No point in denying it. We’re pretty big fans of the Devil.
Last week, to celebrate the debut of our newest TV show, Lucifer star Tom Ellis took control of our Instagram for a day, taking us behind the scenes of the sinfully good Fox series and giving us a tease of what’s ahead. Tom was just the latest #DCTV star to take over our Instagram—we’ve also handed the keys over to his costar Lesley-Ann Brandt. You can discover what went down with Tom and Lesley below. Take a look, and don’t forget to watch Lucifer tonight at 9 p.m. (8 p.m. CST) on Fox.
Lucifer, the brand new #DCTV show based on the classic Vertigo series, premieres tonight. That doesn’t give you a lot of time to get caught up on his 25-year comic book history. (Though you’re welcome to try. Lucifer’s original series as well as his brand new comic are both available digitally.) Fortunately, thanks to our friend Comic Drake, you don’t have to.
The holidays are upon us and another year is in the books. But before we move on to the excitement of next year, we wanted to take some time to look back at 2015 and to reminisce about a few of the great things it brought to the world of DC Entertainment. Whether it was a remarkable development inside one of our comics, a cool, game-changing twist that played out on the screen, or a real-life change that will impact the comics, movies, TV shows, toys and games that you’ll be seeing from us in the future, this year had no shortage of moments that stood out.
LUCIFER #1, written by bestselling fantasy novelist Holly Black and drawn by Lee Garbett, is in stores today. It features the iconic Vertigo Comics character originally created by Neil Gaiman for THE SANDMAN and further defined through the long running LUCIFER series written by Mike Carey and drawn frequently by Peter Gross.