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If you are into the Preacher graphic novel series you may want to check out this volume 3.
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2021
The weird adventures of Reverend Jesse Custer, his girlfriend Tulip and his vampire strange friend Cassidy continue in book three of the Preacher graphic novel series by Barth Ennis and Steve Dillon. There is a conflict of interest between Tulip and Cassidy concerning their relationship in this book, which I will not reveal in this review.
This volume is organized into nine chapters. The first chapter, “One Saint of Killers” I really enjoyed because it takes place in the early west and the bounty hunter in this chapter reminded me of the Jonah Hex character, which I love.
The other chapters in this graphic tale includes: Blood and whiskey, three gun chicks, rumors of war, old familiar faces, good times rolling, underworld, snakes in the grass, and price of night. There is also a Preacher Gallery by Glenn Fabry in this volume.
I must mention that reading the conversations between Tulip and her girlfriend, Amy concerning the Tulip’s conflict about her and Jessie got to be tedious and boring; nevertheless, I thought over all this was an entertaining read.
If you are a fan of the Preacher graphic novel series you may want to check out this #3 volume.
Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Hanbo-Jutsu: Use of the Hanbo, Cane, Walking Stick and Baton for self-defense)