Preacher, Volume 7: Salvation

Preacher, Volume 7: Salvation

Written by Garth Ennis Art by Steve Dillon Cover by Glenn Fabry A new edition of the classic collection featuring PREACHER #41-50, in which Jesse Custer becomes the sheriff of a troubled Texas town. This volume includes a cover gallery and reprints issue #50's pin-ups of the PREACHER cast by Jim Lee, Fabry, Tim Bradstreet, John McCrea, Doug Mahnke, and .

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Title:Preacher, Volume 7: Salvation
Author:Garth Ennis
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ISBN:Preacher: Salvation
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Preacher, Volume 7: Salvation Reviews

  • Caroline
    Aug 28, 2009

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

  • Imogen
    Jan 09, 2009

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

  • Eric
    May 17, 2012

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

  • The Flooze
    Jul 01, 2010

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

  • Kemper
    Jul 22, 2009

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

  • Faizah Roslaini
    Nov 02, 2008

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

  • Steve
    Nov 28, 2010

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

  • Jess
    Apr 05, 2011

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

  • Stephen
    Jan 28, 2010

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

    This series has really grown on me, first couple books just wasn't feeling it and thought about throwing in the towel. That said I'm glad I stuck it out because it's been one hell of a ride the last few volumes. ...

    Wheeeeeeee! What a fucking ride! ...

  • Charlie George
    Nov 01, 2008

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

  • Mike
    Aug 27, 2010

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

  • Cassandra Carico
    Aug 05, 2011

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

  • Gef
    Oct 01, 2013

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

  • Devann
    May 01, 2018

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

  • Bradley
    Aug 06, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

  • ***Dave Hill
    Nov 27, 2011

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

  • David
    Nov 21, 2017

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

  • Zedsdead
    Jun 23, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

  • Jedi JC Daquis
    Jul 02, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

  • Chris
    May 16, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

  • Erica
    Jul 08, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

    This series has really grown on me, first couple books just wasn't feeling it and thought about throwing in the towel. That said I'm glad I stuck it out because it's been one hell of a ride the last few volumes. ...

    Wheeeeeeee! What a fucking ride! ...

    Still great But i think this was my least favorite volume So far ...

    4.5 stars. I think I laughed out loud the most with this volume....oh Ross Perot, I mean...Odin. ...

  • Gavin
    Jan 07, 2015

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

  • 'kris Pung
    Apr 09, 2014

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

    This series has really grown on me, first couple books just wasn't feeling it and thought about throwing in the towel. That said I'm glad I stuck it out because it's been one hell of a ride the last few volumes. ...

  • Garrison Kelly
    Apr 10, 2019

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

  • Joni Graybill
    Nov 22, 2017

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

    This series has really grown on me, first couple books just wasn't feeling it and thought about throwing in the towel. That said I'm glad I stuck it out because it's been one hell of a ride the last few volumes. ...

    Wheeeeeeee! What a fucking ride! ...

    Still great But i think this was my least favorite volume So far ...

    4.5 stars. I think I laughed out loud the most with this volume....oh Ross Perot, I mean...Odin. ...

    "I could kill a thousand of you assholes, or order you to go to hell, an' a thousand more'd grow from the same ol' shit. So I'm gonna do like you do: I'm gonna make FEAR my weapon. Everybody ready? Now fear this. I know you scum regard this place as parta the history of your fucked up ...

  • Aldo Haegemans
    Nov 21, 2017

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

    Just when I think Preacher can't push boundaries of good taste any further, I pick up the next volume in the much-heralded series and am quickly shown there are no boundaries at all. Salvation is a divergence from Jesse Custer's quest to put a curb-stomping on God. After seeing Tuli...

    A long hesitation to let Jesse recover (and bring the story back around to him), full of reunions and missing pieces (thanks to a peyote button) that help Jesse get back on his feet and onto the trail of God. ---- NOV 2011 RE-READ: An odd cul-de-sac in Jesse's journey as, conv...

    I came across this looong time ago. After a long list of books with no pictures, I finally had it. So I thought I tried something different. No doubt, there was vivid imagination in creating the characters. Jesse, the close-to-vomit meat man, that lady with Fuhrer fetish, they are a...

    This volume mostly follows Jesse as he tries to re-find his path. He plays the anti-hero in a small town being beaten down by racists and megalomaniacs. The end of the book has a bit of backstory for Jesse's dad. Tulip, Cassidy &co are nowhere to be seen. While I liked the writ...

    **3.5** Salvation centers on Jesse Custer figuring out where he's been and where he's headed. He was dealt quite the blow at the end of the last book. Rather than confront the people responsible, he chooses to take off on his own. What follows is somewhat anticlimactic compared ...

    I enjoy the Preacher story, but the editor needs to have his booty whipped repeatedly. The author keeps making the same mistake, and it is not just a stylistic issue either. It is a grammatical error that drove me crazy throughout the book, as each character did this throughout the ser...

