Dark Tower Long Road Home #2,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written By Robin Furth & Peter David
Art & Cover By Jae Lee & Richard Isanove
Variant Cover By Quesada
Sketch Variant Cover By Jae Lee
Roland's spirit is trapped inside Maerlyn's sinister Grapefruit and is taken on a terrifying journey to the outer reaches of End-World...to the harsh domain called Thunderclap! Back in Mid-World, Roland's ka-tet is pursued by the Hambry posse which intends to kill them all before they are able to cross the Xay River on their journey home. Revenge will soon be at hand for Eldred Jonas and the Big Coffin Hunters.
REVIEW by Brian Fisher
I've admitedly never read the Dark Tower book series ( I've actually just started reading "The Gunslinger"), but having read the first mini-series from Marvel, Gunslinger Born, and two issues into the second, Long Road Home, it really seem like these stories are right up my alley. The stories are bizarre, innovative and intellegent and these stories are definitely not for those looking for escapism. They're dark and disturbing and thought-provoking on a level that a genre bending book like this has never been before, in my experience. This is definitely ground breaking stuff and I would immediately recommend this book.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams