Looking past the tropes, Lucifer is a really fun show that manages to tackle some pretty deep questions about the fundamentals of morality and humanity.
One of the better installments of the Sandman Universe expansion so far, Lucifer #1 is a great blend of dark comedy and horror.
Lucifer #14 recaps the recent events of the last arc, while introducing some intriguing new characters and laying the groundwork for the next issue.
Lucifer #13 Writers: Holly Black, Richard Kadrey Artists: Marco Rudy, Ben Templesmith Letters: Todd Klein Cover: Dave Johnson Publisher: Vertigo A review by Stephanie
Lucifer #12 was a bit rushed with its odd pacing, but the series continues to be a wonderfully devilish read.
Lucifer #11 is the calm before the storm and builds the anticipation for an unpredictably thrilling showdown between Lucifer and God.
Lucifer #10 Writer: Holly Black Artist: Lee Garbett Colours: Antonio Fabela & Veronica Gandini Letters: Todd Klein Cover: Dave Johnson Publisher: Vertigo A review
In Lucifer #9, Lucifer once again returns to the underworld. His progeny and his ex-partner are set to do battle for the throne of Hell!
Lucifer Vol. 1: Cold Heaven Writer: Holly Black Artist: Lee Garbett Colorist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: Todd Klein Cover: Dave Johnson Publisher: Vertigo A review