Lazarus, Vol. 2: Lift Read Online Free - While Forever keeps watch on her sister Johanna, she finds hints of rebellion brewing in LA.
At the same time, the Barrets, a family of "Waste," lose their home and land, and must pursue their only chance for a better life - a 500-mile journey to Denver in the hope that one of their family will be noticed by the Carlyles and "lifted" to Serf status.
Collecting LAZARUS #5-9
|Title||:||Lazarus, Vol. 2: Lift|
|Number of Pages||:||104 pages|
October 31, 2017
My name is Sarah and I am naught but a harebrained nitwit. Why? Because I almost gave up on this most wondrous series after reading this instalment. I thought it was disappointing. And kinda sorta meh. And kinda sorta boring. So I wasn't exactly excited and enthusiastic and thrilled at the prospe...
August 27, 2015
Hundreds of thousands flock to Denver for the “Lift”, aka the job interview from hell, where “Waste” (people who live under the Families’ rule but are unemployed) get the chance to be “Serfs” (receive jobs and in return get a better way of life for them and theirs). Meanwhile, there’s a threat ag...
December 10, 2015
In Lazarus Vol.2: Lift, Rucka and Lark gradually broaden the story's scope. While the first volume's focus on the intrigant upper crust sometimes felt like watching Dallas or Dynasty (not an experience I am keen on), this second volume starts to explore life outside the family's guarded walls - a...
March 27, 2017
Fantastic! WOW! We get background on Forever, but also we see how life is for non-family - for non-serf. The waste that populate most of the planet.
Now that we're moving into volume 2, Rucka and gang open up the story with several storylines. In the first, we see Forever...
February 06, 2015
Another great Buddyread with my amazing Shallow Comics Readers for Indie week!
My God is Forever ("Eve") a hard, cold person. Raised as she was, ever at arms' length, and constantly trained in death, tactics and diplomacy, it's no wonder - but still, man did it produce results. I'm a pretty odd du...
September 17, 2014
Every bit as fascinating as the first volume. This volume gives more insight into the world of Lazarus, and gives a very welcome look at the "Waste" classes. I felt like there was more plot momentum and less exposition in this volume, and I'm feeling more and more comfortable in the world that Ru...
May 13, 2016
The first volume focused mainly on the Carlyles, one of the 1%er families that now rule the world, replacing nation states. And we met the Carlyle Lazarus, Forever, who is a kind of Ronin-type super-protector who has not yet learned she is biologically engineered. In this volume, she learns this,...
August 06, 2015
This is a volume that I was very excited to get to because I only very recently picked up Volume 1 and was blown away by how much I ended up enjoying the concept of this world and the character of Forever. In this book we get introduced to a few more of the characters such as the 'Barrets'. I hav...
October 20, 2014
This volume takes a nice close look at a part of this world that I was very interested in seeing.
The waste are the peoples of this world that aren't currently employed as 'serfs' for any of the families. I was intrigued by the social hierarchy in the first volume and was hoping that I...
October 25, 2017
The premise is still a class-stratified world: a small cohort of very wealthy families run the world. All others are either serf or waste peoples. The Carlyle Lazarus is discovering all is not as it appears on the surface with her family or the world while Rucka introduces a Waste family onto the...