As part of a psychoanalytic hallucination, Sherlock is transported back into the Victorian era to solve the crimes that no one else could. During his hallucination Sherlock encounters the impossible - an undying “ghost” who returns to murder specifically targetted individuals. After various deductions, help from his engorged and be it greedy brother and several reality checks, Sherlock deduces how to solve the case and reveal the real murderer.
Officiailly licensed by the makers of Sherlock, Hartswood Films, each figure features a fully realised likeness of Benedict Cumberbatch, outfitted in a tailored Victorian three-piece suit, caped overcoat and his deerstalker hat, the figure comes with numerous accessories featured in ‘The Abominable Bride’ episode and a display base.
It is through Sherlock’s Victorian psychoanalytic hallucination that his friend Dr. John Watson is given the role of a published writer, bringing the public dramatic extensions of the pair’s adventures and cases. Inspite of all his knowledge as a doctor and his skills as a soldier, Watson is struck with fear when he comes face to face with ‘The Abominable Bride’. It is only after a few brief encounters with his wife, Mary, that he helps to bring the solution into Sherlock’s focus and the case is solved, or at least in Sherlock’s mind it is.
Officially licensed by the makers of Sherlock, Hartswood Films, each figure features a fully realised likeness of Martin Freeman, outfitted in his Victorian three-piece suit, overcoat and trusty bowler hat, the figure comes comes with numerous accessories featured in ‘The Abominable Bride’ episode and a display base.