Lucifer, Vol. 5 by Mike Carey

Lucifer, Vol. 5

From the pages of THE SANDMAN...Lucifer Morningstar returns to Hell in this fifth collection of the acclaimed LUCIFER series, reprinting issues #29-35. Still weak, with most of his power locked in the feathers stolen by Susano-O-No-Mikoto, Lucifer must now face the challenge of single combat to the death with his brother, the angel of the Host Amenadiel. But as Mazikeen hunts for Susano and Lucifer plans his strategy, angels and devils alike are ...


Details Lucifer, Vol. 5

TitleLucifer, Vol. 5
ISBN9781401202101
Author
Release DateFeb 1st, 2004
PublisherVertigo
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Graphic Novels Comics
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Reviews Lucifer, Vol. 5

  • Ivan
    1970-01-01
    I suppose every long series have to have low point.Volume 5 isn't necessary bad but it's not on par with rest of the series.
  • Devann
    1970-01-01
    As much as I hate to do it, I think this has to be the first four star volume in the series. I absolutely love the first four issues [Inferno] and really they follow directly off the end of the last volume in the whole 'Paradiso, Purgatorio, Inferno' thing, but the last three issues here just aren't that great. For once one-shot side story just doesn't really grab my attention, and the last two issues are decent enough but really they're just the...
  • Airiz C
    1970-01-01
    The spark of God's former lamplighter is dancing precariously in the middle of a gusty compromise. One false glide would mean hissing out of existence forever, and this time the embers are unlikely to rise again like the last time....what would Lucifer do?Inferno, the fifth volume in the Lucifer series, successfully wraps up everything for the first major story arc while setting up the stage for the next book.Lucifer Morningstar, after being brou...
  • Tomáš
    1970-01-01
    Zhruba půlka sbírky popisuje vyvrcholení předchozí knihy - Luciferova návštěva pekla. Zajímavé, ale očekávání nenaplňuje. Jednosešitová povídka uprostřed na mě působila, jako bych četl Sandmana. Zatím asi úplně nejlepší kousek. Finální dvousešitová návštěva Lokiho byla nadprůměrná, takže nakonec za čtyři hvězdy.
  • DaViD´82
    1970-01-01
    A stejně jako všichni lidé, kteří se pokoušejí být dobří, si občas přál, aby se trest za hříchy projevoval viditelněji. A aby odměna za slušnost nebyla tak dlouho odkládána. Stěží říci co je největší devizou této série. Zda postavy v čele s Jitřním knížetem, plnokrevnou to postavou, které však ani po všech těch stovkách stran nelze přijít na kobylku, zda je to plejáda nosných vedlejších postav, zda pr...
  • Jennifer
    1970-01-01
    Given that we've been building up to it since Children and Monsters three volumes ago, it's not surprising that fully half of Carey's Inferno is dedicated to the long-promised duel between Lucifer and Amenadiel. And if Lucifer's a bit shaky on his pins after being mostly dead all day, then he's simply going to be that much more cunning to survive - at least long enough for Mazikeen to track and kill the god who's trapped Lucifer's power in his la...
  • Christopher Reynolds
    1970-01-01
    This is my least favourite of the Lucifer volumes, mostly dealing with Lucifer's duel with Amenadiel, which is my least favourite arc of Lucifer - there's a whole bunch of villains, including Amenadiel, Susano o-no-mikoto, Mazikeen's husband (who is awkwardly introduced and just happens to have a plot-device that gives him access to the mind of God which he doesn't seem to have much use of himself), plus a few minor threats who are out to kill Lu...
  • Zec
    1970-01-01
    Contains the stories: Inferno, Bearing Gifts, Come to Judgement.Continues to have the same style and substance of the series. This volume concludes the end of the first main arc with the Basanos and angry Long haired angel. It also sets up some stuff and characters for future arcs. I was interested in seeing what changes have happened to the Lady Lys but she just seems a lot more in control of her desires and still evil. Rudd remains a semi-inter...
  • SaraKat
    1970-01-01
    I love the way Lucifer solves his problems with cleverness and doesn't even need his super powers to beat beings that have them. That is what makes him the hero of the books even though his moral compass is a little off-center. :) The plot always seems to put Lucifer in an impossible situation with an obvious solution that seems impossible and then a secondary surprise solution that he ends up using. I like how he tends to do things quietly with ...