    I put this volume off for a while because Cassidy and Tulip aren't in it and I was a little worried I wouldn't like it as much. But I shouldn't have been. I do wish Garth Ennis was slightly less obsessed with [several topics I don't feel comfortable listing here, because there's no way...

    A lot of people felt like the book had lost its way at this point when the series was actually coming out, because it seemed to digress for months on this storyline that went nowhere. But the time was a needed element to align the characters like chesspieces for the finale, and it prov...

    This series has really grown on me, first couple books just wasn't feeling it and thought about throwing in the towel. That said I'm glad I stuck it out because it's been one hell of a ride the last few volumes. ...

    Wheeeeeeee! What a fucking ride! ...

    Still great But i think this was my least favorite volume So far ...

  • Sam Morley
    Sep 27, 2017

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

    This volume is mostly a diversionary episode amidst the epic where Jesse recuperates and gets his bearings as a new sheriff in a corrupt small town before he can remember what actually happened to him near the end of the last volume and realize what he needs to know in his quest. Overa...

    Plot points: (view spoiler)[Odin Quincannon has a gigantic meat-girlfriend. SAY THE NAME. Preacher randomly finds Lori the cyclops and his mother, who'd been murdered by Jodie. Miss Oatlash, the crazed Hitler-worshipping dominatrix attorney. Jesse beats up the entire Ku Klux Klan. ...

    Feeling betrayed by his girlfriend Tulip and best friend Cassidy, Reverend Jesse Custer searches for meaning in the small town of Salvation, Texas. After fending off an attack against an old friend, he?s unofficially appointed sheriff of Salvation. His first big assignment is to do s...

    My first preacher book. Having had it lying around for a while I decided to pick it up. Was well worth it great storyline and easy to just Jump into having not had read the others. will definitely be getting the other volumes ...

  • Brittany
    Aug 05, 2019

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...

    I would have given this five stars because it really is such a great volume, but ultimately it doesn't really have anything to do with the main plot of the series [except for issue ...49 I think] so four stars it is. Usually I complain when this series veers off-track [which is like .....

    Terrific Preacher, second only to volume 4. Salvation has by far the most amusing dialogue yet, despite several lines that were very poor. This is largely a diversion from the main Preacher storyline, populated by almost entirely new characters. Funny how, as with volume 4, the diversi...

    How we gonna deal with Cass' betrayal and general douchebaggery from the last volume, on which we ended on a tense note? There's a lot to be said for flawed characters and giving them a chance to live their lives in full view of the reader; then again, it's very dramatically satisfying...

    I can't decide with Preacher whether I prefer the main narrative of Jesse's journey to confront God or the stories that divert from this. Volume 7: Salvation sees Jesse Custer, heartbroken and alone, take up a sheriff position in the small town of Salvation. It has all the hallmarks of...

    Mostly filler storyline. Great illustrations and panels! I loved all the bright skylines, especially the yellow ones. We meet a new unexpected character in this one! Looking forward to getting on with the series. Only two more to go!?? ...

  • Sh3lly
    Jun 04, 2016

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

  • 11811 (Eleven)
    Nov 13, 2010

    Mr. Quincannon! Could you put your meat down for just a moment and have a word with our sponsors? Please? Odin? Please, just this once... would you put your meat down? *shiver* What a creepy MFer. Lordy. I can't quite decide which was worse, the guy from this comic or the iterati...

    This one was a little different. Jesse is separated from Tulip and Cassidy because of reasons we saw in Preacher, Volume 6: War in the Sun. He has taken up residence in Salvation, Texas, a tiny little town, whose main economy comes from a plant that Odin Quincannon owns and operates....

    Anyone who has not read the entire Preacher series but thinks that they might someday should heed this warning: Do NOT read this or any other review and/or summary for any of the volumes after War in the Sun. Even the best attempts to prevent spoilers will give away too much just by te...

    Man, if you have a story where a white guy saves a whole community of black people, and where a different black guy is totally grateful to a different (though related) white guy for saving his life and also teaching him important lessons about life, and where there is a black woman who...

    I feel like I shouldn't like this volume as much as the earlier volumes, since it is basically filler material that doesn't move the overarching plot forward. But since it is totally awesome bad-ass filler, I was totally okay with it. I would follow the serialized adventures of Sheriff...

    The cover is hideous and makes this look like a stupid volume. Luckily, the stupidity is toned down in this one, and actually, is more enjoyable than the last few were...no fat jokes, no crazy interactions with God, spirits, religion or otherwise. Oh, and did I mention, there's no I...

    It is somewhat fresh to read Preacher with Jesse and a new gang of people. No Cass, no Tulip. I cannot say if this volume is really necessary in terms of.plot development, but this one is essential to advance Jesse's character that would eventually help him confront whatever danger he ...

    "Skeeter, why don't you just run along an' hide in the truck, huh? I'm just 'bout to swallow a big dose of hallucinogens an' things're apt to get a little strange around here..." ...