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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 86 What is Canon (and Does it Matter)?

In which, Andrew and Tracy welcome Dude back to Therefore I Geek to discuss canon–who decides what canon is, whether canon can change, and in the end, whether canon even matters.  We also cover the most recent trailers that dropped last week, and the unfortunate passing of Steve Dillon.

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Guest Blog | Review: Until the End of the World, Preacher Vol. 2

“Forced worship stinks in God’s nostrils” -Roger Williams-

No matter who he is; no matter how far he has come or what he has accomplished; sometimes a man’s past can still haunt him. If he hasn’t dealt with it properly, it can control him in ways he could never have imagined.  Despite having the powers of the Almighty himself, Jesse Custer finds himself face to face with his past and must use every ounce of will power he has to keep from letting it control and ultimately destroy him.JesseTulip3

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Guest Blog | “Gone to Texas” Review, Preacher Vol. I

“This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

An angel from heaven and a demon from hell share a moment of celestial passion that produces an entity—an idea—called Genesis that is so powerful it could challenge the Almighty himself.  Kept incarcerated in heaven, this creature finally breaks free and heads screaming to Earth, decapitating a seraph on the way down. Looking for a human soul, it slams into a preacher in the middle of a crisis of faith, giving his Sunday sermon in a backwater town in the wastes of Texas.  The impact obliterates the church, incinerates the parishioners, but leaves the preacher unharmed and with the power of the word of God. This sequence of events sets in motion Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s epic series Preacher.Gone to Texas cover Continue reading


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