|Statement||John Byrne writer, artist, letterer. Book 3.|
|Series||Superman & Batman|
Apparently, this was a sequel to the original Generations book and it attempted to focus on other heroes such as the Green Lantern, the Flash, and Wonder Woman as well as Superman and Batman. The book eight stories set eleven years apart each beginning in /5(11). Over four issues, spanning one hundred years, Byrne shows the triumphs and tragedies that The Man of Steel and The Dark Knight face. The series was followed by the four issue Superman & Batman Generations 2, and the twelve issue maxi-series Superman & Batman Generations 3. Sort of a Elseworlds vision of Superman/Batman, but well turned. Follows the "joint" careers and families of Supes and Bats from to , and somewhat beyond. It has been a year since I read volume 1 of The Batman Chronicles, but it seems the story is a reimaginig of the World's Fair story /5(32). This is the third and final Elseworlds "imaginary story", where Byrne ages Superman, Batman, and in turn the rest of the DC Universe. Generations III spans from the days of Superboy in to The subtitle to Generations 3 is now, "An Imaginary Series".
The Superman & Batman: Generations (SBG) story series follows the adventures of the World's Finest heroes from their humble beginnings in as teen heroes Superboy and Robin and then chronicles. Superman/Batman Generations book. Read 32 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This incredible tale follows the exploits of Batman and /5. Century Time and Time Again — With Darkseid's forces attacking the Earth, the heroes fan out. Supergirl Blue destroys a weapon called the Sky Scorcher, but is fatally injured. The dying. * ContinuityNod: ** Clark Wayne's twin daughters, Lois and Lara, call themselves Supergirl Red and Supergirl Blue respectively. This is a nod to the infamous "Superman Blue and Superman Red" imaginary story which later was used in a different form in the s Superman stories.
"Generations" is a very enjoyable story which deals with Batman and Superman in real-time: in other words, they were introduced in and age accordingly over the next century. So, instead of Bruce Wayne continuously being Batman, as he has for over 60 years (through retcons, Crisis, etc.), he ages, and the mantle is passed to others/5(19). Superman & Batman: Generations was a four-issue limited series written and drawn by John Elseworlds tale, it takes place in a continuity where characters age according to the calendar. Each issue contained two stories, each set 10 years apart starting in with the first meeting of Superman and follows these heroes as they age, have children and pass . Synopsis. The Superman & Batman: Generations (SBG) story series follows the adventures of the World's Finest heroes from their humble beginnings in as teen heroes Superboy and Robin and then chronicles their adult adventures along with those of the heroes, villains, and people they meet along the way. Both heroes deal with raising families and advancing age as . WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN BYRNE; COVER BY BYRNE. ELSEWORLDS. John Byrne's greatest GENERATION-al saga yet continues into the 22nd century! The World's Finest legacy takes unexpected turns as a new Superman, the original Batman and the Super Twins explore a shattered civilization and meet the mysterious Kamandi!