5 Major Differences Between Comics And TV Lucifer


Welcome back to Humor Nation. Lucifer managed to captivate the attention of the viewers with its amazing cop procedural/Supernatural fantasy drama. I am sure everyone is aware that the show is based on the DC Comics character of the same name who appeared in the comic series named ‘Sandman’. When adapting the comics to the TV Screen, the show creators took the liberty of changing several elements and characters in their vision. If you have read the comics then you know that while the essence of the character is same, but these are two different versions of the character.

So Take A Look At 5 Major Differences Between Comics And TV Lucifer


5 Major Differences Between Comics And TV Lucifer

The majority of Lucifer revolves around the relationship of the devil with Chloe Decker. The detective and the devil develop quite a bond and they end up falling for each other. While the character of Chloe Decker is majorly responsible for the transformation of Lucifer. But you would be surprised that the character of Chloe Decker doesn’t exist in the comics, it has been created specifically only for the show. While Lucifer is based on the Vertigo comics, but the character of Chloe Decker doesn’t appear in the comic version. It exists only in the TV version.

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While the characters of Amenadiel and Mazikeen existed in the comics, but their personalities and appearances are quite different in the TV version. In the TV version, Amenadiel has an undying loyalty for God and has locked horns with Lucifer on numerous different occasions. While the comic version acts like a villain with cruel intentions and doesn’t hesitate from trying to kill Lucifer permanently whereas the TV version one teams up with his brother when needed for the greater good. Amenadiel from the comics is more like Michael who is the enemy of Lucifer and wanted him out of the picture.


Mazikeen in the comics is the only person who receives the love and affection of Lucifer whereas in TV we have several characters whom Lucifer adores. The comic Maze is extremely loyal whereas the show version has show to be working against Lucifer on several occasions.


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