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Warlock Holmes
1 : A Study in Brimstone

by G.S. Denning
Jun 12, 2017
8 Hours
Ages 13+
Sherlock Holmes is an unparalleled genius. Warlock Holmes is an idiot.

A font of arcane power, certainly. But he’s brilliantly dim. Frankly, he couldn’t deduce his way out of a paper bag. The only thing he has really got going for him are the might of a thousand demons and his stalwart companion.

Thankfully, Dr. Watson is always there to aid him through the treacherous shoals of Victorian propriety… and save him from a gruesome death every now and again.

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Scott McCormick as Doctor John Waston, Eric Messner as Warlock Holmes, Patrick Bussink as Inspector Lestrade, Bradley Smith as Inspector Grogsson and Lolita Horne as Mrs. Hudson. With David Jourdan, Matthew Keenan, Yasmin Tuazon, Jonathan Feuer, David Coyne, Steven Carpenter, Chris Davenport, Dani Stoller, Richard Rohan, Matthew Schleigh, Michael Glenn, Peter Holdway, Eva Wilhelm, Michael John Casey, Laura C. Harris, Andy Clemence, Colleen Delany, Eleanor Todd, Jillian Levine-Sisson, Ken Jackson, Nanna Ingvarsson, Terence Aselford, Todd Scofield and Rose Elizabeth Supan with additional Narration by Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Viola Cesario
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music David Zitney
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


A Great Series! by Cerise (Posted on 2/8/2019)
I had listened to the unabridged audiobooks for the titles in this series and enjoyed them greatly. When I saw another version had been produced, this one as a performance of the tales, I wanted to see how they compared. Honestly, I was blown away by GA's production and simply thrilled with the listening experience. It didn't feel, in any way, like something was missing, compared to the unabridged productions by other companies, and the additional audio effects, combined with the strength of the performances, had me savoring every minute of the recordings!
Fun take on a classic character by zoe (Posted on 8/5/2018)
I wasn’t certain I’d enjoy the book but The characters are so much fun. A great listen!
If Holmes were magic and an idiot and Watson was the sleuth by Scott (Posted on 2/5/2018)
So I liked this book. Holmes is a magical man named Warlock and while this world is more magical than the traditional world of Holmes it isn't widely known to the public. This book has more than one adventure involving Holmes and Watson. This book is formatted a bit like the old books where there are a bunch of serial adventures that mostly don't have much to do with each other with some having a few connections between them. So, not high epic for the most part but enjoyable mystery adventure.
review by Bos (Posted on 12/10/2017)
what an interesting concept, however I find myself losing interest in some parts of the story.
Excellent...well worth the read...err...listen by Eric (Posted on 11/25/2017)
First off, Scott McCormick is at the top of my list of GA narrators. He makes some of the other less well thought out storylines come to life by jazzing them up with his talent.

Fortunately for this series, the story (unlike a few on the site) does not devolve into long drawn out introspective angst.

There are some tense moments and suspense. But, overall the story keeps it light and witty.

The interaction between Watson and Holmes is a lot of fun. And, I enjoyed the author's take on Watson being the more sensible thinker to Holmes' outlandish behavior.

Well done all around by the GA Troupe.

I LOVED this!! by Samantha (Posted on 11/8/2017)
I will be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect from this series of books, but I fell in love with them immediately. I found them to be well written, smart, funny and engaging. I use listen to my GraphicAudio books during my hour plus commute each way back and forth to work. I found myself looking forward to my commute just so I could get back to the story. I was tempted to just bring it in the house at night and finish the entire series in one sitting..

There have been a few GraphicAudio series that I enjoyed, but this is, by far, my favorite!! I highly recommend!
Great Beginning by Armand (Posted on 11/4/2017)
I loved this! Great way to modernize and add some dry British type humor to the genre!
I loved this! by Eric (Posted on 8/12/2017)
I will be recommending this to my friends and family. I grew up loving Sherlock Holmes. And this was a total bastardisation of my childhood hero. But I loved it!
Definitely Different by Bob (Posted on 7/11/2017)
I was a bit nervous about this title, I won't lie. I was afraid it might end up being dry & boring, but no, it was anything but! I will say, I did find the pace a bit slow, but I laughed a lot & was kept interested by where they were going with each tale told in this audiobook. That was something else, it is multiple tales inside of this one volume, so I could pause it & fuel or whatnot without feeling like I had dropped oit of the story. I am glad Graphic Audio picled this title & can't wait for the next one!
WARLOCK HOLMES 1 : A Study in Brimstone by Anthony (Posted on 7/10/2017)
Throughly enjoyed the story with character twist and touch of supernatural.
Cannot wait for the next one to come out. As always, great acting by Graphic Audio casts.
WARLOCK HOLMES 1 : A Study in Brimstone by larry (Posted on 7/9/2017)
this was an interesting take on holmes
A sublime series of capers that pay loving tribute by Amy (Posted on 6/19/2017)
Oh my god, this was a DELIGHT. I had heard about this book through the book side of the internet. I'd also heard G.S Denning's letter he wrote to the podcast Stuff You Missed in History Class, so I was already intrigued. This book did not disappoint.

As a fan of the Homes canon, I adored this twist on the stories. There are so many different retelling and iterations, it's ridiculous. But in my opinion, A Study in Brimstone is a breath of fresh air when it comes to reimagining Holmes and Watson.

Scott McCormick was a wonderful Watson, as well as Eric Messner shining as Holmes. They had fantastic chemistry together, which is imperative when it comes to Watson and Holmes. I loved their back and forths, as well as bouncing off of Grogson and Lestrode.

I cannot wait to hear the sequel, because this was a brilliant adaptation
interesting and strange by rafael (Posted on 6/18/2017)
This was an interesting and strange take on the classic tale. I was wondering how it was going to come together. Some parts did and others were lacking.
What a rush by Michael (Posted on 6/16/2017)
I had no idea of what I would be getting when I picked this up... but even though the story itself had a slow start, it took off. The story slowly pulls you in deeper and deeper. I was actually laughing out loud at points.

The GA team of players did the usual high quality interpretation, and this book took me to an alternate reality.

I would suggest anyone who has not read it, read "A study in scarlet" by Arthur Conan Doyle. It will help with a couple of "in" jokes.

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