(March 2012)

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Price:
16.99 USD; 18.99 CAD
Pages:
388
On-sale date:
2012-03-13
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC
Brand:
Seven Seas Manga
ISBN:
978-1-935934-86-8 Search at WorldCat
Barcode:
978193593486851999
Editing:
Adam Arnold
Color:
black & white
Dimensions:
7.125" x 5"
Paper Stock:
recycled newsprint
Binding:
squarebound
Publishing Format:
Limited series

Issue Notes

Young Miss Holmes was originally printed in Japan as "Christie: High Volume". This volume is labeled Casebook 1-2 because it combines the Japanese reprint tankobon volumes one and two into a single omnibus volume.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani: Nicky Lim
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani; Nicky Lim
Colors:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope

Mazarin Stone, Part 1 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Nelson; Nora the maid; Annmarie Hopkins; Mrs. Hudson; Madame Connery
Synopsis:
Lady Crystal Hope, ten year old daughter of Sherlock Holmes' younger sister, pays an unannounced visit to her favorite uncle and finds him in the middle of a case, which she immediately takes a keen interest in. Meanwhile Annmarie and Nora, finding Christie gone, head for Baker Street to retrieve her.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] August, 2006

Indexer Notes

This story contains elements adapted from "The Adventure Of The Mazarin Stone" (1921) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

Mazarin Stone, Part 2 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Nelson; Nora the maid; Annmarie Hopkins; Count Negretto Silvius
Synopsis:
Acting on a plan suggested by Christie, Holmes lays a trap to get Count Silvius to reveal where he has hidden the stolen gem.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] September, 2006

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Mazarin Stone" (1921) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 1 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Nora the maid; Annmarie Hopkins; Maria Gibson
Synopsis:
Nora brings word of the murder of a local businessman's wife. Christie's first impulse is to investigate, despite the misgivings of Annmarie.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] October, 2006

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Problem Of Thor Bridge" (1922) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 2 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Nora the maid; Grace Dunbar; Annmarie Hopkins; Arthur Gibson
Synopsis:
Christie goes to Thor Bridge to investigate the murder of Maria Gibson, which Grace Dunbar has been charged with. Finding Dr. Watson already there, she makes several observations to him that both he and the police missed. When these observations are relayed to Holmes, the detective announces that the case is solved.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] November, 2006

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Problem Of Thor Bridge" (1922) by Arthur Conan Doyle, with Christie substituted for Sherlock Holmes in one scene.

The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 3 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Maria Gibson (flashback only)
Synopsis:
Holmes outlines his solution to Watson and Christie, clearing Grace Dunbar. But Christie remains unconvinced that the master detective has arrived at the entire truth.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] December, 2006

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story were adapted from "The Problem Of Thor Bridge" (1922) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 4 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Annmarie Hopkins; Neil Gibson; Arthur Gibson; Maria Gibson (flashback only)
Synopsis:
Holmes outlines his findings to the police, in order to free Grace Dunbar from prison. But afterwards Christie makes a discovery that invalidates Holmes' scenario. She and her two maids then confront the real killer.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] January, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story were adapted from "The Problem Of Thor Bridge" (1922) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

Red-Headed League, Part 1 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Madame Connery; Benson the butler; Jabez Wilson
Synopsis:
Grace Dunbar is hired to be Christie's Governess. While walking through London, Christie happens on Jabez Wilson and, intrigued by his story, brings him to Sherlock Holmes so they can ponder the problem together.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] February, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Red-Headed League" (1891) by Arthur Conan Doyle. Grace Dunbar, created by Doyle for "The Problem Of Thor Bridge", will become a supporting character in the series.

Red-Headed League, Part 2 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Jabez Wilson
Synopsis:
Dismissed by Holmes after hearing Jabez Wilson's story, Christie decides to work on the mystery herself. Meanwhile, having deduced what is going on, Holmes and Watson lie in wait at the criminal's intended target.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] March 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Red-Headed League" (1891) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

Red-Headed League, Part 3 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Nelson; Inspector Gregson; John Clay
Synopsis:
Having reached the same conclusion Holmes did, Christie, along with Grace and Nelson, arrive at the bank and force their participation in Holmes' trap.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] April 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Red-Headed League" (1891) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 1 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Annmarie Hopkins; Madame Connery; Mina Tepes; Vera; Connie Ferguson; Jack Ferguson; Mrs. Ferguson
Synopsis:
At a society ball, Christie is confronted by another debutante seeking advice about her Aunt and her possible conversion to vampirism.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) May, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire" (1924) by Arthur Conan Doyle. The characters of Mina Tepes and Vera regularly appear in the Comic Flapper feature "Dance In The Vampire Bund".

