- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 39985 KB
- Print Length: 33 pages
- Publisher: Dynamite (3 Sept. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MOQJFZO
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #361,580 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: War Cry #4 (of 5): Digital Exclusive Edition Kindle & comiXology
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The fourth instalment of "War Cry" picks up where we ended the previous, slightly disappointing third issue: with the unexpected but very welcome arrival of Thomas Raith, vampire of the White Court and also Harry's half-brother. This as Harry and his team are having an all-out battle with an army of Red Court vampires, led by Baron Bravosa. This takes place in the town of Montezuma, outside a Venatori Umbrorum house, who are tasked with keeping a Shoggoth (a supernatural horror straight out of Lovecraft) safely locked up in its cellar. Harry & his team have to go all-out to keep Bravosa from getting his hands on this supernatural doomsday weapon - so what kind of trick does Harry have up his sleeve to keep this from happening?
Story-wise this 35-page comic (with 26 pages of story) is an improvement on the third issue, but still suffers from it being too much of a superhero-slugfest comic book instead of a graphic Dresden Files story. It has lots of action, but it doesn't significantly move the story forward until we get to the end of this issue. Maybe it would have been better to combine issues 3 and 4 into one issue, so it wouldn't have felt so stretched out. Anyway, it has a great cliff-hanger at the end, and the art by Carlos Gomez, which is very crisp and clean, is awesome (I especially liked his depiction of Thomas). Gomez is especially good at depicting action. Anyway, for the above-named reasons, I settled on four stars. But this series is still a very entertaining read and I'll be sure to pick up next issue to see how Harry manages to save the day while kicking some major vampire butt.
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