 13-18, 1978).

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 39 (May 11, 1978), insert.

----------. ----------, PUn, 2, No. 5 (May 1978), 2; 2, No. 6 (June 1978), 2; 2, No. 8 (August 1978), 1.

----------. ----------, DCC, 14, No. 4-5 (October 1978), 12.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 2, No. 1 (January 1979), 105-106.

Six three-panel strips entitled "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases."

 

C24227. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Milwaukee Sentinel (July 23-29, 1979). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 46 (September 9, 1979), 3-4.

----------. ----------, WW, 2, No. 2 (September 1979), 18-20.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 4, No. 2 (June 1981), 339-340.

----------. ----------, SM, 9, No. 2 (June 1981), 17.

A second series of six three-panel strips.

 

C24228. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Rocky Mountain News [Denver] (January 4-9, 1988). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, MSB, 10, No. 10 (February 1988), 3-4.

----------. ----------, ST, No. 19 (April 1992).

Contents: 1. Sherlock Holmes and the Cunning Coffee Caper. -- 2. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Boiled Barrister. -- 3. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Terrifying Toddler. -- 4. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Murdering Swine. -- 5. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Mean Mr. Moriarty. -- 6. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Mutt with the Mandibles.

 

C24229. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Albuquerque Journal/Comics (March 2, 1980). (Funky Winkerbean)

Watson asks how a frail, kindly old woman like Dame Harkness could kill her husband to inherit his money. Holmes reminds Watson that "where there's a will there's a way!"

 

C24230. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Albuquerque Journal/Comics (April 13, 1980). (Funky Winkerbean)

Holmes deduces that Norals missing senile old uncle is at the pier because she told Holmes and Watson that her uncle had gotten a little dingy!

 

C24231. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Albuquerque Journal/Sunday Comics (March 29, 1981). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 55 (May 16, 1981), insert page.

----------. ----------, BSR, 4, Nos. 9-10 (June-July 1981), 3.

Holmes explains to a bewildered Watson that even though they had a "dynamite case" against the "mad bomber," the judge "dropped the charges!"

 

C24232. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," Benton Courier (March 17, 1982). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, BSR, 6, Nos. 1-3 (December-February 1982), 9.

The "Bloated Baroness" was forced to gorge herself to death. "It was alimentary, my dear Watson!"

 

C24233. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," [Source unknown] (July 28, 1983). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 65 (June 6, 1983), insert page.

"Sherlock Holmes' most famous case: The Sound of the Basketballs."

 

C24234. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," [Source unknown] (March [?] 1984). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, ICN (April 1984), 3.

"Have you found any clue as to who stole your commode, Holmes?" "No, Watson! So far I have absolutely nothing to go on!"

 

C24235. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," [Source and date unknown]. (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, MSB, 8, No. 1 (January 1985), 3.

----------. ----------, PPofPC, No. 74 (January 24, 1985), insert page.

Watson offers to pack a suitcase for Holmes, but because Holmes asserts that the problem should not take long, Watson says he will just pack his briefcase!

 

C24236. Batiuk, Tom. "Sherlock Holmes' Secret Cases," [North American Syndicate] (January 8, 1988). (Funky Winkerbean)

----------. ----------, PUn, 13, No. 2 (April 1989), 2.

As Holmes and Moriarty struggle at the Reichenbach Falls, Holmes exclaims that Moriarty is not going to make him "the fall guy."

 

C24237. -- B5687. "Batman and Robin in Scotland Yard!" Detective Comics, No. 110 (April 1946), 1-12.

After Moriarty and his henchmen have stunned London with a "series of breathtaking robberies," Scotland Yard summons the Dynamic Duo to England to assist in the villain's capture.

 

C24238. -- B5688. "Batman, Deadman and Sgt. Rock," Bob Haney, writer; Ric Estrada and Dick Giordano, artists. The Brave and the Bold Special, DC Special Series, 2, No. 8 (1978). 33 p.

 

C24239. -- B5689. "The Beaver Patrol," Knockout [The Amalgamated Press, London], No. 728 (February 7, 1953), [6].

In one of the episodes Holmes inspects a bank door containing a skeleton key, a wrench, and a broken window -- and exclaims, "You will observe, inspector, that the criminal tried to get in here!"

 

C24240. -- B5690. Becky. "Sherlock solves ...," Chicago Tribune (1964).

A series of nine "play funnies."

 

C24241. Berardi, Giancarlo, and Giorgio Trevisan. Le avventure di Sherlock Holmes. Dai racconti di Sir A. Conan Doyle. Sceneggiatura: Giancarlo Berardi. Disegni: Giorgio Trevisan. Milano: Edizioni L'Isola Trovata, luglio 1987. 52 p. (Gli Albi di Orient Express, Nr. 27)

Contents: Introduction by Oreste del Buono. -- Scan. -- Iden.

 

C24242. Berardi, Giancarlo, and Giorgio Trevisan. Le avventure di Sherlock Holmes. Secondo volume. Dai racconti di Sir A. Conan Doyle. Sceneggiatura: Giancarlo Berardi. Disegni: Giorgio Trevisan. Milano: Edizioni L'Isola Trovata, gennaio 1988. 48 p. (Gli Albi di Orient Express, Nr. 30)

Contents: RedH. -- Bosc.

 

C24243. -- B5691. "The Big Boy in Defective Detective," Adventures of the Big Boy, No. 209 (September 1974), [11-12].

"Created and produced for distribution by Big Boy restaurant operators, Webs Adv. Corp., Los Angeles."

Inspired by reading Sherlock Holmes, Big Boy tries to sniff out some "wrongdoers."

 

C24244. -- B5692. "The Big Boy Meets Sherlock Holmes," Adventures of the Big Boy, No. 194 (May 1973), 1-6.

Big Boy solves a case involving the "stolen" crown jewels.

 

C24245. -- B5693. "Blarney Bluffer -- He's Britain's Biggest Bragger," Buster and Cor!! [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (February 1, 1975), 28-29.

Blarney Bluffer, the world's greatest detective, tells how he captured the invisible man.

 

C24246. -- B5694. "Bodger the Bookworm," [Source unknown (England)] (March 21, 1970).

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes "aids" Bodger in tracking down his father's pipe.

 

C24247. -- B5695. Borg, Larry. "Surelout Hole, Dr. Worthless in The Case That Finally Ended," The Forum [Inver Hills Community College] (May 21, 1976), 6.

Hole discovers that finals are causing students to die of fright.

 

C24248. -- B5696. Born, Adolf. "Bledý v_ze_," Pionýr [Praha], No. 11 (July 1972), 24-25; No. 12 (August 1972), 24-25.

Contents: Blan.

 

C24249. -- B5697. Born, Adolf. "Mu_í_ek z Indie," Pionýr, No. 9 (May 1972), 24-25; No. 10 (June 1972), 24-25.

Contents: Croo.

 

C24250. -- B5698. Born, Adolf. "Pes baskervillský," Pionýr, No. 1 (September 1972); No. 2 (October 1972); No. 3 (November 1972), 16-18; No. 4 (December 1972), 16-18.

Contents: Houn.

 

C24251. -- B5699. Born, Adolf. "Tajemství musgravského ob_adu," Pionyr, No. 6 (February 1972), 24-25; No. 7 (March 1972), 24-25; No. 8 (April 1972), 24-25.

Sherlockian cover illustration for the February issue by Adolf Born.

Contents: Musg.

 

C24252. -- B5700. "Brassneck," The Dandy [D. C. Thomson & Co., London], No. 1627 (January 27, 1973), [16-17].

Detective: Swotty (Sherlock) Watt.

 

C24253. Bridwell, E. Nelson. "When Bancroft Fisher Dies, Everybody Dies!" World's Finest Comics [DC Comics], 42, No. 279 (May 1982), 1-9.

Holmes appears with Captain Marvel Jr. in three panels.

 

C24254. Browne, Dik. "Hagar the Horrible," [Source unknown] (September 4, 1984).

----------. ----------, ND (September 1984), 6.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 72 (November 15, 1984), 1.

----------. ----------, MSB, 7, No. 7 (November 1984), 4.

----------. ----------, BC, 1, No. 3 (December 1984), 4.

----------. ----------, Sherlockiana, 30, Nr. 1 (1985), 7.

----------. ----------, ND (May 1985), 4.

After deducing an incredible amount of information about a person whose footprints are examined by Hagar, he exclaims, "But that's just a wild guess."

 

C24255. -- B5701. Bugs Bunny in The Great Circus Mystery. [Dell Pub. Co.] No. 281 (1950). 52 p.

Bugs Bunny appears on the cover with a deerstalker and magnifying glass in a highwire bicycle act. The contents include three frames showing two detectives known as Sheerluck and Blotzo.

 

C24256. -- B5702. Bugs Bunny, Super Sleuth. [Dell Pub. Co.] No. 200 (1948).

Cover illustration of Bugs Bunny with a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

 

C24257. "Bugs Bunny: The Monchu Mystery," Bugs Bunny [Western Pub. Co.], No. 208 (May 1979), [1-11]. (Gold Key, 90070-905)

With Sheerluck Cones, famous detective.

 

C24258. Burkett, Cary, and Tom Sutton. "The Hell Hound of Brackenmoor!" Manuscript discovered by Cary Burkett. Illustrated by Tom Sutton. The House of Mystery [DC Comics], 29, No. 271 (August 1979), 1-10.

Cover illustration for "The Hell Hound" by Joe Orlando.

Detective: Sir Morgan Parks (with Professor John Evans).

 

C24259. Campiti, David, ed. Sherlock Holmes. Premiere Line Graphic Novel No. 1. Wheeling, W.Va.: Innovative Corp., July 1989. [48] p.

Contents: Elementary, My Dear Readers! -- A Study in Scarist. Adapted by James Stenstrum. Illustrated by Noly Panaligan. Calligraphy by Jim Loftus. -- Scenes of Sherlockiana. -- The Singular Case of the Anemic Heir, by William B. Dubay and Kevin Duane. Illustrated by Anton Caravana. Calligraphy by Jim Loftus. -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

 

C24260. Caniff, Milton. "Steve Canyon," Chicago Sun-Times (August 16, 1985), 47; (August 23, 1985), 49; (August 30, 1985), 47; (September 13, 1985), 43; (September 14, 1985), 29; (September 16, 1985), 43.

Steve and Summer play Holmes and Watson.

 

C24261. Caniff, Milton. "Steve Canyon's Baker Street Adventure," Introduction by William Nadel. Comics Review, No. 21 (1987), 1-26; cont'd

"Daily and Sunday, 7/21 -- 10/8/85."

Detective: Stevenson Holmes (with Dr. Milton Watson).

 

C24262. Canini, Renato. "Sação Sherloque: Canini Vê os Detetives," Texto & arte: Canini. Mad [Editora Vecchi, Rio de Janeiro], 6, No. 72 (June 1980), 14-15.

 

C24263. -- A6178. "Captain Marvel and Mr. Tawny's Detective Case," Captain Marvel Adventures, 18, No. 108 (May 1950), 37-45.

"Mr. Tawny, the talking tiger, leads a quite ordinary life as a worker and home owner. And like you and I, yearning to break up the monotony, he takes up a new role as a modern Sherlock Holmes. With Captain Marvel as his `Doctor Watson,' Mr. Tawny plays the part of a mastermind sleuth, courting thrilling adventure and danger."

 

C24264. -- B5703. Carey, Ed. "Shedlock Holmes and Louisiana Raffles," Pittsburgh Gazette (July 13, 1902).

To escape pursuit by Shedlock, Raffles puts his shoes on the hind feet of a dog. Shedlock follows these footprints and in the end catches the dog.

Review: BSCS (1973) (Bliss Austin).

 

C24265. -- B5704. Carey, Ed. "Shedlock Holmes and Louisiana Raffles: The Great Sausage Mystery," Pittsburgh Gazette (July 20, 1902).

Raffles breaks into a butcher shop specializing in fine sausage. Suspecting that Shedlock is on his track, he heats a penny over a candle and drops it on the floor, hoping Shedlock will "drop the cent." Raffles then hides behind a large butcher's block. Shedlock arrives and picks up the hot penny. He also spots Raffles, who pushes the butcher's block over on him, and then leaves, as Shedlock exclaims, "blocked again."

 

C24266. -- B5705. Carroll, Les. "Our Boarding House," Fort Collins Coloradoan Comics (January 12, 1975).

"A three-pipe problem"'

 

C24267. Carroll [Les], and McCormick. "Elementary, My Dear Twiggs!" [Source unknown] (October 23, 1977).

----------. ----------, BC, 6, No. 2 (March-April 1989).

Major Hoople in Sherlockian costume recounts to Twiggs some of his "modest efforts at law enforcement."

 

C24268. Cases of Sherlock Holmes. Nos. 1-20. Illustrated by Thomas Arthur Daniel Day. Long Beach: Renegade Press; Chicago: Northstar Productions, May 1986-1990. 20 issues.

Contents: No. 1. Bery. -- No. 2. Danc. -- No. 3. The Strange Adventure of the Vourdalak. (Story: Gordbn Derry. Art: Dan Day). -- No. 4 SixN. -- No. 5. Engr. -- No. 6. Resi. -- No. 7. Musg. -- No. 8. Scan. -- No. 9. Copp. -- No. 10. Gree. -- No. 11. Blac. -- No. 12. Silv. -- Nos. 13-14. Nava. -- No. 15. Chas. -- No. 16. Soli. -- No. 17. Abbe. -- No. 18. Blue. -- No. 19. Twis. -- No. 20. RedH.

 

C24269. Cases of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 1. Illustrations by Dan Day. [Chicago]: Northstar Publishing, [1989]. 1 v. (various pagings)

Published in hardcover (with slipcase) and paperback editions.

Contents: Bery. -- Danc. -- SixN. -- Engr.

 

C24270. Cases of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated by Dan and David Day. Plymouth, Mich.: Tom Press/ Caliber Press, 1992. 4 issues.

Contents: 1. Scan. -- 2. Copp. -- 3. Musg. -- 4. Nava.

Originally published by Renegade Press.

 

C24271. _echura, Rudolf, and Marcel Stecker. "Sherlock Holmes," píše Rudolf _echura; kreslí Marcel Stecker. _ty_lístek, 1984-1990.

Contents: No. 118. Sherlock Holmes a prípad s vcelou. -- No. 119. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad s trpaslíkem. -- No. 121. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad s králíkem. -- No. 122. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad podivného houba_e. -- No. 124. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad mrtvých ryb. -- No. 128. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad s pavoukem. -- No. 130. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad vloupání. -- No. 131. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad v Londýn_. -- No. 132. Sherlock Holmes a podez_elý kluk. -- No. 133. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad s kolem. -- No. 134. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad _ty_ sv_dk_. -- No. 136. Sherlock Holmes a golfový p_ípad. -- No. 138. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípady v Guilfordu. -- No. 139. Sherlock Holmes a deštivý p_ípad. -- No. 141. Sherlock Holmes a prapravnuk. -- No. 143. Sherlock Holmes a p_epadení v Soho. -- No. 144. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad bez pachatele. -- No. 147. Sherlock Holmes a bezradná policie. -- No. 156. Sherlock Holmes a liga zrzavých. -- No. 158. Sherlock Holmes a pozorný sv_dek. -- No. 161. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad v _echách. -- No. 167. Sherlock Holmes a p_ípad p_ti kucha__. -- No. 175. Sherlock Holmes a poledné p_ípad.

 

C24272. -- B5706. Channing, Marvin, and F. Thorne. "The Vampire Hunter," Story: Marvin Channing. Mad House [Red Circle Comics Group], No. 97 (January 1975), 1-6.

Illustrated by F. Thorne. Cover illustration of Henry Hobson (Holmes) and the vampire by Gray Morrow.

To rid the country of a supernatural fiend, England's greatest detective becomes "the vampire hunter."

 

C24273. -- B5707. Cochran, Negley. "Holmes's Sherlock," The Tulsa Daily Tribune (April 4, 1966). (Out Our Way)

A wife checks on her husband's whereabouts.

 

C24274. -- B5708. Conway, Gerald, and Luis Dominguez. "The Case of the Demon Spawn!" Story by Gerard Conway. Art by Luis Dominguez. The House of Secrets [National Periodical Publications], 16, No. 112 (October 1973), 1-8.

Roderick Doyle and Professor John Winston of Barrow Street are lured to the McBain Castle by vampires and in the end become vampires themselves.

 

C24275. "Cracked's Detective Handbook," Cracked, No. 151 (July 1978), 32-35.

"How many times have you watched the movie and asked yourself, `How does Holmes do it!' Well, you'll soon find out what it takes to be a great sleuth once you've read Cracked's Detective Handbook."

 

C24276. "Daffy Duck: Daffy Meets His Match," Looney Tunes [Western Pub. Co.], No. 30 (February 1980).

Features "Armchair Daffy" with a deerstalker.

 

C24277. "Daffy Duck: Private Eyeball for Hire," Looney Tunes, No. 18 (1978), 7-11.

A deerstalkered Daffy solves a case involving some precious jewels hidden in an art museum.

 

C24278. "Daffy Duck: The Frightful Flight," Looney Tunes, No. 39 (1981), 6-9.

