The Dark Tower
JAKE CHAMBERS RETURNS AS STEPHEN KING'S DARK FANTASY EPIC CONTINUES! Haunted by the specter of a boy he let fall to his death, ROLAND is tortured by despair. But the boy never existed, and Roland's guilt is madness. Or is it? As timelines converge and reality shatters, JAKE CHAMBERS becomes the focus of Roland's quest...and may be the key to the survival of the Ka-tet! COLLECTING: DARK TOWER: THE DRAWING OF THE THREE - THE SAILOR 1-5

The Dark Tower Details

TitleThe Dark Tower
Author
FormatPaperback
ReleaseMay 9th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN0785192840
ISBN-139780785192848
Number of pages128 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Fantasy

The Dark Tower Review

  • Rural Soul
    May 29, 2017
    Finally the saga ends.
  • Bart Allen
    March 17, 2017
    Story is pretty usual Dark Tower stuff, nothing new or revolutionary, but man, art is REALLY BAD. But really, really bad. It was difficult to finish it because of the art. Hope Ramirez doesn't come back!
  • kerrycat
    February 18, 2017
    TDT is close to my heart (Roland, my Roland) and the GN adaptation continues to live up to the horror of the novels. Jake's conflicted feelings about being dead in one world and alive in another - and battling his way towards Roland and the ka-tet in which Jake truly belongs - are depicted so well, both in words and graphics. I was especially pleased to see a reference to lobstrosities - my affection for these terrors is unlimited. It is a joy to be able to continue to revisit this series as muc TDT is close to my heart (Roland, my Roland) and the GN adaptation continues to live up to the horror of the novels. Jake's conflicted feelings about being dead in one world and alive in another - and battling his way towards Roland and the ka-tet in which Jake truly belongs - are depicted so well, both in words and graphics. I was especially pleased to see a reference to lobstrosities - my affection for these terrors is unlimited. It is a joy to be able to continue to revisit this series as much and as often as possible - 4000+ words and 35 years (as of June 10) after falling for Roland, some of us still can't get enough. I was 13 when my grandmother, in all innocence, bought me The Gunslinger, and it remains one of my longstanding favorites. Not a bad way to prepare for adolescence . . .
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