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Exclusive Extended Preview: ROBERT JORDAN’S WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD #24

Find out what's about to happen in this week's issue.

The adaptation of Robert Jordan's WHEEL OF TIME continues. Based on a series of fantasy books, the latest issue of the comic is in stores this week and Dynamite Entertainment has given us an exclusive extended preview.

Be sure to check out the rest of the the previews to this week's books here.

ROBERT JORDAN’S WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD #24

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +

Written by ROBERT JORDAN, CHUCK DIXON

Art and cover by ANDIE TONG

Robert Jordan's fantasy epic continues here! Rand and Mat are running themselves ragged, unable to afford lodging or food, and unable to perform for any money without attracting darkfriends... but they are close, so close, to Caemlyn. It's the last village before the city, and evil is lurking everywhere especially in their dreams. Will they make it to the city before they're found out?

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Posted by revbucky

Nice preview of a continuing saga. Thanks Tony.

Posted by Rowen545

Thanks Tony, read the first four books so I've been lightly monitoring the series. Seems to be pretty accurate to what happens in the books. Cool seeing the story in a new medium. 

Posted by CrimsonCake

For once I actually tried reading something other then Marvel or Dc and this was the story I decided to read...I do not regret it.

Posted by SuperShafe

I still can't decide wether to read these or not, i love the books so much that i'm afraid of these being bad.

Posted by shawn87

I just read Eye Of The World last month. I still have to finish reading the rest of the series. I have the rest of the books sitting on my shelf waiting for me. This looks pretty cool. I wouldnt mind reading it in comic form

Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Simply amazing I say. I definitely want to at least check this out, because I get such a LOTR vibe from it.

Posted by aztek_the_lost

@SuperShafe said:

I still can't decide wether to read these or not, i love the books so much that i'm afraid of these being bad.

unless the part you love about the books is imagining things for yourself, I don't think you should have a problem, I've read both and they seem pretty true to the adaption, I mean (before he died) Robert Jordan was even actively helping with this stuff I believe so I think the idea is like word-for-word adaptions with pictures added similar to Anita Blake over at Marvel

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Posted by ReVamp

The books are amazing.

Posted by KidSupreme

@ReVamp said:

The books are amazing.

I agree