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By gary
Monday, June 18 2007

Finally, a comic that I don’t have to wait to find out what happens and buy issue #2. This is one sick fucking comic. The main character is a preacher, Judd. We know something of his past—as a kid, he had a retarded sister, was poor, and liked Halloween. On one Halloween night he and his sister went out trick or treating, and the next day she was found with her head bashed, raped, and all of her candy was stolen. Now Judd is all grown up and he’s a preacher because the retarded girls needed God training. He finds a widow and her retarded daughter in a remote area and he goes out to give her some God training on Halloween. So he woos the widow into letting him train the daughter, but the woman becomes suspicious when he wants to take her out trick or treating. A fight starts, he kills the widow, chases out to find the daughter, and kills her too. Of course, at this point we find out he’s the one who did in his own sister years prior. So there you have it, a comic that makes hillbillies out to be rapists and murderers. In a way, I liked it, but it makes me feel icky to say that. (Avatar Press, 9 Triumph Drive Urbana, IL 61802; http://www.avatarpress.com/, http://www.bybizarrehands.com/)

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