Going into Preacher Season 1, I had a ton of questions about the series, but none bigger than this one: how was the world going to react to Arseface? I wrote a piece on this very subject well before the pilot aired on May 22nd and titled it "Is The World Ready For Arseface?". To this
I have always loved watching "Talking Bad" and "Talking Dead", and now I am thrilled they have a "Talking Preacher". If you haven't seen this new show that follows Preacher on AMC, you should definitely consider staying up for it or watch it the next day on your preferred media method. The show Sunday night
“There had been something online of some test someone had done that looked exactly like it looked in the comic. As soon as I saw that I knew we should not make it look exactly like it looked in the comic and make it a little more palatable. We wanted the character to be sympathetic.
What's that you say? I'm getting way ahead of myself? Don't I know that Preacher is still well over a month from debuting on AMC? You might be thinking we simply don't have the rating info AMC would need to justify renewal. Besides, who's actually thinking about season two? We hardly know the first thing about season one! You know, I
Well, here it is. Seth Rogen tweeted the image most of us have been waiting for late last night, our first real look at Ian Colletti as Arseface. Details on this character below for those who want the details. If you haven't read the graphic novels we would recommend steering clear: Eugene Root, aka Arseface, idolizes Nirvana
When I first decided to write a piece on the things that are destine to make the Preacher TV Series a hit with audiences worldwide, I started by drafting myself up a little list on lunch break… just a small one to start, the things that came immediately to mind. From there I brainstormed for