"Armchair Daffy, the private eye, would rather be fishing, but catching crooks comes first..." Daffy wears a deerstalker.

 

C24279. Davis, Guy, and Gary Reed. Baker Street: Honour Among Punks: A Mystery in Five Acts. Baker Street Compilation [Caliber Press, Westland, Mich.], 1, No. 1 (1990). 175 p.

Cover painting by Vince Locke.

Contents: Act 1. The Baskervilles. -- Act 2. Pride and Prejudice. -- Act 3. A Jaded View. -- Act 4. The Gang's Afoot. -- Finale. A Case of the Blues. -- Elementary, My Dear.

 

C24280. Davis, Jack, and Frank Jacobs. "If Sesame Street Branched Out Into Specialized Avenues of Education: Medical Street," Artist: Jack Davis. Writer: Frank Jacobs. Mad, 1, No. 203 (December 1978), 37-37.

A Sherlock Hemlock spoof.

 

C24281. De Beck, Billy. "Barney Google and the Spark Plug," New York American (August 26-27, 1926).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 190.

Contents: They Thicken the Plot. -- On the Scent at Last.

Detective: Shellac Holmesburg.

 

C24282. "The Demonstrations of Dudley Dudd, the Dud Detective," Target [Bath, Canada], 53, No. 3 (June 13, 1936), 4-5.

 

C24283. "Ur den ryktbare detektiven Jack Samuels lif och leiverne," Allers Family-Journal [Hälsingborg], Nr. 45 (November 10, 1918), 23.

 

C24284. Derbesse, Marc. B.D.S.H. Rilly la Montagne: Société des Amis d'Henri Fournaye, 1983. [10] p. (La troisième tache, No. 1)

Contents: Le rat, l'éventreur & l'éléphant [Matilda Briggs]. -- Le mystère du poulailler: La Guerison de Charlot Kolmes.

 

C24285. "Ur detektiven Dick Samuels lif och verksamhet," Allers Family Journal, Nr. 16 (April 21, 1918), 25.

 

C24286. Detective Comics [DC Comics], 45, No. 500 (March 1981). 80 p.

One panel shows Sherlock Holmes (p. 19); another, a Sherlockian silhouette (p. 35); also, Holmes's maxim, "When you have eliminated the impossible ...," is quoted by Hawkman (p. 56).

 

C24287. Dibble, Bernard. "Hawkshaw the Detective," by Watso. [United Features Syndicate] (1932-1933).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 169.

Partial contents: The Interesting Incident of the Inquisitive Bystander (December 4, 1932). -- The Droll Incident of the Dual-Minded Duellists (February 26, 1933). -- The Pulse Tingling Tale of the Decoy Target (August 13, 1933).

Dibble succeeded Mager as the cartoonist for this comic strip.

 

C24288. -- B5709. Dickenson, Fred, and John Prentice. "Rip Kirby," [King Features Syndicate] (January 31-March 26, 1977).

----------. ----------, Dagens Nyheter [Stockholm] (October 29-December 24, 1977).

Text in Swedish.

Forty-eight serialized comic strips with Rip Kirby as Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24289. -- B5710. [Dirks, Rudolph.] "Hawkshaw the Detective: `On the Spot,'" by Watso. Tip Top Comics, 7, No. 5 (No. 77 on cover) (September 1942), 26-31.

 

C24290. -- A6182. [Dirks, Rudolph.] "Hawkshaw the Detective." by Watso. The Captain and the Kids, 4, No. 4 (March 1943), 1-36.

Contents: The Odd Affair of the Dummy Cracksman. -- A Lesson in Vigilance. -- The Unwritten Story or Maiden Beware! -- Hawkshaw's Triumph! -- The Peculiar Circumstance of the Scattered Toothpicks. -- The End of the Case of the Scattered Tooth-picks. -- The Phonograph Test. -- The Affair of the Miser. -- The Affair of the Bootleg Oil. -- The Droll Dénouement of the Basher Social. -- The Affair of the Basher Social. -- The Case of the Dummy Hands. -- Taking Sugar Off a Baby. -- The Peculiar Episode of the Snoozer. -- The Circumstance of the Watchful Guinea Fowl. -- The Episode of the Telescope. -- Extra! The Great Hawkshaw Foiled! -- Bingo! -- The Incident of the Erratic Weather-Vane. -- The Hilarious Interlude of the Wonder Ape. -- The Morganbilt Case. -- The Baffling Episode of the Midget Twins. -- The Supernatural Raider. -- The Episode of the Gallivanting Bath-tub. -- The Incident at the Exposition Grounds. -- Somebody Always Pays. -- The Odd Dénouement of the Shackamaxon Plot. -- The Strange Case of the Ambitious Watchman. -- Hounding the Phantom. -- The Amateur Star Gazer.

 

C24291. -- A6183. [Dirks, Rudolph.] "Hawkshaw the Detective," by Watso. The Captain and the Kids. Comics on Parade, 5, No. 1 (June 1945), 8-9.

Contents: A Lesson in Caution. -- The Getaway.

 

C24292. -- A6184. [Dirks, Rudolph.] "Hawkshaw the Detective," by Watso. The Captain and the Kids. Comics on Parade, Special Issue (July 1946). Inside of front and back covers.

Contents: Winners. -- Tweet-Tweet. -- The Absent-Minded Professor.

 

C24293. Dirks, Rudolph. "Katzenjammer Kids: 'Tis Our Old College Chum -- Sherlock Guck, the Eskimo Detective!" [Hearst newspapers] (June 9, 1907).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 158.

 

C24294. Dirks, Rudolph. "Katzenjammer Kids: Who Was It? Sherlock Guck, the Detective!" The Examiner [San Francisco] (June 2, 1907).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 165.

 

C24295. -- B5711. Disney (Walt) Co. "Aristogatas," Jornal do Brasil/Caderno de Quadrinhos (September 5, 1976), 12; cont'd.

"c. 1970 by Walt Disney Productions."

Features a mouse dressed like Sherlock.

 

C24296. Disney (Walt) Co. "Basil the Great Mouse Detective and the Gold Coin," Disney Special [England] (1989).

Basil deduces that "if the coin was not on the crook, and he was refusing to say a word ... then he must have hidden the coin in his mouth!"

 

C24297. Disney (Walt) Co. "The Big Bad Wolf," Donald Duck [IPC Magazines, London], No. 1 (1975), 12-19.

The Three Pigs hire Little Wolf, a deerstalkered detective, to find out who sole their chickens.

 

C24298. -- B5712. Disney (Walt) Co. Chip `n' Dale. [Western Pub. Co.] No. 41 (August 1976). (Gold Key, 90214-608)

Non-Sherlockian except for the cover illustration of Donald Duck wearing a deerstalker and holding a magnifying glass.

 

C24299. Disney (Walt) Co. "Chip 'n' Dale," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse [IPC Magazines, London], No. 51 (October 9, 1976).

Cover illustration of Donald with a deerstalker and magnifying glass spying on the two chipmunks.

 

C24300. -- B5713. Disney (Walt) Co. "Chip `n' Dale in The Defective Detective," Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (September 29, 1973).

"C'mon, Chip ... I've made myself a hat, found a magnifying glass, and now I'm gonna make like Surelock Grones!"

 

C24301. -- B5714. Disney (Walt) Co. "Chip `n' Dale: The Defective Detective," Walt Disney's Goofy and Also Pluto [IPC Magazines Ltd.], No. 24 (April 6, 1974), 21-22; No. 25 (April 13, 1974), 21-22.

Further misadventures of "Surelock Grones."

 

C24302. -- B5715. Disney (Walt) Co. "Collect-a-Character: Shamrock Bones," Mickey and Donald [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (October 11, 1975), 13.

"A colourful Disney series for you to cut out and keep."

 

C24303. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck," [King Features Syndicate] (March 11, 1980).

Uncle Ludwig tells Donald that he dressed up like Holmes in order to make some brilliant deductions while filling out his income tax return.

 

C24304. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck," [King Features Syndicate] (July 14, 1980).

----------. ----------, YS, No. 8 (August 1980), 10.

Holmes, lost in a thick fog, asks directions from Donald to the Baskerville residence.

 

C24305. -- B5716. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck: The Invisible Intruder," Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge, No. 44 (August 1963). (Gold Key, 10038-308)

Detective: Sir Sherlock.

 

C24306. -- B5717. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck: The Ivy Burglar," Walt Disney's Donald Duck [K. K. Publications], No. 135 (January 1971).

Features Donald as Sherlock.

 

C24307. -- B5718. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck: The Overnight Hero," Walt Disney's Donald Duck, No. 91 (November 1963), cover, [1-12]. (Gold Key, 10037-311)

 

C24308. -- B5719. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck: The Vanishing Banister," Walt Disney's Donald and Also Goofy [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (September 14, 1974), 5-8.

"Donald, Daisy and Dim-Witty ... Three ducks in a detective daze."

 

C24309. -- B5720. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald Duck: You Can Bank on This One for Fun!" Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (February 9, 1974), cover.

Donald Duck's three nephews wear deerstalkers while looking for fingerprints on their piggy bank, as their nervous uncle watches them.

 

C24310. Disney (Walt) Co. "Donald e Sobrinhos em Teste de Detetive," Almanaque Disney [Editora Abril, São Paulo], 8, No. 90 (November 1978), 101-128.

Donald's nephews appear throughout the story in large green deerstalkers.

 

C24311. -- B5721. Disney (Walt) Co. "Goofy: Private-Eye Guy," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse and Goofy [Western Pub. Co.], No. 162 (April 1976), [26-30]. (Gold Key, 90027-604)

Deerstalkered Goofy, who thinks he has inherited his Grandpa Snoopy's detecting ability ("he was a big-shot Sherlock-type"), solves the case of Lady Fadinglook's missing jewelled crown.

 

C24312. -- B5722. Disney (Walt) Co. "Goofy: Super Goof Meets Super Thief," Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (April 28, 1973), [9-12].

Shamrock Bones appears briefly in this caper involving the theft of Big Len, a large London clock.

 

C24313. -- B5723. Disney (Walt) Co. "Goofy: Test Tube Detective," Walt Disney's Donald Duck [Dell Pub. Co.], No. 70 (March-April 1960), [16-19].

 

C24314. Disney (Walt) Co. "Goofy: Test Tube Detective," Walt Disney Comics Digest, No. 51 (February 1975), 91-94. (Gold Key, 92301-502)

 

C24315. -- B5724. Disney (Walt) Co. "Goofy's Laughter Lesson: How to Be a Detective," Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey: Fun-Time Extra [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (1975), 16-17.

"There are three types of detectives ... the plain clothes detective, the private eye, and the Sherlock Holmes type...."

 

C24316. Disney (Walt) Co. "Hound of the Moaning Hills," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck [IPC Magazines, London], No. 29 (May 8, 1976); No. 30 (May 15, 1976), 9-10; No. 31 (May 22, 1976), 21-22; No. 32 (May 29, 1976), 9-10.

The junior woodchucks -- Generals Huey, Dewey, and Louie -- investigate the existence of an oversized hound in the Moaning Hills who is scaring everyone.

 

C24317. Disney (Walt) Co. Kalle Ankas Pocket. 256 sidor spännande serier. Malmö: Utgiven av Hemmets Journal, 1978. (Pocket Nr. 25)

Cover illustration of Mickey and Goofy in Sherlockian costume.

 

C24318. -- B5725. Disney (Walt) Co. "Lången, vem är vem?" Walt Disney's Serier [Stockholm], Nr. 8 (August 1973), 15-28.

Two Goofys as Sherlocks–one is an impostor.

 

C24319. Disney (Walt) Co. "Little Sir Sherlock," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse in Disneyland Magazine [IPC Magazines, London] (November 20, 1976), 21.

Trusty, who prides himself on being a canine Sherlock Holmes, deduces that the scent discovered by Scamp is that of a middle-aged cat of Persian ancestry, who lives on the waterfront.

 

C24320. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth," Disney Magazine (March 1976), 44.

A puzzle with an illustration of Mickey and the Sleuth.

 

C24321. -- B5726. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth," Disney Magazine (September 1976), 14-26.

"Mickey and his bumbling detective friend get into hot water when they come to grips with that master criminal, Professor Nefarious."

 

C24322. -- B5727. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: `The Case of the Closet Deposit,'" Disney Magazine (November-December 1976), 18-29.

 

C24323. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: The Case of the Pea Soup Burglaries," Walt Disney Showcase, No. 39 (July 1977), 1-15. (Gold Key, 90258-707)

With a cover illustration of Mickey and the Sleuth.

 

C24324. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: The Case of the Wax Dummy," Walt Disney Showcase, No. 38 (April 1977), 1-14. (Gold Key, 90258-704)

With a cover illustration of Mickey, the Sleuth, and the wax dummy.

 

C24325. -- B5728. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: `The Glasgow Cannonball,'" Disney Magazine (February 1977), 18-29.

Professor Nefarious robs a train in broad daylight; Mickey and the Sleuth try to stop him.

 

C24326. -- B5729. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: `The Great Winks Robbery,'" Walt Disney Showcase, No. 42 (January 1978).

 

C24327. -- B5730. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey and the Sleuth: `20,000 Leaks Under the Sea,'" Disney Magazine (April 1977), 16-27.

"This time Nefarious and his gang are in deep trouble! Piracy on the Thames, indeed! And their first victims are, of all people, Mickey and the Sleuth!"

 

C24328. -- B5731. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Pateta: O Elefante Branco," O Pato Donald [Editora Abril Ltda., São Paulo], 26, No. 1284 (June 18, 1976), 16-23.

Detective: Berloque Gomes (same as Shamrock Bones).

 

C24329. -- B5732. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Sir Lock Holmes: O Assalto ao Carro Blindado," Mickey [Editora Abril Ltda.], No. 281 (March 1976), 54-65.

 

C24330. -- B5733. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Sir Lock Holmes: O Caso da Limpeza do Banco," Mickey, No. 280 (February 1976).

 

C24331. -- B5734. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Sir Lock Holmes em O Estranho Roubo das Ervilhas," Mickey, No. 278 (December 1975), 3-15.

Cover illustration of Mickey and Sir Lock.

 

C24332. -- B5735. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Sir Lock Holmes: O Misterioso Caso do Violino," Mickey, No. 279 (January 1976), 54-65.

 

C24333. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey e Sir Lock Holmes: Prof. Nefarius Volta a Atacar," Mickey [Editora Abril, São Paulo], 26, No. 309 (July 1978), 3-14.

 

C24334. -- B5736. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey: O Tesouro do Capitao Currupaco," [Artist: Canini]. Almanaque Disney [Editora Abril Ltda.], No. 40 (September 1974).

Detective: Berloque Gomes.

 

C24335. -- B5737. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey: O Tesouro Espacial," Mickey, 24, No. 286 (August 1976), 3-17.

Detective: Berloque Gomes.

 

C24336. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse," [by Floyd Gottfredson, as by Walt Disney]. [King Features Syndicate] (November 12, 1930).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 191.

Detective: Burlap-Bones (with Watson).

 

C24337. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse," [by Floyd Gottfredson, as by Walt Disney]. [King Features Syndicate] (October 17, 1933).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 191.

Goofy appears as "Sherlock."

 

C24338. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse," [by Floyd Gottfredson, as by Walt Disney]. [King Features Syndicate] (December 10, 1939).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p 172.

Goofy, in Sherlockian costume, surprises Mickey in his new role as an officer of the law -- a dog catcher!

 

C24339. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse and Goofy: Na Pista da Corneta de Rolando," Mickey [Editora Abril, São Paulo], 24, No. 282 (April 1976), 3-14.

Detective: Berloque Gomes.

 

C24340. -- B5738. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse and Goofy: The Creepy Case of Ghost Rock Basin," Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey [IPC Magazine, London] (May 31, 1975), 17-20; (June 7, 1975), 17-20; (June 14, 1975), 21-22.

"Mickey and Goofy were helping detective Shamrock Bones to investigate a robbery at the city art museum which had taken place under strange weather conditions. The trail led to the Creepy Ghost Rock Basin, where rocks had a mysterious life of their own. Then the assistant curator, Prebbles Blackstone, suddenly vanished!"

 

C24341. -- B5739. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse and The Great Safe Mystery," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse and The Wonderful Whizzix, No. 427 (October-November 1952).

Detective: Goofy as Sherlock.

 

C24342. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse and the Seven Ghosts," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, 1, No. 219 (October 1986), 1-22; No. 220 (November 1986), 1-25; No. 221 (December 1986).

Mickey and Goofy, in Sherlockian costume, start a detective agency and become ghost exterminators.

The story is a rerun of the daily comic strips that began on August 7, 1936.

 

C24343. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse in The Crazy Crime Wave," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, No. 224 (March 1987), 1-31; cont'd.

"A Golden-Age Classic, 1933."

Dippy Dawg (Goofy in Sherlockian costume) and Mickey Mouse become partners in a detective agency inherited by Dippy from his uncle and set out to solve crimes "dirt cheap."

 

C24344. -- B5740. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse in `The Mysterious Crystal Ball,'" Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 14, No. 8 (May 1954), 14; No. 9 (June 1954); 14, No. 10 (July 1954).

