All posts by Vertiguys

Preacher #25-26: Cry Blood, Cry Erin

Cassidy reveals how he spent his century in Preacher #25-26. Join us for two issues packed with Irish history, drinking stories, and Eric’s favorite music reference.

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Hellblazer #14-16: Rough Justice

Hellblazer turns hippie for a weird wilderness adventure in issues 14-16, featuring lazy cops, magic mushrooms, and a prophetic kid. We’re still waiting on the psychic assassins.

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Sandman #21-23: A Family Reunion

Sandman sets things right in issues #21-23. We’ve got six Endless with no waiting, plus epic confrontation, epic conversation, and epic procrastination!

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Preacher #22-24: And Justice for All

Patience is rewarded in our latest episode, as the Masada story arc finally reaches its explosive conclusion in Preacher #22-24. Join us as Jesse learns more than he wanted to know, Cassidy meets his maker, and the Allfather falls.

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The Horrorist #1-2: Antarctica

John Constantine battles the living incarnation of third world problems in 1995’sĀ The HorroristĀ #1-2, and somehow manages to make it a first world problem. Be warned: this is a disturbing one.

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Preacher #19-21: Too Much Gun

Preacher’s racing to the rescue in issues 19-21, but we still have enough time to learn about the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, Alanis Morissette, and how to balance a plane.

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Hellblazer Annual #1: The Bloody Saint

Brace yourselves for a revelation! This week we plunge into Hellblazer Annual #1, where we learn Constantine had an ancestor who was an even bigger jerk.

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Sandman 17-18: A Dream of a Thousand Cats

Sandman ventures into Dream Country for a couple of standalone stories in issues 17 and 18. First the series takes a strong (if inconstant) stance on mistreatment of mythological women, then Kelley Jones draws a whole mess of cats.

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Preacher 17-18: Texas and the Spaceman

Preacher catches its breath in issues #17-18. Cassidy plays a long con, Jesse and Tulip stop for breakfast, and Garth Ennis takes on The Things They Carried.

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