This is a magnificent issue to get acquainted with Stephen King's Dark Tower. This issue's introduction summarizes what has taken place so far and places this story-arc in the right context for Dark Tower aficionados.
The art and the writing are at the highest level as it has been throughout this series.
It is remarkable how the we have seen the growth of young Roland transforming himself finally to the gunslinger of the novels. It has been masterfully done leaving us to wonder where the time has gone.
Roland continues to pursue the man in black across endless towns and deserts. This quest is classic in fantasy adventures and works well here too.
This comic is full of classic scenes, such as the rider on a mule treading through dry land and the small ghost town with scared people and saloons bulging with lost souls needing what little company they can get from a whiskey bottle. So enters the gunslinger into Tull and to a barmaids dreams.