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24345. -- B5741. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse in The Mysterious Pill Plot," Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 12, No. 11 (August 1952), [43-48].

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24346. -- B5742. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse in the Shattered-Glass Mystery," Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 12, No. 7 (1952).

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24347. -- B5743. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: Invaders from Hootowl Hollow," Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse and Goofy [Western Pub. Co.], No. 123 (November 1969), [1-25].

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24348. -- B5744. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: Journey to No-No Land," Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 30, No. 9 (June 1970); 30, No. 10 (July 1970); 30, No. 11 (August 1970). (Gold Key, 30041-006, -007, 008)

----------. ----------, Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (November 18, 1972); (November 25, 1972); (December 2, 1972).

Mickey and Goofy help Shamrock Bones recover a priceless ruby from a missing plane that has crashed on a mountain in No-No Land.

 

C24349. -- B5745. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: Message in a Nutshell," Pt. 2. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 32, No. 9 (June 1972). (Gold Key, 90011-206)

----------. ----------, Pt. 2. Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey (November 17, 1973), [15-18].

Mickey and his friends are lured to Doomsday Island by a mysterious message concealed in a nutshell. There they encounter Shamrock Bones who is also investigating the case.

 

C24350. -- B5746. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Amazing Undersea Oysterkins," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse [Western Pub. Co.], No. 135 (April 1972), [1-20]. (Gold Key, 90027-204)

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24351. -- B5747. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Case of the Sinister Robot," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse, No. 1 (1967). (Top Comics)

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24352. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Case of the Sinister Robot," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse [K.K. Publications], No. 113 (June 1967), 1-25. (Gold Key, 10027-706)

Includes a cover illustration of the robot, Mickey, Goofy, and Shamrock Bones, with caption: "Detective Shamrock Bones aids Mickey in The Case of the Sinister Robot."

 

C24353. -- B5748. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Case of the Talking Bone," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse, No. 125 (May 1970). (Gold Key, 10027-005)

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24354. -- B5749. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Hound of Basketville," starring Sherlock Mouse and Doctor Goofy. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (25th Anniversary Issue, 1940-1965), 25, No. 12 (September 1965), [1-10]. (The Walt Disney Theater) (Gold Key, 10011-509) .

----------. "Mickey Mouse: Basketvilles Hund," Walt Disney's [Anders & Co., Denmark], 18, Nr. 35 August 30, 1966).

 

C24355. -- B5750. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Mystery of the Missing Masters," Walt Disney's Donald and Mickey and Also Goofy [IPC Magazines Ltd.] (January-February 1, 1975). 3 issues.

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24356. -- B5751. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Sign of the Scorpion," Walt Disney Donald and Mickey (August 4, 1973); (August 11, 1973); (August 18, 1973).

Mickey, Goofy, and Shamrock Bones search for Minnie, who vanishes while wearing an ancient medallion.

 

C24357. -- B5752. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: The Space Bandits Boom!" Walt Disney Mickey Mouse, No. 126 (August 1970). (Gold Key, 10027 008)

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24358. -- B5753. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mouse: Trail of the Purloined Horn," Walt Disney Mickey Mouse, No. 160 (November 1975), [18-31]. (Gold Key, 90027 511)

Detective: Shamrock Bones.

 

C24359. Disney (Walt) Co. "Mickey Mystery," Disney Special [England] (date unknown).

Mickey and Goofy (dressed as Holmes) set out to determine which of two identical nephews is the rightful heir to their uncle's fortune.

 

C24360. Disney (Walt) Co. "Musse och Långben: Mästerdetektiven Musse," Walt Disney's Serier [Finland], Nr. 9 (September 1976), 3-17.

Fortified with a deerstalker and magnifying glass, Goofy and Mickey set out to solve the mystery of the missing jewels.

 

C24361. Disney (Walt) Co. "Surprise Package!" Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse [IPC Magazines, London], No. 7 (December 6, 1957), 17-20.

The Big Bad Wolf is pig-hunting again in this story. One of the pigs wears a deerstalker.

 

C24362. Disney (Walt) Co. "Topolino e il detective da corsa," Topolino [Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Milano], N. 1265 (February 24, 1980), 67-77.

Detective: Ser Lock (with Mickey Mouse).

 

C24363. Disney (Walt) Co. "Topolino e le schede personali," Almanacco Topolino [Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Milano], N. 279 (March 1980), 66-73.

Detective: Ser Lock (with Mickey Mouse).

 

C24364. -- B5754. Disney (Walt) Co. "Uncle Scrooge: Hound of the Whiskervilles," Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge [Dell Pub. Co.] (March-May 1960).

 

C24365. Disney (Walt) Co. "Uncle Scrooge: Things That Go Bump in the Night," The Best of Donald Duck. [London]: Purnell/Egmont, [19781. p. 35-40. (Album No. 2)

Detective: Sir Surelock.

 

C24366. Disney (Walt) Co. "A volta de Xerloque Metralha," O Pato Donald [Editora Abril, São Paulo], 26, No. 1270 (December 3, 1976), 11-19.

 

C24367. -- B5755. Disney (Walt) Co. Walt Disney's Comics, 5, No. 8 (May 1945).

The only Sherlockian connection with the contents are several frames where Donald's nephews are wearing deerstalkers. Also includes a cover illustration of Donald, with a deerstalker and magnifying glass, examining phony footprints that lead up a wall, while his amused nephews watch from a doorway.

 

C24368. Disney (Walt) Co. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories [K.K. Publications], 25, No. 3 (December 1964). (Gold Key, 10011-412)

Cover illustration of a two-faced deerstalkered Donald Duck peering in two directions, much to the dismay of his three nephews.

 

C24369. Disney (Walt) Co. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, 39, No. 10 (July 1979).

Cover illustration of Dewey wearing a deerstalker.

 

C24370. Disney (Walt) Co. Walt Disney's Donald Duck: 50 Years of Happy Frustration. [Tucson]: HP Books, [1984]. 96 p.

A delightful and handsomely illustrated book that includes a photograph (p. 59) of Mickey and Goofy in deerstalkers from Lonesome Ghosts (1937).

 

C24371. [Dorgan, Thomas Aloysius.] "Curlock Holmes/Bones," by Tad. The New York Evening Journal (1907).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 155-157.

Partial contents: Curlock Holmes Joins in Hunt for Bunk, Latest Details of Sausage-Teddy Bear Murder. Bunk Not Found! (January 22, 1907). -- Holmes' Goat Gone! (January 23, 1907). -- Great London Sleuth Captures Bunk in Monkey House (January 29, 1907). -- Bunk Arraigned and Long-Delayed Hearing in Famous Frankfurter Murder Case Opened at Last (March 8, 1907). -- Sudden Illness of Juror Interrupts Bunk Trial (March 19, 1907). -- Bunk Chloroforms Guard; Escapes from Jail and Meets Oswald Schmalz (April 1, 1907).

 

C24372. -- B5756. [Dorgan, Thomas Aloysius.] Daffydils, by Tad. New York: Cupples & Leon Co., 1911]. [48] p.

Contains a recurring motif of Dancing Men figures, featuring outlandish puns, topped off with a nonsequitur exclamation that more often than not is "Quick, Watson, the needle!"

Reprinted from The New York Evening Journal.

 

C24373. -- B5757. Drake, Arnold, and Frank Springer. "Dark Moon Rise, Heck Hound Hurt," Written by Arnold Drake. Pencilled by Frank Springer. Hot Brand Echh [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 11 (December 1968).

A parody of "Dark Moon Rise, Hell Hound Kill!" by Jim Steranko (DB5875).

 

C24374. Duchâteau, André-Paul, and Guy Clair. Sherlock Holmes: La sangsue rouge. D'après Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Scénario: André-Paul Duchâteau. Dessin: Guy Clair. Coloriage: Luce Daniels. Photogravure: Wespin. Bruxelles: Claude Lefrancq Editeur, 1990. 48 p. (Collection Detectives, 4)

 

C24375. Duchâteau, André-Paul, and Guy Clair. Sherlock Holmes: The Red Death, [by] A. Conan Doyle. Adaptation: A.-P. Duchâteau. Illustrations: G. Clair. [Partridge Green, Worsham, West Sussex]: Ravette Books, [1992]. 46 p.

Translation of above.

 

C24376. Dumas, Jerry. "Sam and Silo," The Washington Times (May 17, 1982).

Sam adds a foot-long mustache to his Holmes disguise so that he won't stand out in a crowd.

 

C24377. Dumas, Jerry, and Mort Walker. "Sam and Silo," Tonawanda News [North Tonawanda, N.Y.] (September 24, 1977).

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 39 (May 11, 1978), insert page.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 4, No. 2 (June 1981), 341.

Sam and Silo sharpen up their image by dressing like Holmes and Watson.

 

C24378. -- B5759. Dunn, Bob, and Al Scaduto. "They'll Do It Every Time," The Denver Post (January 12, 1976), 9.

Gramps claims to have been pals with all the old celebrities, including Babe Ruth and Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24379. -- B5760. Engholm, Kaj. "Baker Street Mysteriet," af Dr. Watsons optengnelser. Årbog 1966. Udgivet af Poe-Klubben. København: Spketrum, 1966. p. 50-53.

Holmes and Watson are lured out of their flat by a letter from Miss Beryl Blessington. While investigating the case, they encounter a bust of Napoleon, the Grimpen Mire, Miss Violet Smith on one of her solitary cyclings, the dancing men cipher, Silver Blaze, the Creeping Man, and Blessington Hall. By the time they return, 221b has been robbed!

 

C24380. English, David. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," [condensed and illustrated by David English]. SHG, No. 1 (May 4, 1991), 12-13; No. 2 (August-October 1991), 16-17; No. 3 (November 1991-February 1992), 18-19.

 

C24381. -- A6211. Ernsting, Volker. Sherlock Holmes und das Geheimnis der blauen Erbse [Sherlock Holmes and the Secret of the Blue Carbuncle], [Frankfurt]: Verlag Bärmeier und Nikel, [1971]. 53 p. (B & N Comic)

A series of thirty-five comic strips that first appeared in the German TV magazine Hör Zu.

 

C24382. -- B5761. Everbest, Reg. "Hanna-Barbera's Clue Club: The Root of All Evil!" Story: Reg Everbest. Art: Boyette & Himes. Color: Carl Gafford. TV Stars [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 4 (February 1979), 1-11.

In this adventure, D. D. and Wimper -- both in deerstalkers -- help solve a mystery involving the theft of the statue of General Mandrake Root, the city's founder.

See also DB5261, DB5282.

 

C24383. -- B5762. "Extraordinary, Watson!!" Guerilla [Toronto], 2, No. 8 (August 4, 1971).

The clues of a murder point to Watson.

 

C24384. "Fatty Fudge as Sherbet Foams in The Hound of the Picnic Basket," The Beano (October 28, 1989).

----------, BSN, 7, No. 1 (Hilary Term 1990), 15.

Foams, to the amazement of Dr. Bon-Bon, solves the mystery of the raid on the picnic basket by "a giant slavering hound," who turns out to be Foams in disguise!

 

C24385. -- B5763. Feiffer, Jules. "Jules Feiffer Looks at the World," The Village Voice (April 24, 1978).

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 41 (October 19, 1978), 4.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 2, No. 2 (May 1979), 134.

Inspector La Prade, suspended from the force for warrantless investigations, calls upon Holmes and Watson for assistance, and questions arise about Holmes's illegal methods.

 

C24386. Fell, David. "Sheerluck Holds in the Case of the Diddled Divorce," Fling, 23, No. 6 (March 1981), 23; 24, No. 1 (May 1981), 59; 24, No. 2 (July 1981), 59.

A pornographic comic strip.

 

C24387. Fell, David. "Sheerluck in the Case of the Missing Maidenhead," Fling, 24, No. 3 (September 1981), 59; 24, No. 4 (November 1981), 59; 24, No. 6 (March 1982), 59.

A pornographic ocmic strip.

 

C24388. Fell, David. "Sheerluck: The Night of the Living Zipper," Fling, 25, No. 4 (November 1982), 59-61.

Another pornographic cartoon strip featuring Sheerluck, Dr. Watson (as a woman!) and Jack the Zipper.

 

C24389. Fernandez, Raul. "Los Irregulares de Baker Street," Cairo [Norma Comics, Barcelona], Nos. 10-11; Noviembre-Diciembre 1982. 2 issues.

 

C24390. "Fifth Dimension: The Chelsea Butcher," Mighty Heroes Annual 1985. Opal Quill Ltd., 1984. p. [53-60].

 

C24391. Filchock, Fred. "Hemlock Shomes and Dr. Potsam: The Case of the Missing Molars," Mystery Men Comics, No. 3 (October 1939).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 173.

 

C24392. Fisher, Bud. "Mutt and Jeff -- Jeff's More Like Sherlock Holmes Than Holmes Is Himself," [Source unknown] (March 24, 1919).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 185.

Depicts Jeff in Sherlockian attire.

 

C24393. Fisher, Bud. "Mutt and Jeff: Mutt a la Sherlock Holmes," [Source unknown] (February 4, 1928).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 186.

In this episode Mutt appears as the detective.

 

C24394. [Fletcher, Terry.] "The Music Eater: Another Great Sheer-Luck Holmes Adventure," by Fletch. Knockout (1974?).

Also published in Superbook.

 

C24395. [Fletcher, Terry.] "Sheer-Luck Holmes, Master Detective, with his devoted friend and colleague, Dr. Wotnot, in The Case of the Trapper's Return," by Fletch. Knockout, 1, No. 5 (1972?). 3 pts.

 

C24396. Foster, Bob. "History of Moosekind, Pt. X," Crazy Super Special, 1, No. 70 (January 1981), 9-12.

One of the illustrations feature "Sherlock Moose and the Moose of the Baskervilles. "

 

C24397. -- B5764. Frank, Phil. "Farley," San Francisco Chronicle (December 13, 1977).

----------. ----------. PPofFC, No. 38 (April 4, 1978), 4.

Baba tells Farley that the only mysteries he can explain are those of Agatha Christie and Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24398. Frank, Tony, and John Severin. "Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper," Cracked, No. 247 (September 1989), 4-8.

----------. ----------, Cracked Monster Party, No. 9 (August 1990), 40-44.

 

C24399. Freij, Bo. "Schärlåck Hållms och Dåcktår Wåttsånn i Fallet med liket som någon mördat," av Bo Frei jefter Sir A. Conan Doyles böcker. Sprätt-nix, Nr. 2 (1977), 8-12.

 

C24400. -- B5765. "Fruitman in The Strange Case of Eili Ekaf," Bunny, 1, No. 20 (December 1971). (Harvey Tenn Giant, PDC 521105)

Detective: Sherman Sherlock.

 

C24401. [Furuyama, Kan. The Case-Book of Soseki. Illustrated by Riu Honma. Tokyo: Shinchosha Pub. Co., 1989.] 284 p.

A mystery set in London and Japan during the Meiji era.

 

C24402. Gale, Floyd. "The Great Diamond Mystery! A World Serial," Los Angeles Times (October 1923).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 189.

A burlesque in a baseball context featuring the Sherlock Holmes Giants and the Inspector Strongarm Yanks.

 

C24403. Garrett, Kelly, and Tom Garst. "Honey," Text: Kelly Garrett. Art: Tom Garst. Hustler, 6, No. 9 (March 1980), 109-112.

A pornographic strip featuring Bishop Richard of Watergate (Nixon), Sherlock Holmes (Johnny Carson), and Dr. Watson (Ed McMahon).

 

C24404. -- B5766. Gately, George. "Heathcliff," The Hartford Courant (October 22, 1978).

Heathcliff, in true Sherlockian tradition, is on the trail of a mouse that has stolen some cheese; he is upstaged by the armchair deduction of the master of the house.

 

C24405. Gately, George. Heathcliff Puzzle Sleuth. New York: Ace Tempo Books, [September 1982]. 126 p.

Heathcliff appears with a deerstalker and magnifying glass on the cover and title page.

 

C24406. Gately, George. Heathcliff: The Cat Detective. New York: Tom Doherty Associates, [April 1991]. 1 v. (unpaged)

"A Tor Book."

With a cover illustration of Heathcliff in Sherlockian costume.

 

C24407. Gately, George. Heathcliff Wanted. New York: Tempo Books/Grosset & Dunlap, [1979]. 1 v. (unpaged)

Features an illustration of a Scotland Yard inspector in Sherlockian guise, dated May 3, 1977.

 

C24408. Geters, Mike. "No, No. I'm just the poodle of the Baskervilles. You don't want me. You want the Hound. He's the bad one. The Hound's the one you want," Rocky Mountain News [Denver] (May 2, 1986). (Mother Goose & Grimm)

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 82 (May 1986), 4.

----------. ----------, P&D, No. 93 (June 1986), 6.

Holmes points a revolver at Grimm.

 

C24409. -- B5767. Giant-Size Master of Kung-Fu [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 3 (March 1975).

Clive Reston, whose great-uncle was Sherlock Holmes, made his first appearance in this comic book.

 

C24410. -- B5768. Gifford, Denis. "Rivals of Sheerlock Omes," Rex (1972).

