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Dark Tower: Treachery

The Dark Tower, Volume 3: Treachery - Peter David, Stephen King, Richard Ianove, Jae Lee, Robin Furth 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, Aileen. I find the addition of a strong-willed girl into Roland's life a welcome complication, and I'm really interested in seeing where this will ultimately lead. The overall arc of the story is laid out already by the events narrated by King in DT 6, as Roland relates to his companions what he did with Maerlyn's Grapefruit upon return to Gilead, and the ultimate fate of his mother. The next volume will have to be brand new material which we haven't seen before....

Oh. And the artwork is awesome.