msp686This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: You picked it, and we review it – Superman and Batman Generations! Plus Rightwing #1, Kim & Kim #1, Faith #1, and the new young Han Solo!

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Writer: Tim Seeley
Artist: Yanick Paquette
He’s been Robin, Batman, a spy, a ghost. Now, Dick Grayson returns to Gotham City to reclaim the life that was taken from him. But when a new evil threatens those he loves most, Nightwing faces being torn away from home once again in order to destroy the dark force once and for all. Powerhouse artist Yanick Paquette joins series writer Tim Seeley to return Nightwing to the DC superhero stage!

Rating: ★★★☆☆

Writer: Jody Houser
Artist: Pere Perez, Marguerite Sauvage

AN ALL-NEW ONGOING SERIES! Because you demanded it…the high-flying hero that captured the imagination of the world is back with a colossal new comics milestone!

In a city under siege by robots, aliens, monsters and even worse… celebrities, there is only one woman the people of Los Angeles can count on: the stratospheric superhero called Faith! Aspiring reporter by day and dedicated crime-fighter by night, Faith has tackled every obstacle in her path with confidence – like those crushing deadlines at work, the long-distance boyfriend half a world away, and the missing back issues that plague her comics collection! But, unbeknownst to her, Faith is about to collide with the one force she never saw coming: an up-and-coming super-villain bent on snuffing her out once and for all! But who is lurking behind the mask of her new foe…and could they just be the one person capable of rendering Faith powerless?

Rating: ★★★★☆


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Superman & Batman: Generations Volume 1
Writer/Artist: John Byrne
This incredible tale follows the exploits of Batman and Superman as they meet in the late 1930s and encounter each otheralong with colourful menaces including the Joker and Mr. Mxyzptlkacross the decades. Along the way, as the two heroes establish their own families, the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight pass on their missions and names to a new generations of heroes: their own sons and daughters!

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1 Comment

  1. Hey, guys! Long time listener to Critical Hit, but when I saw Generations was going to be discussed on Matthew’s Twitter feed, I had to come by and listen.

    I loved this series, and I also have all three series in a separate box from the rest of my collection so I can re-read it when the wild hare hits. I have to say I really liked the second and third series, though. Those two series were really a love letter to Jack Kirby and his contributions to the DC Universe mythology in general and Superman’s mythology in specific.

    Interested in what you guys think of that view of that idea. Thanks for the show.

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