Jim Butcher's Dresden Files

Jim Butcher's Dresden Files

Ghoul Goblin. Vol. 1

Book - 2013
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It has been several months since Chicago's only wizard for hire, Harry Dresden, barely survived a case involving several packs of werewolves. And while he ultimately was able to prevent the Windy City from being completely engulfed in a bloodbath, it was no triumphant victory. The case began with the murder of his protege, saw Detective Ron Carmichael torn apart before his eyes, and ended with Harry estranged from Lt. Karrin Murphy, his best friend. But Harry has no time to lick his wounds, There are still things going bump in the night, and millions of innocents who are unknowingly threatened by denizens of the Nevernever. It's his job to protect them, no matter how alone he sometimes feels. And now, he's about to be drawn away from his home turf.
Publisher: Mount Laurel, NJ :, Dynamite Entertainment,, [2013]
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm
Copyright Date: ℗♭2013
ISBN: 9781606904381
Branch Call Number: Butc


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Oct 23, 2015

There is nothing notably great about this Dresden File Graphic Novel. The art is functional, but depressingly generic and the underlying construction of the art doesn't hold up to close scrutiny. The plot is the same way, it does the job and gets the read from point A to point B like a water skier (it stays above water as long as you don't stop moving and don't look down).

That said, there is nothing wrong with it per say. I wouldn't buy this book , but I am happy to read it after borrowing it from my local library.

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