Read God Country Online Free - SOUTHERN BASTARDS meets American Gods in a high-stakes fantasy series that masterfully blends high-octane action and jaw-dropping worldbuilding.
In GOD COUNTRY, readers meet Emmett Quinlan, an old widower rattled by dementia. Emmett isn't just a problem for his children--his violent outbursts are more than the local cops can handle. When a tornado levels his home--as well as the surrounding West Texas town--a restored Quinlan rises from the wreckage.
An enchanted sword at the eye of the storm gives him more than a sound mind and body, however. He's now the only man who can face these otherworldly creatures the sword has drawn down to the Lone Star State...
In GOD COUNTRY salvation is a double-edged sword.
Collects GOD COUNTRY #1-6
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
August 08, 2017
An old dude with Alzheimer’s somehow has a Final Fantasy-type giant magical sentient sword that cures his horrible disease while he holds it – but a space wizard villain something wants it back for reasons. Stupid fighting ensues!
God Country is a pretty boring comic. Too much of it is clichéd and...
January 04, 2018
This was an OK comic: old guy with Alzheimer's gets this big ass sword that cures him but the god who owns the sword wants it back...well, it is kind of predictable after that. The characters are relatively superficial (arguably, the most interesting character is the sword itself), even if the ar...
July 31, 2017
"Long time ago, out in West Texas, there was this storm..."
What a brilliant deep fried fantasy! I've never read anything like it. There's action, drama, depth, and fantastical artwork. And god battles in Texas? Bring it on!
What's it about? Emmett Quinlan has Alzheimer's and a dangerous temper. Ou...
July 20, 2017
In a remote part of Texas, Roy is trying to juggle between taking care of Emmet, his father suffering from Alzheimers, and his wife and young daughter. He's failing at both when a tornado appears and leaves a demon and the God of Swords behind. Emmit picks up the sword and instantly gets his memo...
January 14, 2018
There's a 12 ft. tall talking sword in this book.
I was really surprised with this one. I guess my expectations were pretty low...and holy hell were they ever blown out of the water.
This one fired on all cylinders for me. The art was awesome. There were splash pages scattered throughout the v...
October 09, 2017
Se agradece una historia contada en solo seis números y no tener que leer interminables arcos preparados para ser recopilados en un retapado. La premisa es sencilla pero original, el dibujo cumple de sobra y es bastante potente y espectacular cuándo es necesario. Creo que tiene su dosis justa de...
January 13, 2018
Great artwork and story idea but it seemed too rushed to be a great story. If this could have had more time to develope this could have been better.
August 25, 2017
It's a damned shame there isn't a rating higher than five stars.
This is, by far, the single most beautiful story I've read in quite some time. The art is almost as busy as the pace is fast, but with a fairly simple through-line in the plot it never feels difficult to follow.
The voice of the narr...
October 13, 2017
I thought this one was a perfectly middle of the road graphic novel. A demented man from Texas gains a giant, magical, speaking, video-game looking sword that returns to him his mind whole. The concept is pretty interesting at face value, but fails to live up to the promise of its premise pretty...
January 11, 2018
I began reading this series when it was first released, but then after the first few issues I let it go -- or didn't get to it -- and decided to wait for the trade. I enjoyed this miniseries well enough, but I don't feel as enthusiastic about it as many people do. In fact, I've heard a number of...