The Dark Tower comics continue to be one of the best $4 values in the entire industry and issue #2 of Treachery is no different. An intriguing character introduction with a clever spin on the gunslinger motto plus great character development for the existing cast as well as two awesome supplemental pieces involving the Dark Tower world: there is a lot to enjoy here. Read Full Review
If anything, Treachery strikes me as a a story languishing between one big development and the next. With Roland's diminished presence, a seemingly pointless glimpse into the lives of the other gunslingers, and an all-too-brief look at Roland's father, Treachery is a comic lacking in focus. I'm sure many will argue that I simply need to give the story more time. I'd argue in turn that two issues are ample time to communicate the story's core conflict. I have no idea what ultimate direction Treachery is headed in. Perhaps the writers have more ambitious plans in store. I certainly hope they do. But until they prove as much I'll continue to be worried. Read Full Review
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