  • Đenis
    1970-01-01
    Lucifer musí do pekla na sľúbený súboj s Amadielom. Susano o Mikato ho ale pripravil o všetku silu a utiekol s pierkami moci. Lucifer preto posiela Mazikeen za Susanom a sám sa vydáva do ríše, ktorú sám vytvoril, a opustil.
  • James
    1970-01-01
    Such an interesting and thought provoking series.
  • Drizztl
    1970-01-01
    6,5/10
  • Steven Werber
    1970-01-01
    Lucifer has a duel with an angel and he hasn't got his divine powers back yet....
  • Angela
    1970-01-01
    Lucifer’s fifth collection begins and ends with a promise. The first is a promise fulfilled: Lucifer returns to Hell to fulfill an oath to Amendiel...and fight to the death. Still reeling from the events of “TheDivine Comedy,” and not at his full strength, Lucifer is additionally handicapped by the scheming not onlyof Amendiel and various factions of demonic nobility, but of Hells’ new ruler, the angel Remiel. It concludes with a promise ...
  • Chris Miller
    1970-01-01
    I think court intrigue is one of the most boring plot structures ever, and this was a lot of that with the royalty of Effrul (especially Lady Lys). I already had too much of it in Volume 3, and then here it was again.Also the duel between Lucifer and Amenadiel felt like a side tangent that they remembered to wrap up (and they did so sloppily). I wish they had kept on forgetting.For the aforementioned reasons I think this trade paperback was the w...
  • Sonja
    1970-01-01
    I have to say that this is probably my least favorite of the series so far. Which isn't really saying anything because I stayed up past my bedtime reading it, Mazikeen is still my personal hero, and Lucifer is still up to his usually charismatic, trickster self.I guess I got the feeling that this text was all about setting pieces in order for more substantial character arts and Awesome Happenings -- which is totally okay. Set-up whets the appetit...
  • Tom
    1970-01-01
    By this point in the series, Lucifer had hit its stride. The central characters are, for the most part, laid out, the mythology more or less is mapped, and the artwork has stabilized between Peter Gross and Dean Ormston's very different penciling styles. This isn't to say new characters and such will not be introduced (as the apparently still-alive Biblical Solomon is here as final form of justice), but things are set up and are coming to heads.T...
  • PurplyCookie
    1970-01-01
    "Lucifer Vol. 5: Inferno" marks the conclusion of a major story arc: whatever happened to those wings of Lucifer? Last seen in the possession of Susano-O-No-Mikoto, they left the battlefields as the Basanos committed suicide, apparently into the mists of time (or whatever passes for cryptic walking-off- into-the-sunset in Lucifer's world anyway.) Lucifer duels with Amenadiel (both following the code duello)--that duel promised in "Lucifer Vol. 2:...
  • Korpuskat Morris
    1970-01-01
    After Lucifer's bout with the Basanos, he is immediately called upon to answer the challenge of a duel issued a year prior. This would seem mundane and simple for the Morningstar, except that in the fight with the Basanos, Lucifer lost much of his power. On top of his unusual weakness his opponent, Amenadiel, has proceeded to cheat in this duel.In the process of fighting the pre-duel attacks on him, we see Lucifer injured in a mundane fashion whi...
  • Phaedra
    1970-01-01
    This book explored the realm that Lucifer 'created', how he played out his own version of Adam and Eve and his sole dictum to not worship anything or anyone. Again, this went deeper into Lucifer's personality and character, he is himself. Lucifer is the truest form of the Shakespearean adage 'to thine ownself be true', he never once swerves away from being fully what he is - the trickster who stands at the door and forces us to see ourselves as w...
  • Raj
    1970-01-01
    Despite having lost most of his power, Lucifer has a meeting to attend in Hell, and he prides himself on always keeping his word. He has been challenged to a duel by the angel Amenadiel and the time has come to fulfil that obligation. Meanwhile, his consort, and war-leader of the Lilim, Mazikeen, is on the track of the god who has the two feathers that contain this power.I found this story pretty riveting, with Lucifer's pride in never going back...
