The Dresden Files

The Dresden Files Harry Dresden S Life Is A Mess His Top Client And Close Friend , Lt Karrin Murphy, No Longer Trusts Him Chicago S Underworld And The Cops Alike Think He S Mobster Johnny Marcone S Supernatural Enforcer And The Enigmatic White Council Continues To View Him With Suspicion If All That Weren T Enough, A Pack Of Werewolves Have Unleashed A Wave Of Terror On The Windy City But As Is Always The Case When It Comes To The Creatures Of The Nevernever, There S Far Going On Than Meets The Eye Before It S All Over, Harry Will Find Himself Caught Between Friends, Enemies, And Arcane Forces Bent On His Destruction Is It Any Wonder He Can T Find A Date Expanding On Book Two Of Jim Butcher S New York Times Bestselling Saga, And Featuring Writer Mark Powers And Artist Chase Conley, Fool Moon Collects The First Half Of TheIssue Series In One Volume, Complete With Bonus Material And A Cover Gallery

Jim Butcher is the author of the Dresden Files, the Codex Alera, and a new steampunk series, the Cinder Spires His resume includes a laundry list of skills which were useful a couple of centuries ago, and he plays guitar quite badly An avid gamer, he plays tabletop games in varying systems, a variety of video games on PC and console, and LARPs whenever he can make time for it Jim currently resi

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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • The Dresden Files
  • Jim Butcher
  • English
  • 01 July 2019
  • 9780345520968

10 thoughts on “The Dresden Files

  1. says:

    A pretty faithful translation of the novel to the comic I definitely suggest reading the novel first though as the Dresden Files are fantastic I always liked how Butcher mixes in the various types of werewolves Going back to read this again, you can really see how you lays the groundwork for reoccurring characters The art is dark and alternates between cartoony and moody I still feel like they haven t gotten Dresden s look just right.

  2. says:

    I m not a fan of the artwork but still enjoyable.

  3. says:

    This is the graphic novel version of the second book in the Dresden Files series I loved the book and the graphic novel does a satisfying job of representing the prose version Of course, the story is paired down, but the artwork makes up for it It s interesting the way Dresden is represented in the graphic novel It s not quite how I see him He s macho and superheroic looking in this incarnation One notable aspect of book is the action scenes Right on par with the written narrative The colors are vivid and active In conclusion, these graphic novels don t take the place of the prose books, but they are a nice adjunct to them.

  4. says:

    I guess Dresden Files has finally grown on me I m not sure I would have appreciated this story nearly as much if I had read it first But reading it now, it s like visiting with an old friend It is a pretty direct interpretation of the book it is based on But a good one And they have managed to capture how tall Dresden is at least some of the time And we get to see a whole bunch of the cast Our first look at the werewolves as humans is actually pretty good.

  5. says:

    The adaptations of the Dresden Files books continues here, but it doesn t work quite as well as the first book did the visuals here aren t as inspiring of the artwork, and the look of Murphy and Susan and Dresden is pretty different from the first collections, to greater and lesser advantage depending on the character The writing still comes almost word for word from the book, which is good, and the abridging manages to wipe out some of Butcher s annoying habits from the earlier collections It s still kind of annoying to see each book broken into two volumes, but it does let the story breathe, which is probably for the best So all in all, a decent adaptation of a decent book that doesn t add a whole lot to the original novel, but definitely doesn t hurt it either.

  6. says:

    Good volume.

  7. says:

    Bad story The comic had unnecessary and excessive gore Not my thing

  8. says:

    Great graphic novel adaptation of book 2 in the Dresden Files

  9. says:

    If you followed any of the Dresden Files formats from the books to the tv show, then the graphic novels are a perfect addition I love these books The only complaint I have is they are not long enough This particular volume is equal to four issues.Fool Moon starts with a series of deaths that occur during the full moon Dresden suspects a werewolf but he doesn t know that much about them The killer might be a werewolf but Dresden s going to discover that there are many types and he has no idea how many are in Chicago.I love the humor and the realism Jim Butcher tosses into his fantasy mystery stories I so wish the tv show had lasted because I just love the character Time to dig into of the books but do I really have time for another series.

  10. says:

    I really wanted to like this book, but 3 stars is probably generous There is nothing wrong with the story, as it s basically a pretty accurate retelling of the novel as far as I can recall, it s been a while since I read it The problem is that I didn t really like the art I felt it was too cartoony when it needed to be much grounded in reality ironic, I know, for a book dealing with wizards and werewolves Also, what worked in the book didn t work so well here, namely the fact that there are three different groups of werewolves in this story the graphic novel makes it difficult to distinguish which group are which Finally the werewolves were mostly just not scary enough.

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