Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned

Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned

From the pages of Neil Gaiman's multi award-winning Sandman series...Lucifer has been busy - creating a universe of his own, in fact, something that has caused ripples and attracted the attention of forces both Above and Below. Join our anti-hero as he journeys to a strange, 18th-century flavoured hell, full of intrigues and back-stabbing; as we meet a poor sinner who is raised to power through the machinations of a demoness; and as the Morningstar's creation threatens to renew a war as old as time itself...A war with Heaven...

This volume contains:
Lucifer #14–20

Title:Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781563898921
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    Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned Reviews

  • Devann

    So I had originally given this volume 4 stars because while I absolutely adore Tryptic and The Thunder Sermon, A Dalliance with the Damned bores me pretty immensely. But after reading it again I reali...

  • Artemy

    The first arc in this volume, "Triptych", was actually pretty good. But then, sadly, it all went to hell (literally). And I have to give Mike Carey some credit here, not every writer can write hell in...

  • Chad

    Triptych is a great arc. I like how each issue focuses on one of our main characters Elaine Belloc, Mazikeen, and Lucifer, advancing each of their stories. A Dalliance with the Damned is much less int...

  • Cheese

    Fantastic series. If it continues like this it’ll be in my top 10 easily...

  • sally ?

    things are getting intense and I'm rEADY for it....

  • Zec

    “Must I Sin once... and repent forever?” Existential musings in a comic about the devil... who’d have thought? Mike Carey is a genius. Really enjoying this.A lot happens in this book plot wise. ...

  • Cathy

    Most of the book was about characters I didn't care about at all doing things that I didn't care about at all. It wasn't intriguing or enjoyable. I don't understand what Carey was doing with this one....

  • ?t?pn

    Interlude that is detached a little bit from the story so far. Definitely shows more characters and set ups the future plot. Yay, for the next one!...

  • Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    Very gripping. some twisted little side plots, all sorts of intrigue in hell, and an awesome chance for Lucifer to play out a new take on the garden of Eden story. Also, everyone wants a piece of Luci...

  • Aldi

    Fantastic. The faux-historical setting of Effrul and the demons playacting at being human has always been a favourite of mine, complete with the archaic diction and Christopher and Lys's story, which ...