In a small fortified compound in the heart of Texas, over 180 men once died for their freedom. The place was called the Mission San Antonio de Valero, but it's remembered by another name: The Alamo.
Now the Reverend Jesse Custer is returning to this place of sacrifice to end the quest that began in the burning remains of his church all those years ago - a quest to track down God and make Him answer for His actions. After everything Jesse and his lover, Tulip O'Hare, have been through - treachery, separation, death, resurrection - the time has come to finally bring justice to the guilty and force answers from the betrayers. But will he even get the chance to act before Starr, the vengeance-obsessed leader of the Grail conspiracy, finally catches up with him? Or will the Alamo be the site of another righteous defeat?
Alamo is the concluding volume in the Preacher saga, one of the most celebrated comic titles of the late 1990s. Created by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon, this modern American epic of life, death, love and redemption is also packed with sex, booze, blood and bullets - not to mention angels, demons, God, vampires and deviants of all stripes - making for one of the most viscerally appealing tales ever to see four-color print.