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Review – Lucifer #4 (DC Vertigo)

Review – Lucifer #4 (DC Vertigo)

Publisher: DC Vertigo Writer: Dan Watters Artwork: Max Fiumara, Sebastian Fiumara Colours: Dave McCaig Letters: Steve Wands Release Date: 23rd January 2019 The threads that make up the vast storyline of Lucifer are finally starting to come together here in what is in a delightfully fulfilling but classically vague chapter. Finally we’re starting to see the relevance of the many characters that have populated what seemed like their own individual arcs, in a brilliant move which ties together all of the previous issues, including the many flashbacks and side stories. So how did Lucifer end up as the self-blinded beggar on some random plane of existence? Well, as we discover, the duo of witches from his past are the key to bridging this place and the outside world of former detective John Decker. Their search for a third sister mirrors his own search for his wife’s past, resulting in a surprising reveal that offers up even more questions about his grander role in the scheme of things. Who is the woman who opens the story of this issue? Is she a mother, goddess, captive, wife? Or is she a victim of someone taking this opportunity for revenge? As suspected, this [...]



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