Preacher – Volume 9: Alamo (2001) – Full Comic Story & Review

Full Comic Story and Review/Recap for the final volume of Preacher, Preacher – Volume 9: Alamo released in trade paperback in 2001.

The final chapter in the Preacher storyline and the conclusion of Jesse Custer’s quest to literally find God and take Him to task for the world’s injustices. As the Preacher’s crusade draws to an end, all of the players converge at the Alamo for a final showdown. With the love of his life, Tulip, by his side, Jesse makes his last stand against all of his enemies, including the Irish vampire known as Cassidy, whom he used to call friend. But as the dust settles in the Texas desert, no one can believe how this epic battle of good versus evil will end.

Writer: Garth Ennis
Artist: Steve Dillon
Publisher: Vertigo (DC Comics)

0:00 – Intro
2:37 – Issue 59 – Texas By God
9:00 – Issue 60 – The Thunder Of His Guns
15:57 – Issue 61 – The Wonder Of You
25:59 – Issue 62 – And Every Dog His Day
33:24 – Issue 63 – Jesse’s Girl
41:22 – Issue 64 – If I Knew The Way Home I’d Go Back Home
49:38 – Issue 65 – Shoot Straight You Bastards
1:04:08 – Issue 66 – A Hell Of A Vision
1:19:30 – Final Thoughts On Comic
1:22:35 – Thoughts on Preacher TV Show

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Intro & Outro Music by Illinois Brass Band “Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

Background music from Epidemic Sound.

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