Brand new crime magazine bags exclusive Sherlock stuff

Crime Scene features Sherlock, James Ellroy, Steven Moffat on Columbo and much more…

Obsessed with crime drama? From the makers of Total Film and SFX comes brand new quarterly magazine Crime Scene, celebrating the very best in crime on TV and in books and film.

Issue one boasts a preview of the Sherlock Christmas special, secrets from Series 4 as well as an exploration of the world of Sherlock Holmes. Dextercreator Jeff Lindsay tells us how it feels to create a monster while legendary author James Ellroy talks exclusively about LA noir and his life in crime. Then there's the 25 greatest TV detectives of all time (as voted for by you) an exploration of Nordic Noir as well as an article written exclusively forCrime Scene by Steven Moffat. This plus all the latest news and previews of upcoming shows, reviews of the latest DVDs including True Detective S2,Witnesses and Jordskott and books including new novels by Ian Rankin, Lee Child, Karin Slaughter, Kathy Reichs, Val McDermid, Linwood Barclay and more. You can see some of what's in store below...

Pick up you copy from your local newsagent or supermarket now or head to My Favourite Magazines to order your copy.

And there's loads more in this packed 148-page special launch edition!

Buy your iPad version via Newsstand

The magazine is also available on Zinio for other devices. For Apple Newsstand users: click the link and you’ll be directed to Crime Scene's page in the App Store – once there, install the Crime Scene app, or – if you’ve done that already – hit “Open” to be taken to the storefront.

Or order your print copy from My Favourite Magazines

Order an individual issue - they're glossy and lovely with gold foil on the cover - from our online store to be delivered to you anywhere in the world; or subscribe and save money off a whole year of Crime Scene!

Dave Bradley

Dave was once the Group Editor-in-Chief for Future's film group, but now he's the COO of Pocket Gamer and Pocket Gamer Biz. He also freelances for SFX Magazine and hosts the Robby The Robot's Waiting podcast with a couple of friends.