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The Drawing of the Three: The Prisoner

Discussion in 'The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three' started by Bev Vincent, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. Bev Vincent

    Bev Vincent Well-Known Member

    Here's an article from Entertainment Weekly about the forthcoming graphic novel adaptation of The Drawing of the Three. Part 1 is The Prisoner, and it will be about Eddie Dean.
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    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...I have collected all issues to date Bev, and have found most to be well drawn, scripted and presented-I appreciate the heads up....
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  3. Garriga

    Garriga Well-Known Member

    I'm really looking forward to this.
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  4. Bev Vincent

    Bev Vincent Well-Known Member

    I'm very glad they are releasing these digitally. There isn't a comic shop within 40 miles of me any more, so I always have to order online and pay as much in shipping as the comic itself.
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  5. Bev Vincent

    Bev Vincent Well-Known Member

  6. Tiny

    Tiny RECEIVED:Annoying Questions award

    wow...I might have to buy these and read them ,I read some others and they were too violent for me.
    but I can get over that If I have to.

    LOL..I pictured Ballazzar as a really fat old guy.
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  7. Tiny

    Tiny RECEIVED:Annoying Questions award

    I wanna say A few things , These are my ideas only, just ME.
    please excuse spelling

    First :: the monkey on Eddies back was FIRST his brother Henry and then the demon we all know.
    second:: I have discovered something! I just read the Drawing/3 for the forth time since 1988 or
    whatever, And I have learned something.
    I all ways thought that Jack Mort was the drunk driver that killed Eddies sister.
    I was wrong , I now know who it really was ... it was Balazare ! He killed Eddies sister with
    his Caddalac on a drunken binge. That is when he started doing the bizarre card towers.

    Also 3:: Ive said before tht Eddie went to the bahammas (1986)
    with a safty deposit Key(spoiler book6-7)
    ...Just like the one Jack Chambers
    had in 1999. I believe these were the same key. It was given to Eddie
    in 1986 ...by Balazare but it somehow came from 1999, The only person that knew where
    to find that key was Irene Tassambaum, because she knew about where Jack was buried , (with the key
    in his poket)
    She had no real reason to go dig up a dead body of a kid...unless something she
    read in her copy of "Insomnia" convinced her to. Maybe something - hand scrawled- in the margins
    ...by Mr. King himself. Im talking about maybe a book nine here.

    one other thing- 4:: When Eddie and Roland are wheeling a very nasty and deadly Detta
    down the beach...we never hear how the young lady would have gone to the bathroom.
    King makes no mention of this awkard state of afairs. Detta would have made this process
    a nightmare for the two men.
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2015
  8. Aloysius Nell

    Aloysius Nell Well-Known Member

    OK, based on what? Whatever gave you that idea?

    I have wondered about that, too. I often wonder in novels and movies, when do they go to the bathroom? (Answer: IF AND ONLY IF a plot point will happen in there.) Ah well, artistic license - free pass to Mr. King.
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