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Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia Vol. 1 (edição: 2020)

de Jay. Jay. (Ilustrador)

Séries: Sherlock [Manga] (1)

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Sherlock Manga - printed in English in the US for the first time! Adapting the episodes of the smash-hit TV series starring worldwide superstars Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit). Holmes and Watson tackle brain-teasing crimes in modern-day London in this stunning Manga, presented in its original right-to-left reading order, and in the full chapters as originally serialized! Meet Holmes and Watson for the first time... all over again!… (mais)
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Título:Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia Vol. 1
Autores:Jay. Jay.
Informação:Publisher Unknown, Kindle Edition
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Avaliação:****
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I enjoyed BBC's Sherlock when it aired. Like any long-running show, it had its ups and downs; its good parts and its bad ones. While the last season of the show may not have been great, its earlier brilliance was not erased. In fact, I believe the show peaked in its second season. Those three episodes were Sherlock working on all cylinders. This is what interested me in this manga adaptation of the season's first episode, A Scandal in Belgravia. Adapted and illustrated by Jay, this volume adapts the first half of the episode. As an adaptation, it's fine. The artwork is neat and much of the episode's wit is retained, but some of the show's charm and visual flair are lost in translation.

I have no interest in reviewing A Scandal in Belgravia's story - it's a faithful adaptation of an eight-year-old piece of television. Instead, I want to talk about how the manga adapts the material. Much of Steven Moffat's script is completely carried over, with the dialogue coming directly from the script - though a bit abridged, I suspect. Everything plays out exactly as you remember it; plot points and iconic changes are unchanged. As a result, the manga feels distinctly Sherlock. It's a case of "if it ain't broke don't fix it," and Jay adheres to that.

The artwork, however, is where most of the changes come into play. On the positive end of things, Jay's artwork is solid. He does a great job of capturing the look of the show, and most of its characters. His Sherlock and Watson look remarkably close to Cumberbatch and Freeman, though some other characters don't quite look like their on-screen counterparts. He finds a nice balance between maintaining the atmospheres of both the show and of a traditional manga. His characters are expressive and his environments are full of life. On the whole, his artwork is solid. It serves the story well and it's easy to follow.

Where the artwork falters a bit is in capturing the show's unique visual flair. Much of Sherlock's appeal was its distinct cinematography and visual effects and, unfortunately, most of that has been lost in this adaptation. In fairness to Jay, these elements are the hardest to capture in still images, especially when you're drawing in an art form as stylized as manga. However, I found myself missing these elements greatly as I read the volume. They played an important part in making the show feel special and without them, everything feels more pedestrian. It doesn't ruin the experience of reading the manga, but their absence is felt.

At the end of the day, Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Part 1 is a solid adaptation of the first half of the episode. The script is mostly unchanged, retaining much of the episode's dialogue, narrative, and wit. The artwork is solid, with Jay capturing the show's atmosphere and the character's likenesses well. Some of the show's charm and visual flair gets lost in translation, but it's still a fun read for those wishing to revisit the episode. I wouldn't recommend it to someone who's never seen the show, but for fans? It's fun. ( )
  thoroughlyme | Apr 23, 2021 |
Follows the outline of the Sherlock episode precisely. Loved reading it in Manga form! Can't wait for the Blind Banker! ( )
  BelindaS7 | Apr 14, 2020 |
Manga based on the TV-series created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. It's fun to see the episode in comic format, but be aware that it doesn't really add anything to the story since the scenes are near verbatim of the scenes in the TV series. Recommended for people who don't have access to a TV(?). ( )
  -Eva- | Feb 25, 2019 |
This may be the best executed graphic adaptation I have ever read. The art and script evoke the original television episode perfectly. And I'm reminded that I'm a season or two behind and need to get back to this show ASAP. ( )
  villemezbrown | Jul 28, 2018 |
This book is a written adaptation of the popular British show, Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman This book, in particular, follows the first episode, which is the first meeting of Sherlock and Watson and the case of the Pink Lady. I personally liked this book because I like the show so reading it kind of refreshed my memory, as well as, I had to picture the scene in my mind. This book is good for older students who like to read mysteries. ( )
  Cristina_Torres | Apr 23, 2018 |
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Sherlock Manga - printed in English in the US for the first time! Adapting the episodes of the smash-hit TV series starring worldwide superstars Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit). Holmes and Watson tackle brain-teasing crimes in modern-day London in this stunning Manga, presented in its original right-to-left reading order, and in the full chapters as originally serialized! Meet Holmes and Watson for the first time... all over again!

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