What do an optimistic lad named Jordan Ray, a down-and-out peasant, a mad hare, a grumpy old troll, an oyster, a knight, a water nymph, a griffin and an eclectic collection of supporting characters have in common’ Why, a muddy spud, of course. Gris Grimly has crafted a story rooted in his admiration of Lewis Carroll, L. Frank Baum, and Dr. Seuss.
Sherlock Holmes-- for me it is always Rathbone. He looks like the illustrations Doyle approved of. When I see an actor who is not tall, long-faced and well-nosed, it feels wrong, even if the actor is good.