Lucifer, Volume 2: Father Lucifer

Lucifer, Volume 2: Father Lucifer

After being wrongfully accused of deicide by his angelic brethren, the Prince of Hell undertook an epic quest through the cosmos to clear his name. Now he wants nothing more than to retire to his Los Angeles club, Ex Lux, and drown the world’s sorrows one drink at a time.With the throne of Heaven still vacant, archangels are turning on each other in an effort to seize thei...

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Title:Lucifer, Volume 2: Father Lucifer
Author:Holly Black
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ISBN:1401265413
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages

Lucifer, Volume 2: Father Lucifer Reviews

  • Sesana
    Mar 09, 2017
    From what I can tell, this volume looks to have a lot more nods to the previous Lucifer series than Black's first volume. Great if you read and really liked that series, I'm sure, assuming what Black is doing here is consistent with what came before. For me, there were a few too many scenes where I ...
  • Jordan
    Apr 21, 2017
    I just can't get over how good these books are. A freaking wonderful addition to the Mike Carey run every conceivable way. ...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Feb 25, 2017
    [Read as single issues]Two volumes in and Holly Black and Lee Garbett are proving that they aren't afraid to play in Mike Carey and friends' old stomping grounds, dragging up plot points and characters from the previous Lucifer series in order to wage a new war on Lucifer and Heaven itself.Whereas t...
  • Pop Bop
    Mar 08, 2017
    Yes. I'd Like Some More Lucifer Please.DC and Vertigo are rebooting what appears to be pretty much everything in their catalogues, which is fine by me. And Lucifer strikes me as among the titles most worthy of being rebooted. Everyone liked Gaiman's Lucifer and loved Mike Carey's 75 issue Lucifer, b...
  • Patricia
    Mar 22, 2017
         I kind of got excited when i saw that DC and Vertigo were rebooting a lot of there series . Then when i saw that LUCIFER was getting the reboot . I got excited and it to be done by a woman it was even better . In volume two we have Lucifer basically drownin his sorrows in his bar af...
  • Morris
    Mar 23, 2017
    “Lucifer Vol. 2: Father Lucifer” has beautiful artwork and a main story with potential, but it strays in way too many directions to be cohesive. I’m hoping that the next volume stays with a single storyline. Word of caution: If you’re coming to this comic because of the televisio...
  • Vicki
    Apr 24, 2017
    What a great continuation of Lucifer!Images are fantastic and kept me intrigued, even if I'm not a usual reader of graphic novels.(Based on an ebook copy of this title from the publisher for a review)...
  • Nightlizard
    Apr 28, 2017
    If you are here because of the show - you can be disappointed, because it is not the same. Overall I liked it and I would read the continuation, the whole thing was very interesting and I was really enjoying the art style of the illustrations. *Digital review copy provided by NetGalley & the publish...
  • Michael Benavidez
    May 18, 2017
    This was a really nice read to get into again. Having felt like the first one was more of a nod to the original while building up to the main event, this one actually manages to create the main event. With all the characters finally introduced from the last edition, and the things set up as they sho...
  • Maggie Gordon
    May 16, 2017
    I wasn't overly fond of the first volume of the rebooted Lucifer. I thought that it was unnecessary and destroyed a perfect ending to the original series. While I still think that, this second volume was substantially more interesting than the first. God has been reborn, and that's... not so great. ...