There's a sense of urgency to this story that may have been lost in the guest-starred complexity of Gen2. Mostly, this is the best place at the moment to see Byrne playing in his own little version of the world. It's not a bad place to visit. Read Full Review
While John Byrne is definitely to blame for the inept panels but should be commended for the panels that overall smoothly relate consistent flow, the paper quality of Generations does him even less favors. Even when Mr. Byrne is paying attention, the work tends to look blotchy, and that really is due to the shiny paper stock. I have a suspicion that on the non-reflective stock of the trade paperback his Generations artwork will look much better. Read Full Review
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