COMIC I'm 50 issues deep into lucifer :bowdown:

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  1. yawgmoth

    yawgmoth nine > ten OT Supporter

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    :bowdown: <--- for lucifer


    I almost feel like it makes me satanic, because I find myself... loving the morningstar. He just seems so fucking cool.

    I recommend it to all you.
    Maybe start with sandman first though, the pieces of back story found there are too awesome to not delve into.
     
  2. Buckwild

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    How is Lucifer related to Sandman? Is it written by Gaiman as well? I read through most of Sandman a long while ago and have been reading Gaimans novels in the interim.
     
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    yawgmoth nine > ten OT Supporter

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    It's not written by Gaiman, but Mike Carey. It's kind of like sandman in that it covers a lot of strange mythology and things tend to tie together nicely in an epic way. And a lot of other characters Gaiman established make appearances as well.
     
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    Has any of it been uploaded? I've thumbed through a few at my local comic book store, but none of it appealed to me. I guess I'd have to read a whole arc to decide :o
     
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    yawgmoth nine > ten OT Supporter

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    Yep, all of it is on warskrull ftw. And same here honestly, I picked up a total of 10 issues here and there somewhere early on in the series, but I couldn't get into it.
     
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    babygodzilla I love rice

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    i have also been reading Gaiman novels the past 2-3 months!! so far ive read

    Good Omens
    Stardust
    Neverwhere
    American Gods
    Anansi Boys


    i think i enjoyed Neverwhere the most, but all of em were VERY entertaining! :bowdown:
     
  7. LANshark

    LANshark This is America. My president is black and my Lamb

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    I loved American Gods.

    I've told everyone I know to read that book.
     

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