Generation Gone, Vol. 1

Generation Gone, Vol. 1 Review

America, 2020. Three young hackers with nothing to lose. A secretive scientist with a plan. One final job.

What happens when you're young, poor, angry, and get superpowers you never asked for? Multiple trips to the sun, weird black goo, a breakup fight inside a nuclear factory, love, hate, anger, loss -- and a struggle for survival.

The first chapter of the SF action epic by ALES KOT and ANDRE LIMA ARAUJO.

Collects issues 1 through 5.

Title:Generation Gone, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Donovan

    An intelligent and thrilling experiment in social commentary, superpowers, government conspiracies, and a tumultuous love triangle. The most impressive illustrations I’ve seen all year. Please let t...

  • Chad

    Take the plot of Chronicle and add in some heavy-handed social commentary and you have Generation Gone. The book steals a LOT from Chronicle, same basic plot, same basic characters. There's some half-...

  • Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai)

    You know that found footage movie that came out 5 years or so ago called, Chronicle? That's what this comic reminded me of.In Generation Gone, we have three teenaged kids who are hacking DARPA and oth...

  • James DeSantis

    *Knock Knock* is that you Chronicles? I kid. I actually enjoyed this one a bit. It's ALOT like Chronicles, which is okay with me, I loved Chronicles. So you have three hacker friends who decide to run...

  • Alex Sarll

    "Perhaps I am too direct for you", says the scientist who's found the secret of superpowers, and he's not kidding. I agree with almost all the points Kot is making here - the failures of our governmen...

  • Travis Duke

    Teens that have anti-establishment issues that get super powers, not really original and not the best I have read in that category. I wanted to like this more, I really did, but the beginning is slugg...

  • Kenny

    This is precious. Hurry with the Netflix movie already....

  • Bianca Walters

    “Be anything you want to be, as long as it isn’t harming others. Because you can very likely achieve it.”Elena realizes she can fly and goes straight to the sun to bask and test her limits. Her ...

  • Brendan Nicholls

    Generation Gone has that odd story beat on issue 2 that frustrated me, this is another origin superhero book. I thought this was going to be something story driven but it looks like the usual run of t...

  • Derek Royal

    I read this for an upcoming episode of the podcast. I like Kots's work, normally, and I did enjoy this first volume of the series. However, there were a few facets of the storytelling -- certain plot ...