Lenni Reviews: “Preacher” vol 8 by Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon, and John McCrea

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After spending 6 months in a doped up stupor, Tulip decided she’s had enough of Cassidy and goes to stay with her friend Amy. Jessie had also contacted Amy and like a good friend, she makes sure Jessie and Tulip are reunited. There’s a nice long flashback of Tulip’s childhood and some backstory on the human wreckage Cassidy has left in his past.

Was Cassidy wrong in keeping Tulip high out of her mind for months? Yes. Is she complicit in asking for the drugs in the first place? Also, yes. Cassidy was an asshole but I don’t see her as totally innocent. They both thought Jessie was dead and made some shitty decisions while they were grieving. However, Cassidy should have just let Tulip go when she wanted to leave instead of demanding she stay because he “took care” of her.

Jessie however? Totally within rights to be pissed. Best friends don’t do what Cassidy did. That’s gonna be one hell of a showdown later. Cassidy is overdue for a beat down.

And I don’t even know what to say about Starr. He needs to just stop now. Just stop. You are running out of body parts to lose there, buddy. I’m embarrassed for you.

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