As much as the script improves this month, the art also helps carry Treachery to new heights. It's hard for me to ever find much fault with Jae Lee and Richard Isanove's work in these books. Together, they've come up with the definitive portrayal of Mid-World. The only real change comes from the variety in settings and locales. I feel like issue #3 allows the two artists to stretch their muscles a bit more. We see characters only shown in barest glimpses before, like gunslinger drill sergeant Cort and Roland's mother Gabrielle. We see entirely new locales that offer a great deal more variety than the simple, relatively cheery backdrop of Gilead. Lee and Isanove are always good, and it's really just a matter of how good at any given point in time. The same goes for the book as a whole. The dark Tower comics are always good, no matter what faults I may find at times. This issue just shows the series in one of its better moments. Read Full Review
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