The Dark Tower, Volume 4: Fall of Gilead
A horrified Steven Deschain learns that the deadly seeing sphere called Maerlyn's Grapefruit has been stolen from his chambers! Far worse, when he enters his wife's room to arrest her for the theft, his son Roland is standing over her body with a gun in his hand. The youngest gunslinger has... show more
A horrified Steven Deschain learns that the deadly seeing sphere called Maerlyn's Grapefruit has been stolen from his chambers! Far worse, when he enters his wife's room to arrest her for the theft, his son Roland is standing over her body with a gun in his hand. The youngest gunslinger has perhaps committed the most hideous crime of all! Continuing the epic saga based on the best-selling Dark Tower novels by the master Stephen King. Collects Dark Tower: The Fall of Gilead #1-6, and Sorcerer.
Publish date: February 17th 2010
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Stephen King's The Dark Tower - Graphic Novel series (#4)
Not too much to say here. We get to see Gilead before it's fall. Constant Readers know about some of the events if you have read the other Dark Tower books. We have Roland reeling from killing his mother and Cort on his deathbed. Oh Roland. He is really a tragic figure. I know that King took insp...
Oh god, this book. This is what I've been waiting for since I started reading the first issue of the first mini.I always knew this could not end well. We know from the books that it ends with the deaths of Roland's family and friends, the destruction of his home and the victory of the villain of the...
Another awesome installment of this series. I really love these graphic novels, and I love the extension of the Dark Tower story told through them. The artwork is fantastic in these, and I love the tone and the wry humor that comes through the narration. There's a distinct tone to these that doesn't...
I just cannot get enough of Roland, Mid-World, or the Gunslingers. The Marvel series of comics/graphic novels really does a great job of fleshing out Gilead and Roland's life as a teenager, while still keeping King's tone of the books. Highly recommended for all Dark Tower fans.
They changed the artist. Fail. This series is being written by Robin Furth, not Stephen King, which creates an understandable bit of confusion as to what is official Dark Tower canon and what is not (although King does give his approval to the series and I'm sure he's involved in the production som...