There is less of ‘god’ in this issue, but that doesn’t mean that it is no less problematic for our favourite fallen angel. He’s quite lucky that he’s armed as the forces from Hell, Heaven and Earth all seem to be building against him. I was please to see the weapon that Lucifer has, as it harks back and looks like it’s moving forward. Although it is massively over sized, so he shouldn’t be able to hide it. Also in this issue – golums, demons, betrayal, potential betrayals (?), drugs, talking babies, visions of the future, specters of the past, and Lucifer seems pretty chilled through it all – until we get to the very end, and that is something I didn’t see coming!
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