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Preacher Vol. 9: Alamo by Garth Ennis

Preacher Vol. 9: Alamo (edition 2001)

by Garth Ennis

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Title:Preacher Vol. 9: Alamo
Authors:Garth Ennis
Info:Vertigo (2001), Paperback, 224 pages
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Preacher Vol. 9: Alamo by Garth Ennis

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... and a just about perfect ending for this seminal series. ( )
  macha | May 31, 2017 |
I probably should have stopped at Masada. Perhaps they should have, too? Oh well, it was a properly earned ending at least. ( )
  KateSherrod | Aug 1, 2016 |
A great ending to a great series. All of the major characters' stories are resolved in a very satisfactory way, many of the minor characters have resolutions as well, and Glenn Fabry's portrait covers of the main characters are brilliant. This is what everything has been building up to, and Ennis and Dillon do not disappoint. ( )
  lithicbee | Jan 7, 2011 |
Ah, yes, redemption. ( )
  Anagarika-Sean | Sep 25, 2010 |
The finale... ( )
  xavierroy | Jul 31, 2009 |
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We don't gotta just accept the way things are. Just like we don't gotta let ourselves be lessened by death or any other damn thing. Just like we don't need no God to shape the world for us. We can make our lives the way we want them--or we ain't worth nothing. Now take my hand an' I swear I'll love you 'til the goddamn stars go out.
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The Reverend Jesse Custer is returning to the Alamo, a place of sacrifice, to end the quest that began in the burning remains of his church all those years ago - a quest to track down God and make Him answer for His actions.

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