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5.0 étoiles sur 5The big story is good, but the small stories are even better8 octobre 2003
Par Rorschach - Publié sur Amazon.com
After making it clear to everyone, that 'the strong one is most powerful alone' Lucifer is finally reaping the fruits of his arrogance in the 'Paradiso' and 'Purgatorio' story arcs. When he only survives by the skin of his teeth he finds himself indebted to some characters that he used to treat pretty much like cockroaches in previous encounters. Truly a masterful parable about power and arrogance that may have a lot of meaning in this day and age. However it is again the short interludes where the genius of Mike Carey shines most brightly. 'The Writing on the Wall' is not only a masterful story in itself (... thousand years are but one day ...) but also a prism shining light on the greater story arc. (Re-read the first page about the importance of communication after you know the whole story and be amazed!)
5.0 étoiles sur 5An all around great series5 novembre 2013
Par Alex Freeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
With out giving too much away, this is a great spin off of the SANDMAN graphic novels. I would say that while the writing is not quite the same, the level of quality and storytelling is on par with the SANDMAN series. The character LUCIFER is just as witty and clever as in the SANDMAN series, and that's a great thing. The auxiliary characters grow and develop over time too, which makes reading this series so enjoyable.
I would recommend this to any one who is a fan of the SANDMAN comics, or graphic novels. OR if you are into the Christian Occult (oxymoron?) this series has some interesting / though provoking ideas and concepts for the reader to consider.
5.0 étoiles sur 5Very, Very Good.1 juillet 2013
Par Onion Okray - Publié sur Amazon.com
I enjoyed the entire series of books. They are some of the best comics that I have read to date.
5.0 étoiles sur 5Infernally Awesome20 mars 2013
Par JackFaust77 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This series starts strong and just ascends to the heights, an amazing, creative, clever work on its own as well as a worthy "sister" title/spin off from Gaiman's SANDMAN (you do not need to have read that to enjoy this). Better move quick though, as DC is no longer keeping this title in print.
5.0 étoiles sur 5The Devil's in the Details3 mars 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
This installment of Lucifer is perhaps the best of the series, so far. Mike Carey's writing is brilliant, depicting biblical fantasy like no other. One of the reasons for this is not the overall story, but for the stand alone stories that focus on the people who are affected by the titantic struggle between Lucifer's desire for freedom, on a personal and universal level, and those that seek to curtail his bid for liberty. The story about the young centaur girl who crosses oceans and worlds in a vain attempt to warn the Lightbringer of the impending doom about to befall his new kingdom is heartbreaking in its tragedy. Balancing out that story is one at the end with the hilarious squabbling sibling fallen cherubim Guadim and Spera who attempt to traverse the realms of pain with shoddy merchandise. Still, the star of the show is Lucifer, and the cataclysmic battle between him an implacable foe that wants his newly created world for himself is exciting, bringing back characters long absent, and featuring a cameo from a beloved character from the Sandman universe. For those missing Neil Gaiman's seminal work and those looking for a fresh take on weighty issues, look no further.