+Digital copy gently provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review+
Expected publication: February 13th 2018 by Dynamite Entertainment
ISBN:1524105449 (ISBN13: 9781524105440)
The Dresden Files Graphic Novels #7,
Dresden Files: Dog Men #1-6
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: adventure-and-action, fantasia-urbana, ghouls, graphic-novel, magia, netgalley-arcs, werewolf-hombrelobo-lycans, wizardry
*the problem: I don't know what happened with the edition, but there is a lot of missing letters so it looks like bad spelling ... as I see anothers reviewers complaining about the same I guess it's not just my copy.
Harry Dresden is passing a bad time , consumed by regrets and nightmares, afraid mostly for his friends' future. This is after Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Wild Card . Mouse is trying to get some sense in him when an old -literally- member of the White Council appears.
Yeah, out of respect for Ebenezer our paranoid wizard goes with Listen-to-Winds to Mississippi in view of some paranormal murders. The local police is willing to listen advice, but some guys that look like Feds cross with British Men of Letters want them gone.
How Dresden deal with the Dark Side (even quoting Star Wars). I mean - Achilles? Dresden?... those poor bystanders. Personally, I think that someone better gets him an appointment with a shrink. This one host a lot of anger. He exhibits behaviour of been too much time at war; needs to speak with someone. Supposedly, Joseph Listen-to-Winds had the same issues, maybe thats why he is sort of mentoring him; btw, great job shapeshifting[btw, great job shapeshifting. (hide spoiler)]
The plot: People are in danger and witness point to wolf-men . Listen-to-Winds thinks is not wat it seems, while trying to made that Harry check himself and not be too trigger-happy. Things go rapidly south, and Harry appear to made all worst.
-It is ok plot.
-We count here only with Harry, Mouse and Joseph. Oh, and the blue beetle.
I like the cop, very sensible guy.
-The art is good. Drawing and coloring pack the action. Reconocible characters.