7 comments on “Joel Priddy’s Sherlock Witch
  1. I may be in the minority here, but I think reality altering powers would take the fun out of detective work.
    Sherlock Witch: It was none other than Lord Stark’s butler!
    Jarvis: I’m afraid not, for I was in the countryside en-
    *World burns white*
    Jarvis: Drat! I’ve been found out!

  2. Dan: I may be in the minority here, but I think reality altering powers would take the fun out of detective work.Sherlock Witch: It was none other than Lord Stark’s butler!Jarvis: I’m afraid not, for I was in the countryside en-*World burns white*Jarvis: Drat! I’ve been found out!

    Maybe she has her original powers of “probability manipulation”, which just means that she cause vague bad luck.

  3. I see this as the reverse:

    Vision Holmes strutting about being all analytical, with Scarlet Watson wriggling her fingers so that everything he says, no matter how unsubstantiated, is exactly right.

    Come to think of it, wasn’t that the high concept for Mark Waid’s “Ruse”?

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