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Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Alamo' Hold Up Today?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Alamo' Hold Up Today?
As someone who thought she was a dude in the late 1990s, Preacher was the comic I looked forward to every month more than any other. As someone who knows she isn’t a dude in the mid-2010s, I’m looking back on this series and examining what still works, what doesn’t work, and what its lasting legacy is. This week: it's all over. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon --- with Pamela Rambo on colors, Clem Robbins doing the lettering, and Alex Alonso editing the whole deal --- set their pencils down with "Alamo," and their final word on the series asks us: who deserves salvation, who has earned damnation, and does it even make a difference in the end?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'All Hell's A-Coming' Hold Up Today?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'All Hell's A-Coming' Hold Up Today?
In the eighth Preacher collection, All Hell's A-Coming, Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon --- with colors by Pamela Rambo and Patricia Mulvilhill, and letters by Clem Robbins --- start gathering their plot threads together; we finally get some backstory that helps illuminate a divisive major character, and we explore the dark side of the American dream of the second chance.
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Salvation' Hold Up Today?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Salvation' Hold Up Today?
In this installment, Preacher faces controversy, and not for the usual reasons – but rather, because everyone argues over whether this arc truly serves the story. Salvation, by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, with colors by Pamela Rambo and letters by Clem Robbins, is often considered the runt of the Preacher litter of trade paperbacks. Is it a misstep for the series, a needed divergence, or something else entirely?
NECA Spreads the Gospel of AMC's Preacher With New Figure Series
NECA Spreads the Gospel of AMC's Preacher With New Figure Series
It's been something like 15 or 16 years since the last time there were new Preacher action figures available. To be fair, Preacher action figures were a bit of a hard sell back at the turn of the century, and with the comic ending around the same time, any hope of more Preacher figures ended shortly after. That is, until this year when AMC started airing its television adaptation of the Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon comic. Now, thanks to NECA, the cast of Preacher is back in in figure form for the first time in over a decade. And they're kicking things off with the main man and his toucan vamp, Jesse Custer and Cassidy.
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Dixie Fried' Hold Up Today?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Dixie Fried' Hold Up Today?
As someone who thought she was a dude in the late 1990s, Preacher was the comic I looked forward to every month more than any other. As someone who knows she isn’t a dude in the mid-2010s, I’m looking back on this series and examining what still works, what doesn’t work, and what its lasting legacy is. In Dixie Fried the cast starts to settle into a routine, and one of the greatest strengths of the series comes to the fore, even as characters turn out to be not what they seem and the series’ perspective on religion turns out to be more nuanced than expected. Dixie Fried was written by Garth Ennis, drawn by Steve Dillon, and features colors by Matt Hollingsworth, Pamela Rambo, and James Sinclair, letters by Clem Robbins, and was edited by Axel Alonso.
'Preacher' Season 1, Episode 10: 'Call and Response'
'Preacher' Season 1, Episode 10: 'Call and Response'
AMC’s Preacher follows small-town Texas pastor Jesse Custer, his former partner-in-crime Tulip, and a foul-mouthed Irish vampire named Cassidy as they attempt to find God in a godless world. Matt Wilson, a devotee of the Vertigo comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, and Elle Collins, a returning parishioner with a dose of skepticism, are checking in to see what they find on the dusty trail in ComicsAlliance’s new recap series, Gospel Truth. In this week’s season finale, “Call and Response,” Jesse and Tulip finally get their hands on an old partner, Jesse calls up God, and everything changes. Sam Catlin wrote and directed the episode.
'Preacher' Confirms Explosive Season 1 Fates, New Villain
'Preacher' Confirms Explosive Season 1 Fates, New Villain
And lo, the first season of AMC’s Preacher has come to an end with Sunday’s “Call and Response” finale, moving beyond the small Texas town of Annville to the comics’ road trip to find God. Said exit came with an explosive ending for many of the characters Season 1 had introduced us to, now confirmed by showrunner Sam Catlin, while Season 2's biggest bad may in fact be someone we’ve already glimpsed.
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Ancient History' Hold Up Today?
Preacher Ma'am: How Does 'Ancient History' Hold Up Today?
As someone who thought she was a dude in the late 1990s, Preacher was the comic I looked forward to every month more than any other. As someone who knows she isn’t a dude in the mid-2010s, I’m looking back on this series and examining what still works, what doesn’t work, and what its lasting legacy is. This week, it's a break from the regular series as writer Garth Ennis and editor Julie Rottenberg assemble a series of one-shots set in the Preacher expanded universe. What will different artistic styles bring to the table, and what can the tone of each one --- from frivolous to a serious as a tombstone --- tell us about how well fiction ages?
'Preacher' Considered James Franco as Jesse Custer
'Preacher' Considered James Franco as Jesse Custer
Preacher had languished in development hell long enough for every actor to end up fancast in the title role at one point or another, but James Franco might seem a stretch, no matter how much range he shows in a given year. The attachment of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg to AMC’s Preacher changed that, but how close did Franco get to the role Dominic Cooper inevitably won?

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