Wild Card (The Dresden Files Graphic Novels #6)

So, I did totally miss this one… But hey, the comics tend to be somewhat less necessary to read in order than the novels, especially with the novels being well ahead in timeline.

That being said, this story is a bit crazy. It introduces Puck , a character I’ve always enjoyed the idea of. The English version of Coyote or Loki essentially. And apparently… he’s a badass wild Fae that can go toe to toe with Lea (under certain conditions)? Sure!

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Dog Men (The Dresden Files Graphic Novels #7)

There are two wolves within every man… One represents our greatest capacities–compassion, courage, reason. The other embodies our base emotions –pride, anger, hatred. At every moment of every day, they battle for control of us. But it is we who determine which one win.

How?

Just depends on which one you feed…

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Ghoul Goblin (The Dresden Files Graphic Novels #3)

Welcome to the Jungle was new, but an introduction. Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Storm Front, Volume 2: Maelstrom and The Dresden Files: Fool Moon, Volume 2 are adaptations of previous works I’ve read a number of times. But Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin? NEW CONTENT!

It’s interesting seeing introductions over and over again. I know the books do the same, but for some reason it feels different in a comic. Perhaps because I’m reading them relatively quickly?

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