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Lucifer (DC)
Real Name: Lucifer Samael Morningstar
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Powers:
Flight, superhuman strength and durability, super-human speed, inter-dimensional travel, psychic abilities, able to send a soul wherever he chooses, knowledge of arcane magic and lore, master planner, expert piano player.

Weaknesses:
Can be harmed by the powers of gods and other supernatural beings.

Bio:
Lucifer was the first of the angelic host, created by God Himself. Dissatisfied with the universe's leadership, Lucifer led a rebellion against the Throne, causing a civil war in Heaven. God cast Lucifer and his followers out of Heaven forever, placing Lucifer over the dominion of the damned and demons.
About fourteen and a half billion years later, Lucifer had grown weary of his post. He abandoned Hell, giving the key to Dream (Morpheus, the Sandman).
After abandoning the ownership of Hell, Lucifer opened a piano bar named Lux, in Los Angeles. Lucifer would eventually be pulled out of retirement, and create his own universe, setting in motion a chain of events that led to God being replaced and other events.

Notes:
Not to be confused with Satan.

Lucifer appeared at least three previous times prior to _The Sandman_ #4, in _Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen_ #65, _Weird Mystery Tales_ #4, and _DC Special Series_ #8 (The Brave and the Bold Special). Only in the second of these did he bear much resemblance to the current character, and the _Jimmy Olsen_ story had an it-was-all-a-dream ending.

First Appearance: The Sandman (1989) #4

Favorite Characters:
Lucifer (DC) is a favorite character of 18 users

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Issue Appearances:
Books of Magic (1990)
Death: At Death's Door (2003)
Hellblazer (1988)
House of Mystery (2008)
Lucifer (2000)
Lucifer: Nirvana (2002)
Michael Wm. Kaluta Sketchbook Series (2012)
Sandman Presents: Lucifer (1999)
Secret Origins (1986)
Swamp Thing/Lucifer Preview (2000)
The Art of P. Craig Russell (2007)
The Books of Magic (1994)
The Demon (1990)
The Sandman (1989)
The Spectre (1992)
The Witching (2004)
Vertigo X Anniversary Preview (2003)
Vertigo: First Offenses (2005)

Group Affiliation(s):
Heavenly Host

Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
"All right. I admit it. He's got a point. The sunsets are bloody marvelous, you old bastard. Satisfied?"




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