JESUS CHRIST, WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?
Having a character use the same name as a dead super hero, without actually being that hero, is just a cheap way to try to cash in on his popularity. This kind of bullsh*t is why I've pretty much stopped reading superhero comics.
__________________ "Men curse the Communist Party, but eventually it may release them. If hell were endless, then God would be worse than our Secret Police."--Pastor Valentin
So what is the 'Great Force' in the middle of the Universe doing all sorts of stuff to it? Imperiex Prime??? or is it God??? also when did God somehow step in and fix Spectre?? I haven't read that yet.
Oh never mind about the Spectre thing. I gotta run over to the comic shop later today to pick up Day of Vengaence. I'm still wondering why Michael wasn't the 1 that put Spectre in line, since he usually does it. Maybe he really is dead since it was show in Lucifer that he died.
Also about Lucifer, i'm wondering if anyone has heard of this. I read on another forums pages about comics that while COIE was happening Lucifer only talked about it 1 time, he said "the worlds may be ending, but its not MY world", sorta leading ppl to think the Vertigo Universe is separate from the DCU, but still somehow connected. Also since God has supposedly left the Vertigo Universe but we see God in the DC Universe (that's whats been said, i have not read it yet so i'll get it soon enough).
Also i've been wondering, would anyone like to see a Michael comic book out, do we see enough of him in Spectre and Lucifer??? would it be as popular as a Spectre comic or Lucifer comic???? I know he's dead but God could always bring him back.
Last edited by kevdude on Jan 10th, 2006 at 08:13 AM
Lucifer was referring to his creation which exists outside of yahweh's creation and seperate to elaine's creation.
'god' has left the DCU. That is the yahweh aspect of the DC god, but the prescence and the source are still there, so it's a part of god. THe 'higher power' probably referrs to elaine ot the prescence.
and btw, archangel michael is dead.
Most of the Veftigo books are in DC continuity, but I know Preacher isn't, not to sure if Lucifer is a stand alone book as well, but since we have seen The Source in it, that points to it being a part of DC continuity. When Lucifer said that about his world he said it when ther was no Lucifer creation! the Crisis happened in 1985 which he talked about it in 1986 (from what i've heard anyway) and he never had his own universe in 1986.
the Lords of Order and Chaos was working together to bring God around so he could somehow get Spectre under control, this could point to any number of things as God never leaving the DCU because the Lords never acted like it even happened, DCU and VU could be separate but still connected in a way somehow, Lucifer could be a stand alone book but seeing that it's the same as Sandman Lucifer its then in DC Continuity, God shown could have been Elaine getting Spectre under control since she is now the God as shown in Lucifer.
Until we see Michael in DC we really don't know if hes dead or not, or unless Spectre or someone else in DC Heaven talks about his death.
All speculation and still no conclusive evidence for you to treat it as the truth in debate.
Have you though that Lucifer could have been referring to hell?
Theres no evidence whatsoever to claim that the Lucifer title is part of the Dc continuity. Not once has a multiverse been mentioned in the title (Obviously theres one now with Lucifer and Elaines own recently made creations), Crisis on Infinite Earths hasnt been referred to once and nor has the more recent Infinite Crisis which could hardly be ignored. None of the DC heroes have been featured in the title and Gods absence and the subsequent affects of that as shown in Lucifer hasnt been referred to at all in any DC title. It all points to them being seperate in terms of continuity just like Marvel and Maxx. Until its conclusively stated to be the case you cant claim it so.
I know that we all know that, the point is the title Lucifer hasnt featured any DC hero in whatsoever, makes no reference to there having been a multiverse, the departure of Yahweh has had cataclysmic effects across the Presences creation (which would be the main DC universe if if was in continuity) and yet none of this has been referred to in any DC comic ive read. Similarly Infinite Crisis hasnt been mentioned or had any discernible effect on the main creation (which would be the main DC universe) in the Lucifer title. With all that in mind the Lucifer series is not in continuity. It may have the Lucifer character but that character is being used in a seperate non canon title.