Vertigo Book Club: A Preacher Fan Comes Home

I had never read a PREACHER comic when AMC’s Preacher TV series premiered.

San Diego Comic-Con: Big News for the Small Screen

This year’s Comic-Con is now behind us, and while those of us who were there rest our weary legs and get caught up on some much-needed sleep, DC fans the world over are buzzing with excitement over the amazing news and announcements that bro

The Vertigo Lounge Ep. 6: The Vertigo Essentials
This episode the Vertigo editors discuss the new title SAVAGE THINGS and interview artist Ibrahim Mustafa. Next they’re joined by new DCAA co-host Whitney Moore for a no-holds barred discussion about some of their favorite Vertigo books of all time.

Jesse Custer

A priest wanting to connect with God isn't unusual. That sort of comes with the job. A priest wanting to locate God for the sake of giving him a stern talking-to and maybe a punch in the face? That's not exactly common. Then again, the phrase "not exactly common" applies to many of Jesse Custer's actions...

Putting Preacher to Rest

Seven weeks ago I stepped onto a new path, and that path was called PREACHER by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.

Not Your Average Saint

I can't claim to know a lot about religion. My time spent in Sunday school and in various pews is far in the past. But I'm relatively certain about one thing when it comes to Catholicism: There are saints for everything.

Reading the Scripture: A Preacher Discussion

It's been about a month since I started reading Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's PREACHER, and I've continued to be captivated by the weirdness of the world and char

No Shortage of Villains

What does it mean to be a villain? Is it about intent? Is it about actions? What if those actions are terrible but driven by a righteous belief? These are questions I ask myself anytime I read a new story.

Bitten by Cassidy

It's been about three weeks since I first picked up PREACHER. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon have managed to consistently make me lose track of time with their words and images.

The Sky Is Bigger in Texas

After months of anticipation, Preacher exploded onto screens last Sunday.

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