The Dresden Files

The Dresden Files Harry Dresden Is A Wizard, The Only One In The Chicago Phone Book He Uses His Arcane Powers To Investigate The Supernatural, Often Assisting The Special Investigations Unit Of The Chicago P.D With Cases That Are Beyond Their Comprehension But Harry Must Use His Powers Carefully Because Of A Dark Incident In His Past, He Is Kept Under Close Watch By The Ruling Body Of Wizards Known As The White Council Any Violation Of The Seven Laws Of Magic Will Cost Him Dearly Perhaps Even His Life Now Harry S Latest Investigation Has Pushed Him To The Precipice He S Up Against Mysterious Murders By Magic That Some Believe Only He Could Have Committed, And A Gangland Boss Who Wants Harry To Stay Out Of The Way From All Fronts, Storm Clouds Are Gathering Around A Beleaguered Harry Dresden Maelstrom Continues The Adaptation OfStorm Front, The First Book In Jim Butcher SNew York Times Bestselling Series, The Dresden Files. 3.5I really enjoyed the story, and I loved seeing it translated to graphic novel Only problem I had with it and that s why this rating is the art style change somewhere in the middle It felt like reading two different comics, and that threw me off a little I really liked the art style before the change, mostly because that is how I pictured Harry when reading the book The new art style just didn t fit the story But maybe that s just me.Anyway, solid graphic novel, and I ll be definitely c 3.5I really enjoyed the story, and I loved seeing it translated to graphic novel Only problem I had with it and that s why this rating is the art style change somewhere in the middle It felt like reading two different comics, and that t
My review is mostly the same for both volumes of this graphic novel I didn t take notes while I was reading, so the finer points slipped out of my mind shortly after I read it However, I did make some specific observations for part two One might think, why read a graphic novel version of a prose novel I was one of those who asked that question I am eating my words now I can see why While I tend to visualize the books I read as movies playing in my head in full color, it s still a pleasure My review is mostly the same for both volumes of this graphic novel I didn t take notes while I was reading, so the finer points slipped out of my mind shortly after I read it However, I did make some specific observations for part two One might think, why read a graphic novel version of a prose novel I was one of those who asked that question I am eating my words now I can see why While
In order to enjoy this, I think you need to be a huge fan of Butcher s Dresden Files I am a huge fan Seriously, I will read anything with Harry in it and call it gold Gold Having said that, I think most non fans will think these particular graphic novels are turd nuggets I can t say for sure that I would be able to follow the plot very well if I hadn t already read the book And I hate to say it, but it may not be the best idea to cram a novel like this into a thin two volume comic book A l In order to enjoy this, I think you need to be a huge fan of Butcher s Dresden Files I am a huge fan Seriously, I will read anything with Harry in it and call it gold Gold Having sa
artist change halfway through not in a bad way, but it actually helped me believe Harry s supposed to be in his mid 20s at this time most of the other art makes him look at least 35. Great art but it worked better as a novel Still great fun to see it in pictures. It took a very long time for the second volume of the Dresden Files Storm Front comic book to come out, apparently because it switched from Dabel Brothers to Dynamite Entertainment.So there s a bit of a shock coming partway through this comic book, when the shift occurred Jim Butcher s solid urban fantasy story is as strong as ever, piling on the distrust, monsters and black magic until the fiery climax but the art derails in a big way Ardian Syaf, why did you have to go work for DC Harr It took a very long time for the second volume of the Dresden Files Storm Front comic book to come out, apparently because it switched from Da
Reviewed for THC Reviews 4.5 stars Maelstrom is a graphic novel adaptation of the second half of Storm Front, the inaugural novel in the Dresden Files series As with the first volume, The Gathering Storm, the book contains four sections, and each section was originally released in comic book format, then collected together into this one hardcover volume At the end, there is also a bonus preview of the graphic novel adaptation of Fool Moon, which includes an excerpt and concept art.Once again, Reviewed for THC Reviews 4.5 stars Maelstrom is a graphic novel adaptation of the second half of Storm Front, the inaugural novel in the Dresden Files series As with the first volume, The Gathering Storm, the book contains four sections, and each section was originally released in comic book format, then collected together into this one hardcover volume At the end, there is also a bonus preview of the graphic novel adaptation of Fool Moon, which includes an excerpt and concept art.Once again, I m not going to review the overall story, because I ve already written a review on the full length novel version of Storm Front, a book that I very much enjoyed Just like with The Gathering Storm, I thought the adaptation of the story was done extremely well, definitely hitting all the important p
The second installment of the novel adaptation Just like the first one, you can read it instead of the book and you ll get the full story While I m not a big fan of the artist, Brett Booth, I really enjoyed his work in this story I don t love the way he stylizes the human figure, but he definitely has a wonderful talent for creati
Here s the second half of the story from Storm Front Mr Butcher does a good job of transferring his novel to graphic novel format The art is also done well and doesn t have the failings I ve seen in some other graphic novels.While I like this alright and find that as usual stories from J.Butcher is an enjoyable experience still I don t know
Stormfront stands up as a graphic novel, a really good one at that Now seeing Harry up through Cold Days, it was nice to go back to the start My only complaint would be that the artist changed half way through this volume, and the change was a bit jarring visually

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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • The Dresden Files
  • Mark Powers
  • English
  • 03 August 2019
  • 1606901605