Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin
From the mind of best-selling author Jim Butcher, an ALL-NEW, COMPLETELY ORIGINAL Dresden Files story that pits Chicago's mystical detective against bloodthirsty rural monsters. Harry Dresden, a Chicago private investigator and wizard, heads to a small, isolated Missouri town terrorized by... show more
From the mind of best-selling author Jim Butcher, an ALL-NEW, COMPLETELY ORIGINAL Dresden Files story that pits Chicago's mystical detective against bloodthirsty rural monsters. Harry Dresden, a Chicago private investigator and wizard, heads to a small, isolated Missouri town terrorized by Nevernever monsters. The singularly unfortunate Talbot family has suffered a curse that has decimated their number for generations, and only our hero can save them... that is, if he can survive hostile lawmen, the dark secrets of townsfolk, an ancient guardian spirit, and two deadly carnivores! Can Dresden cleanse the Talbot bloodline of its curse without a blood sacrifice of his own?
Publish date: November 26th 2013
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Pages no: 152
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Comics Manga
Series: The Dresden Files Graphic Novels
I have posted a new review on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Excerpt from the review: "This is the second Harry Dresden story I have read in graphic novel format; I read The Dresden Files: Welcome to the Jungle (link to my review posted at BookLikes) previously. I have to say these works make m...
I love these Dresden Files comics. They are so visually complimentary to the story it is almost like watching a TV show. The graphics/illustrations are very well done with emotional details that come across.A family had a nasty curse and Harry travels to Mississippi to help them. Harry deals with Gh...
*Book source ~ Many thanks to Dynamite Entertainment and NetGalley for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review. This is the 6th graphic novel in the Dresden Files universe. I’ve managed to read books 1 & 2, but haven’t gotten my hands on library copies of 3, 4 and 5. This story do...
I have been a huge Dresden fan for about 10 years now, so of course I was excited to read a new Dresden story. It's hard sometimes to adapt the image in my mind to the drawings in a comic. The pictures I have of Dresden are pretty off from the comic, but overall it was well done. The challenge of...