Comics

 

The Dresden Files also has several graphic novels. Individual issues can be ordered/purchased at your favorite local comics store, and all compilations are available through our store’s Graphic Novel Section.

The Graphic Novels

“Welcome to the Jungle”
Written By: Jim Butcher
Illustrated By: Ardian Syaf
Chronology: Before the events of Storm Front
Plot: Harry investigates a grisly murder at the zoo.

“Storm Front”
Based On The Novel By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Ardian Syaf and Brett Booth
Plot: When Harry investigates a dark wizard killing people with magic, he ends up next on his list.

“Fool Moon”
Based On The Novel By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Chase Conley
Plot: A werewolf stalks Chicago.

“Ghoul, Goblin”
Story By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Joseph Cooper
Chronology: Set between Fool Moon and Grave Peril
Plot: A small town family is tormented by creatures of the Nevernever.

“War Cry”
Story By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Carlos Gomez
Chronology: Set after Dead Beat. [WARNING: This story contains a MASSIVE spoiler for Turn Coat on its last page. If you’re reading the books in order, you may want to skip that page, or just read “War Cry” after Turn Coat.]
Plot: Harry and a trio of young Wardens defend an outpost of Venatori from a Red Court attack.

“Down Town”
Story By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Carlos Gomez
Chronology: Set after White Night, just prior to the short story “It’s My Birthday Too.”
Plot: Harry and Molly fight a slime monster slaughtering local businessmen.

“Wild Card”

Story By: Jim Butcher
Adapted By: Mark Powers
Illustrated By: Carlos Gomez
Chronology: Set between Small Favor and Turn Coat
Plot: The villainous faerie Puck comes to town, and he proves to be much less of a “good fellow” than Shakespeare would have you believe.

What’s Next:

“Untitled” — “We’re gonna catch up with all the folks that went off to form their Feng Shui out in California after Blood Rites [the crew from Arturo’s film]. There’s a problem, and so Lara’s hiring Harry to fix the problem for her so she doesn’t lose her grip on the White Court.”

 Posted by on 2010/12/26 at 9:04 pm