  • Aaron
    1970-01-01
    There's a certain feeling of "resetting" that occurs in this book following the major events of volume 4, but it doesn't last very long. After a brief period of checking in and evaluating how the major characters are affected by the various changes, we get right back into the stuff I love most about this series: watching Lucifer be the most cunning evil mastermind of all time. We get that in spades here. It's like reading a fantastic con story, o...
  • Darrell
    1970-01-01
    Lucifer prepares for his duel with Amenadiel in Hell while the nobility of Effrul we met in A Dalliance with the Damned scheme behind the scenes. Meanwhile, Mazikeen hunts down Susano-O-No-Mikoto and ends up having a run in with her husband Scoria who is planning on taking God’s place. Apparently, God is going to follow Lucifer’s example by abandoning his post.This volume also features Solomon, the famous judge from the Bible. In his appearan...
  • Paul
    1970-01-01
    I've recently re-read the first three collected trade volumes of this series.I don't have Volume 4, and can't justify paying the prices seton e-boob for it, so I skipped from Volume 3 to Volume 5. I don't feel as if I've missed anything particularly important.Oh sure a minor character has died, some new (minor) characters are introduced, and I'm sure there must have been a story or two that I've missed.... but it all seems so circular.Volume 5 do...
  • Lauri
    1970-01-01
    Selles köites keskendutakse Luciferi lubatud duellile Amenadieliga, mis leiab aset Põrgu osas (maakonnas? provintsis?) Effrulis, mille valitseja Lord Arux peab ühtlasi ka toimima neutraalse kohtunikuna. Luciferi mainet teades otsustavad nii mõnedki veidike suht kindlat tulemust - Luciferi võimu ja jõu atribuudid on endiselt hävinud ja ta esineb inimkujul - siiski veel kindlustada. Põrgu üks senistest valitsejates, ingel Remiel orgunnib p...
  • Benjamin Shehu
    1970-01-01
    A fantastic take on Lucifer, the fallen one, and his stance towards both god and Michael his brother. A tale that both adds to the meaning of Sandman, but draws heavily from it too.While retired, Lucifer undertakes a job from Heaven, which grants him a letter of passage. This sets the universe on course for its end, and results with a new Creation, Lucifer's one, the death of Michael, but also the transfer of his powers into Elaine Belloc and of ...
  • Nicholas Kaufmann
    1970-01-01
    Lucifer returns to Hell for his duel with Amendiel severely weakened by the recent attack against him; Mazikeen goes looking for the magic feathers that will restore Lucifer to full strength, and runs into a very dangerous ex-boyfriend; and Samson from the Bible investigates Elaine's death. However, the best story in this volume is the standalone "Bearing Gifts," in which a demon asks a devoutly religious man for help. It's touching and beautiful...
  • Mel
    1970-01-01
    I'm still loving this series. It took me awhile to get into the first issue in this collection as I couldn't remember all the details of the previous one but when I did I really liked it. This collection features three stories, one that sees Lucifer in a duel in hell, while the real fight takes place elsewhere. A story about demons and an old Jewish man that made me cry as it was just so lovely, and the hunt for the killers of the little angel gi...
  • Siria
    1970-01-01
    The fifth of the Lucifer series, this sees the end of the first big story arc. The artwork improves as the book progresses, as does the cohesion of the storyline. It's not the most successful of the collections, as these stories are grouped together because that was the order in which they were written, not because they form a distinct grouping in and of themselves; still, very worth reading, if only because Lucifer makes the most delicious of An...
  • Annette Jordan
    1970-01-01
    The time has come for Lucifer's duel against the angel Amenadial, and he is still in a weakened state, but that is not his only problem- an assassin from The House of Windowless rooms is in pursuit. Using his cunning to reveal treachery Lucifer is triumphant. The second half of the book sees Solomon investigating the death of Elaine, the child of the Archangel Michael who saved Lucifers life while Lucifer himself seeks out Loki and borrows a ship...