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The Dark Tower, Volume 5: Battle of Jericho Hill - Community Reviews back

by Peter David, Stephen King, Richard Ianove, Jae Lee, Robin Furth
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 3 years ago
This was another beautiful installment in the Dark Tower series. The artwork is stunning, even though I am missing Jae Lee. Taking place 9 years after the fall of Gilead, we pick up the ka-tet attempting to stand against the forces of evil at Jericho Hill. This is where it all happens, (no spoi...
Ex libris de librum vermis
Ex libris de librum vermis rated it 6 years ago
Battle of Jericho Hill suffers from uninventive and empty story barely improved by two pages artwork throughout. There is even rehashing of same betrayal plot as in Fall of Gilead. One of the things that is particularly painful in this issue is the difference between Gilead before and after the fall...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 7 years ago
I knew this one was going to be a tough read, but I honestly expected most of it to come from the death of Alain. His death, described in just a couple sentences in the books, was a gutpunch - to have come so far with his friends only to be accidentally gunned down by them?But his happened so fast -...
TheBecks
TheBecks rated it 8 years ago
Yet another great edition of this graphic novel series. This one is the origin, the start of the official "Dark Tower" quest, wherein Roland sets the goal and he and his ka-tet go about trying to attain it. They don't even come close, of course. Nine years later, they've come right back around to wh...
Booklog
Booklog rated it 10 years ago
Robin Furth has put forth an admirable effort over the course of this series. She mimics the voice well enough (you can almost hear King's voice in the narration), and has filled out the gaps in the story left by King, but I guess I just got used to the novel format and the depth that it provides. ...
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