Concept Art Gives Us Our First Look At Ron Howard's Troubled Dark Tower

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Last we heard, Ron Howard was still hoping to make his ambitious adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower. But even if the project never gets off the ground, we now have some idea of how Howard's sets might have looked.

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Gregory Hill, who worked with on The Dark Tower before Universal suspended production on the project, has shared his environmental concept art online, giving us a peek at some potential versions of King's world.

Up top is the Dogan and below is Manni Village:

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The Thinny:

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Devar Toi:

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Tull:

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A Harrier near the Speaking Ring:

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The Speaking Ring:

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The Dark Tower [Gregory Hill via Comic Book Art]

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Cool, so io9ers - is this series worth reading? It's one of those I've always "meant" to start, but never got around to it. Over the years I've heard everything from excellent to tedious to overwrought and all sorts of things in between. I'd love to hear some of your opinions. Thanks in advance!