Central London overfloweth with gorgeous, intelligent woman with a thirst for murder. The Baker Street Babes: The Web's Only All Female Sherlock Holmes Podcast. Eat your heart out Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Baker Street Babes are an all-female group of Sherlock Holmes fans who talk about everything from canon to Cumberbatch, Charles Augustus Milverton to Jude Law, and dancing men to Jeremy Brett. We love Sherlock Holmes and we love having well informed, but also quite fun discussions about it.
Did you know there is a Sherlock video game? Well, there is! And better yet, it's completely fan created. BSBs Curly, Maria, Taylor, & Ardy sat down with some of the team behind Sherlock: The Game Is On to learn how it started and to try and solve the puzzle of how such a collaborative project of this size even works.
Many thanks to Lynx, Carolyn, Yuri, Joey, & Becky for chatting with us.
You can find out more about the project at:
Their soundtrack is available on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/sherlockthegame
And here is the vide they put out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyW-JBpBic4
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sherlock-Holmes-Consulting-Detective-Board/dp/2914849893
The Testament Of Sherlock Holmes http://www.sherlockholmes-thegame.com/#p1
Creepy Watson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13YlEPwOfmk
Babes Lyndsay, Melinda, and Sarah chat with the brains behind the Moriarty series from Image Comics, Daniel Corey.
Moriarty is a supernatural/dark crime comic that flips the Sherlock Holmes universe on its head--James Moriarty, its sinister and conflicted star, is now the protagonist. Inspired in part by great Professor Moriarties including Laurence Olivier in The Seven Per Cent Solution and Daniel Davis in Star Trek: TNG, Corey set out to solve the mystery, who IS Professor Moriarty, since "He's mentioned here and there, but there's only two stories that involve Professor Moriarty and he's never actually onstage."
Who is the Professor in the absence of Holmes, and will his criminal empire ever come to fruition? Did pop culture create the evil Professor as much as Sir Arthur did? Are the Sherlock Holmes mysteries great literature or great pulp? We chat over the myth that is Moriarty, some of our favorite versions of the character, and the ever-necessary elements of adventure and derring-do.
In order to continue the series, Corey has set up a Kickstarter campaign that lasts through the end of the month--don't miss this chance to help bring a unique Sherlockian creation to the page. You can tweet Daniel Corey at @DangerKatt, and find the hardcover of his first two issues via Image Comics.
Things are heating up! It's Part 2 of our Sherlock Holmes After Dark series. Join us as we talk female sexual empowerment, AUs, and tell you where to find Sherlockian porn today. Join Babes Lyndsay, Curly, & Liz with guests reapersun, Madlori, and Sketchlock for the second half of this tintillating conversation.
Sex. Porn. Slash. The elephant in the room is no more. Babes Curly, Liz, & Lyndsay talk dirty with Les Klinger, Sketchlock, reapersun, and Madlori in this first of two episodes about doing the dirty in Sherlockiana. This is the first of a two parter episode. In the first part we cover Victorian Pornography, how Les started collecting Sherlockian porn, his recommendations, and then why women like slash. Below are some links of what we talk about:
The Sexual Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes [x]
The American Adventures of Surelick Holmes [x]
Kissing Sherlock Holmes [x]
Leslie Klinger: Leslie S. Klinger is considered to be one of the world’s foremost authorities on those twin icons of the Victorian era, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula. He is the editor of the three-volume collection of the short stories and novels, The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes, published by W. W. Norton in 2004 and 2005, winner of the Edgar Award for Best Critical/Biographical Work and nominated for every other major award in the mystery genre. He is also the editor of The New Annotated Dracula (W.W. Norton 2008), which possesses a similar in-depth examination of Bram Stoker’s haunting classic and its historical context. http://lesliesklinger.com/
The worst man in London. The blackmailer. That guy from Jurassic Park that gets eaten by the shaky dinosaur thing. That douchebag. It's Charles Augustus Milverton and we love to hate him. Join Babes Curly, Lyndsay, Melinda, Ardy, Maria, Taylor, and Amy as they discuss the case, the man himself, the adaptations, and the historical figure behind Milverton.