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* ''Anime/CaseFileNoTwoTwoOneKabukicho'' is a modernized version set in Japan.

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* ''Anime/CaseFileNoTwoTwoOneKabukicho'' is a modernized version set in Japan.Shinjuku, Japan. This version of Holmes is a fan of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rakugo rakugo]] and explains his findings on the case in this manner.

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* ''Anime/CaseFileNoTwoTwoOneKabukicho'' is a modernized version set in Japan.


* ''Anime/CaseFilenTwoTwoOneKabukicho''

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* ''Anime/CaseFilenTwoTwoOneKabukicho''''Anime/CaseFileNoTwoTwoOneKabukicho''

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* ''Anime/CaseFilenTwoTwoOneKabukicho''


* ''Film/TheReturnOfSherlockHolmes2016''

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''Film/TheReturnOfSherlockHolmes'' (2016)

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* ''Sherlock Ninja'', published by Antarctic Press.

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* ''ComicBook/WatsonAndHolmes''


* ''Webcomic/SignsOfThree'', a webcomic adaptation updating the stories to contemporary times, adding more diversity and LGBT themes whilst simultaneously putting a modern twist on things. Currently on one finished book, ''A Study of Scarlett'' (''Literature/AStudyInScarlet''), with the second, ''Fangs of Sussex'' (''The Sussex Vampire'') about to begin.

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* ''Webcomic/SignsOfThree'', a webcomic adaptation updating the stories to contemporary times, adding more diversity and LGBT themes whilst simultaneously putting a modern twist on things. Currently on one finished book, ''A Study of Scarlett'' (''Literature/AStudyInScarlet''), with the second, ''Fangs of Sussex'' (''The Sussex Vampire'') about to begin.
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*''Webcomic/WhateverRemains'' is a webcomic adaptation set in the 1920s.


Holmes was assisted by his trusty {{sidekick}}, [[TheWatson Doctor John Watson]]. Watson also served as the {{narrator}}: the majority of Holmes's adventures were told via the FramingDevice of Watson's journals, ably [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis edited for publication by]] [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]]. Holmes had a number of well-known [[CatchPhrase catch phrases]]: "[[{{Koan}} When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however, improbable, must be the truth]]", "The game's afoot" (itself a quote from Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s ''Theatre/HenryV''), "ThePlotThickens", and, most famously, "Elementary, my dear Watson" (which Holmes [[BeamMeUpScotty never actually said]] in any of Doyle's stories).

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Holmes was assisted by his trusty {{sidekick}}, [[TheWatson Doctor John Watson]].Watson]], an ex-army surgeon with an injured limb. Watson also served as the {{narrator}}: the majority of Holmes's adventures were told via the FramingDevice of Watson's journals, ably [[LiteraryAgentHypothesis edited for publication by]] [[Creator/ArthurConanDoyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]].

Holmes had a number of well-known [[CatchPhrase catch phrases]]: "[[{{Koan}} When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however, improbable, must be the truth]]", "The game's afoot" (itself a quote from Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s ''Theatre/HenryV''), "ThePlotThickens", and, most famously, "Elementary, my dear Watson" (which Holmes [[BeamMeUpScotty never actually said]] in any of Doyle's stories).


* Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard. Initially, he was mildly antagonistic as he disapproved of Holmes's interference in police matters, but he later came to respect and rely on the detective. Holmes would usually allow -- or insist -- that Lestrade take full credit for cases that Holmes had solved.

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* Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard. Initially, he was mildly antagonistic as he disapproved of Holmes's interference in police matters, but he later came to respect and rely on the detective. Holmes would usually allow -- or insist -- that Lestrade take full credit for cases that Holmes had solved. (While Holmes worked with other Scotland Yard detectives, several of whom are even recurring characters, Lestrade is the best known.)

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* James Lovegrove's ''The Cthulhu Casebooks'' trilogy which is a crossover between Holmes and the Franchise/CthulhuMythos.

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* ''ComicBook/BakerStreet''
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* ''Webcomic/SignsOfThree'', a webcomic adaptation updating the stories to contemporary times, adding more diversity and LGBT themes whilst simultaneously putting a modern twist on things. Currently on one finished book, ''A Study of Scarlett'' (''Literature/AStudyInScarlet''), with the second, ''Fangs of Sussex'' (''The Sussex Vampire'') about to begin.


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