With Doctor Watnot.

 

C24411. Gould, Chester. "Cigarette Sadie," (May 22; June 26; July 2, 1932).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 191.

Three "comic stamps depicting Sherlock Holmes, Dick Tracy as Holmes, and A. Conan Doyle.

 

C24412. Gould, Chester. "Fillum Fables: An Abused Confidence," Chicago American (June 17, 1925).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 190.

Detective: Ben Bananna (Super Sherlock).

 

C24413. Greene, Sam. Shamshock Phones, Detective. Rockville Centre, N.Y.: Paulette Greene, 1979. Broadside: 17 x 11 in.

First series of a comic strip consisting of four panels, printed on heavy stock, and limited to 100 numbered and signed copies.

 

C24414. Greene, Sam. Shamshock Phones, Detective. Rockville Centre, N.Y.: Paulette Greene, 1979. Broadside: 17 x 11 in.

Second series in a comic strip consisting of six panels, printed on heavy stock, and limited to 100 numbered and signed copies.

 

C24415. -- B5769. Gruskin, Ed, and George Marcoux. "Supersnipe," Supersnipe Comics [Street & Smith Publications], 2, No. 3 (June 1944); 2, No. 4 (August 1944); 2, No. 6 (December 1944); 2, No. 12 (November-December 1945); 3, No. 2 (March-April 1946).

Detective: Herlock Domes.

 

C24416. -- B5770. Handforth, Edward Oswald. "The Remarkable Adventures of Trackett Grim & Splinter: The Dud Detective and His Assistant," (Drawn by Edward Oswald Handforth, of the St. Frank's Remove). The Nelson Lee Library (3rd NS), No. 5 (March 25, 1933); No. 6 (April 1, 1933); No. 8 (April 15, 1933); No. 9 (April 22, 1933); No. 10 (April 29, 1933); No. 11 (May 6, 1933); No. 12 (May 12, 1933); No. 13 (May 20, 1933); No. 15 (June 3, 1933); No. 17 (June 17, 1933); No. 18 (June 24, 1933); No. 19 (July 1, 1933); No. 20 (July 8, 1933); No. 21 (July 15, 1933); No. 22 (July 22, 1933). 15 issues.

 

C24417. "The Hanging Man," TV Tops, No. 69 (January 29, 1983), 12-14.

Sherlock investigates the hanging and then disappearance of a straw man.

 

C24418. Hansen, Vilhelm and Carla. "Rasmus," Dagens Nyheter [Stockholm] (September 22-October 7, 1981).

 

C24419. -- B5771. Harris, Jack C. Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth! [DC Comics] Created by Jack Kirby. Jack C. Harris, writer; Dick Ayers, Alfredo Alcala, and Danny Bulanadi, artists; 6, No. 52 (August-September 1977); 6, No. 53 (October-November 1977); 6, No. 54 (December-January 1977-1978); 7, No. 55 (February-March 1978); 7, No. 56 (April-May 1978); 7, No. 57 (June-July 1978); 7, No. 58 (August-September 1978); 7, No. 59 (September-October 1978).

Contents: No. 52. Sing a Song of Survival. -- No. 53. The Catnip Connection. -- No. 54. The Eternity Trap! -- No. 55. The Vortex Beast. -- No. 56. The Sign of Three. -- No. 57. Behold: Evermore! -- No. 58. Enter: The Legionnaire. -- No. 59. The Wondrous Western Wall.

Mylock Bloodstalker, the world's most famous detective, is hired by the evil snake Sacker to hunt down and destroy Kamandi. Bloodstalker is aided by his loyal friend Doile.

 

C24420. Harris, Jack C., and Rodin Rodriguez. "Is Someone Stalking Sandra?" Story: Jack C. Harris. Artist: Rodin Rodriguez. The Unexpected [DC Comics], 26, No. 215 (October 1981), 1-8.

Features a Holmes-like detective named Herbert Harper.

 

C24421. Hart, Johnny. "B.C.," The New Mexican (June 21-26, 1982).

A series of six daily comic strips in which B.C. plays detective and is depicted in Sherlockian garb.

 

C24422. Hart, Johnny. "B.C.," The New Mexican (June 23, 1982).

B.C. asks a fellow prehistoric character who is dressed in Sherlockian attire to find his missing anteater.

 

C24423. Hart, Johnny. "B.C.," The New Mexican (June 26, 1982).

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 64 (February 12, 1983), 4.

A deerstalkered cave man tries out his new magnifying glass, but soon discovers that it hardly holds any water even though it looks like a lot of water.

 

C24424. Hart, Johnny. "B.C.," The New Mexican (May 2-5, 1984).

Another series of five daily comic strips in which B.C. appears in Sherlockian costume.

 

C24425. Hart, Johnny. "B.C.," [Source and date unknown].

----------. ----------, ND (March 1984), 5.

----------. ----------, DH, 2, Nos. 1-2 (September 28, 1984), 10.

B.C. consults Wiley's Dictionary to find a definition for "re-solve": "What Sherlock Holmes was forced to do after deducing that the butler didn't do it."

 

C24426. -- B5772. Hatlo, Jimmy. "They'll Do It Every Time," Oklahoma City Times (March 15, 1960).

On sunny days the marquee sign Fungo puts up has a short title (e.g., Gee). On rainy days the title to be put up (e.g., The Hound of the Baskervilles) is wider than the screen.

 

C24427. -- B5773. Hatlo, Jimmy. "They'll Do It Every Time," The Philadelphia Inquirer (November 4, 1962).

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, at the police station, reports the theft of his watch -- much to the amusement of some reporters.

 

C24428. -- B5774. Hatlo, Jimmy. "They'll Do It Every Time," Tulsa World (January 5, 1969).

Mom rattles her newspaper as other members of the family strain to hear the climax of a Sherlock Holmes movie on TV.

 

C24429. -- B5775. Hatlo, Jimmy. "They'll Do It Every Time," Tulsa Sunday World (October 26, 1969).

Pop leaves the room so his kids can watch a different TV program, only to return and find them watching the same one -- Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24430. Hershfield, Harry. Dauntless Durham of the U.S.A.: The Complete Strip, 1913-1914. Introduction by Bill Blackbeard. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, [1977]. xv, 108 p. illus. (The Hyperion Library of Classic American Comic Strips)

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

The strip also features Lord Havaglass (with deerstalker) and his man Watkins.

 

C24431. Hess, Sol, and Wallace A. Carlson. "The Nebbs," [Bell Syndicate] (March 31, 1929).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 191.

Rudolph Nebb appears in Sherlockian costume.

 

C24432. -- B5776. Hill, Frank. "Short Ribs," The Hartford Times (September 25, 1976), 28.

----------. ----------, DCC, 13, No. 3 (October 1977), 8.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 36 (November 30, 1977), 3.

The inspector, with deerstalker and magnifying glass, deduces that the butler did it. The victim is the butler, who has an arrow in his back.

 

C24433. Hitchcock, Laura. "The Strange Case of the Missing Mermaid Costume," by Laura Hitchcock, writer; Marie Severin, artist/colorist; Grace Kremer, letterer. Muppet Babies, 1, No. 13 (May 1987), 1-11. (Star Comics)

"Hermlock Holmes solves the strangest, most baffling case of his career!"

 

C24434. -- B5777. Holmes, Rand. "The Continuing Adventures of Harold Hedd," Written and drawn fer yew by Rand Holmes. Guerilla [Toronto], 2, No. 10 (August 18, 1971), 15; 2, No. 11 (September 1, 1971), 6.

----------. ----------, The Collected Adventures of Harold Hedd. Vancouver: Georgia Straight, 1972. p. 6-7.

Holmes is called in by Prime Minister Trudeau to locate the importers of grass and ends up being perverted by both grass and pornography himself. (A political and pornographic "comic" strip of the worst kind!)

 

C24435. -- A6186. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Illustrated by H. C. Kiefer.] Classics Illustrated, No. 33 (January 1947). [48] p.

Cover title: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24436. -- A6187. "Hugh Dunnit -- in the Case of the Missing Ink Blot!" Madhouse, 1, No. 3 (October 1957), 15-18.

 

C24437. Humphrey, Humbert. "Gordo," San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle/Chronicle Comics (October 24, 1982), 1C.

Mentions Sherlock Hums.

 

C24438. -- B5778. "If Sherlock Holmes Were to Investigate -- That Barber Shop Murder," Sick, 1, No. 2 (October 1960), 19-21.

The detective and his stooge, Watson, find the murderer by reenacting the crime -- resulting in another murder.

 

C24439. -- B5779. The Inspector [Western Pub. Co.], No. 19 (February 1978). (Gold Key)

Non-Sherlockian except for the cover illustration of the inspector and a deerstalkered dog.

 

C24440. -- B5780. "Inspector Bonehead," The Wizard [D. C. Thomson & Co.] (April 28, 1973), 9-11; (May 5, 1973), 13-14.

Inspector Bonehead and Sheerluck Jones search for Diamond Jules Sparkel, the continental jewel thief.

 

C24441. -- B5781. Jacobson, John. "Shades of Sherlock," SOS, 6, No. 2 (September 15, 1972), front cover.

A takeoff on "Peanuts" in which Snoopy writes about the time he impersonated the Baskerville hound and frightened Charlie Brown and Linus.

 

C24442. -- B5782. Jacobson, John. "The Wizard of 221b," SOS, 6, No. 2 (September 15, 1972), back cover.

Holmes's "short" case is a short client.

 

C24443. Johnson, Crockett. Barnaby. New York: Henry Holt and Co., [1943]. 361 p. illus.

Episode 13, The Hot Coffee Ring, includes some Sherlockian dialogue (p. 326-327).

 

C24444. Johnston, Lynn. "For Better or For Worse," San Francisco Chronicle (October 28, 1984).

Michael is disdainful of the Sherlock Holmes costume his mother made him for Halloween because he would prefer to wear "one of those awful plastic ones that come in a box."

 

C24445. Johnston, Lynn. "For Better or For Worse," San Francisco Chronicle (October 29, 1984).

----------. ----------, MSB, 7, No. 7 (November 1984), 4.

----------. ----------, PPofPC, No. 72 (November 15, 1984), 4.

----------. ----------, The Last Straw: A For Better or For Worse Collection, by Lynn Johnston. Foreword by Charles M. Schulz. Kansas City: Andrews, McMeel & Parker, [1985]. p. 58.

Dressed in his Sherlock outfit, Michael asks his friends if they have any tobacco for his pipe.

 

C24446. -- B5783. Kabakow, Harry. "Solomon Slie, Sleuth of Morris High," The Morris Annual. New York: Morris High School, 1914. p. 43.

Reprinted from The Kritick: An Illustrated Weekly published by Class 7-3.

 

C24447. Kahles, Charles W. "Hairbreadth Harry," [Hearst newspapers].

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 160-162.

Partial contents: Rudolph Almost Captures Belinda, But! (October 15, 1911). -- Silk Sock Sam Captures Rudolph (December 1, 1911). -- The Clangorous Trail (September 27, 1924). -- A Detective Story (March 9, 1929).

The comic strip, with Sniffen Snoop, was continued by F. O. Alexander.

 

C24448. Keane, Bil. "The Family Circus," The New Mexican/Comics (August 29, 1982).

Among the "Notable Collectibles" by Billy is a picture of three houses called "Sherlock's Holmes."

 

C24449. -- B5784. Kelly, Walt. "Every Day Has Its Dog," Pogo. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1951]. p. 107-134.

Two strangers (one is called Hawgshaw) investigate "the lost pup-dog mystery."

 

C24450. -- B5785. Kelly, Walt. "The Wild Blown Yonder," Impollutable Pogo. [New York]: Simon and Schuster, [1970]. Chap. 21, p. 111-120.

----------. ----------, ----------. New York: Pocket Books, [April 1976]. Chap. 21, p. 171-180. (80401)

Conan Doyle answers a "séance phone."

 

C24451. Kerins, Joan Frances. "The Adventure of the Witch," MBook Supplement, 2, No. 2 (May 1980), 1-20.

 

C24452. -- B5786. Kerins, Joan Frances. The 221b-In. [Darby, Pa.: Privately Produced, 1977.] [17] p.

Reproductions of comic strips, 1972-1977, by J. F. Kerins. "My humble contributions to the perpetuation of `Unmitigated Bleat.'"

 

C24453. -- B5787. "Kid Eternity," Kid Eternity [Quality Comic Group], No. 4 (Winter 1947).

Holmes appears as one of the "Great Heroes in Fiction."

 

C24454. -- B5788. "Kid Eternity," Kid Eternity, No. 10 (July 1948).

----------, Detective Comics, 38, No. 444 (December-January 1974-1975), 50-58, 61-62.

"Kid Eternidade," Batman [Editora Brasil-América (Ebal), S.A.], 3, No. 77 (March 1976), 23-33.

The detective helps Kid Eternity solve a mystery.

 

C24455. -- B5789. Kiefer, H. C. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. [Illustrated by H. C. Kiefer.] Classic Comics [Gilberton Co.], No. 33 (January 1947). 64 p.

Contents: Stud. -- Houn.

 

C24456. -- B5790. Kiefer, H. C. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Classics Illustrated [Gilberton Co.], No. 33 (January 1947). [48] p.

Contents: Houn.

Also published in a Greek edition (Classics Illustrated, No. 82).

 

C24457. "Klanky, the Huggins' Pal from Outer Space!" Sparky [D.C. Thomson], No. 467 (December 29, 1973), [5-6].

Mentions Holmes and uses "Elementary, my dear Klanky!"

 

C24458. Knerr, H. H. "Dinglehoofer and His Dog Adolph," [Hearst newspapers] (April 8, 1928).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 172.

Ferret Snoop and Blobsum solve the mystery of the swiped wienies!

 

C24459. -- B5791. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Another Mad Peek Through the Microscope," Drawn by Paul Coker, Jr., and Phil Hahn. Mad, No. 104 (July 1966), 8-9.

"It's a clear case of Germicide!"

 

C24460. -- B5792. Kurtzman, Harvey. "F'rinstance, there was Sherlock Holmes who relied on cold logic and British common sense...," Mad, No. 156 (January 1973), 40.

----------. ----------, SM, 11 No. 3 (1973), 8.

The butler did it -- with an ordinary tea bag.

 

C24461. Kurtzman, Harvey. "F'rinstance, there was Sherlock Holmes who relied on cold logic and British common sense...," Mad Super Special, No. 42 (Spring 1983), 90.

First published in Mad, January 1973.

 

C24462. -- B5793. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Gopo Gossum," by Walt Wood. Mad Strikes Back! Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Jack Davis, Bill Elder [and] Wallace Wood. With a straight talk from Bob & Ray. New York: Ballantine Books, [June 1955]. p. 48-62.

One of the animals who "act like men" wears a deerstalker.

 

C24463. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Gopo Gossum!" Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Walt Wood. The Best of Pogo: Collected from The Okefenokee Star. Edited by Mrs. Walt Kelly and Bill Crouch, Jr. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1982]. p. 124-128.

"A Fireside Book."

First published in Mad Strikes Back! June 1955.

 

C24464. -- B5794. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Routine #4 ... Detectives!" Mad (November 1954).

Detective: Shermlock Shomes.

 

C24465. -- B5795. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Shermlock Shomes!" Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Bill Elder. Mad, 1, No. 7 (October-November 1953), 1-8.

With a cover illustration of Shermlock Shomes and Dr. Whatsit by Harvey Kurtzman.

----------. ----------, William M. Gaines' Inside Mad. With a special backword by Stan Freberg. New York: Ballantine Books, [November 1955]. p. 158-181. (No. 124)

----------. ----------, The Nostalgic Mad, No. 4 (1975), 1-8. Published in Mad Super Special, No. 18 (1975).

Cover illustration for Mad Super Special includes Shomes and Whatsit.

 

C24466. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Shermlock Shomes!" Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Bill Elder. WF, 3, No. 3 (Summer 1985), 15-22.

Reprinted from Mad, October-November 1953.

 

C24467. -- B5796. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Shermlock Shomes in The Hound of the Basketballs!" Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Bill Elder. Mad, 1, No. 16 (October 1954), 1-8.

----------. ----------, William M. Gaines' The Brothers Mad. New York: Ballantine Books, [October 1958]. p. 52-75. (No. 494K)

----------. ----------, ----------. Rev. ed. New York: Ballantine Books, December 1963. p. 52-75. (No. U2105)

----------. ----------, The Nostalgic Mad, No. 7 (Fall 1979), 1-8. Published in Mad Super Special, No. 28 (Fall 1979).

Cover illustration and title page for Mad Super Special includes Shomes and Whatsit.

 

C24468. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Shermlock Shomes in The Hound of the Basketballs!" Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Bill Elder. WF, 1, No. 2 (Spring 1983), 10-15.

First published in Mad, October 1954.

C24469. -- B5797. Kurtzman, Harvey. "Superduperman!" "Dragged Net!" The Mad Reader. [Written by Harvey Kurtzman. Drawn by Jack Davis, Bill Elder and Wallace Wood.] With a vital message from Roger Price. New York: Ballantine Books, [1954]. p. 10, 14, 97.

Detectives: Super Snooper and Shermlock Shomes.

