Welcome to the Jungle
When the supernatural world spins out of control, when the police can’t handle what goes bump in the night, when monsters come screaming out of nightmares and into the mean streets, there’s just one man to call: Harry Dresden, the only professional wizard in the Chicago phone book. A police... show more
When the supernatural world spins out of control, when the police can’t handle what goes bump in the night, when monsters come screaming out of nightmares and into the mean streets, there’s just one man to call: Harry Dresden, the only professional wizard in the Chicago phone book. A police consultant and private investigator, Dresden has to walk the dangerous line between the world of night and the light of day.Now Harry Dresden is investigating a brutal mauling at the Lincoln Park Zoo that has left a security guard dead and many questions unanswered. As an investigator of the supernatural, he senses that there’s more to this case than a simple animal attack, and as Dresden searches for clues to figure out who is really behind the crime, he finds himself next on the victim list, and being hunted by creatures that won’t leave much more than a stain if they catch him.Written exclusively for comics by Jim Butcher, The Dresden Files: Welcome to the Jungle is a brand-new story that’s sure to enchant readers with a blend of gripping mystery and fantastic adventure.
Format: Graphic Novel
Publish date: October 21st 2008
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
Series: The Dresden Files Graphic Novels
Wow. This was so fun to read. I am a fan of the Dresden Files urban fantasy series, and it's wonderful to get some visuals to go along with the prose. Butcher wrote the foreword, and he said he was very happy with the way Harry comes out, that he'd always visualized Harry Dresden in this medium,...
This is the first time I read Jim Butcher's book, and his famous series Dresden Files. Welcome to the Jungle is a good introduction for those who not familiar with Mr Butcher's work and being a manga/comic fans myself I really enjoy this. The story is about a killer is loose in a zoo, and Lt Murphy ...
So that sexism that lurks under the Dresden novels, at least the later ones, is in full force here. The evil chick is the one who is taller than Harry and whose clothes actually fit correctly.(Honestly, the funny bit was were Dresden was described as an everyman in the back. Once true, sadly no lo...
I wish I'd never set eyes on this piece of rubbish. Any fan of Harry should stay very far away from this graphic novel (more like a graphic short story). The story is terrible and boring, the illustrations awkward and Harry is embarrassing, there's nothing adorable or vulnerable about him. His self...
I love the visual view of Harry's world. I read the introduction by Jim Butcher and was thrilled to see that he thinks this Harry is dead on what he see's him looking like. he looks very close to what was in my head as well.The art work is very well done. Harry is beautiful and strong. Mister is hug...