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A group for people who love Sherlock and John (Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman)

BBC Sherlock Holmes and John Waston on their bromance, friendship or slash
Founded 5 Years ago
Aug 27, 2010


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Sherlock Holmes and John Watson

This group is dedicated to Sherlock Holmes and John Watson from BBC's Sherlock :D

Also it is devoted to the relationship they have weather its bromance, friendship or slash. Its whatever you fans think or what you like :D

How to submit your art or fiction
Join the group.
Go to the gallery after acceptance.
Click on 'submit art' and choose which deviation and the correct group to place it in.

If this does not work the first time, try again but if it still doesnt work message me.

Make sure that you stick to the guidelines set by deviantart.

BBC Sherlock Website -…

Benedict Cumberbatch Online -

Sherlock Holmes - Science Of Deduction Website -…

John Watson's Blog -
Original source found here ->…

Steven Moffat: Sherlock made Benedict Cumberbatch sexy
Co-creator of hit BBC detective drama says the meeting of part and actor made geeky appealing

It was playing pondering polymath Sherlock Holmes that made Benedict Cumberbatch a sex symbol, according to the co-writer of BBC1's Sherlock, Steven Moffat.

"It wasn’t like, in all fairness, anyone was salivating over Benedict before he was Sherlock Holmes," he told the University Observer when asked about the newfound popularity of the show among women. "It's a meeting of part and actor I think that makes geeky sexy."

Moffat admitted "Sherlock is probably the first time that the Sherlock Holmes demographic has been female skewed" but he noted that "he’s [Cumberbatch] not the first handsome man to play Sherlock Holmes, oddly enough."

Cumberbatch recently topped a poll of over 27,000 readers as the most desirable television star to take on a Valentine's Day date, receiving more than 12,000 votes to beat former Doctor Who star David Tennant into second place.  Fellow Sherlock star Louise Brealey - who plays lab technician Molly Hooper - came top of the female poll with 1,625 votes.

And so perhaps the words of Sherlock's very own Irene Adler are true: "Brainy is the new sexy."

Original source found here ->…

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Blueboxless Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, I accidentally submitted a moriarty piece to "Bromance," can you remove it?
sahinduezguen Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Alice-de-Paris Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for accepting me! :) (Smile) 
AidanTheMighty Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
Hello my friends! Thanks for affiliate! I really love Sherlock BBC series! This group is amazing, 'cause in this gallery we can find amazing arts for real fans. If you're interested you can join my group about many other good movies. Check this out:BestMovies
PotatoandWombat Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Check out one of my BBC Sherlock Theories! (it took me an hour to write so I'd really appreciate it if someone read it)…
Angel-Hearted-Being Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hello, I'm wondering if you accept cosplay photos?
YoshiKyubi Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The "Featured" folder reached itīs limit, it wonīt let me submit my stuff anymore! =)
CharlieSaysUK Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Start a petition for Benedict to inhale vast quantities of helium and then read serious poetry. It has been mentioned before.
CharlieSaysUK Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, and threaten to give money to charity or something just as lovely if he agrees! No way can he refuse then!
CharlieSaysUK Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
F^*k it, this was the true reason Kickstarter was invented!
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