The final graphic novel in The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger series was not adapted from part Stephen King's The Gunslinger novel or a related story, it is a series of shorts, a few "last shots" into the world before the end. Last Shots had everything I have come to love and expect from The Dark Tower graphic novels. The art, the stories, were fantastic.
There were three stories in the slim volume. The first story, Sheemie's Tale , was about the special young man who Roland first encounters in Hambry, in the fourth Dark Tower novel, and then among the Breakers in the final novel. Sheemie's story was tied to Roland's for longer than Roland ever knew. In his mind, Sheemie calls to Roland to save him. The second, Evil Ground, takes place before The Little Sisters of Eluria and The Battle for Jericho Hill. It's nice to see Roland and his friends again. So Fell Lord Perth is the final story. It's a look at how it all began, Gilead and Arthur Eld. I loved reading these stories for a lot of the same reasons I enjoyed The Wind Through The Keyhole. I loved revisiting Roland and the world of The Dark Tower. One thing I appreciate about Last Shots, is that I think even if you haven't read anything else Dark Tower related, this little collection of stories would be enjoyable, just a taste of that world. I'm looking forward to the graphic novel adaptations of the second Dark Tower novel, The Drawing of the Three. There will be something new to feed my Dark Tower addiction, Last Shots isn't the end.