The Baker Street Dozen was the seventh story in Tales of the Great Detectives.

Summary Edit

A Watson is summoned to accompany a newly arrived Sherlock Holmes, specifically an anime inspired Remake created at the behest of his reborn animator Mr. Fujimoto, and named "Mr. Sherlock". The other Holmeses look down upon the awkward and cartoonish Mr. Sherlock and set him the task of finding a thirteen Watson created by accident in a batch of twelve replacement Watsons.

To the chagrin of the other Holmeses, Watson and Mr. Sherlock discover that it wasn't a thirteen Watson created, but rather a Moriarty. To their further annoyance, Watson insists that because Mr. Sherlock started the case, he be allowed to finish it. They pursue various leads in order to find the escaped super-criminal, ended up at a facility dedicated to the study of fictional criminals, a facility where amongst their inmates is one Professor James Moriarty....

Characters Edit

References Edit

to be added

Notes Edit

  • Amongst Remakes, cartoon inspired Remakes are considered to be gauche.
  • The inhabitants of the City are reluctant to Remake villains such as Moriarty, Iago and Bill Sykes.

Continuity Edit

  • Conan-Doyle's antipathy towards Holmes and the "Great Detective Agency" (as seen in Eliminating the Impossible (short story)) in him threatening to get a restraining order to keep them away from him.

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.