 

C24470. Larson, Gary. "The Far Side," The Coloradoan [Fort Collins] (December 5, 1986), B6.

----------. ----------, MSB, 9, No. 8 (December 1986), 5.

Buddy, in his bird cage, dreams of being the "Parakeet of the Baskervilles."

 

C24471. -- B5798. Lazarus, Mell. "Miss Peach of the Kelly School," The Hartford Courant (January 25, 1976).

Deerstalkered Arthur, conductor of "discreet" investigations, solves the case of the stolen ballpoint pen. "Nobody did it!"

 

C24472. -- B5799. Lazarus, Mell. "Miss Peach of the Kelly School," The Hartford Courant (February 1, 1976).

Detective Arthur is hired to follow Marcia but stops when she crosses the street. His client reprimands him by saying, "Nero Wolfe, Sherlock Holmes, and Charlie Chan followed people across the street!"

 

C24473. -- B5800. Lee, Stan. "Marvel Comics and The Electric Company Present Spidey Super Stories: Sherlock Spidey," The Electric Company, No. 39 (October 1977), 21-25.

 

C24474. Leigh. "But Holmes, how can you be so certain he was poisoned?" "Quite simple, Watson, the proof is in the pudding," The Toronto Sun (July 13, 1989), 159. (Rubes)

Holmes and Watson examine a man who is slumped over a table with a glass of pudding in front of him.

 

C24475. -- B5801. Lemont, George. "Dr. Smock," The Washington Post (August 11, 1975), B7.

"Dr. Smock, call surgery! Dr. Seuss, call your publisher! Dr. Watson, call Sherlock! Ha-ha-ha-ha!"

 

C24476. -- B5802. Lemont, George. "Dr. Smock," The Oregonian (June 20, 1976).

A series of words (callous, sole, stamp, corny, play footsie, heels) uttered by Watson enables Holmes to deduce that Watson (the detective's arch supporter) is a chiropodist!

 

C24477. Lemont, George. "Dr. Smock," [United Features Syndicate] (August 22, 1981).

----------. ----------, SM, 9, No. 4 (December 1981), 46.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 6, No. 2 (June 1983), 572.

The doctors and nurses at a hospital reception desk laugh uproariously after Holmes exclaims, "Why would my asking for Doctor Watson make everyone fall apart, kiddos?"

 

C24478. Levitz, Paul. "Watson, Watson Everywhere ... And Not a Holmes in Sight!" Writer, Paul Levitz. Artists, Bob Oksner and Vince Colletta. The Superman Family [DC Comics], 28, No. 213 (December 1981), 31-40.

Lois Lane investigates a theft during the Sherlock Awards ceremony for outstanding police work.

 

C24479. Lewis, Budd, and Lee Elias. "Rook: Master of the World," Author: Budd Lewis. Illustrator: Lee Elias. The Rook, No. 4 (August 1980), 4-22; No. 5 (October 1980), 4-23; No. 6 (December 1980), 4-25.

Among the characters in this science fiction story is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In one panel Doyle assures Jules Verne that "Holmes is as real as you or I!" Sherlock Holmes appears in a sailor's uniform and also in the December 1980 cover illustration by Bob Larkin.

 

C24480. -- B5803. "Little Lulu: Inspector Snobbly of Scotland Yard," Litte Lulu [Western Pub. Co.], No. 233 (July 1976), [14-24]. (Gold Key,90028-607)

Cover illustration of "Spider" Tubby with a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

"Spider" Tubby and "Inspector" Snobbly, both disguised as Sherlocks, track down a missing comic book valued at $4,000.

 

C24481. "Little Lulu: The Anemic Bloodhound," Little Lulu [Western Pub. Co.], No. 249 (November 1978), 1-8. (Gold Key, 90028-811)

Cover illustration of "Spider" Tubby and Lulu's dog Floddle in Sherlockian costume.

 

C24482. "Little Lulu: The Split-so-phrenic," Little Lulu, No. 257 (January 1980), 22-25. (Gold Key, 90028-001)

In this case, "Spider" Tubby wears a deerstalker and inverness, and blows bubbles from his calabash pipe! He also appears on the cover wearing a deerstalker.

 

C24483. -- B5804. London, Bobby. "Sir Basil Bloodhound and the Seven Percent Illusion," Head [Freytner Press, N.Y.], 1, No. 7 (October 1976), 52-53; 1, No. 8 (November-December 1976), 66-67; 2, No. 1 (January-February 1977), 72; 2, No. 2 (March-April 1977), 67.

 

C24484. "Lord Snooty," The Beano [D.C. Thomson, London], No. 1745 (December 27, 1975), 6.

Lord Snooty asks Angus, a deerstalkered moose, to catch a mouse.

 

C24485. Macchio, Ralph. "Kiss," by Ralph Macchio and Alan Weiss, co-scenarists; Ralph Macchio, writer; John Romita, Jr., Tony De Zmniga, artists; Glynis Wein, colorist; Richard Marschall, editor. A Marvel Super Special, 1, No. 5 (1978), 3-52.

Detective: Saurian Holmes (with Professor Maharishi).

 

C24486. -- B5806. MacGill, H. K. "Padlock Bones, the Dead Sure Detective," [Hearst newspapers] (1904).

----------. ----------, Sherlocko the Monk: A Complete Compilation, 1910-1912, [by] Gus Mager. Introduction by Bill Blackbeard. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, [1977]. p. vi.

The only comic strip before Sherlocko based on a Sherlockian theme.

 

C24487. MacGill, H. K. "Padlock Bones, the Dead Sure Detective," [Hearst newspapers] (1904).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 154.

Three in a series of seven episodes.

 

C24488. Maddocks, Peter. "The Cop Shop," Daily Record [Glasgow] (January 13, 1982).

In answer to a woman's query, a cop explains that "there's no such person" as Sherlock Holmes and then identifies himself as James Bond.

 

C24489. -- B5809. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective," The Columbus Sunday Dispatch/Comic Weekly (March 1913-August 8, 1915).

Contents: Orchestra, D-5 and D-7. -- The Man Behind the Newspaper. -- A Little Deal in Gold Bricks. -- Hawkshaw the Monk: The Affair of the Organ Grinder. -- Hawkshaw the Detective in England with the Bulbul Ruby. -- The Scare That Didn't Work. -- Hawkshaw the Detective and the Swami Kohlrabi. -- Half a Million in Gold. -- The Affair of the Mona Lisa. -- Hawkshaw the Detective Follows the Wrong Scent. -- A Rude Awakening for the Colonel. -- Hawkshaw the Detective Gives the Gang a Warm Reception. -- A Signal and a Reply. -- A Mystery of the High Wire. -- The Colonel Is Held by Enemy. -- The Meeting at the Hollow Oak. -- The Colonel Thought It was a Shark. -- The Colonel Bungles Again. -- The Diverting Episode of the Horse That Would Not Be Doped. -- The Peculiar Coincidence of the Dead Zebra and the Stolen Mule. -- The Affair of the Scrambled Eggs.

The listing for this comic strip is incomplete and may not always be in chronological order. Notice that the fourth comic strip is entitled "Hawshaw the Monk." Mager's earlier strip was called "Sherlocks the Monk."

The strip was continued by Rudolph Dirks.

 

C24490. -- A6181. Mager, Gus. Hawkshaw the Detective. Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Pub. Co., 1917 [Press Pub. Co., New York World, c.1916]. [24] p.

Contents: He Takes Pity on a Poor Old Invalid and Drives Him to His Destination. -- The Strange Case of the Lost Letter and the Postponed Journey to Rio de Janeiro. -- He Has to Have a Vacation Once in a While, So Why Not Now? -- The Amusing Episode of the Unexpected Letter and the Altered Diagram. -- When You Are in Prison There's Nothing Like Having Good Friends on the Outside. -- The Strange Case of the Forged Letter of Recommendation and the Musical Convict. -- The Thrilling Narrative of the Escaping Prisoners and the Missing Row Boat.

 

C24491. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective," by Watso. [United Features Syndicate] (1931-1932).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 168.

Partial contents: The Amazing Incident of the Heedless Marksman (December 27, 1931). -- The Peculiar Episode of the Fleeing Burglar (February 21, 1932). -- The Astounding Adventure of the Errant Husband (April 17, 1932).

The comic strip was continued by Bernard Dibble.

 

C24492. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective in England with the Bulbul Ruby," The Sunday Tribune/ Funny Side (January 11, 1914).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 167.

 

C24493. -- B5810. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective -- The Colonel Is a Little Too Hasty" and "Sherlocks the Monk: The Adventure of the Vanishing Star," The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics. Edited by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams. Foreword by John Canaday. [Washington, D.C.]: Smithsonian Institution Press and [New York]: Harry N. Abrams, [1977]. p. 50, 56.

Section 2 of this marvelous book is entitled "Mr. Caudle, Sherlock Holmes, and the Artless Dodger."

 

C24494. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective: The Droll Development of the Self Inflicted Bump," by Watson. The Detroit News (February 19, 1933).

----------. ----------, Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, 45, No. 11 (November 1981), 44.

 

C24495. -- B5811. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective: The Droll Story of the Influenza Patient and the Mustard Foot Bath," [Source unknown] (June 15, 1919).

----------. ----------, Good Old Days, 11 (September 1975), 23.

----------. ----------, The History of Sherlock Holmes in Stage, Films, T.V. & Radio Since 1899 (1975), 64. (E-GO Collectors Series, No. 1)

 

C24496. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective: The Droll Story of the Influenza Patient and the Mustard Foot Bath," BC, 5, No. 10 (January 1989).

First published on June 15, 1919.

 

C24497. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective -- The Great Bulbul Ruby," New York World (December 7, 1913; January 17, 1914; February 1, 1914; March 22, 1914; April 26, 1914).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 164.

 

C24498. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective -- The Great Crow's Nest Mystery," (September 20, 1914).

----------. ----------, Good Old Days Magazine (November 1979).

----------. ----------, CPBook, 4, No. 3 (September 1981), 365.

 

C24499. Mager, Gus. "Hawkshaw the Detective -- The Invincible Sweeney," The Sunday Tribune/Funny Side (August 24, 1913).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 166.

 

C24500. -- B5812. Mager, Gus. "Hawshaw the Detective: The Strange Case of the Stalled Car and the Unobservant Watchman," [Source unknown, 1919].

----------. ----------, Good Old Days, 12, No. 8 (February 1976), 51.

 

C24501. -- B5814. Mager, Gus. "Sherlocko the Monk," [National News Association, c. 1912-1913].

Contents: The Adventure of the Mysterious Stranger. -- The Adventure of the Leaking Waterpipe. -- Watso Goes It Alone. -- The Adventure of the Uncut Diamonds. -- The Adventure of the Missing Pumpkins. -- The Adventure of the Delayed Foot Ball Game. -- The Adventure of the Borrowed Weights. -- The Adventure of the Passing Spotlights. -- The Adventure of the Row of Heads. -- The Adventure of the Disappearing Car. -- Kiddo the Monk -- He Does a Little Exploration. -- Typewrito the Monk. -- Sherlocko -- One on Watso Again. -- The Adventure of the Bamboozled Detective. -- The Episode of the Fiancée's Chafing Dish. -- His Understudy Gets a Tip. -- The Adventure of the Vanishing Doormat. -- Dr. Watso Butts Into an Exciting Game. -- The Adventure of the Blood-Curdling Threats. -- The Adventure of the Prehistoric Bird. -- The Adventure of the Reckless Marksman. -- Groucho the Monk -- He and His Friends Make Some Resolutions.

This strip was continued under the name "Hawkshaw the Detective."

Note: Fawcett's Funny Animals comic books (DB5869) featured a series entitled "Sherlock the Monk, and Chuck."

 

C24502. -- B5813. Mager, Gus. Sherlocko the Monk: A Complete Compilation, 1910-1912. Introduction by Bill Blackbeard. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, [1977]. xiii, 272 p. (The Hyperion Library of Classic American Comic Strips, Series 1, Vol. 12)

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

"Complete first two years [December 9, 1910-February 6, 1912] of Gus Mager's classic spoof of the Sherlock Holmes stories -- starring the great Sherlocko and his sidekick, Dr. Watso." (Cover)

Part of the introduction and five strips, including Sherlocko's first newspaper appearance on December 9, 1910, in "The Adventure of Tightwaddo and the Missing Penny," are reprinted in Cartoonist Profiles, No. 38 (June 1978), 80-85.

 

C24503. Mantlo, Bill. "The Maltese Cockroach," Script: Bill Mantlo. Art: Gene Colan and Dave Simons. Howard the Duck [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 4 (March 1980), 5-29.

Detective: Sir Hemlock Shoals.

 

C24504. Mantlo, Bill. "The Man Called Nova?" Scripter: Bill Mantlo. What If? [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 36 (December 1982), II, 1-18.

Another appearance of the "Sherlock Holmes" robot.

 

C24505. Marlette, Doug. "Kudzu," The Washington Post (March 22, 1982).

"Uncle Dub is the Sherlock Holmes of auto mechanics!"

 

C24506. Marlette, Doug. "Kudzu," The Washington Post (February 6, 1990), C11.

A woman, whose husband appears in Sherlockian costume, exclaims to a marriage counsellor, "He says the mystery's gone out of our relationship!"

 

C24507. -- B5815. Marschall, Richard, Gene Colan, and Tony DeZuniga. "The Hero Killer Principle," Marvel Preview's Masters of Terror [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 16 (Fall 1978), 5-27.

Detective: Hodiah Twist (with Conrad Jeavons).

 

C24508. -- B5816. Martin. [Untitled], Aftonbladet [Stockholm] (September 20, 1962).

Kulman, happily involved in robbing an apartment, is overcome with apprehension when he discovers a deerstalker and inverness hanging from a hook on the wall. He has committed the folly of burglarizing 221b!

 

C24509. -- B5817. Martin, Thomas. "Curlilock Ohms -- Original Highly Moronic Sleuth," by Tony. Wit, No. 2, (1946), 58.

Based on a Daily Mirror comic strip entitled "Jane," and features a female "Sherlock Holmes" of Quaker Street. "Ohms" not only rhymes with "Holmes," but also stands for "On Her (His) Majesty's Service." Includes a cover illustration of Curlilock Ohms.

 

C24510. Masero, Tony. "The Adventure of the 3 Gables," [condensed and illustrated by Tony Masero]. SHG, No. 4 (Spring 1992), 19-22; No. 5 (Summer 1992), 20-21.

 

C24511. -- B5805. McCormick, George. "Our Boarding House," The Albuquerque Tribune (May 24, 1973).

Major Hoople searches for an old theatrical costume and mentions that he was once in show business. Among the items in his chest are a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

 

C24512. McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd. "Sheerluck Holmes and the Lost Teddy Bear," [by Hal Ober]. McDonaldland Fun Times, 4, No. 3 (1983), 3-5.

Holmes tracks down Mrs. Flotsam's missing Teddy -- a case of Sheer Luck!

 

C24513. -- B5807. McGregor, Don, and Rich Buckler. "The Praying Mantis Principle!" Story: Don McGregor. Art: Rich Buckler. Embellishments: Carlos Garzon [and] Klaus Janson. Vampire Tales [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 2 (October 1973), 61-71.

----------. ----------, Vampire Tales Annual, 1, No. 1 (Summer 1975), 28-39.

Conrad Jeavons outwits his deerstalkered master, Hodiah Twist, in this bloody tale of prostitute vampiresses.

 

C24514. -- B5808. McGregor, Don, and Craig Russell. "Monsters of the Mind Machine!" Don McGregor, writer. Craig Russell, artist. Amazing Adventures, starring Killraven [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 32 (September 1975). 32 p.

Another tale featuring Hodiah Twist and Conrad Jeavons.

 

C24515. -- A6189. [Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia.] New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Frank Giacoia. ] Dell Exciting Adventure, No. 1169 (March-May 1961). [32] p.

Title from cover.

Contents: The Case of the Deadly Inheritance. -- The Tunnel Scheme.

 

C24516. -- A6190. [Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia.] New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Frank Giacoia.] Dell Exciting Adventure, No. 1245 (January 1962).

Title from cover.

Contents: The Derelict Ship. -- The Safe Robber. -- The Cunning Assassin.

 

C24517. -- B5818. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Episode No. 1. Thor Place," Written by Edith Meiser. Illustrated by Frank Giacoia. The New York Herald Tribune (March 1-April 18, 1954).

 

C24518. -- B5819. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Episode No. 2. Holmes Sets Thames Afire," The New York Herald Tribune (April 19-June 13, 1954).

 

C24519. -- B5820. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Espisode No. 3. Elizabeth Bascomb," The New York Herald Tribune (June 14-July 25, 1954).

 

C24520. -- B5821. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Episode No. 4. Pendennick Castle," The New York Herald Tribune (July 26-September 19, 1954).

 

C24521. -- B5822. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Espisode No. 5. Professor Moriarty," The New York Herald Tribune (September 20-October 31, 1954).

 

C24522. -- B5823. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes: Episode No. 6. Paris," The New York Herald Tribune (November 1-? 1954).

 

C24523. -- A6197. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes," Written by Edith Meiser and illustrated by Frank Giacoia. New York Herald Tribune (March 26-May 31, 1956). 67 comic strips.

