About Sherlock and Dylan Dog

Yesterday I was re-watching A Study in Pink, my dad stopped in front of the tv, looked at Sherlock and said: "He's Dylan Dog!" and I was quite surprised because I had the same thought many times. I know this might sound weird, but in my opinion it's not.
If you look at Sherlock in the pilot episode it is even more striking. Ok, Dylan looks quite different because he's drawn by many artists, and he's changed a bit over the years, but especially in the old covers, in which he had often wavy-ish hair, he has many things in common with Sherlock. (BTW, Dylan Dog is meant to have some things in common with Sherlock Holmes, so...yeah.) 
For those who know only the Dylan Dog of the american movie, I know it can sound kinda crazy, but look at the original comic and it will make more sense, also because in the comics Dylan lives in London. (And I still don't get why the movie had to be set in the USA...) For those who have never heard of Dylan Dog, check it out if you can. 
(Pics to prove my point will come later when I'm using my laptop.) 
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Back from London...and here we go again with the earthquake.

I came back from London yesterday evening. Everything went wonderfully, we had an amazing weather (really hot) and I had a lot of fun. I wanted this post to be about London but there has been another earthquake this morning and it's been really, really scary. I'm actually very worried about this. We're not supposed to get earthquakes likes this. Everything in my room was making weird noises, I didn't feel really safe. That's really bad. 
I'll write about London later.