"The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed." With those famous first words, inspired by Robert Browning's Childe Roland and Sergio Leone's film, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and typed on an old Underwood in 1970, King penned the initial words of this long detailed account over thirty years in the completion. "Many of my fictions," King reflected, "refer back to Roland's world and Roland's story. My idea was to use the Dark Tower stories as a kind of summation, a way of unifying as many of my previous stories as possible."
This partial matching set includes the following four volumes:
Donald M. Grant 1997. Stephen King "The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass" Signed Limited Edition #778 of 1,250. Limited edition of 1,250 slipcased copies numbered, and signed by Stephen King and Dave McKean. Very Fine without any flaws.
Donald M. Grant. 2003. Stephen King "The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla" Signed Limited Edition #778 of 1350. Limited edition of 1,350 slip-cased copies numbered, and signed by Stephen King along with the artist Bernie Wrightson. Issued in two volumes contained in a single slipcase. Very Fine without any flaws.
Donald M. Grant. 2004. Stephen King "The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah" Signed Limited Edition #778 of 1400. Limited edition of 1,400 slip-cased copies, numbered and signed by Stephen King along with the illustrator Darrel Anderson. Issued in a single volume with slipcase. Very Fine without any flaws.
Donald M. Grant. 2004. Stephen King "The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower" Signed Limited Edition #778 of 1500. Limited edition of 1,500 slip-cased copies, numbered and signed by Stephen King along with the illustrator Michael Whelan. Issued in two volumes with slipcase. Very Fine without any flaws, with the original number sticker on the slipcase
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