Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files:
Ghoul Goblin (2013)
Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin #6
This issue is not bad. The story’s end is pretty
predictable. The whole series is just okay. Rated teen plus.
Jim Butcher’s the Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin #5
This, the penultimate issue in this mini series, is
chatty but entertaining. Harry is stuck in jail and the mayor, who is no
stranger to the occult, intervenes to help him out. Rated teen plus,
this works as a fine bridge issue. If the last issue is as good as the
previous five, the series will be a must read.
Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files Ghoul Goblin #4
This issue’s just a bit too chatty. The premise,
however, is excellent. If the reader can make it through the first three
quarters of the book, he or she will be pleased at the end. Rated teen
plus, it’s worth reading.
Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin #3 (of
This story reads at a clipping pace. Dresden is trying to remove the curse on a family. To do so he has to call upon
entities who are not fond of humans. There is not a wasted frame in the
whole issue. Rated teen plus, this is an excellent read.
Jim Butcher’s the Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin #2
This series is engaging and entertaining. Writers
Jim Butcher and Mark Powers do an excellent job of pacing the story. The
reader is left wanting to see what happens next. A solid read, it is
rated teen plus.
The Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin #1
It’s wonderful to have a great new storyline to
follow. Dresden is a wizard for hire who runs into evil supernatural beings as he tries
to keep the world safe. This issue will hook the reader and have him or
her waiting with baited breath for the next installment. Rated teen