By Paul Mason
May 17, 2017 - 6:48
Publisher(s): DC Comics
Writer(s): Richard Kary
Artist(s): Lee Garrett
Colourist(s): Antonio Fabela
Letterer(s): Todd Klein
Cover Artist(s): Lee Garrett
So I am not a regular Lucifer reader, so right off the bat this review should be taken with a grain of salt.
The issue opens with a fight between Lucifer and his son. Other than that a lot of dialogue and action I would have to read some back issues to fully follow.
The art in this comic can be described as harshly beautiful, or perhaps purposely messy. There aren’t many clean lines, yet the panels are clear, Lucifer wings glorious in the artists depiction.
Kadry is another novelist turned comic writer, so although I was lost in this story I trust there is a clear narrative and this issue interested me enough to go and read the back story.
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