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chester brooks

Well-Known Member
Jun 15, 2015
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#1
Is anyone as sad as me when it comes to the dark tower comics? I couldn't keep up. For one I can't afford to buy 70 or more comic books. And the limited editions! Ugh!
This is hands down the best story to ever be told. I wish King would make it a little easier for die hard fans to get hands on this material
I had about 15 of them and they were the coolest comics I have ever seen! The back story on rhea of the coos was so awesome.
I vote for a petition to make these comics available for dirt cheap online! hile Gilead!
 

GNTLGNT

The idiot is IN
Jun 15, 2007
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313,272
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Cambridge, Ohio
#2
Is anyone as sad as me when it comes to the dark tower comics? I couldn't keep up. For one I can't afford to buy 70 or more comic books. And the limited editions! Ugh!
This is hands down the best story to ever be told. I wish King would make it a little easier for die hard fans to get hands on this material
I had about 15 of them and they were the coolest comics I have ever seen! The back story on rhea of the coos was so awesome.
I vote for a petition to make these comics available for dirt cheap online! hile Gilead!
...check Ebay...I have found many copies of the graphic novels there at less than the original cover price...and buy as you can...you'll still be able to build a collection...simple way to do that is concentrate on purchasing and completing a story arc at a time...I've even seen complete or large collections at very reasonable prices on Ebay....
 

Pucker

We all have it coming, kid
May 9, 2010
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#4
I'm of two minds about this.

One the one had, offering the stories to an audience that won't read them any other way is probably a good thing.

But repackaging material that's already been sold over and over again -- particularly by a conglomerate that is already drowning in money -- well . . .
 
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