Generations issue 1

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Generations #1
Artist Michela Cacciatore
Writer Casey Gilly
Colorist Heather Breckel
Letterer Neil Uyetake
Cover(s) Amy Mebberson (A)
Agnes Garbowska (B)
Samantha Whitten (C)
Editor Megan Brown

My Little Pony: Generations #1 is the first issue of My Little Pony: Generations. Grackle and Dyre, the daughters of witches thwarted by ponies thwarted in the past decide to get revenge.


This issue starts with Grackle and Dyre, teenage witches from Ponyland who are left home -- the Volcano of Gloom -- alone, but with a lot of chores to do. One interesthing chore sticks out, however, to get revenge on the ponies! With their hungry brave pet opossum Trench, they devise a plan to do that very thing. The angsty witches develop a way to 'tunnel' through the multiverse and have Trench spy on the ponies.

In Ponyville, the School of Friendship is facing a crisis. There are too many students and too little staff members. While the professors do clearly want to do their best, it's getting to the point where it's detrimental to their physical and mental health. Feeling that she as a headmare failed, Starlight Glimmer asks her friends and co-workers for ideas. Rainbow Dash suggests that they ask teachers from other towns to help out, something that doesn't go unnoticed by Trench.

Back in Ponyland, the witches have Trench once again leave, this time to gather ingredients in order for the witches to create a rather deviant spell, a spell to create evil ponies!


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"This school sucks!"
— Dyre

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