Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock has been replicated in a Japanese manga series based on the hit BBC TV show.
The manga, which replicates the adventures of Cumberbatch's Holmes and Martin Freeman's John Watson, is coming to the UK via publisher Titan Comics, following its popularity in Japan where it launched four years ago.
Speaking to the Guardian, Andrew James, Titan Comics editor, said: 'It's really interesting seeing such a British thing being reinterpreted in Japanese manga.'
'It's still dynamic and full of action, but compared to American comics, there's often a quietness and reflectiveness about manga.'
When the English translation arrives in June, Titan is offering extended page counts, along with new art and covers by artists like Alice X Zhang. The first issue follows Sherlock and Watson's first encounter, and how they end up living together.
James also touched on the duo's relationship in the manga, saying it's 'not made any more explicit than it is on the television, but it's certainly something the television has hinted at... [so the manga] is not a thing with love hearts appearing, but it's definitely something in which the subtext is just as strong.'