The Final Problem (comic strip 1931)
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
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The Final Problem is a comic strip drawn by the American illustrator Leo O'Mealia published in various American newspapers in 1931.
The comic strip was serialized in 18 parts (numbered K-1 to K-18) with 4 illustrations each. Total: 72 illustrations.
This is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story: The Adventure of the Final Problem (1893).
- in Chester Times (23 march - 11 april 1931 [US])
- in Decatur Evening Herald (20 april - 10 may 1931 [US])
- in The Border Cities Star (19 may - 8 june 1931 [CA])
- in The Brooklyn Citizen (5-24 october 1931 [US])
- Death Menace
- Professor Moriarty
- The King of Criminals
- A Villain at Bay
- Murder Afoot
- Fleeing from Danger
- Where is Holmes?
- The Venerable Priest
- In Pursuit
- Shadow of Revenge
- Desperate Purpose
- Awesome Spot
- Dr. Watson's Errand
- The False Message
- At the Chasm's Edge
- Into the Abyss