House of Cards #4 Now Available
June 10th, 2015 6:10:00 am

The fourth issue of The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three - House of Cards is now available!

It’s Eddie and Roland versus the world as the gangland war with Balazar’s men reaches its bloody climax! Eddie Dean’s hit a point of no return - and when his rage comes to a boil, no one is safe! What doors will be opened when there’s nothing left to lose?

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The Prisoner Omnibus - Now Available
March 10th, 2015 9:00:00 am

Marvel has now published The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three - The Prisoner as a paperback Omnibus.

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The Prisoner #5 - Now Available
December 23rd, 2014 9:00:00 am

Marvel's adaptation ofThe Drawing of the Three continues with The Prisoner #5, now available in comic book shops and on

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House of Cards #1 Cover Revealed
December 15th, 2014 11:36:45 am

Marvel has granted exclusive permission to reveal the cover for The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – House of Cards #1.

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The Prisoner Now Underway
September 3rd, 2014 11:30:24 am

The long-awaited continuation of Marvel’s Dark Tower series is officially underway! Written by Robin Furth and Peter David, The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #1 is now available in comic book shops and as a digital download from Comixology.

Featuring cover artwork by Julian Totino Tedesco and interior artwork by Piotr Kowalski and Nick Filardi, The Prisoner #1 kicks off a thrilling and emotional five-part series sure to please the Constant Reader.

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The Prisoner #5 Cover Revealed
September 3rd, 2014 11:18:09 am

Marvel creative director Bill Rosemann has shared the cover artwork for The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #5. Fans of Stephen’s epic eight-part series will immediately recognize Julian Totino Tedesco’s rendering of one of the most notable monsters in all of the Dark Tower lore.

“Crawling from the surf and coming for your extremities: It’s a living, breathing Lobstrosity!” said Rosemann. “This issue brings Eddie Dean face-to-claw not only with this nightmarish creature, but also with his destiny. This may be the conclusion to The Prisoner, but something tells me our journeys are just beginning.”

Prisoner #1 is now available in Comic Book shops nationwide and is available as a digital download from Comixology.

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Discordia Login Bug Resolved
April 29th, 2014 10:12:56 am

The account login issues with Discordia have been resolved. Users can once again save their progress and return to the experience at a later time.  We apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused. 

The Complete Concordance - Updated and Revised Editon Now Available
November 6th, 2012 9:44:37 am

Robin Furth's definitive guidebook to The Dark Tower Series has been updated to include revised characters and genealogies, magical objects and forces, maps and more.

Perhaps most importantly, the new edition of The Complete Concordance includes new information regarding the recently released Wind Through the Keyhole.

With a forward by Stephen and tons of new and revised content, The Complete Concordance is the comprehensive guidebook no DT fan should be without. - Now Available

The Ultimate Dark Tower Series Collector's Prize
September 18th, 2012 10:22:12 am

SWEEPSTAKES CLOSED  - Scribner is now holding "The Ultimate Dark Tower Series Collector's Prize" sweepstakes online.  Visit their site for more details about prizes and contest rules. Best of luck!

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Warner Brothers Passes on Dark Tower Series (UNOFFICIAL NEWS)
August 21st, 2012 2:00:52 pm

UPDATE: According to, it appears that Media Rights Capital (MRC) is now "in serious talks" to fund Imagine's Dark Tower project.

This news comes on the heels of MRC's break-out success with this summer'sTed. This should be welcome news to the Constant Reader as Tedhas proven to be a highly successfull R-rated film that contains flawless CGI and human interaction. More news as it happens.

Online news sources including Entertainment Weekly and The Hollywood Reporter have posted that Warner Brothers has officially passed on Imagine Entertainment's long troubled adaptation of The Dark Tower series.  

While no single reason was given for the studios withdrawal, it appears that most insiders believe that series would require a strong R rating that would greatly cut into the profitability of creating such an expensive mega-franchise.

Additionally, the constant reader will learn, no final version of the script was ever agreed upon by all team members regardless of the studios official decline.

When asked about the status of the project, Stephen commented that there is still much interest in the project and that news regarding the series should be announced this fall.

We'll post more updates as they become available. (Ron Howard and Brian Grazer have yet to comment on Warner's decision.)