Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned Read Online Free - From the pages of Neil Gaiman's multi award-winning Sandman series...Lucifer has been busy - creating a universe of his own, in fact, something that has caused ripples and attracted the attention of forces both Above and Below. Join our anti-hero as he journeys to a strange, 18th-century flavoured hell, full of intrigues and back-stabbing; as we meet a poor sinner who is raised to power through the machinations of a demoness; and as the Morningstar's creation threatens to renew a war as old as time itself...A war with Heaven...
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|Title||:||Lucifer, Vol. 3: A Dalliance With the Damned|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
October 05, 2017
Fantastic series. If it continues like this it’ll be in my top 10 easily
June 06, 2016
Most of the book was about characters I didn't care about at all doing things that I didn't care about at all. It wasn't intriguing or enjoyable. I don't understand what Carey was doing with this one. I've had very hard time with this series, I'm still not seeing the appeal. There are high points...
May 03, 2012
Very gripping. some twisted little side plots, all sorts of intrigue in hell, and an awesome chance for Lucifer to play out a new take on the garden of Eden story. Also, everyone wants a piece of Lucifer's new Creation so things seem to be working towards a Season Of Mists sort of scenario. I'm n...
June 30, 2017
This one gets 4 stars because while I absolutely adore Tryptic and The Thunder Sermon, A Dalliance with the Damned bores me pretty immensely, although it is setting up important stuff for later on down the road.
I love how we get to see Lucifer creating his own universe because he literally create...
August 04, 2011
Norman Mailer once said that The Sandman series by Neil Gaiman is a “comic book for intellectuals”. If ever he’d read the Lucifer graphic novels by Mike Carey, I bet he’d say the same comment about it.
A Dalliance with the Damned is the third volume that chronicles the adventures of the Lightbring...
February 06, 2016
The first arc in this volume, "Triptych", was actually pretty good. But then, sadly, it all went to hell (literally). And I have to give Mike Carey some credit here, not every writer can write hell in such a boring way. Basically all that happens there is some murderer gets to boink a babe with h...
April 06, 2011
Unfortunately, this is going to be less a review and more of a highlights. So, without further adieu (since I still have Volume 4 to read and it's due back at the library tomorrow):
Lucifer as God; Angels as Demons
Still enjoying the inversion that's going on here. Lucifer makes his realm and his o...
August 07, 2012
This volume of everybody's favourite anti-hero contains three apparently unrelated triptychs, a story of what's going on in Hell and a short after-story where Michael confronts Lucifer again.
This volume didn't really do an awful lot for me. The three triptychs were interesting, the first being be...
April 04, 2013
At this point I'm completely enthralled with this series. Every detail in every storyline is so perfect, every character so thoroughly imagined (even ones that get killed off almost immediately), that you feel a total understanding for this completely alien world Mike Carey has created. In this v...
May 31, 2010
I'll confess that I don't particularly care about Christopher Rudd and his adventures in Hell. For me, at least, it's the low point of the series, as there's just so little at stake watching a bunch of demons stabbing each other in the back.
It's a shame too, because this volume really gives Mazik...