Retold in graphic novel form, Sherlock Holmes investigates the case of a solicitor accused of murder.
Was Okay, wasnt very mysterious and the mystery wasn't explained very well.
- Original Shakespeare dialog
- Glossary of terms
- Biography of Shakespeare and play background included
- Famous phrases provided
Another case of meh. It was okay but hard to understand. If I didn't have a small knowledge of Hamlet I would have been completely lost.
A good man takes a potion that turns him into a freak of pure evil. A reasonable scientist is transformed - through the agency of science itself - into the living embodiment of unreason. Like the vampire and the werewolf, the sundered personae of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde have worked their way into our collective unconscious, expressing both our ambivalence with science and our deepest questions about what is knowable in human nature.
First off this isn't horror. If this is what horror is I have been avoiding horror movies for no reason. Overall I wasn't a huge fan of any of these. I have had them a while and just wanted to burn through them and see if they were even worth keeping. Guess the answer is no, they aren't.