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  • tracy harnish

    Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born - comic book prequel to The Gunslinger overseen by Stephen King Best sci if series with a uncomfortable twist. One of my favorite series ever.

  • Lisa Baird-Conklin

    Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born- I haven't really gotten in to reading graphic novels. This is a beautiful book to look at but it doesn't draw me in like regular books do.

  • Mellysa Newell

    I've never actually read the Dark Tower series by Stephen King, but these graphic novels based on his stories are just fantastic. Some of the most beautiful artwork I've ever seen in comic form, too.

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