Preacher is based on the comics by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. It’s Sparky natural dramedy circles Jesse Custer (ultra-charismatic Dominic Cooper), a reformed bad boy whose collar around its pastor fit like a noose. But it has no choice but to keep the pulpit: He has promised to mortal father who would grow up to become a good guy, “because it’s not too bad.” Hershey, the town where the return of Jesse sermons, the worst of the bad Donny Schenck (Derek Wilson), a Civil War re-enactor wife defeat so heinous, the son asks the Minister to kick your ass. The problem is, Jesse is just going through the motions, walk straight path of duty rather than the belief that he can make a difference.
Dominic Cooper plays Jesse Custer, the type of media dark and mysterious with a past, reluctantly returns to his small (fictional) birthplace Annville, Texas to take over from his father as a preacher. Jesse when we met a man about to lose faith (not that he had much to begin with), and is impartial exercise Christly every Sunday for a long time. There is a trade-off adaptation of the comic book on screen, you lose a part of the visual freedom, but more room for subtlety and eloquence, and Jesse version of the Cooper is a little ‘softer and a little’ less tired, but no less magnetic and complex.