The Dark Tower, Volume 1: The Gunslinger Born
Book Details: Format: Hardcover Publication Date: 11/21/2007 Pages: 240
Publication Date: 11/21/2007
Publish date: 7 listopada 2007
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Stephen King's The Dark Tower - Graphic Novel series (#1)
I absolutely adored this graphic novel. The artwork was STUNNING! It seems that the graphic novels tell the story quite differently than the books do. Having just listened to most of The Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass, the story of Susan Delgado and Rhea of Coos is still fresh in my mind. Their stor...
This is a graphic novel adaptation of the tale Roland tells of his youth to the Ka-tet during Wizard and Glass, which has always stood out as one of the highlights of the series to me.The artwork is of a very high standard and the style suits the tone perfectly. Naturally, many of the details are me...
The graphic novel version of the flashback that takes up a majority of Dark Tower 4 is a worthy version, slightly different and a little quicker meaning the characters outside the main group don't tend to get a lot of page time. But what's there is both faithful and engaging, with Jae Lee's art prov...
Along with the previous graphic novel I read, The Gunslinger Born was another clearanced item at the same comic shop, this time for only $2. I was surprised, so I asked the clerk if I was reading that correctly, and he told me that Marvel had over-printed the book and gave them about 50 copies, fre...
The Gunslinger story told chronologically, this series starts with material pulled from book IV, Wizard and Glass, the same book that ended my interest in the Dark Tower. If you liked book IV, I see no reason why you wouldn't like this.