Preacher: Gone to Texas
Garth Ennis /Steve Dillon and Glenn Fabry, illustrators Reverend Jesse Custer has a missio -; to find God, who has disappeared from heaven. Armed with a peculiar moral code and a voice that must be obeyed. Custer joins up with his gun toting former girlfriend and a hard drinking Irish vampire to take on an indestructible gunfighter called the Saint of Killers and bring down a grisly serial killer. The result is a wildly horrific thriler in the vein of 'Pulp Fiction'.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kmajort - LibraryThing
Took me a long time to get around to reading this. When Preacher came out I was big into Hellblazer, and despite the similarities did not want to switch camps. But all in good time. Will be reading more of this asap. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Stahl-Ricco - LibraryThing
"You're lookin' for God- where the hell're you supposed to start?" Ahh... the Preacher! After watching two seasons of the tv show, it was good to go back and read this again! And it totally holds up! AND, of course, it's better than the show - by far! Praise to you Reverend Jesse Custer! Read full review