Ghoul Goblin is a six-issue graphic novel mini-series published in 2013, written by author Jim Butcher and Mark Powers. Pencilled by Joseph Cooper, with covers by Ardian Syaf. It is set between Fool Moon and Grave Peril.
Harry Dresden has survived the events of Fool Moon - barely - but all is not well in his world. He's still alienated from his closest friend, Karrin Murphy, and on exceedingly poor terms with Chicago's number one gangster, John Marcone. And that's just the small stuff -- the creatures of the Nevernever don't take vacations and aren't particularly worried about Dresden's friendships or love life.
Dresden's been hired by a small-town Deputy Sheriff to look into a series of bizarre deaths linked to a singularly unfortunate family named the Talbots. Far from his usual Windy City stomping grounds, Mr. Dresden has nevertheless found some very familiar obstacles -- hostile law enforcement officials, reluctant civilians, and people protecting secrets. Oh, and at least one supernatural threat that isn't about to go down without a fight -- or at all.
Dresden's traveled from his home turf of Chicago to investigate a series of inexplicable murders in a small Missouri town. He's already managed to turn half the burg against him, with the other half's motives even murkier. And that's not even taking the Ghoul and Goblin who've both separately nearly killed him. Unfortunately, they may have succeeded in murdering the eldest of the cursed family he's trying to protect-a man who harbors his own dark secrets. It's time for Dresden to seek the help of a higher authority...