A 666-Character Review Of ‘Preacher: South Will Rise Again’

Jesse uses his newfound power over and over again to supposedly help his parishioners with their issues. He doesn’t think about the effect of his power and how it might go terribly wrong. Emily senses something is fishy about this whole situation, but Jesse is happy to be accepted and sought after for the first time. Tulip continues her efforts to sway Jesse with no new result. Eugene is continually harassed by the community and even by his own father. He clearly tries so hard to be the perfect son, but nothing he does will ever be enough. It’s heartbreaking to see him accept all the abuse because he believes he deserves it. Odin Quincannon seems to have turned a new leaf and starts mending fences with those he alienated. The ending is a complete shock and I’m looking forward to seeing the fallout.

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Elizabeth Talbott

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