In Their Own Words, Mark Powers On Writing With Jim Butcher

The Dynamite panel at NYCC has just announced Rick Remender as a new hire for the company, but they are also looking over the week’s worth of announcements.

Here’s Mark Powers on writing new Dresden Files stories with Jim Butcher as comics,  with Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin, drawn by Joseph Cooper, with covers from Ardian Syaf for January.

“It’s an honor to be a part of a brand-new, never before seen story set in the Dresdenverse. Under Jim’s watchful eye, we’re doing everything in our power to create something worthy of the mythos.”

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