Lucifer #68

Writer: Mike Carey Artist: Peter Gross Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: November 23, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The throne of God is shattered, the Silver City has fallen, and Lucifer fights on alone in the wreckage. If there's still a way to save the rest of Creation, then it depends on half-angel Elaine Belloc, who's been summoned before a higher tribunal than she ever imagined possible. "Morningstar" part 5.

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    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Nov 28, 2005

    Throughout its six-year run, the subtle architecture of Lucifer has woven mythology with poetry to create this incredible contest of wits staged on the largest possible playing field. Removed from the traditional context of Good vs. Evil, Lucifer is a compelling protagonist, completely self-interested without the slightest interest in anything superfluous. He has his own perspective, and a pretty convincing rationale for establishing his own creation. Every last thing action has consequences, and the Morningstar survives by outwitting his deadly opponents-and if God is in that number, well then, he'll outsmart Him, too. Next issue appears to be the climax for the entire series, with the following six issues marking a denouement. This series is a must-read for fans of gothic or biblical fiction, and this is the most exciting moment in Lucifer's long history. Read Full Review

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