Based on Silv.

 

C24524. -- A6198. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes," Written by Edith Meiser and illustrated by Frank Giacoia. New York Herald Tribune (June 1-July 15, 1956). 41 comic strips.

Based on Bery.

 

C24525. -- A6199. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes," Written by Edith Meiser and illustrated by Frank Giacoia. New York Herald Tribune (July 16-September 12, 1956). 58 comic strips.

Based on Devi.

 

C24526. -- A6200. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Sherlock Holmes." Written by Edith Meiser and illustrated by Frank Giacoia. New York Herald Tribune (September 13-November 17, 1956). 66 comic strips.

Based on Fina.

 

C24527. -- B5824. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. "Thor Bridge," The Menomonee Falls Gazette, 2, No. 61 (February 12, 1973), center sheet.

"Samples of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's immortal detective Sherlock Holmes, adapted freely from his works by Edith Meiser and drawn with great atmosphere by Frank Giacoia."

 

C24528. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. Sherlock Holmes. Adapted, written, and illustrated by Edith Meiser and Frank Giacoia. Compiled and edited by Tom Mason. [Foreword by Tom Mason. Introduction: The Comic Strip Holmes, by Jim Korkis. Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle, by Martin Powell.] [Newbury Park, Calif.]: Malibu Graphics, [1989]. 140 p. (The Classic Comic Strips, 1)

"The world's greatest detective stars in 6 complete illustrated adventures. Collected for the first time in over 30 years!" (Cover)

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

 

C24529. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. Sherlock Holmes. Book 2. The Red-Headed League and Other Stories. Adapted, written, and illustrated by Edith Meiser and Frank Giacoia. Compiled and edited by Tom Mason. [Newbury Park, Calif.]: Malibu Graphics, [1991]. 132 p. (The Classic Comic Strips, 2)

Contents: Introduction: The Origins of Sherlock Holmes, by Jim Korkis. -- Did Doyle Really Hate Holmes? by Martin Powell. -- The Great Orlando. -- Scan. -- Maggie Harewood in Madame Tussand's Chamber of Horrors. -- RedH. -- Gree.

 

C24530. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. Sherlock Holmes. Nos. 1-23. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, June 1988-May 1990. 23 issues.

"The Classic Comic Strip collected for the first time! Complete and uncut!" (Covers)

 

C24531. Meiser, Edith, and Frank Giacoia. Sherlock Holmes Casebook. Nos. 1-2. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, March 1989. 2 issues.

Contents: No. 1. The Deadly Inheritance. -- The Tunnel Scheme. -- No. 2. The Derelict Ship. -- The Safe Robber. -- The Cunning Assassin.

First published as New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24532. -- B5825. Menees, Tim. "Wordsmith," The Washington Post (September 29, 1976), C21.

"By the way, what's your handle?" "Sherlock Holmes."

 

C24533. [Messmer, Otto.] "Felix the Cat," as by Pat Sullivan. [King Features Syndicate] (October 14, 1936).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 192.

The Great Tanglefoot in Sherlockian costume investigates the case of the missing clocks.

 

C24534. Metcalfe, T. "Sheerluck and Son," Whoopee! [IPC Magazines] (January 6-October 6, 1979). 38 issues.

Sherlockian only by title.

 

C24535. -- B5826. [Mikkelsen, H. Dahl.] "Ferd'nand," by Mik. The New York Herald Tribune (May 15, 1949).

"Sherlock, at home." (Subtitle)

After seeing a Sherlock Holmes film in which the detective dusts for fingerprints on a safe, Ferd'nand's son checks the fingerprints on his piggybank while his apprehensive father watches him.

 

C24536. -- B5827. [Mikkelsen, H. Dahl.] [United Feature Syndicate] (December 30, 1952).

Ferd'nand rushes to the aid of "Sherlock Holmes," only to be chastised by the director for interfering with his movie.

 

C24537. -- B5828. Milton, Freddy. "Hairlock Shomes," Seriemagasinet [Stockholm] (1974-1975).

Contents: Nr. 19-20, 22-24. De ödesdigra husen [The Houses of Destiny]. -- Special jubilee issue. Den tokige lorden [The Crazy Lord]. -- Nr. 25-26, 1. En väldig cirkus [Quite a Circus]. -- Nr. 2-4. Den nakna nunnan [The Naked Nun]. -- Nr. 5-6. Midnattsmannen [The Midnightman (Homage to Will Eisner)]. -- Nr. 7-9. Den lallande ledamoten [The Scandal Speech]. -- Nr. 12-14. Den fatala fisken [The Fatal Fish]. -- Nr. 15-18. Halsduken [The Orange Scarf]. Pandoras ask [Pandora's Box]. -- Den medvestlöse mödaren [Murder Must Pay]. -- Nr. 21. Mysteriet med den medvetslöse mördaren. -- Nr. 22-23. Hairlock Shomes.

Magnus Knutsson collaborated with Milton on the first two stories.

 

C24538. -- B5829. Milton, Freddy. "Hairlock Shomes: `Den Tokige Lorden,'" Seriemagasinet Special, Nr. 1 (1975), 80-90.

----------. ----------. Tr. by Ted Bergman. [Lidingö, Sweden: Privately Produced, 1976.] [3] p.

 

C24539. Milton, Freddy. "Sheerluck Homes," Seriemagasinet [Bagsvaerd] (1978-1979).

Contents: Nr. 225. De skaebnesvangre huse. -- Nr. 226. De skaebnesvangre huse. -- Nr. 229. Sheerluck Homes: Cirkusmysteriet. -- Nr. 232. Den Npgne Nonne. -- Nr. 233. Den Nogne Nonne. -- Nr. 240. Tagetalen. -- Nr. 241. Tagetalen.

 

C24540. Milton, Freddy. Sheerluck Homes. Bagsvaerd, Finland: Interpresse, 1982. 114 p. (SM-Klassiker, Nr. 8)

Contents: 1. De skaebne svangre huse. -- 2. Cirkusmysteriet. -- 3. Den Nogne Nonne. -- 4. Tagetalen. -- 5. Den fatale fisk. -- 6. Halstorlaedet. -- 7. Den Bevidstlose morder. -- 8. Pandoras Aske.

 

C24541. -- B5830. Milton, Freddy. "Sherlock Holmes: Kongen af Skandinavien," Tilegnet Conan Doyle fra Watsons efterladte papirer. Sejd [Viborg], Nr. 10 (1976), 29-36.

 

C24542. -- B5831. Moench, Doug, and Val Mayerik. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Script: Doug Moench. Art: Val Mayerik [2nd issue: Val Mayerik and Tony DeZuniga]. Editorial: Archie Goodwin. Cover painting: Ken Barr. Interior cover illustration: Frank Thorne [2nd issue: Val Mayerik and Neal Adams]. Marvel Preview [Magazine Management Co.], 1, No. 5 (1976), 1-66; No. 6 (Spring 1976), 1-66.

Cover title: Marvel Preview Presents Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24543. -- B5832. Montana, Bob. "Archie," Tulsa World (June 13, 1965).

Archie rehearses for the play Sheerluck Homes, by Sir Archibald Andrews.

 

C24544. -- B5833. Montana, Bob. "Archie," The Albuquerque Journal (October 3, 1971).

The Jugarchie Detective Agency solves the case of the disappearing rock collection. Archie is depicted with a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

 

C24545. -- B5834. Montana, Bob. "Archie," The Albuquerque Journal (October 17, 1972).

One of Archie's teachers, admonished by a colleague to "be eccentric, be a character, but don't look old," is shown reading through a magnifying glass and wearing a deerstalker.

 

C24546. Montana, Bob. "Archie's Gag Bag," Laugh [Close-Up, N.Y.], No. 323 (February 1978), 8. (Archie Series)

First published on October 17, 1972 (DB5834).

 

C24547. Murray, Doug, and Topper Helmers. Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Missing Martian. Nos. 1-4. Introductions by Doug Murray. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, July-October 1990. 4 issues.

 

C24548. -- B5835. Musial, Joe. "The Katzenjammer Kids," [King Features Syndicate] (March 2, 1958).

"Der great detectiff" Rollo and Miss Twiddle, intent upon their pursuit of the kids down a well-marked trail, find, instead of the kids, two ferocious tiger cubs who set upon the hapless sleuths.

 

C24549. -- B5836. Musial, Joe. "The Katzenjammer Kids," The Centralia Sunday Sentinel (May 1, 1966).

One of the kids reads The Case of the Missing Pearl, by Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24550. -- B5837. Musial, Joe. "The Katzenjammer Kids," The Centralia Sunday Sentinel (May 28, 1967).

"Like Sherlock Holmes, I can deduce the perpetrators will commit a hoax!"

 

C24551. -- B5838. Myers, Russell. "Broom-Hilda," The Washington Post (May 14, 1971), D21.

Holmes visits his psychiatrist, Dr. Watson!

 

C24552. -- B5839. Myers, Russell. "Broom-Hilda," The Washington Post (November 28, 1971).

----------. ----------, DCC, 8, No. 3 (April 1972), 3.

Sherlock Troll shoots off two or his toes while attempting to kill the evil professor Broom-Hilda.

 

C24553. [Nagai, G_. Sh_yakko H_muzu 1 / Nagai G_ to Dainamikku Puro. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1979.] 202 p. (Kodansya Comics, 33)

Comic book parody of Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24554. New Terrytoons, Starring Heckle and Jeckle. New Terrytoons [Western Pub. Co.], No. 27 (1974). (Whitman)

Cover illustration of Heckle and Jeckle with deerstalkers and magnifying glasses going around in circles tracking each other's footprints.

 

C24555. -- A6210. O'Hegarty, Charles and Michel Choquette. "Sherlock Holmes: The Strange Case of the Queen's Pupils," With engravings by Frank Spring. National Lampoon, 1, No. 16 (July 1971), 52-58.

----------, The Best of National Lampoon, No. 1 (1972), [unpaged].

 

C24556. -- B5840. [O'Mealia], Leo. "The Final Problem," BSCS, No. 21 (1975), 1-13.

An incomplete series of strips illustrating Fina, copyrighted in 1931, and published for the first time by Bliss Austin.

 

C24557. -- B5841. [O'Mealia], Leo. "The Gloria Scott," Atlanta Constitution (July 28-August 18, 1930).

This and other Holmes comic strips by O'Mealia are discussed by Bliss Austin in his Baker Street Christmas Stocking for 1976.

 

C24558. O'Mealia, Leo. Sherlock Holmes of the '30's. Nos. 1-7. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, January-July 1990. 7 issues (186 p.)

Contents: No. 1. Glor. -- Silv. -- No. 2. Silv (concluded). -- Musg. -- No. 3. Musg. (concluded). -- Gree. -- No. 4. Gree (concluded). -- Reig. -- No. 5. Reig (concluded). -- Nava. -- No. 6. Nava (concluded). -- Stoc. -- No. 7. Stoc (concluded). -- Croo.

 

C24559. -- B5842. O'Neil, Dennis J. Sherlock Stalks the Joker! Story by Denny O'Neil. Art by Irv Novick and Tex Blaisdell. Edited by Julius Schwartz. The Joker [National Periodical Publications], 2, No. 6 (March-April 1976). 18 p.

"Who has trapped whom in this battle between the Master Sleuth and the Clown of Crime?" (Cover)

 

C24560. -- B5843. O'Neil, Dennis J., and E. R. Cruz. Sherlock Holmes. Adapted from the writings of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by Dennis J. O'Neil and E. R. Cruz. [National Periodical Publications] Vol. 1, No. 1 (September-October 1975). 18 p.

----------. ----------, Läderlappen [Sundbyberg, Sweden], Nr. 13 (1977), 32-50.

Contents: Fina. -- Empt. -- The Real Sherlock Holmes, by Allan Asherman.

 

C24561. -- B5844. Patterson, J. A. "Murder in the Blue Room: A Thrilling Complete Mystery in Pictures," Detective Picture Stories [Comics Magazine Co.], 1, No. 1 (December 1936), [8-14].

"Introducing Spurlock and Watkins, and Lady Ashley's blue mystery."

 

C24562. -- B5845. Perry, Bill. "Gasoline Alley," Sunday Herald Traveler [Boston] (November 12, 1967).

Like Holmes and Watson, Dr. Fuddle and Walt believe they can be of "some slight service" to the police in solving a case.

 

C24563. Peters, Mike. "Mother Goose & Grimm," [Source and date unknown].

----------. ----------, PUn, 10, No. 3 (June 1986), 2.

----------. ----------, AG, 2, No. 4 (July 1986), 3.

----------. ----------, MSB, 9, No. 6 (October 1986), 5.

----------. ----------, Sherlockiana, 31, Nr. 2-3 (1986), 16.

----------. ----------, WF, 4, No. 3 (Summer 1989), 14.

"No, no. I'm just the poodle of the Baskervilles. You don't want me. You want the Hound. He's the bad one. The Hound's the one you want."

 

C24564. Pimple, Dennis J., and Richard W. Florence. "Arthur `Sherlock' Jones Wrestling Detective in Death Grip," Steel Pulse [True Fiction Publications, Denver], No. 1 (Spring 1986), 27-32.

 

C24565. "The Pink Panther: Pink Private Eye," [Source and date unknown].

----------, PPofFC, No. 64 (February 12, 1983), insert page.

The deerstalkered Pink Panther opens a Pink Private Eye Agency and then, like the most famous detective of all, Shylock Poems, plays the violin in order to relax. His dog Muttson, however, hardly finds the "music" relaxing!

 

C24566. "Pita y la Tribu Valle Verde en: El Detective," El Circo [México, D.F.], 1, Núm. 21 (December 18, 1975), 24-26.

 

C24567. Powell, Martin, and Seppo Makinen. Scarlet in Gaslight. Nos. 1-4. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, November 1987-June 1988. 4 issues.

"Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula."

 

C24568. Powell, Martin, and Seppo Makinen. Scarlet in Gaslight. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, 1988. [120] p.

"Sherlock Holmes finally meets his match -- Count Dracula, Lord of the Undead!" (Cover)

 

C24569. Powell, Martin, and Seppo Makinen. Sherlock Holmes: A Case of Blind Fear. Nos. 1-4. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, January-November 1989. 4 issues.

"Sherlock Holmes versus the Invisible Man."

 

C24570. Powell, Martin, and Seppo Makinen. Sherlock Holmes: A Case of Blind Fear. Newbury Park, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, 1990. [120] p.

 

C24571. Powell, Martin, and Seppo Makinen. Sherlock Holmes: Return of the Devil. Nos. 1-2. Westlake, Calif.: Adventure Comics/Malibu Comics Entertainment, September-October 1992. 2 issues.

 

C24572. Prohias, Antonio. "The Model Detective," The Fourth Mad Declassified Papers on ... Spy vs. Spy, by Prohias. [New York: Warner Books, November 1974.] p. [1-24].

Reissued September 1986.

 

C24573. "Pup Parade," The Beano [D.C. Thomson, London], No. 1783 (September 18, 1976), 3.

Sherlock Sniffy tracks down some bones.

 

C24574. -- B5846. Quem Foi? Sherlock Holmes. [Editora Brasil-América, Rio de Janeiro] No. 9 (December 1950); No. 37 (April 1953); No. 38 (May 1953).

Contents: No. 9. A Sociedade dos 13. -- No. 37. O Homem Que Não Morreu. -- No. 38. O Crime No Castelo.

 

C24575. -- B5847. Quem Foi? Sherlock Holmes. [Editora Brasil-América] No. 1-10 (August 1974-May 1975).

Contents: No. 1. O Vampiro de Sussex. -- No. 2. A Paixão do Arqueólogo. -- No. 3. O Cão dos Baskervilles. -- No. 4. Os Assaltos Inexplicaveis. -- No. 5. A Coroa de Berilos. -- No. 6. O Sinistro Moriarty. -- No. 7. Sensação no "Moulin Rouge". -- No. 8. A "Liga dos Ruivos". -- No. 9. Os Raptores da Moça Grega. -- No. 10. A Coroa dos Stuarts.

 

C24576. -- B5848. [Radilovi_, Jules, and Zvonimir Furtinger.] "Herlock Sholmes," de Jules. UH-Revista [Rio de Janeiro] (September 6-October 31, 1974).

Translated into Portuguese from Serbo-Croatian.

 

C24577. -- B5849. [Radilovi_, Jules, and Zvonimir Furtinger.] "Herlock Sholmes: The Master of Disguise," by Jules. Cartoonist Profiles, 1, No. 20 (December 1973), 58-67.

First published in Yugoslavia and translated by Ervin Rustemagic.

 

C24578. Radilovi_, Jules. "Herlock Sholmes: O Rapto," Eureka [Rio de Janeiro], 2, No. 10 (January 1976), 13-29.

"O Detetive dos Mil Disfarces: uma história de origem Jugoslava que parodia o famoso personagem criado por Conan Doyle."

 

C24579. Rawls, Samuel C. "Pops Place," [King Features Syndicate] (September 16, 1989).

Pops points out a customer dressed as Holmes to show Harve that it is possible to tell about a man just by the way he dresses.

