Redneck, Vol. 1: Deep In The Heart

Redneck Vol Deep In The Heart The Bowmans are VAMPIRES who have quietly run the local barbecue joint in their small town for years living off cow s blood Their peaceful coexistence ends as generations of hate fear and bad blood

  • Title: Redneck, Vol. 1: Deep In The Heart
  • Author: Donny Cates Lisandro Estherren Dee Cunniffe
  • ISBN: 9781534303317
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Redneck, Vol. 1: Deep In The Heart

    The Bowmans are VAMPIRES who have quietly run the local barbecue joint in their small town for years, living off cow s blood Their peaceful coexistence ends as generations of hate, fear and bad blood bubble to the surface making it impossible to separate man from monster Critically acclaimed writer DONNY CATES God Country and artist LISANDRO ESTHERREN serve up the taleThe Bowmans are VAMPIRES who have quietly run the local barbecue joint in their small town for years, living off cow s blood Their peaceful coexistence ends as generations of hate, fear and bad blood bubble to the surface making it impossible to separate man from monster Critically acclaimed writer DONNY CATES God Country and artist LISANDRO ESTHERREN serve up the tale of a DIFFERENT kind of family just trying to get by, deep in the heart of Texas.Collects REDNECK 1 6.

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    1. HFK

      So, I guess when you take a little bit of Southern Bastards and pin it with a little bit of American Vampire you get something little bit like Redneck.First half of Redneck kept me intrigued and I wondered the overall low rating as the spirit and the dynamics of The South was touchable, it felt like this story was going somewhere. I was almost starting to get some Preacher vibes on myself with the patriarchal momentum.But, then Redneck got a jump to something that reminded me too much of America [...]

    2. Sam Quixote

      Texan vampires fight Texan Christians in the mightily underwhelming first volume of Redneck.The thin story is unnecessarily convoluted given how simplistic it is, the characters are a hateable bunch of dreary idiots and Lisandro Esterren’s artwork is absolutely horrible and ugly – we’re talking high school level doodling. Worse, the comic is narrated in a pompous, self-important and unconvincing “wise” tone that it hasn’t earned. Like his other unimpressive Image series God Country, [...]

    3. Donovan

      “You don’t get happy endings when you live forever.”One of the best volumes I’ve read all year. Like vampires meets Southern Bastards. Drama, action, horror, historical fiction, and some fantastic gritty artwork. It has that classic horror feel with dynamic characters in a very real Deep South. Thanks to Image Comics for the advanced copy. Check it out!

    4. David Schaafsma

      “You don’t get happy endings when you live forever.”Well, I’ve been reading Southern Bastards and Outcast, and have read Preacher, so seem to be reading me somma that finger-lickin' good southern gothic horror (not all those three fit that description neatly, I know, but in my mind at least they bear similarities). While waiting for more Outcast and Southern Bastards, I read this and was pretty underwhelmed.This is Southern Bastards meets vampires, which I don't think Southern Bastards r [...]

    5. James DeSantis

      This is EASILY one of the best Graphic Novels I've read this year. And that's out of 390+ graphic novels. Come on folks, gather around, we have a winner. Let me make it clear. I don't like vampires. I find most versions of these bloodsuckers kind of boring. I just don't get the appeal to be honest. I mean I love some stories like Salem's Lot but for the most part they are just not for me. So I went into Redneck really not expecting much. I never even read anything by Donny Cates. After this titl [...]

    6. Chad

      Good-old boy vampires try to live in peace in Texas. They butcher cows for the local BBQ joint and drink their blood. But then one day one of their vampire teenagers is left going up in flames on their front lawn and their Hatfield and McCoy type feud with the Landry's starts up again.The art in the book is terrible. It looks like chicken scratch, making the story difficult to follow in places. The little girl vampire, Perry, was the only character I found interesting. She was the only member of [...]

    7. Peacegal

      This graphic novel plants vampire horror into rural Texas. It was Ok, some scary imagery, but at the same time I feel as if I've read or watched much of this story before.

    8. Nicole

      WOW.LOVED IT.A DARK TWIST OF WONDERFUL AMAZEMENTAZING WRITING AND PLOTCH A UNIQUE TAKE ON NOT JUST THE USUAL VAMPIRES WHERE THEY ARE EITHER EVIL OR GOOD BUT A THOUGHTFUL TAKE ON THE INNER WORKINGS OF PEOPLE WHO LIVE FOREVER AND SEE OR DO THINGS NORMAL HUMANS CAN'T EVEN IMAGINE.WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL

    9. Bob Meracle

      I very much enjoyed this offbeat vampire graphic novel. It revolves around a family of Texas vamps that depend on cow blood for sustenance and attempt to keep a low profile until their hateful grandfather puts their existence in jeopardy. It is so well written and I particularly liked the gritty but distinctive illustrations. I wholeheartedly recommend this title.

