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It's an extra-sized 50th issue celebration featuring art by Eisner Award-winner P. Craig Russell (THE SANDMAN #50) in a story titled "Lilith." At the dawn of Creation, there was a woman who defied both God and man for the sake of her own idea of love. Dark secrets and dirty politics collide as the true origins both of the Silver City and Lucifer's relationship with Mazikeen are revealed.

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A personal favourite of mine, this issue of Lucifer. It goes into great detail as to how and why Lucifer rebelled, as well as delving into his shared history with Lilith, the first wife of Adam, and the mother of the Lilim. In the pages of Sandman, Lucifer asks Morpheus the following question: This issue does, in my opinion, a great job at depicting said pre-fall Lucifer. I should, perhaps even must, note, too, that in the same page that I took this quote from, Lucifer, while reflecting back at...

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