PREACHER debuts on AMC TV 5/22: Get free comic online

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EDITOR”S NOTE:  From what we’ve seen so far, the trailers for the new PREACHER series on the AMC channel looks to be interesting.  It does appear to be a little more violent than how we remember the series, but the jury is out until at least the first few episodes have aired.  The tone and atmosphere look to be there, which is a good sign.  The characters look respectful of the original comics series.  The visualization of Arseface is spot on.

You can watch the trailer and view other facts and features on the television series at the link below. . . . . .

   Also, according to Entertainment Weekly, AMC and DC Comics will give away 100,000 free digital copies of a reprint of the first PREACHER comic book.  Click the link below to access.  You will need to sign in with either a Comixology account or an Amazon account, and install the DC comics application - - but your efforts will be rewarded.


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from the Entertainment Weekly press release

AMC has enthusiastically hyped its new comic book adaptation Preacher by screening the pilot at this year’s SXSW,releasing some spectacularly mayhemic footage, and allowing your writer to visit the show’s Albuquerque set for a story you can read in this week’s forthcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly. Now, we can exclusively reveal, the cable network will also give away 100,000 copies of the first issue of writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon’s original title. AMC is doing so in collaboration with DC Entertainment, which published the comic back in the ’90s through its Vertigo imprint. The issues will boast a new cover from Dillon showing the series’ three lead actors Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, and Joseph Gilgun as their respective characters: superpower-possessing man-of-the-cloth Jesse Custer, his criminally-minded ex-girlfriend Tulip O’Hare, and mysterious Irish boozehound Cassidy. 


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