Read Preacher, Vol. 1: Gone to Texas Online Free - One of the most celebrated comics titles of the late 1990s, PREACHER is a modern American epic of life, death, love and redemption also packed with sex, booze, blood and bullets - not to mention angels, demons, God, vampires and deviants of all stripes.
At first glance, the Reverend Jesse Custer doesn't look like anyone special-just another small-town minister slowly losing his flock and his faith. But he's about to come face-to-face with proof that God does indeed exist. Merging with a bizarre spiritual force called Genesis, Jesse now possesses the power of "the Word," an ability to make people do whatever he utters. He begins a violent and riotous journey across the country in search of answers from the elusive deity.
|Title||:||Preacher, Vol. 1: Gone to Texas|
|Number of Pages||:||199 pages|
August 06, 2016
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 n...
December 25, 2014
This book is something else! Violence, sex, booze and craziness. Sign me up!
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 g...
February 09, 2017
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,...
June 19, 2017
The young woman with the nose stud who took my payment for this in Forbidden Planet (Bristol) said: "You're starting a weird and wonderful journey, enjoy."
She was not wrong. And I did.
The story thrives on a combination of graphic violence, humour, and weirdness. The main character, Jessie, the ep...
November 28, 2012
In my opinion, one of the best things about this series is its beginning.
If you've never read Garth Ennis before, this is a good place to start. Because odds are, you're going to love this series, or hate it. And, by no small twist of fate, odds are that you're also going to either love or hate...
January 06, 2013
This did not go the way I expected at all. I haven’t heard a dissenting voice from anyone about Preacher. Not one, although I’ve not looked at any of the reviews here on goodreads. In fact, I’ve had numerous friends say, “You have to read this book,” and, “Dude, you will love this book,” and sinc...
February 25, 2016
They're making a TV show based on the comic!!! This could be really cool! And it's got this guy (Dominic Cooper) playing the lead character named Jesse Custer.
I can get behind this idea. So this story is about a - yes you guessed it - preacher who is having doubts about his faith. He gets possess...
July 15, 2014
After reading Kemper's awesome review I knew I'd be getting to Preacher eventually -- now after having read the first volume I'm left wondering why the hell did I wait so long?!
It's bloody, gory grit and gasoline pulp Texas style, with demons and angels and a possessed preacher, an Irish vampire...
October 10, 2017
Oh man, I was really expecting to be blown away here, but this was just a colossal disappointment. 😭 So much so, that I'm not sure if I even care to continue—it was a struggle to even make it through this one.
Let's see here . . . two dimension characters, cringe worthy dialog, terrible jokes...
March 26, 2017
Quite a weird book, but intriguing nonetheless and it's worth checking out for the immaculate artwork alone.