Redneck, Vol. 2: The Eyes Upon You

Redneck, Vol. 2: The Eyes Upon You

The Bowmans are lying low from the law with a new member of the family in tow. But there are rules to being a vampire...and when the rules are broken, the family will surely suffer... Collects REDNECK #7-12....

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Title:Redneck, Vol. 2: The Eyes Upon You
Author:Donny Cates
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:153430665X
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Redneck, Vol. 2: The Eyes Upon You Reviews

  • Craig
    Feb 21, 2019

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

  • Nicola Mansfield
    Jun 25, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

  • Steve Chaput
    Jan 11, 2019

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

  • Bob
    Jul 07, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

  • Sierra
    Oct 19, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

  • Mark
    Aug 01, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

  • Zack! Empire
    Dec 17, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

  • Juan
    Jun 19, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

  • Steve
    Jul 17, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • James
    Jul 23, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

  • Grant Laird
    May 24, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

  • Ruth
    Nov 30, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Brian Harrison
    May 26, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Jay Dougherty
    Jun 02, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • James DeSantis
    Jun 03, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

  • Katy
    Aug 18, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

  • Tom Snyder
    Feb 13, 2019

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Imogene
    Apr 26, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

  • Sean Dolan
    Jun 13, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

  • Donovan
    May 24, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

  • Souhail Khoury
    Sep 30, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Jonathan Perry
    Jun 16, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Aron
    Aug 06, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

  • Roy
    Oct 16, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

  • FattyMelt
    Sep 11, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Jennifer Juffer
    Aug 23, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

  • Vasilis Fotsinos
    Sep 02, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Jamie Connolly
    Jun 05, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

  • Ethan Hutchinson
    Sep 15, 2018

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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  • Marcus Oe
    Jan 03, 2019

    Redneck is a vampire story for people who hate vampire stories. It takes and advances vampire tropes to their natural end?hyperbole, philosophy, and the reckoning of their existence. It?s southern Americana, bloody violence, thrilling drama, and vampires waxing existential?what i...

    Redneck is probably my second favorite comic of the year so far. First goes to Babyteeth volume 1. Oh, look at that, both done by Donny Cates! SO yeah, if haven't read my volume 1 review, I fucking loved this series. Take a bunch of rednecks and make them vampires and put them in a...

    4.5* I enjoyed this alot more than volume 1. The story built on the toens backdrop of vampires. Other parties get involved. Reslly cool story telling here. The art has grown on me alot more. ...

    This series never disappoints! Redneck is probably one of the few books I look forward to every month. I've been reading since issue 3, rarely am I disappointed, let alone bored with it. They use their time wisely and the story is always moving forward, there's no slow arches or un...

    I was on the fence about this series after reading the first volume, but this one got me hooked. In fact, I'm pretty excited for the next volume. It's mostly because I want to know what happens, but also because, I have no clue what WILL happen! Donny Cates is really good at throwing c...

    Just as excellent as the first volume. This one continues on the Landry vs Bowman feud from a different angle and some secrets never known before about the origin of that feud are revealed. Lots of violence and blood as expected from a vampire story but most of all this is a story of f...

    This is another good one from Donny Cates. Mainly about some hillbilly vampires just trying to live their lives feasting on animal blood in piece but can?t because trouble keeps finding them. It?s not exactly bursting with layers of depth but it?s certainly entertaining enough to...

    It?s funny how the most monstrous part of this story isn?t the vampire, but the human parts. Jeepers. Very Near Dark, quite heart wrenching. There were a LOT of twists in this arc. ...

    This is my third story arc by Donny Cates, the previous two being arc one of Redneck and God Country. I continue to be impressed with his story telling and Redneck is such a unique take on a vampire story. Bartlett remains an interesting hero but he gets overshadowed by a landslide ...

    This is an excellent series. This volume might be a bit of a step down from the first, but mainly because I now know what to expect and there's a bit of wheel-spinning here. Also, the artwork could be cleaned up a bit--it's just a bit too lean and muddy to really be effective. But, rea...

    4.1 Stars. Wow, this was so much better than I was expecting since I thought Vol. 1 good but not really good. This volume got better with every issue, as opposed to Vol.1 dragging middle. Definitely looking forward to Vol. 3 ...

    Cates is one of the best comic writers in the business at the moment. His Marvel work pulled me in, and his original stuff keeps me there. ...

    Awesome second volume in the continuing saga of the hillbilly vampire feud between the Bowmans and the Landrys. Great writing and unique art that continues to mesmerize. Very highly recommended. ...

    The series ups the ante by adding more betrayals and secrets unearthed, which really adds some depth to these characters, so much so that the last book felt like an introduction. ...

    The story continues with Donny Cates taking the family from their home and on the run. ...

    Waaaaah! Holy moly, this is so very good. ...

    Amazing!!! ...

    This second book is decidedly different than the first. Breathing fresh air and meshing the farthest conceptual characters together is brilliant.... and original. After all, who thinks of Rednecks and assumes one may be part of a responsible vampire clan, simply trying to survive in t...

    Vampires and/or Hillbillies aren't necessarily my favorite sub-genres of Horror, but this series is fantastic! So far, one of my favorites of the year, can't wait to read the next volume. ...

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