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Preacher: All Hell's A'Coming (Preacher) (edition 2000)

by Garth Ennis

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Written by Garth Ennis; Art by Steve Dillon and Glenn Fabry A new edition of the collection including PREACHER #51-58 and the one-shot PREACHER: TALL IN THE SADDLE. Following the events of the PREACHER: SALVATION collection, Jesse Custer wants to renew his quest to find God and hold him accountable for all of his actions. But before he can continue down that path, he must reunite with his girlfriend Tulip. In this edition, we look back and see how Jesse and Tulip first met as well as how she became so deadly proficient with a gun. Also, after making amends with his love, Jesse seeks revenge against his former friend and compatriot Cassidy for the things that the Irish vampire did to Tulip during the time that they both believed the Preacher to be dead.… (more)
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Title:Preacher: All Hell's A'Coming (Preacher)
Authors:Garth Ennis
Info:Titan Books Ltd (2000), Paperback
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The strengths of this book were the back story of Tulip and the meetings once again of Custer with Tuip and of Custer with Cassidy. I hate how Cassidy turned out to be a bad character because he was so much fun to watch in action in the beginning. I didn't much care for the lasy part of the book with the tsories about the car s trasnsported and the stolen horses. ( )
  SqueakyChu | Nov 25, 2018 |
Now it's back to what made Preacher great from the start.

This collection contains Tulip's backstory, fills in the blanks in Cassidy's own tales, and takes everything far closer to the conclusion we all know is coming. The pacing is excellent, old characters return, and the humor that made the comic so attractive in the first place is here in force.

Also - who doesn't love a good Western? The horse thieves deserved what they got. ( )
  Lepophagus | Jun 14, 2018 |
This is the weakest of the lot, only rescued from two stars or worse by the continued pratfallery of Starr and the (brief) reappearance of Johnny Lee Wombat. ( )
  KateSherrod | Aug 1, 2016 |
still excellent. starts delving into Cassidy's past, goes back to Tulip's childhood which explains a lot, brings in some old and new minor characters, all vivid. and the stories dig their tendrils into one another, sometimes invisibly, while moving right along in inventive ways. ultra-violent, as always, but interesting politically. Ennis isn't repeating himself even at this point, and it feels like he's got plenty left to say. not my style, really, so it doesn't land on my 'must read' list, but it is worth following, because it does that thing it does very well. and part of that thing is to never make Jesse and Tulip out to be heroes, which is harder (and rarer) than it maybe looks. ( )
  macha | Jul 30, 2012 |
This volume brings us Tulip's origin story, perhaps the best of them so far, the reunion of Jesse and Tulip, the return of Agent Hoover, some harsh truths about Cassidy, and the promise of a big showdown in the next volume. It ends with a flashback to the car-stealing days of Jesse, Tulip, and Amy. Less silly violence this volume, and more serious story, albeit with the occasional accidentally chemically castrated bartender thrown in for fun. ( )
  lithicbee | Jan 4, 2011 |
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