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  • Hardcover: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Vertigo (Jan. 17 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401234151
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401234157
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 2.1 x 26.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 980 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,001 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
A Hell Of A Vision Jan. 20 2012
By Bruno M - Published on
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I'll write this review specially for those potential readers who might be interested in buying the whole series now that this hardcover collection is completed. When I'm in a situation like that, about to invest a good chunk of money in a complete series I worry about its ending, is it worthy? Is it proper? What do long time fans think about it? Did they got let down?

So having reading and re-reading Preacher for many years now, let me assure you that this series ends on the MOST GLORIOUS high note. Preacher starts with a bang, never lets you down and finishes just perfectly. It's a long read, but fear not because it's worth to the very end. You can really tell Garth Ennis had his endgame in sight from the begining just by reading these final issues.

And at the end of the road you will not only be rewarded with a long run of blasphemy, explosive laughs, senseless exploits, serious reflection, more blasphemy, bitter tears, even more blasphemy and tears of joy. You will also be rewarded with a sense of FRIENDSHIP and PARDNERSHIP (yeah, with a "D", pilgrim!) so profound and so relevant that it will scare you. Because you won't be able to believe, you won't be able to accept that this was fiction and that those were characters that you were reading. Because by the time you turn the last page you will know deep down that Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy are your friends for life.

While Ennis & Dillon's Preacher series is 5-stars, this editions is maybe 3-and-a-half stars, so I decided to average my overall score in 4 stars. This Hardcover collection sure has its flaws. They have glued binding. The first four volumes present lightweight paper stock while the last two volumes change to a glossy paper stock, thus messing up with the consistency of materials and the way colors are reproduced from book 4 to book 5. The first four volumes feature beatiful gold ink printing in the front and spine of the hardcover (when you remove the dustjacket), but the last two volumes miss this great feature, which is a real shame. Yes, those are some negative statements to say the least. But nonetheless this is the best Preacher collection published by DC Vertigo so far and I assume it will be for quite a time, so my advice is: be it the hardcover collection or the paperback edition, JUST GET THEM AND ENJOY.
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One of the best Graphic Novels of All Time April 16 2014
By Eric - Published on
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From the very first issue, Preacher captivated me in a way few graphic novels have. I read every single issue of this story within a matter of weeks, I could not get enough. The story follows Jesse, a preacher in Texas, who gets invoked with a spirit that may make him the most powerful being in existence. The characters are beautifully flawed, the themes of religion, right and wrong, are mixed with Movie Westerns and Secret Societies. Once you start Preacher, you are in it for the whole 75 issues. You will be glad you went on this journey! The hardcovers are beautiful and a must-have for you to enjoy reading over and over again.
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One of the best endings ever Feb. 26 2015
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If the ending to this series isn't the definition of justice; then I need a new dictionary. The problem, for me at least, with many stories is that the author is so into the tale that he/she finds the conclusion irrelevant. I like a strong ending to a good story. Preacher delivers.
Important but flawed Sept. 28 2015
By Peter J. Orvetti - Published on
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The Preacher saga is an important one in the development of "serious" comics, and it contains some great characters, but the story goes on a bit too long and meanders a lot. The story also veers so deep into the macabre that it sometimes becomes a bit silly. Cassidy is a great character, but why are there vampires in this universe? How could Angelville exist as such a hell on earth for so long? If the Grail is so all-powerful, why does Starr have such a hard time keeping things in check? And A**face -- totally irrelevant to the rest of the story, just Ennis's chance to add another exhibit to his freakshow.

In some respects, Jesse and Tulip are actually the weakest characters in the series. Jesse is vengeance personified, but he's an ultraviolent and unreflective man. He's intended to be a sort of modern cowboy, but he often seems rather shallow. Tulip exists mainly as the completion of Jesse -- she's most interesting when she's not with him, and can emerge as her own character.
Hi-Ho Silver. Oct. 30 2015
By James B. - Published on
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So, this is the end. The final collection of Preacher. So how was it?

This was one of the weirder endings to a series that I've read. On the one hand, all of the major characters got plenty of time devoted to their endings, wrapping up there character arcs and riding off into the sunset. That was done well. But, doing so took so much time that it felt like the actual main plot of Jessie calling God to account felt like an after thought. This really needed more issues to wrap that up in a satisfying way.

Needless to say, this was still a blast to read anyway you see it.

Oh, and I should mention any problems with the kindle edition have been fixed.