Miss Outlash is quite the character. During the Odin Quincannon story arc Miss Outlash proves to be one of the most important characters. Her sexual fetishes come out in issue #44. She obviously loves to whip and demoralize men. You can see this in the scene below:
The final numbers are out, the Preacher pilot was watched by 3.82 million people. While 2.38 million watched on AMC live Sunday night another 1.44 million watched elsewhere. This includes DVR, Apple or Google Play stores, AMC.com broadcast or on YouTube. When all was said and done, a number just under 4 million isn’t as bad as most made it out to be.
It is also important to note that this was the third most watched cable TV show for the week of May 16-22 behind Game of Thrones and the mid season finale of Fear the Walking Dead.
If you are just watching the TV show and you have not read the comics we strongly suggest not reading any further as this is a huge spoiler. Comic book fans that have completed the first 10 issues know what happened to Tulip O’Hare, Jesse Custer’s girlfriend and the love of his life. By reading through issue #12 fans will know the entire outcome of the story arc. In the meantime, here is the answer…
This one is going to be analyzed to no end. People will be wondering if it is aliens, zombies or some higher being. Those that have not read the comic books are not sure what is possessing preachers throughout the world. Here is the scene of the “predator” like being taking over Jesse Custer in the church.
There has been much confusion as to when the second episode of Preacher will be aired on AMC. On Sunday, may 29th, 2016, one week after the pilot, we will see a re-airing of the pilot episode followed by a brand new discussion show Talking Preacher. No one likes reruns and we are certain many people will tune in only to be disappointed. What is interesting is the fact that Talking Preacher will air after a rerun of the pilot.
One of the largest, and most publicized, comic book shops on the Internet is MyComicShop.com. If you have searched for anything comic book related you have likely seen their ads everywhere. They have definitely grown in size with almost one million monthly visitors to the website. Early last week I was looking at the price for Preacher #1 CGC 9.8. There were a few copies for $900 to $975 dollars. There were also two copies at $1250. A total of six copies were available. Today, there are zero.