Superman/Batman: Generations

Superman Batman Generations In this century spanning tale we witness the villains and circumstances that bring the world s two greatest heroes Batman and Superman together throughout the years And in these battles these polar

  • Title: Superman/Batman: Generations
  • Author: John Byrne
  • ISBN: 1840231769
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this century spanning tale, we witness the villains and circumstances that bring the world s two greatest heroes, Batman and Superman together throughout the years And in these battles, these polar opposite heroes are not only defined but also portrayed as they were actually depicted by writers and artists throughout the different decades From their first meeting to tIn this century spanning tale, we witness the villains and circumstances that bring the world s two greatest heroes, Batman and Superman together throughout the years And in these battles, these polar opposite heroes are not only defined but also portrayed as they were actually depicted by writers and artists throughout the different decades From their first meeting to the their confrontations with the Joker, Lex Luthor, and Mxyzptlk, their personal relationship continually evolves from best friends to bitter partners and finally respected peers.

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    1. One of the best Superman/Batman stories ever toldWriter & Illustrator: John ByrneTHE BRIGHTEST OF TIMES, THE DARKEST OF TIMESWhen I bought this TPB (I wished to be able to get the original single issues), I did it basically because it was some story about Superman & Batman, the World’s Finest, so I thought: “Cool!”I wasn’t expecting anything deep, just good old comic book entertainment.Oh, my God!!!Superman/Batman: Generations is one of the best storylines that I ever read and ce [...]

    2. I wasn't too sure what to expect from this. I really do like my books to be part of the official chronology but don't mind a bit of fun outside that, though at first glance I thought this might be cheesey. Boy, did I have the wrong idea there! Quite impressed actually. This takes Batman and Superman as they meet over the years from 1929 to 2919, though the main time frame is set every ten years from 1939 to 1999. This is set within an "Elseworlds" where time passes normally for our heroes and th [...]

    3. I had this at 5 stars, but then I read the last section. I don't think there are spoilers here when I say that Robin's costume exists because Dick Grayson was a Flying Grayson. THE END.The range of emotions I felt when reading this collection were crazy. I went from going, "Oh, it's this weird storySuperman had this entire family I never knew about, and Bruce Jr has blonde hair" to "Kara is my favorite and oh my god all of this makes some weird kind of sense and my heart is breaking." I was all [...]

    4. This was one of the first comics I read as a kid. I can still say its one of my favourite stories of all time. I've always loved the idea of introducing real-time into superhero comics since it gives the reader a sense of a single, fluid continuity. Obviously if the major comics companies did that almost all of the non-immortal superheroes would be dead by now, but I still find it an appealing concept. Batman and Superman are the pillars of the DC universe (Wonder Woman being the third) and I lo [...]

    5. The plot arch across the volume (view spoiler)[(the progeny of these two heroes) (hide spoiler)] is many times more interesting than the (sometimes hokey) plots of the individual chapters. With that in mind, the first half moves slow because it takes a while for the plot arch to reveal itself fully. The volume isn't especially profound, there isn't a big payoff and the title characters lack inner conflict, but the volume is a fun, heartwarming story to imagine happening in the DC Universe.(view [...]

    6. This is the first comic I ever read, and I had hoped it would hold up to any modern scrutiny. Turns out this is still a really engaging story, following Superman and Batman from 1939-1999 and beyond as if they aged in real time and the time periods reflect the change in tone. It's inventive and very well drawn, and what may seem gimmicky ends up separating it from the pack.

    7. John Byrne comes up with a truly great concept for an imaginary story: Superman, Batman, and their associated cast aging normally from their origins in the 1930s to the present. There are eight stories collected in this edition beginning with 1939 and continuing on to 1999 and then taking a jump into the distant future. There's a lot to like about this mini-series particularly in the early going. The 1930s and 1950s tale are the best. While most modern incarnations of Superman and Batman imagine [...]

    8. Very interesting. An absolutely fictional retelling of the history of Batman and Superman, starting way back in the golden age of 1939 and continuing on through the far distant future. As an avid fan of this team-up, it's nice to see them working together over decades, and some of the stories - many, in fact - can be downright tragic. Still, there's a slightly unsatisfying after-taste I can't explain to this one maybe due to the fact that it's not only an Elseworlds (which I usually love) but on [...]

    9. A great alternate earth story that has Batman and Superman's careers starting in 1930 and following their careers, having them age and have families as time goes on. While Byrne's attempts to capture the feel of each comic book age is hit or miss,but he writes both heroes very well and has a nicely mapped out story. Gets a bit brutal in part three, and isn't quite able to recover from that with the more whimiscal final chapter, but still one of the best Superman/Batman stories of the last couple [...]

    10. A comment on Batman/Superman team-ups as well as John Byrne's view of Comics History. Each chapter reflects the approach to the characters during the time period and John Byrne's attempt to capture the art styles of the time period. So you get the hair on/hair off Lex, the Grim Batman of the 90's along with the "Death" of a major character. A really good job on a number of different levels by a fan of the characters.

    11. Follows the careers of Batman and Superman, starting in 1939 and finishing oh wait, that'd be a spoiler!It's a great take on the dynamic duo, focusing on what they tick and how their friendships blossomed over the years. The first two chapters are great to read, especially in the way Batman is humanized. The third chapter is brutal for what it is, but all that is redeemed by the end.Highly recommended if you're a fan of either of these two titans.

    12. I actually really enjoyed the first segment, which was 1939 Superman & Batman with modern storytelling. But the book got progressively odder and less enjoyable as the years went on; it was simultaneously too silly and too dark all at once, a sort of emotional whiplash that didn't work in either direction.

    13. Sort of a Elseworlds vision of Superman/Batman, but well turned. Follows the "joint" careers and families of Supes and Bats from 1939 to 1999, and somewhat beyond. It has been a year since I read volume 1 of The Batman Chronicles, but it seems the 1939 story is a reimaginig of the 1939 World's Fair story

    14. Creo que tengo dos de los tomitos españoles que componen la saga, pero no recuerdo si lo leí completo alguna vez. De todos modos ya lo "readeé" hace varios años, así que supongo que quedará ahí hasta que se demuestre lo contrario.

    15. A fun Elseworlds tale from John Byrne taking tropes from multiple eras of Batman and Superman to weave together this tale of their aging over time. If you're a fan of these characters, do check out this graphic novel.

    16. Incredible art and story by John Byrne make this one of my favorite Elseworlds books. Highly recommended

    17. What would happen if Batman and Superman aged, married and had children? This book looks at that in detail. A good what if story.

    18. I enjoyed this one for being an Elseworlds book. It tells a generational story of Superman and Batam and their heirs from 1929-2919.

    19. I've always liked when comics play in real time, and this is a nice alternate history of a Batman and Superman who grew old together. Byrne's art is lovely as always and the story is not bad at all.

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