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- Print Length: 1072 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0340836172
- Publisher: Scribner; Reprint edition (September 21, 2004)
- Publication Date: September 21, 2004
- Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
- Language: English
- ASIN: B000FC294I
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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5 out of 5 stars for that.
The art work is great, although most sections are backgroundless, so you get a different feel for the environments that the story should be depicting, most of the backgrounds are just smokey looking and changes the whole feel for the story ( as compared to Stephen Kings written story, which this volume covers Rolands Story of his past that he told his companions/ka-tet in the book Wizzard and Glass book 4 of the Dark Tower series.) so for art I would give it
4 out of 5 stars,
it's amazingly done but I just don't like how it changes the environments by not having backgrounds.
Now, the biggest problem with this that I found, which is the only reason I gave it 3 stars, was Robin Furth RUINS the whole story line. A lot of people say she knows more about Dark Tower than Stephen King himself, she wrote a great commentary for the novel series, but I wish she would of been kept off of this project for Gunslinger Born. She changes key parts of the story, she changes character personalities for the worst, she just over all ruins the story ( which was drawn out, and slow to start in the novel, but over all a great story in the Novel Wizzard and Glass by Stephen King)
And aside from what ruinous changes Robbins Furth made to the story, Marvel cut it too short, they gave this story basically the same length as they gave the extremely short story of the battle of tull, found in the first book the Gunslinger by Stephen King. This story arc of gunslinger born deserved at least 5 volumes preferably 6 with 30-32 issues in order to fully tell the story with all its aspects of mystery suspense and it's large catalog of characters, as well as the love story aspect involved in this. Everything is rushed and massive parts of the story are skipped over. For the story I give it
2 out of 5 stars. ( almost went with 1 star :-/) .
But over all, I am glad I bought it, and also glad I bought the omnibus set as well as the next volume The Long Road Home, and I still plan on collecting the rest of this series. I plan to buy the rest of the volumes as well as the second Omnibus and also hope they turn the 3rd set in this series, drawing of the 3, into another omnibus. If your a collector of Stephen King, or just Dark Tower it's nice to have. So far I've only read this volume and should be getting my Omnibus and the next volume tomorrow in the mail, I'm excited for that as well as the rest of the story in the Second Omnibus and it's volumes. I hope the story's following Gunslinger Born is better than this one, and I expect they will be, because their telling smaller stories in the volumes after this one. I know Marvel did an excellent series when they did the Stand ( but Robin Furth wasn't a part of that lol).
I was sucked in by King's efforts to bring us a multi-verse filled with all the adventures and all the characters he cast. Sucked in enough to buy books two at a time because I didn't want to stop reading. What he accomplished was amazing and this is a series I will definitely re-read after my siblings finish them. If you are on the fence about dropping a few bucks for these books, know that they are worth every penny.
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