Most Valued Bastard: Amy Reeder's Finished Sherbet... →
m-v-b: For those of you following Amy’s progress in her illustration of my comic character Sherbet Lock (if not, you can see her posts; here, here, here & here), this is the moment you’ve been waiting for! Here’s the finished piece I genuinely couldn’t be happier with the results! She…
The Dead Can Dance
The multi-talented D. Yee provided us with this unique and unsettling, yet beautiful take on the detective of Baker City. Like it? Good, now read the comic and ask yourself why bad things always happen to good people.
Rob Moran's Sherbet Illustration.
Rob Moran is the king of gritty horror comic book illustrations and we were proud to get him on board for this fantastic Sherbet pin-up. Now give the actual comic a read, disturbing themes and disgusting twists are a guarantee:
m-v-b: The crazy talented Leila del Luca provided this awesome image of Sherbet for the upcoming Sherbet TPB. If you’re not folowing Leila’s work, then you bloody should be! And if you’ve never read Sherbet, then you need to tell me what part of ‘lesbian Sherlock from the future who solves paranormal mysteries’ doesn’t sound readable to you… -MVB
Sherbet Lock: Returning soon with NEW COMICS!... →
bakerstreetbabes: sherbetlock: We’ve been on the down-low lately, but for those of you awaiting new Sherbet material, the long wait is almost over! Everybody’s favourite lesbian Sherlock Holmes pastiche from the future is soon to return to the page in two… (count-‘em) TWO magnificent new adventures, one of which will be over… I didn’t even know I had a favorite lesbian Sherlock Holmes...
Returning soon with NEW COMICS! (sneaky peek!)
We’ve been on the down-low lately, but for those of you awaiting new Sherbet material, the long wait is almost over! Everybody’s favourite lesbian Sherlock Holmes pastiche from the future is soon to return to the page in two… (count-‘em) TWO magnificent new adventures, one of which will be over 30 pages long and packed with more mystery than any Sherbet story to date! For...
Temporal adventures + Prizes to be won!
I rarely ever visit London, as it no longer exists in my time period. If I need to visit it, I obviously have to steal a parked TARDIS. My reasons for visiting was simply curiosity. I had heard that at one time a similar (but sexually inferior) detective to myself had once walked the streets of London. Sherlock Holmes, they called him. And he lived at 221B Baker Street. I, Sherbet Lock, visited...
On Sale Soon!
All good things...
Reprint week is at an end, but we’re working on new content as fast as we can - and we can’t wait to share it with you. And on the subject of sharing, please share our comics with your friends! Every little helps.
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We make comics because we love making comics, but the more people who read it, the easier our jobs become. If you enjoy our work, please share it with friends! -MVB
Preacher: Behind the Arse →
Sherbet writer Michael V. Bramley delves into the real life history behind Preacher’s most recognizable character.
We’re rebooting our Tumblr and reposting all Sherbet comics over the following week with some extras previously exclusive to the print version! -MVB