Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Wild Card
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files saga continues in this original and in-continuity graphic novel, featuring a never-before-told story set after the bestselling novel White Night and graphic novel Down Town! A bizarre double murder draws the interest of Chicago's only wizard-for-hire. But as Harry... show more
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files saga continues in this original and in-continuity graphic novel, featuring a never-before-told story set after the bestselling novel White Night and graphic novel Down Town! A bizarre double murder draws the interest of Chicago's only wizard-for-hire. But as Harry Dresden begins his investigation, the clues lead to troubling conclusions abou
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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FGMAMTC Blog ReviewI haven't read the Dresden Files series, but I've been looking forward to it so I was eager to get into this graphic novel. I'm sure it's a more fulfilling storyline for those familiar with the characters and themes, but I didn't feel lost so I recommend it to anyone interested. ...
It's the Dresden Files, so of course it's great seeing the characters I love from the novels. The story was good, the characters felt true to their novel versions, and it kept my interest. I would have rated this 4 stars for the original story, but I have to subtract a star for some of the art. The...
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This graphic novel collects issues #1-5 in the War Cry series with the story picking up several months after the end of the last novel and sees the White Council up against the Red Court in what seems to...
The Dresden Files: War Cry is a comic collection of the series written by Jim Butcher and Mark Powers. And while I have just begun my travels with Harry Dresden, I have to say that this tale was just as gripping and entertaining as Storm Front (which is the only book I’ve read in the series thus far...