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In "Superman & Batman: Generations" #3, she is killed by Darkseid.
In "Superman/Batman Generations" volume three, Superman's great granddaughter Lara has short black hair and a very similar uniform (black leotard with blue cape).
"Superman & Batman: Generations 3" is a twelve part limited series. Unlike the previous two series, it was published in standard format, and ran from March 2003 to February 2004. No trade paperback has been published for this series.
"Superman & Batman: Generations" was published as a four-issue limited series in prestige format from January to April 1999. It was later collected as a trade paperback (ISBN 1-56389-605-2) in 1999.
"Superman & Batman: Generations 2", like its predecessor, is a 4-issue prestige format limited series that ran from October 2001 to January 2002; it dealt with other DC heroes in chapters set between the times of the stories in the first series. It was also collected as a trade paperback (ISBN 1-56389-990-6) in 2003.
Her 1939 version appeared in the "Superman & Batman Generations" limited series, an Elseworlds in which the heroes' adventures happen in real time. She is enjoying a date with Bruce Wayne at a technology fair when Lex Luthor tries to kill her with his Ultra Humanite robot.
In the first volume of 'Superman & Batman: Generations' Lana has become immortal, gained metahuman abilities and lived hundreds of years into the future, due to her constant exposure to magics and biochemicals. She has joined Superman in space as his wife, after searching for him for centuries and agrees to work with him and Batman to police the far, wild corners of known space.
Alfred's name was later given officially as Alfred Beagle. This name was subsequently given to an alternative version of the character from the world of Earth-Two, and Pennyworth became Alfred's accepted surname in the mainstream continuity. Alfred has also used the alias "Thaddeus Crane", which is derived from his middle names. His full name of Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth was depicted on his tombstone in "Superman/Batman: Generations".
DC sporadically published various "Elseworlds" titles from 1989 to 2003. In August 2003, editor Mike Carlin mentioned that DC had scaled back the production of "Elseworlds" books in order to "put the luster back on them." Several titles that were announced as "Elseworlds" books prior to this, such as "Superman & Batman: Generations 4" and "The Teen Titans Swingin' Elseworlds Special", were cancelled. The planned Teen Titans tale was eventually released in January 2008 as the "Teen Titans Lost Annual".
Superman & Batman: Generations is the umbrella title of three Elseworlds comic book limited series published by DC Comics in the United States, written and illustrated by John Byrne. A major concept of the series is the avoidance of so-called comic book time; it places Superman, Batman, and the other members of the DC Universe in a single timeline, showing the characters aging and being replaced by their progeny.
Dick Grayson is first seen going off to college in a scene set in 1949, after working with Batman for almost ten years, going on to become a lawyer in New York. At some point between 1959 and 1969, Dick takes on the mantle of Batman with Bruce Wayne Jr. as Robin after Bruce is forced to retire due to old age. Dick is killed by the Joker's latest scheme, with Bruce Jr. taking Dick's costume so the legacy of Batman can live on, claiming that the Joker 'merely' killed Robin. In "Superman/Batman: Generations 2", Dick's ghost begins haunting the Joker. With the help of Deadman, Doctor Occult, and Alfred Pennyworth's ghost, Dick and Alfred go into the light, Alfred convincing Dick that tormenting the Joker can serve no purpose but to risk Dick's own soul now that the Joker is so close to dying of natural causes.