In the Generations series of comics, we see a recent adopter of a Marvel identity — Miles Morales Spider-Man, Jane Foster Thor, Riri Williams Iron Heart, Amadeus Cho Hulk, and the like take a trip in time to meet their classic counterpart in a different period They have some form of adventure together And then[...]
Secret Empire #10 is satisfying, but it still suffers from being a Secret Empire ending, with many of the same hang-ups of the series as a whole.
So when I picked up Generations: All-New Wolverine/Wolverine #1 from Third Eye Comics, I knew I was going in with a decent enough background. The book opens with Wolverine chest-deep in fighting undead ninjas, when X-24 shows up and kicks major ass We don't know how or why she showed up, but she's there, and willing[...]
Generations: Wolverine & All-New Wolverine has action, blood, heart, and a touching reunion. It's a very solid read; you won't regret picking this one up.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The next issue in the Generations is out, this time following Jean Grey, both the time-displaced teenage version currently starring in her own title and X-Men Blue and the original Jean Grey, at an earlier point in history Or is she? Generations: The Phoenix cover by Stephanie Hans This issue is the crux of the story[...]
The first of Marvel's Generations one-shots that promise to show us where the Marvel Universe is heading with Marvel Legacy was released this week with Generations: The Strongest #1 starring the Totally Awesome Hulk and Bruce Banner Hulk Spoilers ahead, folks! Which does present us with an interesting point to consider now that we have our[...]
In their gearing up for the next “non-reboot,” Marvel is releasing their Generation line of one-shots, wherein the new identity of some hero titles meets
Marvel Comics was originally going to advertise the Secret Empire comic book series on TV, but some negative public reaction to the very existence of the storyline — despite having a silver lining, according to Marvel EIC Axel Alonso — seems to have scuppered that plan, as well as various other activities in renaming and rebranding[...]
As it starts next month, the PR machine must really ramp up for Marvel's ten issue series of one-shots, Generations, that promises to prove that there is space in the Marvel Universe for original Legacy characters and their modern counterparts. All beginning inside yet another Marvel event, the currently running Secret Empire, the stories begin with[...]
Marvel has released yet another media blast for Generations, the upcoming publishing stunt that will save Marvel from the brink of destruction as the ever-diminishing effects of its current marketing stunt, Secret Empire, continue to fade This marks the third time Marvel has tried to reveal its plans for Generations, only to leave out key details[...]
Marvel have teased the final issue of Secret Empire this week, with the tagline of 'What is the Vanishing Point?' and with cover art taken from the Generations art created by Alex Ross. This obviously suggests that there is a closer link to Secret Empire and Generations than previously assumed, but just what is that link?[...]
Marvel Ups Ante With New "Generations" Media Blast Containing Nearly All Creative Teams And Most Covers
Marvel has released a new media blast revealing nearly all of the creative teams and most of the covers for Generations, the crossover event created to save the slumping sales of an already existing super-mega-crossover event which is in the process of saving the slumping sales of the rest of the publishing line[...]
Everyone else is the original, or even classic, version of the character. Captain Marvel is the only modern day, diverse version of an original character to have taken on the name after their classic counterpart. Considering Marvel are making a definitive promise that Generations and Legacy will see the new and the old side-by-side for a Marvel[...]
Jim Lee Moves The Needle For DC: Artists "Do Make A Difference," Are "Essential Part Of Creation Of Comic Books"
Meanwhile, ahead of Marvel's presentation at the retailer summit, Marvel announced the details for nine Generations books, and four of them have no artist attached at all Does TBA move the needle? But while DC may have scored some major points in the artist arena, the company failed to capitalize on Marvel's more prominent diversity gaffe[...]
And Bleeding Cool has eyes and ears on the floor. Marvel have issued more info about the upcoming Generations series, while Marvel PR has done deals with supportive social media accounts. Bleeding Cool got a tip off a while back about what the series entailed. But now we get the pitch and the details… Once upon a time, a kid[...]