Redneck: a term looked down upon or praised if your of the Walmart religious order. I would have never seen the day when a good monster/ghoul/vampire story arch would rejuvenate the word better than the previous work done by Jeff Foxworthy. Here, Redneck #1 meshies the world of demonology/vampire/occult and the supernatural just right. It’s one part backwoods meets horror movie “cabin in woods” setting. Donny Cates‘ writing is also solid, with a very engaging story right off the rip, holding a steady pace the whole way through. The storytelling, along with the well done grit, gloom ‘n doom artwork of Lisardo Estherren and colorist Dee Cunniffe was effortlessly on-point. Redneck unfolds as a cinematic flick within my imagination. Impressive. The comic also packs the ingenuity of taking Anne Rice & The Walking Dead flair, breeding a new fFrom the sticks hybrid” in a Kenfolk Nosferatu lineage. The Hatfield & McCoys’ vampire blood wars are beginning y’all. 5/5 Jugs of Moonshine.