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Tag Archives: Sherlock

Doctor Who and Sherlock

‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ Moments That Gave Us Goosebumps

Fans of one tend to be fans of the other. Doctor Who and Sherlock are brilliant, clever, and all that genius is incredibly sexy! With Sherlock Series 3 wrapped up, time to go back and look at the easter eggs and cross-overs of our favorite British blokes: Hair raising. Abosolutely hair raising. And just for the Sherlockians:

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Sherlocked

I Am ‘Sherlocked’: Sherlockians Finally Have A Con of Their Own

Sherlockians, rejoice! Sherlockology announces the very first SHERLOCKED: The Official Sherlock Convention. Hold onto your deerstalker cap, because you’re about to be blown away. Sherlockology announced that in 2013 there will be a massive event honoring the incredibly successful BBC series Sherlock. Over the course of 3 days, the convention expects to feature activities, guest stars from the cast and crew, talks, photo shoots, autograph sessions and lots more. Sherlock’s producer Sue Vertue exclusively told us: “We’re very excited to be announcing our first official…

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Sesame Street

I Bet You Never Realized the Sesame Street Guys Have Their Fandoms Too

As a childless adult, it’s been a few years since I’ve watched a full episode of Sesame Street. It turns out, I’ve been missing out on some great fandom references. I had always assumed videos like this one, from yesterday, were more of a rarity! Thanks to this tumblr user, I (and our readers, by extension) have been enlightened.

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Take The ‘Is Moriarty Really Dead?’ Poll!

This weekend’s episode of Sherlock left fans wide-eyed and slack jawed, and Zap2it wants to know what you think! Click Here to cast your vote whether or not Moriarty is dead and let your voice be heard! In case you were wondering what Mark Gratiss and Steven Moffat have to say on the subject, this little gem has been floating around: Our heads are reeling, that’s for certain. Why would they leave us like that without as much as a Series 4 script complete? Alas,…

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Sherlock and Watson

Will Sherlock be on the Big Screen?

Really? Is Moffat joshing us? In Entertainment Weekly, someone actually asked Moffat if he wanted to make “Sherlock” into an actual big screen movie. The argument was it made since, because Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch are, after all, big screen actors. Moffat teased “we don’t want to rule anything out.” From Inside the Box pointed out the obvious: each episode is 90 minutes, they’re full length movies as it is. Playing devil’s advocate, they did offer up suggestions that getting the OK for a…

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Sherlock

The Most Important Take Away From Tonight’s Episode of Sherlock

By now, hopefully everyone has had a chance to tune into the first episode of the newest season of BBC’s Sherlock, assuming you didn’t commit the “morally questionable” act of streaming the episodes online when they first aired in the UK. I feel that it’s safe to say, at this point, that there was one very, very important take-away from “The Empty Hearse.” I leave you with this: (source)

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Sherlock Series 3 Returns

Sherlock Series 3 Returns Tonight and Fans Can Already Expect More To Come Even before the new episodes of Sherlock have aired on PBS (tonight at 10PM), fans can breathe easy: there’s already news that Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have Series 4 and 5 mapped out. Larkable doesn’t wants to give away anything (so know spoilers are in the link), but on Friday, CultBox posted an article which quoted Steven Moffat in regards to the future of Sherlock: “You don’t know what going on there.…

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Fandom

All Things Fandom

  Welcome to Larkable!  This is a community for the fandom: a little corner cut out of the internet for a collection of photos, articles, videos, and much more. There are a ton of great fans out there with lots of great things to say, and we want to make it easy to find information for all things geekdom.  So Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, repin our posts on Pintrest, and show your love for your favorite characters, actors, and fellow fans!

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