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Dresden FIles: Downtown #6 review

One of the reasons I really love the Dresden Files is Jim Butcher’s characters. The idea behind the series is great– magic and mythological creatures in modern Chicago– but the characters really make it fly. I’m a huge fan of the title character, the wizard Harry Dresden. In this mini, a few of his supporting cast get a fair amount of screen time, and I like the choices- Harry’s apprentice, Molly Carpenter, the gangster who’s far too smart for everyone’s good, John Marcone, and Mouse the Fu Dog.

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Dresden Files: Downtown #5

Deep beneath the streets of Chicago, the somewhat unlikely team of Harry Dresden, Molly Carpenter, Mouse, and Johnny Marcone face off against a very powerful sorcerer. This is the man behind the golem that’s been terrorizing the city, killing off Marcone’s “clients.”

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Dresden Files: Downtown #4 review

As if the golem running amok in Chicago wasn’t enough of a problem for Harry and Molly, to say nothing of its master, now Marcone is getting involved. For a mortal with no powers or training, Marcone knows far too much and is far too clever for anyone’s good, especially Harry’s or his own. He also knows Harry, thanks to the Soulgaze in Storm Front, well enough to know that Harry will protect Marcone, no matter what Harry happens to think of him personally.

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Dresden Files: Downtown #2

Dresden is taking time out from the Red Court Vampire war to help Murphy with a really strange case. Harry is at a very rare loss for explanation as to what the creature is behind this ugly death. He brings Bob along to check out the scene. The Harry/Bob scenes are always entertaining. Harry doesn’t know what’s going on, and makes another of those dangerous deals with Bob to get more information. Bob brings Harry to an unexpected source of information.