 

C24580. -- B5850. Rechin, Bill, and Brant Parker. "Crock," The Washington Post (March 27, 1977).

Abdul Holmes is tracking two kidnappers about whom he has learned a great many details. However, at the end of the footprint trail, he has become so carried away with the elementary nature of the case that he fails to look behind the boulder where the kidnap victim is tied up.

 

C24581. Rechin, Bill, and Brant Parker. "Crock," Albuquerque Journal (October 21, 1979).

"By Jove, Watson, I have the clue."

"I do a great Jimmy Stewart, too."

 

C24582. Rechin, Bill, and Brant Parker. "Crock," The Commercial Appeal [Memphis] [date unknown].

----------. ----------, BSR, 4, Nos. 9-10 (June-July 1981), 5.

Crock ("Sherlock") tries to track down the thief who stole the water.

 

C24583. Rechin, Bill, and Brant Parker. "Crock," [Source unknown] (August 31, 1982).

----------. ----------, CPBook, 5, No. 4 (December 1982), 501.

Hawthorne asks Crock how he calculated that they would locate water by marching fifty miles in a certain direction, to which Crock replies, "Elementary, dear Hawthorne, elementary." In the meantime, Hawthorne has unknowingly discovered water on the spot where they were standing.

 

C24584. Rennie, Gordon, and Woodrow Phoenix. Sherlock Holmes in The Curious Case of the Vanishing Villain. Resplendently written by Gordon Rennie. Delectably delineated, lavishly lettered by Woodrow Phoenix. Economically edited by Stuart Green. London: Tundra Publishing, 1993. 1 v. (unpaged)

"Being a most excellent case of deduction for Mr. Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective; as recounted by Dr. John Watson, M.D., Medical Dept." (Subtitle)

Based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Edgar Allan Poe.

 

C24585. Ribera, Jaume, and Antonio Garcia. "Elemental, querido Watson!" Guión: Jaume Ribera. Dibujos: Antonio Garcia. Hora [Editorial Bruguera, Barcelona], 1, No. 1 (February 17, 1975), 5; 1, No. 2 (March 3, 1975), 5; 1, No. 4 (March 31, 1975), 5; 1, No. 5 (April 14, 1975), 5; 1, No. 6 (April 28, 1975), 5.

Contents: No. 1. Nevaba intensamente. -- No. 2. Un caso sin importancia. -- No. 4. Tres sospechosos. -- No. 5. Suicidio? -- No. 6. La fórmula secreta.

 

C24586. "Richard the Lion, King of the Threadbare Safari Park!" The Beano [D.C. Thomson, London], No. 1746 (January 3, 1976), 17.

The park's two daring detectives, one outfitted with a deerstalker and magnifying glass, investigate the disappearance of Malcom, the monkey.

 

C24587. Richardson, Will, and Kevin Duane. "The Singular Case of the Anemic Heir!" Illustrator: Anton Caravana. The Rook, No. 10 (August 1981), 49-57.

Detective: Sherlock Holmes (with Dr. Watson).

 

C24588. -- B5851. "Richie Rich and the Wild Strawberry Mystery," Little Lotta [Harvey Pub. Co.], No. 103 (September 1972).

Detective: Sherlock, a mobile crime-detecting computer.

 

C24589. Riddell, Drummond. "The Adventure of the Fancied Transvestite," SM, 7, No. 4 (December 1979), 34-35.

A comic strip in verse.

 

C24590. -- B5852. Rozakis, Rob, and Juan Ortiz. "Bring Back My Future to Me!" Bob Rozakis (writer). Juan Ortiz (artist). Karate Kid [DC Comics], 3, No. 15 (July-August 1978). 17 p.

Features Mylock Bloodstalker and Doile.

See also DB5771.

 

C24591. -- B5853. "Rupert and the Sad Hatter," Daily Express, No. 16 (December 2, 1970); No. 17 (December 3, 1970).

Rupert is shown with a deerstalker, inverness, and magnifying glass.

 

C24592. Scancarelli, Jim. "Gasoline Alley," Albuquerque Journal (September 2, 1990).

According to his wife Phyllis, Gasoline Alley would be a "defective detective" if he became a detective like Sherlock Holmes or Dick Tracy.

 

C24593. Schaefer, H. John. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Fairland, Ind.]: The Nonpareil Press, 1982.

Ten panels of a comic strip dated November 1981, issued at Christmas 1982 by Brian R. MacDonald.

 

C24594. -- B5854. Schatell, Norman. Help Wanted. Introductory text by "Irving Kamil." Cliffside Park, N.J.: [Privately produced and distributed with] "... the compliments of the season ..." from Diana and Norman Schatell, 1978. [7] p.

Watson auditions a consulting detective to act out a script for a series of stories contracted by The Strand Magazine!

 

C24595. -- B5855. Schulz, Charles M. "New collar, Snoopy?" (Frieda) "Someone who always notices you when you're wearing something new," (Snoopy) All About Friendship: A Commentary on Friends by the Peanuts Characters. Illustrated by Charles M. Schulz. [Kansas City, Mo.]: Hallmark, [1968].

Snoopy sports a new deerstalker and smokes a calabash pipe.

 

C24596. -- B5856. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," The Stars and Stripes/Sunday Comics [European ed.] (January 28, 1962).

Snoopy, with a deerstalker and pipe, about to track down some rabbits.

 

C24597. -- B5858. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," The New York Herald Tribune (August 28, 1964), 6.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 1, No. 2 (Fall 1964), 23.

Unlike Charlie Brown and Linus, Snoopy does not care for The Hound of the Baskervilles -- a story where the dog comes out second best.

 

C24598. -- B5857. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," The New York Herald Tribune (October 24, 1964), 6.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 1, No. 2 (Fall 1964), 23.

Charlie Brown compares a children's adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes stories to diluted root beer.

 

C24599. -- B5859. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," The "Snoopy, Come Home" Movie Book. Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications, [December 1973, c. 1972]. [unpaged]

"A Fawcett Crest Book."

Linus is referred to by Charlie Brown as a "blanket-carrying" Sherlock Holmes.

First published in the New York Post, August 27, 1968.

 

C24600. -- B5860. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," Los Angeles Times (April 15, 1976), I, 4.

----------. ----------, Sherlockiana, 21, Nr. 2-3 (1976), 9.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 35 (September 24, 1977), 3.

----------. ----------, DCC, 13, No. 5 (October 1977), 8.

Upon trying on a fore-and-aft baseball cap designed by Marcie, Peppermint Patty exclaims, "Terrible, my dear Watson!!"

 

C24601. Schulz, Charles M. "Peanuts," Fort Collins Coloradoan (October 16, 1979), B6.

----------. ----------, MSB, 3, No. 4 (December 1979), 3.

----------. ----------, PUn, 4, No. 1 (January 1980), 2.

----------. ----------, BSR, 2, Nos. 7-8 (April-May 1980), 4.

----------. ----------, Sherlockiana, 25, Nr. 2-3 (1980), 19.

Charlie Brown presents Snoopy with a new book -- The Hound of the Baskervilles.

 

C24602. Schumeister, James. "Levy's Law," The Rhinelander Daily News [Wis.] (December 8-13, 1980.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 57 (October 7, 1981), insert page.

"Pit your come-solving skills against Electronic Sherlock's almost human logic."

 

C24603. "Scoop -- The Cub Reporter," by "Hop." Birmingham Age-Herald (April 26-30, 1915).

----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 184.

Contents: Oh My -- Look Who's Here. -- Nix-Watson -- Nix on the Needle! -- Sherlock Holmes Had It on Scoop in This Department. -- Neither of the Two Gentlemen Can Touch the Chief. -- Book Dope Has Its Limitations.

 

C24604. -- B5861. Segar, Elzie Crisler. "Popeye," [King Features Syndicate] (August 24-27, 29-31; September 1-3, 5-6, 8-10, 12-17, 26, 1932; February 3-4, 6, 20, 22, 1933).

Detective: Merlock Jones (1932); Hancock Homes (1933).

 

C24605. Segar, Elzie Crisler. "Thimble Theater/Popeye," [Source unknown] (1922-1933).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 187-188.

Detectives: Hotfoot the Detective; Gimblet the Detective; Merlock Jones; Hancock Homes.

Contents: More Than Two Faced (November 28, 1922). -- Take 'Em Off; We Know You (November 29, 1922). All Sap Isn't in Trees (August 5, 1927). Popeye (August 24-25, 1932). Where There's Smoke There's Fire (February 3, 1933). -- Local Talent (February 4, 1933).

 

C24606. Severin, John Powers. "Great Scenes from Great Horror Movies," Cracked Collectors' Edition: Cracked Monster House, September 1979. p. 31-32.

Dr. Frankenstein (Basil Rathbone) is pictured with his monster and Igor -- and a deerstalker! Another scene with Rathbone appears on page 11.

 

C24607. -- B5862. Severin, John Powers. "What Are the Old TV & Movie Detectives Doing Today?" Cracked, No. 121 (November 1974), 28-32. (Dell, 04075)

----------. ----------, DCC, 13, No. 3 (October 1977), 8.

One of the detectives in this episode is Holmes (Rathbone), a "part-time tax preparer ... still famous for his deductions!"

 

C24608. -- B5863. "Sheerflop Soames and Bottson, Crazy Crime Tecs.," Comicolour Album -- 1948. [London: Gerald G. Swan Ltd.] p. 46-47.

Soames and Bottson capture a stamp thief.

 

C24609. -- A6195. "Sherlock Hoax with Dr. Puton in The Final Problem," by Jon V. Wilmunen. The Gamebag, No. 4 (December 1968), 16-17.

 

C24610. -- A6201. Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 1, No. 1 (October 1955). [32] p. (Charlton Comics Group)

Contents: Sherlock Holmes in the Final Curtain. -- Sherlock Holmes in Love Thy Neighbour. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Star of the East.

 

C24611. -- B5864. Sherlock Holmes. [Charlton Comics Group] Vol. 1, No. 2 (March 1956). [32] p.

Contents: The Mystery of the Doomed Daredevil. -- Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Challenge. -- The Overseas Smuggling Racket. -- The Danger Run.

 

C24612. -- B5865. Sherlock Holmes. México, D.F.: Organización Editorial Novaro, August 30, 1972-March 12, 1974. 21 issues.

Contents: No. 1. El hombre de la funeraria. -- No. 2. La bella odette. -- No. 3. Anónimos mortales. -- No. 4. Muerte en el hipódromo. -- No. 5. Crimen con naranjas doradas. -- No. 6. El audaz robo del diamante jonker. -- No. 7. La desparaición del Dr. Watson. -- No. 8. Traición en África. -- No. 9. Asesinato en la isla de Cozumel. -- No. 10. El enmascarado escarlata. -- No. 11. Con los celos no se juega. -- No. 12. El invitado de Piedra. -- No. 13. La herencia de Richard Mills. -- No. 14. El asesino la caridad. -- No. 15. El hombre que coleccionaba chicas rubias. -- No. 16. El obsequio fatal. -- No. 17. La locura del teléfono. -- No. 18. El muerto ambicioso. -- No. 19. Asesinato en psicoanálisis. -- No. 20. A un milímetro del crimen casi perfecto. -- No. 21. La extraña petición de la Sra. Fenwick.

 

C24613. -- B5866. Sherlock Holmes. México, D.F.: Organización Editorial Novaro, [1974]. 62 p. (LIBROcomic, Tomo 1)

Contents: El Bául Sangriento. -- La Viuda Roja de París.

 

C24614. -- A6202. Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles. [London: The Amalgamated Press Ltd., 1956?] 64 p. (Super Detective Library, No. 78)

Also contains: Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Heiress.

 

C24615. -- A6203. Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Red-Headed League. [London: The Amalgamated Press Ltd., 1956] 64 p. (Super Detective Library, No. 65)

Also contains: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Greek Interpreter.

 

C24616. -- A6204. Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Thames Afire. [London: The Amalgamated Press Ltd., 1956?] 64 p. (Super Detective Library, No. 74)

Also contains: Sherlock Holmes and a Scandal in Bohemia.

 

C24617. -- A6212. "Sherlock Holmes: Walter Marino ... Death at the Opera," Spectacular Stories Magazine. No. 4 (July 1950), 22-31.

"Walter Marino led one of the strangest criminal careers ever recorded in the crime annals scrupulously kept by the master detective, Sherlock Holmes!"

 

C24618. "Sherlock Holmes: Baskervilles hund," Leslie Charteris: Helgonet [Sundyberg, Sweden], Nr. 10 (October 1981), 28-37; Nr. 11 (November 1981), 28-39.

Each issue of Helgonet (The Saint) also features an illustrated article about Doyle and Holmes.

 

C24619. -- B5867. "Sherlock Holmes Today," Sick, 1, No. 5 (April 1961), 38-39.

A modern Holmes with broads, jazz, and violence. "Sick" is right on!

 

C24620. -- B5868. "Sherlock Jnr., the Clued-Up Kid," [Source unknown, 1972].

"When Watson discovered the `hole' truth about his pocket, the pals decided `twas time to `oppit!"

 

C24621. -- B5869. "Sherlock the Monk and Chuck," Funny Animals [Fawcett Publications], 1, No. 1- (December 1942- ).

There were eighty-nine issues of Fawcett's Funny Animals and "Sherlock the Monk" probably appeared in most of them.

 

C24622. -- A6213. "Sherlock the Monk and Chuck in `Confidence No End,'" Fawcett's Funny Animals, 9, No. 53 (September 1947), 21-26.

 

C24623. -- A6214. "Sherlock the Monk and Chuck [in] `Entrance to an Exit,'" Fawcett's Funny Animals, 7, No. 41 (August 1946), 35-38.

 

C24624. -- A6215. "Sherlock the Monk and Chuck [in] `Jump to Conclusions,'" Fawcett's Funny Animals, 9, No. 49 (May 1947), 18-24.

 

C24625. -- B5870. "Shylock Bones," Wild [Interstate Pub. Corp.], 1, No. 4 (June 1954).

Shylock Bones and Dr. What'sup investigate an item missing from Lord Fossil's famous collection.

 

C24626. "Shylock Homes and The Case of the Lifted Locket," by MoeRiarty. Cracked Magazine, No. 162 (September 1979), 37-43.

----------, Super Cracked, No. 20 (Spring 1983), 43-49.

----------, CPBook, 7, Nos. 1-2 (March-June 1984), 669-672.

----------, The King-Sized Cracked Movie Marathon (Summer 1986), 23-29.

"Follow-up to the film, `The Mystery of the Musty Moose'!"

 

C24627. Skeates, Steven. "Howard the Duck!" Writer: Steve Skeates. Artists: Pat Broderick and Armando Gil. Crazy, 1, No. 72 (March 1981), 37-39.

Howie, in Sherlockian costume, uses his power of "deductive reasoning to solve a `minute mystery.'"

 

C24628. -- B5871. Skurski, Bill. "Ozone Holmes: Deducer of the Inexplicable -- Tracer of Lost Mysteries," Harpoon, 1, No. 2 (November 1974), 47-50.

Unique in being the first and only Sherlock Holmes comic strip with real-life characters. Fummetti or "photo-novellas" was invented by Skurski in the 1960's.

 

C24629. Smith, Al. "Mutt and Jeff," The Philadelphia Inquirer (June 13, 1981), 28-C.

----------. ----------, CPBook, 5, No. 2 (June 1982), 459.

Jeff, with a deerstalker and magnifying glass, plays detective while a bemused Mutt calls him a "looney."

 

C24630. -- B5872. Smith, Robert A. "Sherlock Duck: The Adventure of the Animated Government," Star Reach [Hayward, Calif.], No. 4 (1976).

"A tale calculated to cash in on fads involving British sleuths and screwball ducks!"

 

C24631. Smith, Robert Sidney. "Buck Nix Has an Experience in London with Sherlock Holmes," New York American (April 28, 1911).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 159.

A forerunner to Smith's "Sherlock Holmes Jr."

 

C24632. Smith, Robert Sidney. "The Gumps," Chicago Tribune (August 22, 1924).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 190.

Andy Gumps tries, unsuccessfully, to disguise himself as the Great Detective.

 

C24633. -- B5873. Smith Robert Sidney. "Sherlock Holmes Jr.," [Source unknown, 1911-1914].

A color-comic series that appeared in the Sunday supplements of many American newspapers between 1911 and 1914, drawn by the creator of "The Gumps."

 

C24634. Smith, Robert Sidney. "Sherlock Holmes Jr.," Chicago Tribune (1913).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 181-183.

Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes Jr. and the Bold, Bad Robbers (April 21, 1913). -- Sherlock Holmes Jr. Again Tracks the Criminal (May 4, 1913). -- Sherlock Holmes Jr. Tries a New Trick (May 25, 1913). -- Sherlock Holmes Jr. Gets Cold Feet (June 8, 1913). -- Sherlock Holmes Jr. Disguise Expert (June 29, 1913). -- Sherlock Holmes Jr. Makes a Genuine Haul (July 27, 1913).

 

C24635. Smith, Robert Sidney. Sherlock Junior. Nos. 1-3. Introductions by Jim Korkis. Newbury, Calif.: Eternity Comics/Malibu Graphics, August-October 1990. 3 issues.

