A Look At The First Adventure of Sherlock Holmes: A Study In Scarlet
Almost everyone has heard of Sherlock Holmes and many have even read about some of his tales, but you may have never heard of his first adventure. Introducing “The First Adventure of Sherlock Holmes: A Study In Scarlet,” brought to you by Magnetic Press as a hardcover graphic novel and illustrated by Vincent Mallie.
The First Adventure
Based on the 1887 book, “A Study in Scarlet,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this book recounts the first meeting of the man who would go on to become Holmes’ partner, John Watson. It’s a riveting tale of mystery, adventure, and friendship that you won’t want to miss.
A New Way to Enjoy Holmes
As one of the leading publishers in graphic novels, Magnetic Press is proud to bring you the illustrated work of Vincent Mallie. This incredible piece of artwork is beautifully created to spark interest, inspiration, and beauty. For more information about this hardcover graphic novel, check out Magnetic Press today.
About The Artist: Vincent Mallie
Born in 1973, Vincent Mallie spent his childhood copying the artwork that populated his favorite comic books. After publishing his first comic book in highschool, he went on to have his work displayed in museums all over Europe and to create several pieces of work that are well received everywhere. The First Adventure of Sherlock Holmes is just the latest installment in his line of work!
While this graphic novel is offered in standard hardcover format, there are several limited edition print copies available for you to choose from. If you love the idea of this story and love the artwork, reach out to Magnetic Press today to find out more about these limited editions.
“The First Adventure of Sherlock Holmes: A Study In Scarlet” is a beautifully illustrated piece of work designed to bring a whole new light to this incredible story. At Magnetic Press, we have made it our goal to bring some of the most incredible graphic novels to readers everywhere. Shop this story and more today.