At first glance, the Reverend Jesse Custer doesn’t look like anyone special-just another small-town minister slowly losing
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it was amazing
Preacher has so much graphic violence that the makers of the Saw movies can’t read it without projectile vomiting.
Preacher has such profane language that Chris Rock would cover his ears if he heard it.
Preacher has acts of sexual perversions so disgusting that Larry Flynt once said he would have never taken his case to the Supreme Court if he knew that this was the kind of stuff that would get published.
But damn, is it a great story.
Jesse Custer, a reluctant redneck minister in a tiny Texas town
really liked it
I read that Seth Rogan is trying to make either a show or movie from this. Lawd Help.
Reverend Jesse Custer is just a Texas preacher-then at a service he bonds with a spirit force named Genesis that makes him be able to get people to do as he asks..just by saying it. He teams up with his gun toting ex-lover Tulip and Booze hound Vampire named Cassidy. And dudes..these are the good guys.
I need the rest of these books..Ri
it was amazing
So great! I mean, if it hadn’t been for just watching the first season of the TV series, I probably never would have picked this up to read, but then I would have been missing out on more irreverent goodness!
Believe it or not, this picks up right at the end of the first season’s action, although, all the character building has already been done on the show, so I’m rearing to go and ready to see what comes next. Thankfully, there’s plenty to enjoy!
The Saint of Murderers is great and the bits abou