Overall, Treachery #1 is another checkmark in the win column for Peter David, Jae Lee, and Marvel. While the issue doesnt give a whole lot of information in the way of the mini-series overall plot, it does do some fantastic world building for Gilead and the books constant supporting cast. But with such strong writing and art Im truthfully more intrigued by the setup to Treachery than the mini-series that preceded it. If you havent read the two previous mini-series (Gunslinger Born and The Long Road Home) go out and get them as well as the first issue to Treachery to find out what everyone continues to rave about. This series is that good. Read Full Review
Perhaps this chapter of Dark Tower isn't quite as immediately arresting as the last two. I can certainly live with that. I had my reservations about the opening of The Long Road Home, and the end product quelled every last one of my fears. I would be foolish not to give the creative team the benefit of the doubt right now. In any case, despite any flaws issue #1 may have, there's no doubt it'll be one of the strongest books of the week. Read Full Review
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