The Lucifer Trade Collection
I read comics, And I post on comic blogs all day, And I buy your comic, so you better please me with your comic, or I'll totally knee-drop your comic, and I hope this comic fails, because I like to see comics fail because it'll be good for the comic industry if your comic fails, where I buy my comics from, and I hope all comics fail except for the comics by the only 5 creators that I like and so on and so on.
OK, a bad speller posted this on Mike Carey's Crossing Midnight Interview:
"of all the vertigo sereis this has the most chance of being seen at a libraries so the trade will defently help this series survive let's not forget that Lusifer had lowest sales of any vertigo title of its day but still saw a satisfactory conclution ."
From what I remember that was not true. To the end, the monthly Lucifer sold better than Swamp Thing, Losers, Exterminators and some others. But who cares, I don't understand the Vertigo death-watch by people with negative attitudes. There's plenty of superhero books out there to pacify people who don't care for super natural horror or thought-provoking, intelligent drama or attempts to do something new and progressive. I can cede that Lucifer may be more satisfying in large paperback chunks rather than monthly pieces, but the trades have been very successful and the singles allowed the series to live a full, complete life.
The point is, here are all the Trade paperbacks collecting the entire Lucifer series. This is what they look like. This is all of them in order from Book 1 to Book 11: Evensong. You can go to your comic shop or Amazon
and purchase this amazing fantasy epic for about $100.00. What a great present for the one you love.