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 to see if this Sherlock Holmes guy was everything he cracked up to be.
He wasn’t in when I arrived, so I sat in Sherlock’s living space, puffed on his pipe and siphoned his secret cocaine supply for my own personal use. I also dressed up that statue of him in his housekeeper’s favourite hat and used his effigy to shamelessly advertize my own adventures as a private detective, as showcased in that spectacular mystery excitement comic seen below.
Having suitably emasculated the world’s greatest detective ever (of the non-paranormal variety), in this brazen display of poor taste, I set about hiding my calling cards and comic books all about 221b Baker Street for future visitors to find.
Did you know that in 2012, a Museum stands at 221b Baker Street in London? If you happen to be visiting, stop by the old house for a snoop around and remember that if you happen to see anything with my name on it, you can claim it as your prize!
Before I left, I signed the guestbook. Be the first, second, or third to send a photo of my sign-in to ‘investigations [ at ] sherbetlock [dot] com’ and win another special prize!
Ever wonder what happened to Cayenne’s Monkey FURIOUS GEORGE? Find out in our upcoming print-only Cayenne story.
Somebody really should save those whales.
You may enjoy the comics over at our sister site www.hadroncolliderscope.com.
Here is a little more of Josh’s art from that print-only Cayenne story. We’re still aiming to post most of our future Sherbet stories up on the web, but we’re holding a little back for print-editions.
Here’s a little photo of our favourite Sherbet cosplayer. http://www.youraveragenerd.com/
Got Milk? (Art by Josh Mathus)
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