With a major battle behind them, our heroes reunite in Preacher #27-28. Jesse gets lucky (or so he thinks), Tulip gets even (then rethinks), and Cassidy changes everything (without thinking).
This week on Vertiguys, it’s a rollicking good time in the Big Easy! We check out Cassidy’s solo adventure in Preacher Special: Blood and Whiskey.
Note: There will be no new episode next week, 2/14. Vertiguys will return with Sandman coverage on 2/21.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jesse Custer makes it to San Francisco to visit Cassidy in Preacher #13-16, but runs afoul of a mess of new villains! Some are utterly menacing, and one is really, really uncomfortable.
Jesse Custer confronts his past and his terrifying family in Preacher #11-12, plus the Duke and the Almighty drop by to discuss the story so far.
We finally get all the answers in Preacher #8-10, and they’re worse than we could have imagined. Join us as we explore Tulip’s hit-woman past and meet Jesse’s bone-chilling Gran’ma.
Preacher takes a bite out of the Big Apple in #5-7, and Jesse’s acting like a total tourist, popping in on the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Unluckiest Cop in the World.