 

C24636. -- B5874. Smythe, Reginald. "Andy Capp," The Washington Post (April 13, 1974).

Andy, deserted by his girlfriend, concludes that all girls are a "flippin' Sherlock Holmes," as they discover through careful attention to details that he is a married man.

 

C24637. Smythe, Reginald. "Andy Capp," Daily Mirror (date unknown).

----------. ----------, PUn, 7, No. 2 (February 1983), 2.

----------. ----------, BSC, 3, No. 3 (May-June 1983), 4.

"Mabel won at bingo las' night, eh?" / "'ow did you know?" / "Elementary, my dear Watson."

Andy observes Mabel and a man with his arm around her walking down the sidewalk.

 

C24638. Sneyd, Doug. "Scoops," Albuquerque Journal (April 16, 1979), A-5.

Holmes & Watson, Tax Consultants.

"I suppose their specialty is brilliant deductions ... / ... in the law of diminishing returns."

 

C24639. Snooper and Blabber, Detectives, by Hanna-Barbera. [K.K. Publications], No. 3 (May 1963). (Gold Key, 10021-305)

Five cases in which Snooper wears a deerstalker; also in the cover illustrations.

 

C24640. "The Spirit of Friendship," Ripley's Believe It or Not! True Ghost Stories [Western Pub. Co.], No. 89 (July 1979), 1-9. (Gold Key, 20208-907)

Doyle and Houdini attend a seance, during which Margery Crandon tries to contact her dead brother Walter.

With a cover illustration of Doyle and Houdini, and title: "Houdini vs. the Creator of Sherlock Holmes!"

 

C24641. -- A6220. "Spylot Bones," Leading Comics, No. 15 (Summer 1945), 10-16.

 

C24642. Stenstrum, Jim, and Noly Panaligan. "A Study in Scarlet," by Jim Stenstrum. Illustrated by Noly Panaligan. The Rook, No. 13 (February 1982), 23-33; No. 14 (April 1982), 17-28; Eerie, No. 138 (January 1983), 51-61.

The concluding part was adapted by Rich Margopoulos.

 

C24643. -- B5875. Steranko, James "Dark Moon Rise, Hell Hound Kill!" Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 3 (August 1968).

Based on Houn, with a detective named Mr. Mycroft.

 

C24644. Sterrett, Cliff. "Polly and Her Pals," [King Features Syndicate] (April 9, 1933).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 192.

In the first three panels of this episode, Ashur Earl Perkins appears in Sherlockian garb. Ma and Pa Perkins's trouble-making son not only smokes a calabash but also tries out Holmes's violin.

 

C24645. -- B5876. "The Stolen G-Strings," Candid Tales (June 1950).

Detective: Beerlock Foams.

 

C24646. Stringer, Lew, and Ron Tiner. "The Hog of the Baskervilles," Script: Lew Stringer; Art: Ron Tiner. Oinki (Fleetway Publications, London] Nos. 45-49 (January-February 1988). 5 issues.

Sherlock Hams and Dr. Whatswine investigate a murder at Baskerville Hall.

 

C24647. -- A6221. A Study in Scarlet. [Illustrated by Seymour Moskowitz.] Classics Illustrated, No. 110 (August 1953). [48] p.

Also contains: The Adventure of the Speckled Band.

Also published in a Greek edition (Classics Illustrated, No. 98).

 

C24648. -- B5877. [Sundell, Alfred.] Studie i rött. Illustrerade Klassiker [Williams Förlag, Bromma, Sweden], Nr. 223 (1974). 32 p.

Cover illustration of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. See also DA6221.

 

C24649. -- B5878. "Super Drooper & Drip," Blazing Comics [Rewl Publications], 1, No. 1 (June 1944), [26-29].

 

C24650. -- B5879. "Super Girl Sandra," [Source and date unknown].

The super girl from Mercury -- here to study our planet -- tries to be a Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24651. -- B5880. "Superboy: The Great Superboy Doublecross!" Adventure Comics [National Comics Publications], No. 263 (August 1959), 1-13.

Detective: Sherlock Haymes.

 

C24652. -- B5881. "Superman: The Red Kryptonite Menace," Action Comics [National Periodical Publications], No. 283 (December 1961), 1-3. (Superman National Comics)

Superman is miraculously affected by red kryptonite, and Sherlock Holmes appears as one of his wishes.

 

C24653. -- B5882. "The Testing of Robotman," Detective (October 1951).

----------, World's Finest Comics [National Periodical Publications], No. 168 (August 1967), [19-24].

The Robotman (Paul Denis), depicted with a deerstalker and magnifying glass, solves the mystery of his missing finger in order to become a member of the Cluesters, an exclusive club of top international private detectives. A portrait of Sherlock Holmes and a magnifying glass appear in the club's membership emblem.

 

C24654. Thomas, William C. "Sherlock Holmes Teaches Baritsu," PPP, 3, No. 1 (Spring 1983), 7; 3, No. 2 (October 1983), 8.

Contents: Pt. 1. Defense Against a Punch. -- Pt. 2. Defense Against a Club or Stick.

 

C24655. Timewankers [Eros Comix, Seattle], No. 3 (March 1991), cover.

"An erotic adventure series by Stephen Sullivan."

Non-Sherlockian except for the cover illustration by Bill Willingham.

 

C24656. -- B5883. [Vincent, A. D., and Robert Forrest.] "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Look and Learn [London], No. 307-318 (December 2, 1967-February 17, 1968). 12 issues.

 

C24657. -- B5884. [Vincent, A. D., and Robert Forrest.] "The Sign of Four," Look and Learn, No. 347-360 (September 7-December 7, 1968). 14 issues.

 

C24658. Voight, Charles A. "Petey: The Perils of Petey," (May 5, 1917). (The Potato Bug, No. 4)

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 185.

Four panels involve "the detective" in Sherlockian guise.

 

C24659. -- B5885. "Wacky Adventures of Cracky: The Perils of Sheerluck," Wacky Adventures of Cracky [Western Pub. Co.], No. 10 (March 1975). (Gold Key, 90281-503)

 

C24660. -- B5886. "Wacky Adventures of Cracky: The Sweet Mystery of the Candy Factory," Wacky Adventures of Cracky, No. 4 (September 1973), [9-15]. (Gold Key, 90281-309)

Cover illustration of Cracky with a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

Detective: Sheerluck (with Dr. Watsup).

 

C24661. Wallace, Jim. "Dinky Dinkerton -- Secret Agent 6-7/8," (November 6-December 3, 1939).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 193.

Dinkerton, "the enemy of crooks, crime and corruption," appears in Sherlockian attire.

 

C24662. -- B5887. "Watson, the Detective's Assistant," Funny Book [Funny Book Pub. Corp.], No. 9 (August-September 1946), 7-11.

"Detective Muggins can't find the missing prize-winning dog, so his canine assistant, Watson, gets on the trail."

 

C24663. Watterson, Bill. "Calvin and Hobbes," [Universal Press Syndicate] (February 6, 1989).

----------. ----------, PUn, 13, No. 2 (April 1989). 2.

Upon hearing her son deduce that she is going out after taking a shower and has hired Rosalyn as a baby sitter, the mother replies, "Brilliant, Holmes."

 

C24664. -- B5888. [Wejp-Olsen, Werner.] "Felix," Dagens Nyheter [Stockholm], Episode No. 13 (January 29-May 13, 1973).

A Danish comic strip featuring Holmes and Watson as "guest stars."

 

C24665. -- B5889. [Wejp-Olsen, Werner.] "Peter og Pearle," af WOW. Jyllands-Osten [Viby, Denmark] (February 12, 1967).

Peter and his dog Pearle help Holmes and Watson capture Moran in "The Empty House."

 

C24666. Wells. Charles Kolmes contre Fou Mancho. Dijon, France: La lettre de Baker Street: consacrée au Maître Detective/MAG publications, 1985. [8] p.

"Les dossiers secrets de Doc Quatson."

 

C24667. -- B5890. Wheelan, Edgar. "The Adventures of Padlock Homes," Speed Comics, 1, No. 32 (May 1944); 1, No. 33 (July 1944); 1, No. 37 (May 1945).

With Dr. Watsis.

 

C24668. Wheelan, Edgar. "The Adventures of Padlock Homes," Champ Comics, No. 22 (September 1942).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 173-174.

 

C24669. Wheelan, Edgar. "The Adventures of Padlock Homes," Speed Comics, 1, No. 29 (November 1943).

----------. ----------, Sherlock Holmes in America. 1981. p. 175-176.

See also DB5890.

 

C24670. "When He Was Young ... Sherlock Holmes," Wow! [IPC Magazines, London], No. 10 (August 7, 1982), 18-19.

Also contains a Sherlock Holmes advertisement on page 4.

 

C24671. -- B5891. Wieringen, Wim van. "Simpelman," Het Parool [Amsterdam] (October 6, 1954). While waiting for a manicurist, a man bites off all his fingernails as he reads about Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24672. -- B5892. Wilder, Gene, and Steve Miller. "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother," by Gene Wilder. Art production: Steve Miller. Esquire, 84, No. 1 (July 1975), 84-87.

A comic strip version of the film (DB4331).

 

C24673. -- B5893. Williams, J. R. "Sherlock's Home," Chicago Tribune (March 31, 1965). (Out Our Way)

A boy deduces that the dirt on his mother's kitchen floor was made by someone else -- a case of "shifting the blame."

 

C24674. -- A6218. Williams, Stephen D. Shylar Homes [in] The Adventure of the Missing Bullet, from The Adventures of Shylar Homes. [New York: Carlton Press, 1966.] 8 p.

 

C24675. -- A6205. Wilmunen, Jon V. "Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Haunted House," The Gamebag, No. 3 (1967), 1-18.

 

C24676. -- A6206. Wilmunen, Jon V. "Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Murdered Duke," The Gamebag, No. 1 (1965), 1-13.

 

C24677. -- A6207. Wilmunen, Jon V. "Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Pierce-Randall Report," The Gamebag, No. 2 (1966), 1-10.

 

C24678. -- A6208. Wilmunen, Jon V. "Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Remarkable Worm," The Gamebag, No. 4 (1968), 1-15.

 

C24679. -- A6209. Wilmunen, Jon V. "Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Whitechapel Madonna," The Gamebag, No. 5 (1969), 1-10.

 

C24680. Wilson, Tom. "Ziggy," [Universal Press Syndicate] (November 27, 1983).

Ziggy, in Sherlockian costume, solves "The Strange Case of the Missing Cookies."

 

C24681. -- B5894. "Winker Watson," The Dandy [D. C. Thomson Co., London], No. 1690 (April 13, 1974), 6-7.

"The Super Bobby raves and foams -- when Creepy pretends to be Sherlock Holmes!"

 

C24682. -- B5895. Wolfman, Marv. "At Last: The Inner Circle!" Writer/Editor: Marv Wolfman. The Man Called Nova [Marvel Comics Group], 1, No. 20 (July 1978), 1-31; "The Shocking Secret of Nova," No. 21 (September 1978), 1-29; "The Coming of the Comet," 1, No. 22 (November 1978), 1-31; "From the Dregs of Defeat!" 1, No. 23 (January 1979), 1-31.

Features a robot Sherlock Holmes.

 

C24683. -- B5896. Wolsen, W. "Momsemor," Sherlockiana, 23, Nr. 4 (1978), 17.

"Baskerville's hund!"

 

C24684. -- B5897. Yager, Rick. "The Imaginary Adventures of Little Orvy," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (March 26, 1961-?)

Contents: Scotland Yard: Chapter 1. -- The Ghostly Hound of the Daffodils.

Detective: Padlock Jones.

 

C24685. -- B5898. [Yardley, Richard] Quincy. "If you must know, Watson, I'm looking for my contact lens!" Tulsa Daily Tribune (March 1, 1965), 12. (Our Ancestors)

The detective on his knees, with a magnifying glass, searches for his contact lens.

 

C24686. -- B5899. Yeats, Jack B. "The Adventures of Chubb-Lock Homes," Comic Cuts, No. 184 (November 18, 1893); "Sherlock Holmes Again," No. 190 (December 30, 1893); "The Adventures of Chubb-Lock Homes," Nos. 191-232 (January 6-October 20, 1894).

A series of thirty-eight comic strip parodies, featuring Chubb-Lock Homes and Shirk the Dog Detective. The artist was the younger brother of the poet William Butler Yeats.

 

C24687. -- B5900. Yeats, Jack B. "The Adventures of Chubb-Lock Homes," Funny Wonder, Nos. 81-145 (August 18, 1894-November 9 1895); Nos. 206-232 (January 9-July 10: 1897).

A second series of sixty-four picture parodies.

Reviews: The Armchair Detective, 8 (May 1975), 193, 178 (W. O. G. Lofts); SHJ, 10, No. 3 (Winter 1971), 94-96 (Michael Pointer).

 

C24688. "Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny: The Long Arms of the Law," Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny [Western Pub. Co.], No. 73 (1981), 7-15.

Also features private detective Daffy Duck, who, of course, wears a deerstalker.

 

C24689. "Yosemite Sam and Daffy Duck: Daffy Quacks the Case," Yosemite Sam, No. 42 (February 1977), 26-31. (Gold Key, 90263-702)

Detective Daffy Duck is outfitted with a deerstalker and magnifying glass.

 

C24690. "Yosemite Sam and Daffy Duck: Never the Twin Shall Meet," Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny, No. 39 (September 1976), 1-6.

A deerstalkered Daffy Duck, with the aid of his magnifying glass, looks for Sam's double.

 

C24691. -- B5901. Young, Dean, and Jim Raymond. "Blondie," The Salt Lake Tribune (August 30, 1975), B3.

----------. ----------, Sherlockiana, 21, Nr. 1 (1976), 2.

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 34 (August 22, 1977), 7.

----------. ----------, DCC, 13, No. 3 (October 1977), 8.

"Blondie, look at this! Daisy is watching television. Why would a dog watch television?" (Dagwood) "Maybe they're showing `The Hound of the Baskervilles.'" (Blondie)

 

C24692. -- B5902. Young, Dean, and Jim Raymond. "Blondie," Sarasota Herald-Tribune (January 11, 1979).

----------. ----------, PPofFC, No. 43 (February 12, 1979) 2.

Mr. Dithers mentions to Dagwood that "being married to Cora is like being married to Sherlock Holmes. She knows every move I make."

 

C24693. "Young Sureschlock Homely," Mad, No. 263 (June 1986), 6-9.

A Mad movie satire, reviewed by "Roger Ebore" and "Gene Sissy."

 

C24694. Zalme, Ron. "Baker Street Comics," Kid City [Children's Television Workshop] (September 1989), 6-7.

----------. ----------, HH, 2, No. 2 (December 1990), 8-11.

 

C24695. -- B5903. Zansky. "`The Sign of the 4,'" by Arthur Conan Doyle. Illustrated by Zansky. 3 Famous Mysteries. Classic Comics [Gilberton Co.], No. 21 (July 1944), [1-29].

Also contains: The Flayed Hand. -- The Murders in the Rue Morgue.

Reissued by Classic Illustrated, April 1945.

 

E. Jokes

 

 

C24696. Gounaud, Karen Jo. "What does Sherlock Mouse do for a living? He solves mouseteries," A Very Mice Joke Book. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1981. p. 8.

----------. ----------, Farmers' Almanac, 168 (1985), 6.

 

C24697. "Out on a Limb," Boys' Life (date unknown).

To Watson's amazement, Holmes counts exactly 2,389 sheep as their train passes a herd of sheep. He did so, not by counting each sheep, but simply by counting their legs and dividing by four!

 

C24698. "Playboy's Party Jokes," Playboy, 20, No. 10 (October 1973), 122.

----------, SM, 1, No. 4 (1973), 1.

----------, Swank (June 1981), 52.

Holmes engages in "a rather shocking form of play."

 

C24699. "Playboy's Party Jokes," Playboy, 23, No. 12 (December 1976), 154.

----------, Afghanistanzas, 1, No. 1 (November 30, 1976), 7.

----------, Swank (July 1980), 67.

Holmes deduces that the man is a taxidermist and that he is "stuffing" the Young woman ("bird") with whom he is dining before "mounting" her.

 

C24700. "Playboy's Party Jokes," Playboy, 38, No. 10 (October 1991), 122.

Watson challenges Holmes to tell the profession of a "doddering old gentleman seated beside a young woman..."

 

C24701. Strete, Craig. "His First Bow," EQMM, 67, No. 5 (May 1976), 98.

"`The Science of Deduction,' in 60 words ..."

 

C24702. Underwood, Ralph, and Susan Perl. Tell Me Another Joke. Compiled by Ralph Underwood. Pictures by Susan Perl. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [1973]. 1 v. (unpaged)

In one of the "jokes" Holmes deduces that Watson is wearing red flannel underwear (p. 34).

 

C24703. The Voices of the Whispering Knights. The Totally Tasteless Jokes of Moriarty. [Westerville, Ohio: 1989.] 29 p. illus.

Jokes and cartoons by Isaac Asimov, Peter E. Blau, Guy Claton Brownlee, Charles Michael Carroll, Randy Clayton, Stefanie Kate Hawks, Roger Johnson, Kyle Richeson, John Bennett Shaw, Bill Ward, and Benton Wood.


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