The Dark Tower, Volume 3: Treachery
The ka-tet of Roland, Alain, and Cuthbert have returned safely to their home in Gilead. But all is not well. Roland has kept the evil Maerlyn's Grapefruit and has become obsessed with peering into its pinkish depths despite the deadly toll it's taken on his health. And what the young gunslinger... show more
The ka-tet of Roland, Alain, and Cuthbert have returned safely to their home in Gilead. But all is not well. Roland has kept the evil Maerlyn's Grapefruit and has become obsessed with peering into its pinkish depths despite the deadly toll it's taken on his health. And what the young gunslinger sees brings him the darkest of nightmares. Meanwhile, Roland's father has led a posse in search of those who threatened his son's life in Hambry - John Farson and the Big Coffin Hunters. And in this encounter, Stephen Deschain's life may be forfeit. This title collects Dark Tower: Treachery numbered 1-6.
Publish date: May 5th 2009
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Post Apocalyptic
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Stephen King's The Dark Tower - Graphic Novel series (#3)
I really wanted Furth to move the story forward a lot more than he did. Maybe if this volume and the previous one were combined I would have felt more. Instead I kept wishing for something to happen. We did get that scene that was shown to us readers in Wizard and Glass though, so that was good.We d...
This series has finally hit its stride with the third volume. The comedy is ratcheted up a bit even as the stakes spiral higher and higher. Aileen just grabbed the place of favorite character within pages of her introduction and I love love LOVE her.
Ooh, things are starting to pick up, starting to get serious, even brutal. There are little bits of the story that we know from the series here, like Roland being absorbed in Maerlyn's Grapefruit and being tricked by it, but the majority of this episode is new. We meet some new characters: Aileen, w...
Like the second collection, Dark Tower The Long Road Home, this was new, original material and it was AWESOME. I can never get enough of Roland and Mid-World and, despite not much face time for Roland himself, this did not disappoint. Recommended for Dark Tower fans.
Finally, we're breaking new ground here. While the last volume of the Dark Tower comic series contained some insight into what was going on with Sheemie in the immediate aftermath of the events in Hambry, this collection really does break into some new territory with the addition of a new character...