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Don’t you think that Rupert Everett, in Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004), looks much more like Dylan Dog than our favourite detective?!?
 
…And this is probably the last time you’ll hear me mentioning this BBC television movie, as I found it utterly boring and absurd…
 
As it’s probably also the last time I’ll ever mention Dylan Dog, let me take my leave of this character with a couple of quotations (which, I’m sure, will explain why I won’t give him any more space here):
 

Dylan Dog: “Do you know the deductive methodology Sherlock Holmes employs? Well, mine is the opposite: I play it by ear, follow my instinct, and often it goes well… Only, not this time!”


Dylan Dog: “When you’ve eliminated the impossible, whatever remains it’s my field: nightmares & co.”
Don’t you think that Rupert Everett, in Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004), looks much more like Dylan Dog than our favourite detective?!?
 
…And this is probably the last time you’ll hear me mentioning this BBC television movie, as I found it utterly boring and absurd…
 
As it’s probably also the last time I’ll ever mention Dylan Dog, let me take my leave of this character with a couple of quotations (which, I’m sure, will explain why I won’t give him any more space here):
 
Dylan Dog: “Do you know the deductive methodology Sherlock Holmes employs? Well, mine is the opposite: I play it by ear, follow my instinct, and often it goes well… Only, not this time!”
Dylan Dog: “When you’ve eliminated the impossible, whatever remains it’s my field: nightmares & co.”