Headscratchers / Lucifer

  • When Jill Presto is walking through the desert she meets Coyote who tries to seduce her but fails. As he leaves he says she'll meet him again before it's over. Do we ever see them meet again? Is it the man who tries to rape/kill her in "Eve"?
    • Possibly. It's also possible she ran into him after the series ended...which would be odd for her, given as she doesn't remember any of it. Otherwise Coyote was lying (which would be in character) or it's an Aborted Arc.
  • What happened to Gabriel?
    • He's The Unfavorite obviously. Also Hellblazer has the answer to that. I read a brilliant fic with Elaine and Duma finding him in some place after she gets over her 'Buddhist phase'.
      • To elaborate for those who haven't read Hellblazer, Gabriel managed to piss off John Constantine so John arranged for him to be seduced by a succubus without knowing what she was. She stole his heart and God threw him out. She and John were going to use the heart to control him to fight Satan (who is not Lucifer, different person altogether) who was gunning for John. As it was Satan got the heart before they could and used it to kill Gabriel.
        • Worse, actually. Crushing Gabriel's heart didn't kill him, it sent him to Hell.
          • Constantine also removes his wings. With a chainsaw..
  • How are this Lucifer and the verse connected to the New 52? My theory is that the N52-Lucifer is a completely separate being, made again by the presence, while "our" Lucifer is still out there in the void between the creations, doing his stuff. But then, what about the Elaine-Presence? Did the reboot completely ignore her, even if she was the multiversal God for the last few years of New Earth's run? Is she still merged with the Multiverse, while the original Presence came back? Or can we just assume that DC just decided to ignore the Sandman/Lucifer-events, and push it into its own continuity? But then again, weren't Lucifer, Elaine, Michael and the original Presence (Yahweh) supposed to be Multiversal?
    • I hate to invoke Doyle but, "It's just a comic dude."
    • Exactly. Lucifer's time in the void, as well as his last conversation with Yaweh, imply that all of creation (including the void itself and any universes therein) are limited to the pages of the comic series and tie-in materials.