Lucifer Morningstar – Lucifer
The days of the devil cavorting around with horns and a pitchfork are long over. Lucifer Morningstar is a modern interpretation of an age old myth, and we’re loving the transformation. Lucifer might just be a symbol for our changing ideologies about religion and faith, but to us, he’s another hunky, well-dressed dreamboat that makes us very thankful for the invention of the suit.
Lucifer left hell to visit Los Angeles, and now he is a successful club-owner turned crime fighting dynamo. If you could take some of the most fun of the deadly sins and set them up in human form, it would be this man. He glides around in well-made suits for the most part, winking his way into women’s hearts and undies.
The one woman, however, that is immune to the snug suit and devilish (pun fully intended) grin, is his partner, Chloe Decker. Unlike every other woman in Lucifer’s life (and the world, for that matter), she resisted his charms faithfully. I guess she’s not as impressed by a crisp white shirt and a mischievous twinkle in the eye. Maybe it was the classic tweed vest, but she eventually comes around, sort of.