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    Reviews - Preacher - TPB vol. 05

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Another decent Preacher trade - Thai
The is the fifth trade in the Preacher series and also contains the one shot ''Cassidy Blood and Whisky''
I enjoyed Blood and whisky a great deal, it details the first time Cassidy meets another vampire who takes himself a little too seriously.
It's one of the only times you see Cassidy actually doing the right thing for once which is slightly out of character for him.
It's also very useful having this issue in the trade as some of characters appear in the main story and this give them some context.
In the main story Cassidy drops a real bompshell on Tulip which causes a huge drift between the three main characters which looks like it may change the whole dynamic of the series, Arseface also makes his return to amusing results.
Jesse and the team travel to New Orleans to see if Jesse can channel into the part of his brain controlled by Genesis which as you can guess doesn't quite go as planned.

While not quite as action packed as some Preacher trades this is another enjoyable trade from the Preacher team, I think the consistancy helps as Steve Dillion is on board as normal and the art suits the story and mood of the series.
It's not the strongest Preacher trade i've read though but nonetheless a good solid read.

7.2 Out of ten




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