The Dark Tower, Volume 2: The Long Road Home
It's the return of the best-selling comic book series, inspired by Stephen King's epic The Dark Tower! Gunslinger Roland Deschain has seen the death of his lover Susan Delgado. And the Big Coffin Hunters who burned her at the stake are now in pursuit of Roland and his ka-tet Cuthbert and Alain.... show more
It's the return of the best-selling comic book series, inspired by Stephen King's epic The Dark Tower! Gunslinger Roland Deschain has seen the death of his lover Susan Delgado. And the Big Coffin Hunters who burned her at the stake are now in pursuit of Roland and his ka-tet Cuthbert and Alain. The friends are forced to flee into the desert with the deadly posse in hot pursuit... .and Roland is in a coma! Don't miss the next chapter in the saga of the Gunslinger whose quest for the Dark Tower will shake the foundation of reality itself! Collects Dark Tower: The Long Road Home #1-5.
Publish date: October 15th 2008
Publisher: Marvel Books
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
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Series: Stephen King's The Dark Tower - Graphic Novel series (#2)
Well, this was a disappointment.Following directly on from the first book (which was itself a retelling of a story-within-the-story from Wizard and Glass, the fourth novel in Stephen King's The Dark Tower series) this volume attempts to continue beyond the boundaries set by King's original tale, and...
Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths ReviewsI was killing some time at a Barnes & Nobles bookstore the other day and picked this graphic novel up. I’m a sucker for anything dealing with Roland the Gunslinger, especially back story regarding his younger years, so I figured this was a “can’t miss” for ...
I'm not exactly sure what I think of the writing style in this, the second comic trade of the Dark Tower issues (the first shared this issue, but it wasn't as obvious).Long story short, there's a LOT of narration going on in this book.Not the characters saying things, but some overarching narrator s...
I love the Dark Tower series - let me just say that up front. If you haven't read it, you should. When I haven't read it in a while, I miss the characters, I miss the journey, I miss Mid-world. It's King's magnum opus for a reason, and I cherish every word. I was a bit disappointed with The Gunsling...
Enjoyable because it is set in the world of the Dark Tower (plus the art is phenomenal), but not Stephen King. These comics are a sort of filler of the events narrated in Wizard and Glass and the first Dark Tower book. While Gunslinger Born simply retold the events of Wizard for people new to the ...