Dark Tower: Sorcerer #1

Dark Tower: Sorcerer #1

Writer: Robin Furth Artist: Richard Isanove Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 15, 2009 Critic Reviews: 2
8.1Critic Rating
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A very special stand alone issue probing deeply into the incredible life of Marten Broadcloak. We learn his deadly secret agenda and true goal is not to serve the Crimson King, but to climb to the top of the Dark Tower itself and become the overlord of all existence! Written by Robin Furth, the guiding force behind the Dark Tower series and illustrated by Richard Isanove whose stunning coloring on Dark Tower has helped make every issue a work of art. This is an instant collector's item no Stephen King fan can afford to be without! One-Shot/Cardstock Cover/Parental Advisory…$3.99 ©2008 Stephen King. All rights reserved.

  • 8.2
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Apr 15, 2009

    Despite the pain of losing Lee, I'm convinced the Dark Tower comics will be able to soldier on as before. The biggest drawback of Dark Tower: Sorcerer #1 is the absence of peter David's snappy dialogue, and that won't be a problem when The Fall of Gilead debuts in a few weeks. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Apr 14, 2009

    Far from being the inconsequential one-shot that I expected, this issue is one of the most enjoyable Dark Tower comics in quite a while, and one that proves that both Robin Furth and Richard Isanove are more than capable of writing and illustrating the book in the absence of their usual collaborators. I'd be happy to see more of these one-shot stories produced in future to fill the gap between minis and flesh out the world of the Dark Tower books more fully. Read Full Review

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