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Postmodernism in Stephen King’s Dark Tower

Stephen King is best known as a writer of popular fiction in the genres of horror and fantasy. However, with the creation of his massive… 4,625 more words

Book Review: The Gunslinger

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower I)
By Stephen King

My Edition:
Paperback, 330 pages
2016, Pocket Books
ISBN: 9781501161803

Roland is chasing the man in black across an endless desert. 676 more words

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Hopefully, a Journey to Somewhere: The Gunslinger

This isn’t going to be much of a review of the Stephen King fantasy/western/adventure/pulp hybrid, The Gunslinger, as much as it will just be some thoughts. 527 more words

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A Brilliant Beginning, A Horrible Ending

I’ve written about this before.  I’ll write about it again.

Decades ago, in one of his first collections of short stories, Stephen King published a story called  699 more words

Does a Black Gunslinger Matter? Thoughts on The Dark Tower Adaptation.

Note: This article will contain major spoilers for The Dark Tower novels, so unless you’ve read them or don’t care, you may wish to avert your eyes.  510 more words


The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born Comic Review

You know a movie trailer looks bad ass when you immediately pick up the book that it’s based on and read it! 

Taken place in the Old West, Roland travels from town to town in search of The Man in Black and other adventures, and that I mean curses and death. 224 more words


'The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger' by Stephen King

“Set in a world of extraordinary circumstances, filled with stunning visual imagery and unforgettable characters,  The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s most visionary piece of storytelling that may well be his crowning achievement. 968 more words