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Jamie Chase

4-7 pm, Feb 20, 2013 | free

Everyone loves a good comeback, and these days nobody’s having a greater career resurgence than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. From the BBC to CBS, the genius detective keeps popping up in new iterations for new generations of fans. Now, thanks to local artist Jamie Chase, Holmes is getting the comic book treatment. Chase teamed up with writer Martin Powell to illustrate a graphic novel adaptation of Doyle’s classic The Hound of Baskervilles, wherein Chase’s somber art maintains an abstract fluidity that’s a perfect fit for the dark and dreary universe of Holmes. Though worlds away from sunny Santa Fe, where the artist is set to sign copies of the graphic novel, England’s signature series proves yet again why Holmes remains the original badass, superhero detective. (Ryan Collett)

Where: Big Adventure Comics
Phone: 992-8783
801 Cerrillos Road, Ste. B



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