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3rd issues of Stephen King’s Treachery and Captain Trips comics out now

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The third issues of both The Dark Tower: Treachery and The Stand: Captain Trips were released last week. Both series of comics are fantastic comic book adaptations set in the worlds of two of Stephen King’s most loved novels and well worth a look.

Treachery is the third series of a planned five covering the early years of Roland Deschain, the hero of The Dark Tower series of novels. 


And Captain Trips is the first of a planned six covering the epic novel, The Stand.


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Written by Dale Weber

Monday, 17 November, 2008 at 6:13 pm

Latest Stephen King comics out now

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Two new releases by Marvel Comics based on the work of Stephen King hit stores today:


The first issue of The Dark Tower: Treachery will kick off the latest comic book mini-series based on King’s famous The Dark Tower series of novels. It will be the first of six issues. Treachery is the third mini-series set in the world of The Dark Tower, after The Gunslinger Born and The Long Road Home, with two more planned for future release. They are set during the youth of the series’ protagonist Roland Deschain and explore the events that set him on his journey in search of The Dark Tower. The first two series were wonderful, and Treachery looks like to continue those high standards with the amazing artwork by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove a real benchmark in the comic world.


Also released is the first issue of a new mini-series based on one of Kings most famous novels, The Stand. This mini-series, entitled The Stand: Captain Trips, will be the first of a planned five that will cover the entire novel, with each series made up of six issues. With the huge success of the ongoing The Dark Tower comic adaptations, big things will be expected of  Captain Trips and both Stephen King and Marvel Comics will be looking to deliver.

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Written by Dale Weber

Wednesday, 10 September, 2008 at 7:20 pm