    10. Hugo

      Full-blooded vampire tale, deep in the heart of Texas and with a Wild West backstory; Cates's script is pacy and layered - though I don't buy for one second (view spoiler)[that post-vampire Landry would be so quickly accepted into the family (hide spoiler)] - and Estherren's very loose and stylised art is hugely atmospheric.(Read as single issues.)

    11. Mindy Rose

      a family of southern vampires with a batshit old as balls nosferatu grandpappy lurking in the attic run into a spot of trouble with a local gang of douchebags. this was fun. 4/5.

    12. Nicola Mansfield

      This was truly excellent. The best vampire story I've read in ages. These vampires are a family living in seclusion, minding their own business, drinking their own cattle's blood, in a small town for over a century. However, there is a feud going on between the Bowmans and the townsfolk family the Landrys, sort of a Hatfield and McCoy thing. For a hundred years it's been one of ours, one of theirs and so forth. But there has been relative peace, at least no dead, for a long spell now until one o [...]

    13. Heidi Brown

      I like this graphic novel "Redneck" by Donny Cates. Interest twist on vampires. Characters and back story were well written. But the identity of the villian was obvious. Looking forward to future series books. I recommend to people who like Graphic Novels.

    14. Juan

      This is my second series by Donny Cates that I am reading and I feel this gentleman is pretty damn good at what he is doing. This also happens to be set in Texas, the same as God Country was (which also happens to be a really good book). So Redneck is the story of some vampires that are attempting to remain good and not a threat to the rest of humanity. The younger of the family feel urges to prey on humans but that is not the major problem they face. This volume is very well written and, as des [...]

    15. Ash

      This is a great quick read! I can't wait for my husband and son to also read it. This is the 2nd graphic novel I've ever read, and I'm so glad I started reading them!

    16. Steve Chaput

      The Bowman family are good ol' boys who love their guns and pickup trucks. They are also vampires who have tried to live quietly among the other folks in the area. Making their living by primarily running the local barbecue joint, with the help of some humans who do the day-to-day management of the place. By living off cow's blood, the Bowman's, along with the 'younger' sister and cantankerous Grandfather, kept in the attic and not quiet ready to die yet, the family just tries to get along.Unfor [...]

    17. Griffin Muli

      Really good. I wish it T'd the larger story up a smidge better, as most of the book rushed through the entire backstory, but overall, worth reading

    18. Tom

      A family of vampires have been hiding out in Texas for the better part of a century when one of the younger ones turns up dead in the sunlight one morning. Did the local snake handler reverend type--whose family has been enemies of the vampires since the time of the Alamo--do it? Was it someone else? And what happens when the only witness is a drunk adopted vampire brother who doesn't remember a thing, and there's the creepy old thing that barely looks human in the attic the others call "Grandpa [...]

    19. Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)

      I have never read a book about redneck vampires so I thought this graphic novel was kind of fun. It also shows that holding a grudge against a family only brings bad things. The Bowmans love their family and their guns and they have a BBQ joint. They raise cows and drain the blood to drink and use the meat to make mighty fine BBQ.The older siblings are getting tired of being hidden away, and decide to go to town but something horrible happens and brings their world crashing down.Overall, it was [...]

    20. Chihoe Ho

      It's not like vampire stories like this haven't been done before but I'm a sucker for sympathetic ones that root for the underdog. And yes, the vampires in Redneck are the downtrodden, having had to keep their true selves in check for the betterment of the Texan small town they live in. The series is like having a Black Hammer filter on True Blood stripped of its R-rated stuff, and it's quite enjoyable. I love the artwork in this, and I'm actually looking forward to the "To be continued" ending [...]

    21. Melissa Bennett

      More a 3.5 star review. I liked it but did not love it. The storyline was decent as was the artwork. It just wasn't great. Enjoyed going through the centuries old battle between the Bowman's and the Landry's. Each family has had issues with each other. Same ole story but with a vampire twist to it. The artwork was colorful, enjoyable and creepy sometimes. They did an excellent job on grandpa. There was an occasion that I couldn't tell the difference between some characters but it was not a const [...]

    22. Matt Sowell

      I honestly cannot wait for the next one! A Close nit family of southern vampires and plenty of backstory. All the characters presented so far are enjoyable and you can't help but want to know more about them. If you like things like 'American Vampire', this is right up your alley.

    23. Alex Miklos

      It was pretty interesting, I would like to see how the rest of the story goes. I am definitely intrigued enough to read more.

    24. Dan Young

      Don't turn away just because this is yet another vampire story. It's much more compelling than that.I'd argue it's the story of family and all the frustrations and jealousies that come with that.

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