After teasing his outlining process last week, Preacher co-creator Seth Rogen released a new photo from his cork board, which includes a song that will be familiar to fans of Garth Ennis' original comic book.

In the first issue of Preacher, Jesse Custer sings the Willie Nelson song "Time of the Preacher Man," which was first released on the singer's 1975 album Redheaded Stranger.

Last week's photo revealed that Genesis, the supernatural deity who possesses Texas preacher Jesse Custer, will be seen right away in the teaser. In the comic, Genesis takes hold of Custer during one of his sermons, which set him on a journey to literally find God, who has abandoned his post in Heaven. Jesse is joined on this journey by his ex-girlfriend and an unorthodox vampire, as they are hunted by the Saint of Killers.

Seth Rogen is writing the pilot script with his frequent collaborator Evan Goldberg. The pair wrote Superbad, Pineapple Express and The Green Hornet, along with writing and directing This Is the End.

Are you excited to see what Seth Rogen will tease next as the Preacher writing process continues? Chime in with your thoughts below, and, if you're never heard Willie Nelson's "Time of the Preacher Man" before, you can listen to it below.