Well worth the price of admission for anyone who loves Westerns, Fantasy and Horror with characters both compelling and cringe-worthy. The Dark Tower in comics form is a legend in the making on top of the legend thats gone before. Read Full Review
But to be fair, this issue was probably the best one since the first. Things actually happened. People got shot. A monster ate some bad guys. Something really bad happened to Susan (I dont think that needs a spoiler, since it was kind of obvious from the beginning that something bad was going to happen to her). And Roland is no more. Hes The Gunslinger now, I guess. It all happened pretty fast, after waiting around for six issues doing next to nothing. So not exactly a satisfying experience for the series as a whole, but this issue wasnt bad. The art kicks it up above average in my rating. Read Full Review
This limited series has been a great seller for Marvel, and I see a great hardcover complete with even more extras on the horizon for this title. If it sells some more Dark Tower novels for a writer I admire greatly, super. If I were to evaluate this series for what it could turn into, or base it on my love of the character in those books, I might not rate it so low. Instead, I am left thinking what could have been and uninterested in the next series to come out in February. Read Full Review
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