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August Books 11) Preacher [#5]: Dixie Fried

11) Preacher [#5]: Dixie Fried, by Garth Ennis

Back to the main narrative of this series of graphic novels, with our heroes in a comparatively tightly plotted narrative arc which takes them to New Orleans. I am enjoying the development of the relationship between Jesse (the eponymous preacher), girlfriend Tulip and vampire friend Cassidy, but still a bit squicked by the graphic violence. I wonder if Les Enfants du Sang were a deliberate homage to BtVS: Lie to Me.
Tags: bookblog 2007, comics, writer: garth ennis
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