The 90s

Bizarro Back Issues: The X-Men, Pizza And Cyberspace, Together At Last (1993)
Bizarro Back Issues: The X-Men, Pizza And Cyberspace, Together At Last (1993)
When you consider that I'm spending a good portion of every week recapping the '90s X-Men cartoon, you might think that I'd have my fill of '90s mutant nostalgia, but that is definitely not the case. If anything, going back through that show has made me want to go back and revisit that stuff even more. That's why I went out a few days ago and grabbed one of the most treasured artifacts of my child
Bizarro Back Issues: Every Issue Of ‘Punisher 2099′ Is The Craziest Issue Of ‘Punisher 2099′ (1994)
Bizarro Back Issues: Every Issue Of ‘Punisher 2099′ Is The Craziest Issue Of ‘Punisher 2099′ (1994)
A few weeks ago at HeroesCon, I was going through quarter boxes when I found a run of Punisher 2099. I bought the whole thing as soon as I saw it, and while that might just sound like a normal comic-con impulse buy, keep in mind that I was so excited that I forgot I already owned a full run of Punisher 2099. Admittedly, that might say more about me than it does about these comics, but I don't really mind having extras, because Punisher 2099 is amazing. Seriously.
Rad Dudes Skateboard To The Ultraverse In The Second Most ’90sest Commercial Ever [Video]
Rad Dudes Skateboard To The Ultraverse In The Second Most ’90sest Commercial Ever [Video]
Here at ComicsAlliance, we have often written of our continuing fascination with the '90s Boom, that gilded era of pouches, holofoil variant covers, and the Rob sitting upon a throne built from five million copies of X-Force #1. You can imagine how thrilled we are when we run across a new artifact of that time, and today, we have found a doozy...
‘Youngblood’ vs. ‘WildC.A.T.s’ vs. ‘UltraForce': Which Had The Most X-Treme Intro?
‘Youngblood’ vs. ‘WildC.A.T.s’ vs. ‘UltraForce': Which Had The Most X-Treme Intro?
During the boom years of the early '90s, printed comics weren't the only medium that saw a sudden influx of new, extreme super-heroes. The influence of the popular Fox cartoon based on the X-Men was obvious in a second wave of knockoffs similar super-hero cartoons, from the fact that they were based on comics to their blatant attempts to capture the magic of that goofy, synth-heavy X-Men intro whe