As, what one of this comic’s creators referred to me as, a Lumber-Jane Hippie, I will admit that at first I was intrigued and entertained by this title, but I did not ‘get’ it. I had no idea what fired pies were and I don’t drink sweet tea. So not only is this title teaching me something with each new issue, it’s helping me understand what the culture the South really is. There are more layers and complications than the caricatures that are portrayed on television and movies. The South is deep seeded in history, tradition, stubborn pride, unapologetic brutality, a language seemingly all its own, and some of the most colorful cast of realistic characters you can find. Every Southerner I know who has read this book have said they know people like the very ones written on this book.