James Moriarty (Doyle)
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A nemesis of Sherlock Holmes.
Often mistakenly thought of as the major opponent of Sherlock Holmes, Moriarty actually appeared alongside Holmes in only one story penned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (The Final Problem). He makes a brief appearance in another Doyle-written work, but is referenced in several others.
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2000 AD (1977)
#861 Die Vier von der Baker Street (2010)
- 'You Won't Have a Prayer!'
#3 Doctor Who Graphic Novel (2004)
- 'Die Nachtigall von Stepney'
Doctor Who Magazine (1979)
Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 5) (2003)
Pik As (2011)
Scarlet in Gaslight (1987)
#2 Sherlock Holmes (1975)
- 'The Shape of Things to Come, Part 2: Dream Harvesters'#4
- 'The Shape of Things to Come, Part 4: Empire Day'
#1 Sherlock Holmes (1988)
- 'The Final Problem/The Adventure of the Empty House'
Sherlock Holmes Mysteries (2003)
Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives (2013)
Sherlock Holmes: Year One (2011)
Storie da Altrove (1998)
#11 The Valley of Fear (2011)
- 'L'uomo che inseguiva le ombre'
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)
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