The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 2 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 16 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Connie Ferguson; Robert Ferguson; Henry Ferguson; Sekiko
Synopsis:
At Connie's invitation, Christie and her entourage travel to the manor to investigate Robert Ferguson's problem. Unknown to them, Robert Ferguson has already called in Sherlock Holmes to consult.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] June, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire" (1924) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 3 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 14 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Connie Ferguson; Robert Ferguson
Synopsis:
When Christie and Holmes find out each other is there, they immediately begin competing to see who can solve the mystery first.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] June, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire" (1924) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 4 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Connie Ferguson; Robert Ferguson; Jack Ferguson; Sekiko; Mina Tepes
Synopsis:
Holmes makes an observation that leads him toward the truth. Meanwhile, Christie is distracted by the suspicious activities of one of the Ferguson household maids and follows her to the ruins of an old manor.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] July, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire" (1924) by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 5 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Sherlock Holmes; Dr. John Watson; Mina Tepes; Vera; Sekiko; Jack Ferguson; Robert Ferguson
Synopsis:
At the manor ruins, Christie discovers the real reason behind the problem with Mrs. Ferguson. She also discovers through Mina Tepes that vampires are real.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] August, 2007

The Adventure Of The Dancing Men, Part 1 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Nora the maid; Inspector Gregson; Hilton Cubitt; Elsie Cubitt; Mrs. Hudson
Synopsis:
Hilton Cubitt comes to Baker Street with a problem. With Holmes away on another case, Christie steps in and attempts to solve the mystery.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] September, 2007

Indexer Notes

Portions of this story are adapted from "The Adventure Of The Dancing Men" (1903) by Arthur Conan Doyle, with Christie Hope substituted for Sherlock Holmes in every scene.

The Adventure Of The Dancing Men, Part 2 (Table of Contents)

Young Miss Holmes / comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script:
Kaoru Shintani; Arthur Conan Doyle (original plot); Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Kaoru Shintani
Inks:
Kaoru Shintani
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
detective-mystery; historical
Characters:
Lady Crystal "Christie" Hope; Dr. John Watson; Grace Dunbar; Inspector Gregson; Mrs. Hudson; Abe Slaney; Constable Martin; Elsie Cubitt; Sherlock Holmes
Synopsis:
Christie cracks the code of the dancing men, but too late to save Hilton Cubitt. At that point, she puts her deductive powers to tracking down his murderer.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] October, 2007

Indexer Notes

This story is adapted from "The Adventure Of The Dancing Men" (1903) by Arthur Conan Doyle, with Christie Hope substituted for Sherlock Holmes in all scenes.

Epilogue Of The Sussex Vampire (Table of Contents)

Dance In The Vampire Bund / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Nozomu Tamaki; Kaoru Shintani; Adrienne Beck (translation); Janet Houck (English adaptation)
Pencils:
Nozomu Tamaki; Kaoru Shintani (Christie figure)
Inks:
Nozomu Tamaki; Kaoru Shintani (Christie figure)
Letters:
Roland Amago

Genre:
horror-suspense
Characters:
Mina Tepes; Vera; Christie Hart
Synopsis:
Traveling to Yokohama by ocean liner in 2006, Mina Tepes and Vera chance upon the great-granddaughter of her old acquaintance, Christie Hope.
Reprints:
  • from Comic Flapper (Media Factory, 2002 series) [nn] ?
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Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Young Miss Holmes
  2. 1. Mazarin Stone, Part 1
    Young Miss Holmes
  3. 2. Mazarin Stone, Part 2
    Young Miss Holmes
  4. 3. The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 1
    Young Miss Holmes
  5. 4. The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 2
    Young Miss Holmes
  6. 5. The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 3
    Young Miss Holmes
  7. 6. The Problem Of Thor Bridge, Part 4
    Young Miss Holmes
  8. 7. Red-Headed League, Part 1
    Young Miss Holmes
  9. 8. Red-Headed League, Part 2
    Young Miss Holmes
  10. 9. Red-Headed League, Part 3
    Young Miss Holmes
  11. 10. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 1
    Young Miss Holmes
  12. 11. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 2
    Young Miss Holmes
  13. 12. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 3
    Young Miss Holmes
  14. 13. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 4
    Young Miss Holmes
  15. 14. The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire, Part 5
    Young Miss Holmes
  16. 15. The Adventure Of The Dancing Men, Part 1
    Young Miss Holmes
  17. 16. The Adventure Of The Dancing Men, Part 2
    Young Miss Holmes
  18. 17. Epilogue Of The Sussex Vampire
    Dance In The Vampire Bund
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