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Sherlock Holmes battles crime in the future.

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Kid, 12 years old May 28, 2013
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Sherlock is OK in the 22nd century

I decided to start watching this series on the Qubo channel which I hardly EVER watch anymore, because there was nothing on tv, and I got mixed results. While it looks cool, most of the characters are one-dimensional and we just have to rely on the old story to learn about them. Sherlock, Watson, and Beth are the main characters and though they are pretty cool, they don't have personalites. The villian is Moriarty who is just there, because he was in the old story and I don't know why the c*p he was brought back. The stories are just, again, from the old story, and the animation is a bizzare mixture of 3-D and 2-D. Overal, Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century is a good show to watch when there's nothing on TV and it'll be awesome, but after a while you'll just forget about and I think it just gets lost in the mass of short-lived, cancled toons.
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