Why hello there, @ObscurityofDCClub and other members of the DC Community! Welcome to Week 35 of Obscurity of DC’s Obscure Book Club! This week, we’ll be focusing on…
AGE SUGGESTION: 12+
What We’ll Be Reading:
Number of Issues: 6
Very brief description from dc.fandom.com: Sherlock Holmes is considered one of history’s greatest detectives, active in London during the late 19th Century. His crime-fighting partner is Doctor Watson and his arch-nemesis is Professor Moriarty. He was originally created by writer Arthur Conan Doyle, but he was adapted to DC Comics by Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert in Flash Comics #69.
Now that that’s over with, here are some discussion questions:
- Obviously, part of the premise of Victorian Undead is having Sherlock Holmes battle zombies. Did you enjoy seeing completely fictional beings in an otherwise normal reality? Why or why not?
- Why do you think Ian Edginton (the author) decided to make the comics take place specifically in the 1800’s?
- Do you think it was smart of Holmes and Watson to ignore the threats of the British Secret Service? Why or why not?
- Considering all of the zombies were unable to think/function like normal humans, why do you think the zombified Professor Moriarty could use his brain just like a living person could?
- How do you think Sherlock Holmes would be different without Dr. John Watson?
Do you have an interest in exploring the unknown? Do you like discussing comics?
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