In the special "The Abominable Bride" episode of the BBC's Sherlock, which aired the first day of 2016, Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) was transported to Victorian London due to a psychoanalytic hallucination. While he was there, he and his trusty sidekick Dr. Watson (Martin Freeman) solved the mystery of how a consumptive bride gone mad came back from the grave and went on a murdering spree.
Now Holmes and Watson figures based on the episode, with realised likenesses of both actors, and officially licensed by the makers of Sherlock, Hartswood Films, have been created are ready to be purchased.
Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock Holmes fiture is "outfitted in a tailored Victorian three-piece suit, caped overcoat and his deerstalker hat, the figure comes with numerous accessories."
Martin Freeman's Watson figure is "outfitted in his Victorian three-piece suit, overcoat and trusty bowler hat, the figure comes comes with numerous accessories."
Check out images of the figure in our gallery below. For more images and details on the figures head on over to bigchiefstudios.co.uk.
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