THE DARK TOWER: THE BATTLE OF JERICHO HILL
Written by ROBIN FURTH
Art by JAE LEE
In the course of seven novels, Stephen King creates a vast and complex world for Roland Deschain, Guardian of the White, and the last Gunslinger in the Line of Eld. However, in spite of the author’s attention to detail, there are still gaps in our knowledge of the history of the character, and what propels him to seek the Dark Tower, seemingly to the ruin of all else. Fortunately, writer Robin Firth and artists Jae Lee and Richard Isanove have been called in to fill in some of the gaps in Roland’s past. In The Battle of Jericho Hill, a crucial, if somewhat painful, piece of the puzzle gets fit into place.
Firth’s storyline, Lee’s lifelike pencilings, Isanove’s intriguing use of color, and, of course, King’s memorable characters, make The Battle of Jericho Hill a must read for any fan not only of the world of Roland Deschain, but anyone who loves a great story of courage, revenge, and dedication.
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