Lucifer Morningstar continues to work on his greatest plan
yet - the creation of a new universe to rival God's - without
the constraints imposed by having deities. Now, with the original
gate between the two universes shattered into innumerable
pieces, beings from throughout the original Creation have
the opportunity to join Lucifer's new realm. But, although
neither Heaven or Hell await them there, the forces aligned
against Lucifer still have one or two cards left to play...
and their attitude towards both the Morningstar and his refugees
is far from friendly...
Divine Comedy is the fourth collection in the Lucifer
series and while it is not essential that readers are familiar
with previous volumes, it does help if you know what has gone
artwork is very hit and miss throughout this collection and
the story is not quite up to Mike Carey's usual standard -
it takes a bit of concentrating to follow the different threads
that are interwoven. But it is worth it in the long run.
collection won't be to everyone's liking, but for those who
enjoy a dose of theology with their comic books this provides
a good read.
but if you have the attention span of a goldfish you might
like to pick up something a little more lightweight.
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