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Baker Street: Honour Among Punks

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Set in London, England in a world where WWII never happened. Baker Street, the center of England's punk movement in a London few would ever know. A life even less would ever see, where being different is the rule, "ratting" the gambling vice of a city's underground, and death is often around the next corner. Here is where mystery, intrigue and suspense are more than a gem ...more
Published October 1st 1993 by Caliber Press
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David Schaafsma
This is sort of a period piece, and for the majority of potential readers, may be hard to like because it is set of a niche read. First, you have to like punk and sympathize with the movement, especially the eighties London scene. Second, you have to be into Sherlock Holmes, because punk Sharon is a Sherlock kinda character, and her NON-punk assistant is the Holmes counterpart. You also have to buy (for reasons that are not completely clear to me yet) that this is an alternative history where WW ...more
When I was younger and dumber, this was a more riveting read. Now that I'm older and slightly less dumb, it's not so great.
As seems to happen with Guy Davis, there's a great idea here with excellent art, but the whole thing just kind of lies flat. And I'm not even going to go into his badly-planned accent-writing, which may be some of the worst since Dick Van Dyke offended Britons in Mary Poppins.
If there's any absolute reason to read this book, it's to see the dramatic realisation of an artist'
East Bay J
I found a stack of comics at our old practice space and what to my wondering eyes should appear but a couple Baker Street graphic novels. Baker Street was published by Caliber Press, who also published The Crow. Like Mudhoney/Tad/Soundgarden with Sub Pop, I checked out other Caliber Press books and Baker Street was one of them.

One of the better ones, too. I don’t know about all the “honour among punks” or the punk gangs themselves but these were good stories. The action centers around Sue, forei
Dammit my copy only has like 1/3 of the stories DAMMIT. Too good to leave me in the middle like that. Sherlock as a punk woman, I mean come on. It's amazing.
Logan Masterson
One of the best indie graphic novels ever written!
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Guy Davis is a comic book artist primarily known for his work on Sandman Mystery Theatre and the Hellboy spin-off B.P.R.D. He is also the creator of The Nevermen and The Marquis.

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.

See Guy Davis for the author of Children's books.
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