Lucifer, Vol. 2: Children and Monsters by Mike Carey

Lucifer, Vol. 2: Children and Monsters

From the pages of Neil Gaiman's multi award-winning Sandman series...Cast out of heaven, thrown down to rule in Hell, Lucifer Morningstar has resigned his post and abandoned his infernal kingdom for the mortal city of Los Angeles. But retirement means only opportunity for Lucifer's many and varied enemies, all of whom have bitter and long memories, and it's going to take m...

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Lucifer, Vol. 2: Children and Monsters Reviews

  • Siria
    I really thought this was much better than the first volume. The set-up and exposition of the first trade give way to the face-off between Lucifer and the hosts of heaven in this one. The storylines which are established in the previous collection are picked up and continued with here, with the writ...
  • Airiz C
    When a spark of plan ignites in the mind of God’s former lamplighter, there’s nothing that can stop him from incinerating it to action. That’s what’s proven in the second volume of Mike Carey’s The Sandman spin-off, Lucifer: Children and Monsters.After coercing the Basanos (...
  • Jayaprakash Satyamurthy
    I read the first Lucifer tpb quite a while back; it didn't do too much for me either way. It didn't seem to be much beyond the rather cutesy premise of making Lucifer and Mazikeen open a nightclub in LA. This volumes seems a lot more epic, cosmic even, and I do like my horror-oriented narratives to ...
  • Paul
    Re-read 21-06-2103Good Story - Average ArtThe first one with the Bolton art was better, but still, the story makes it a worthwhile read.« Picking up where LUCIFER: DEVIL IN THE GATEWAY ends, this trade paperback has Lucifer continuing his plans for a new revolution as he attempts to reclaim his w...
  • Patrick
    Something I forgot to mention in my review of book one that bears note. This series does a masterful job of interweaving mythologies. In just the first couple books, you get Judeo-Christian, Navajo, Sumerian, Japanese, Norse.... If you're a mythology geek like me, it's lovely. It's everything I love...
  • Valeska
    3.5I enjoyed it as much as the first volume, yet it took me ages to finish it and I hateeee that....
  • Cathy
    I liked this volume better than the first one, though I'm still not a big fan of the series yet. The individual storylines didn't feel terribly complete in and of themselves. (Is there a word for the books within the books that they do in comics? Like how this one had The House of Windowless Rooms a...
  • Devann
    I don't know if I can actually review every volume of this because all the reviews are just gonna be like 'you know what I love about this? EVERYTHING' *shrugs* Like I said, it's my favorite series ever and my third time reading it and I hardly ever reread stuff so you know I love it. This volume re...
  • Tomáš
    Lepší než první díl, více epický, hlubší,... ale stále mi něco chybí, anebo spíše přebývá. Možná "laciné" pojetí andělů, kdy jejich konec nic neznamená, možná superhrdinské pojetí Lucifera, když nikdy nechybuje a ...

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