Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Evil Ground #1
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Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - Evil Ground #1

Writer: Robin Furth, Peter David Artist: Richard Isanove Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 3, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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While traveling through the Desatoya Mountains towards Eluria, Roland comes across a haunted camp. While there, he relives one of his past adventures, in which he and his ka-tet fought Farson's forces, only to be trapped by supernatural enemies. A fascinating prequel to THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA, and also a return to Roland's much-loved early adventures, EVIL GROUND is a must-read for all Dark Tower fans.

  • 6.2
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Apr 3, 2013

    The one real strength to this Tower side-story is the return of Richard Isanove as penciller. Befitting a book that returns readers to the era of Cuthbert and Alain, Isanove resurrects the tone of those early Tower mini-series. Despite his own obvious talents as a colorist, Isanove's pages are colored by Dean White this time around. This change is a welcome one, as White's moody colors are a perfect fit for King's grimly ethereal world. Dark Tower Fans can rest assured that, even if the story is utterly forgettable, Evil Ground lives up to the high visual standard of the franchise. Read Full Review

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