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"With impressive, atmospheric fireworks from guest artist Stephanie Hans, Holly Black's 'Lucifer' #6 is a spooky kick-off to a new story arc."
Holly Black & Lee Garbett craft a creepy tale of a demon's seductive allure as he prays on a grieving young woman in Vertigo's "Lucifer."
D.B. Woodside talks with CBR about his character's sibling rivalry, and why Amenadiel is personally invested in restoring his little brother to the throne of Hell.
Tom Ellis' Lucifer is bored by murder in an exclusive clip from tonight's all-new episode of "Lucifer" on Fox.
Joe Henderson explains how the comics inspire the series, and how the Endless, while not yet on the table, may not be off limits in the future.
The former Lord of Hell plays a classic Police song on the piano, and dodges Det. Dancer's questions about his past.
Damned by its own sinfully stupid choices, Fox's "Lucifer" is bad, not wickedly entertaining.
Tom Ellis' Lucifer tells us, "I'm the Devil," in a new promo for FOX's upcoming Vertigo Comics-based show.
Keep your favorite characters' adventures going through the holiday season with these selections inspired by today's comic-based TV shows.
"Spiderwick Chronicles" author Holly Black & artist Lee Garbett tell CBR how excited they are to be launching a new "Lucifer" series from Vertigo.
Two new clips for "Lucifer" debut in time for Halloween; a "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"-themed Duracell advertisement gives a closer look at C-3P0's arm and more.
The teaser features lots of new footage, celebrating Amazon Prime Instant Video's deal to stream episodes of the upcoming Fox drama in the UK.
DC's mature readers imprint introduced a slew of new titles -- a dozen in all -- that will launch weekly starting in October, plus much more!
Kicking off in October, Vertigo's fall lineup will include 12 new titles from creative talent like Darwyn Cooke, Michael Allred and Gail Simone.
Jerry Bruckheimer, Geoff Johns and Len Wiseman explain how the Lord of Hell ends up in Los Angeles for the Vertigo adaptation.
In the first trailer for Fox's "Lucifer," the Devil meets a young cop who may just give him a run for his money.
The network's adaptation of the long-running Vertigo comic will make its debut next year with a midseason launch.
Based on the DC/Vertigo series, the drama finds the one-time King of Hell relieving boredom by helping the LAPD punish criminals.
German will play Los Angeles homicide detective Chloe in the Fox drama's pilot based on Mike Carey and Peter Gross' long-running Vertigo series.
The cast of Fox's "Lucifer" pilot continues to grow, with Lina Esco joining as Maze, based on the comic book character Mazikeen.
Fox's DC/Vertigo-based pilot "Lucifer" has its star: Tom Ellis, who recently starred in the lead role of USA's "Rush."
A TV show based on DC/Vertigo's "Lucifer" is in the works, and Mike Carey -- who wrote the entire series -- shares his initial reaction with CBR.
An adaptation of Vertigo series "Lucifer" is in development at Fox, with "Californication" creator Tom Kapinos at the helm.
"The Unwritten" writer won an Inkpot Award at Comic-Con International before a career retrospective that revealed the real reason he quit "X-Men: Legacy" and TV adaptation news.
British scribe Mike Carey spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Dynamite one-shot co-written with India's Samit Basu, discussing the exploration of cultural divides and the search for emotional identity.
Writer Matthew Sturges talks with CBR about the special "House of Mystery" Halloween one-shot telling stories from all across the Vertigo line, including an all-new Lucifer tale by creators Mike Carey and Peter Gross.
We conclude our candid and in-depth chat with "Lucifer" creators Mike Carey & Peter Gross about their new Vertigo project, "The Unwritten." The pair discuss the project's original name, society's obsession with celebrity, and more.
CBR News goes in-depth with "Lucifer" creators Mike Carey & Peter Gross about their hotly anticipated new Vertigo series "The Unwritten," which explores the nature of stories themselves.