Your cart is empty!

Cart (0 Items)

Total 0.00

    80th Anniversary: The 90s

    Celebrating 80 years of Marvel! From an explosion of mutants, clones and cyborgs, to an Onslaught and a mouthy Merc, read some of the most influential stories and series of Marvel Comics in the 90s!

    Marvel Comics: 1990-1999

    • Deathlok (1990)

      Deathlok

      Cyborgs as a sub-genre ruled the decade. One of our favorite mechano-man stories is this sci fi horror about Michael Collins – a pacifist whose mind is dropped in a war machine.

    • Marvel Comics Presents (1988-1995)

      Wolverine’s Origin

      Read through #84 for this arc in full. Writer and artist Barry Windsor-Smith delivers a defining origin that covers Logan’s transformation into an adamantium-laced weapon.

    • X-Men (1991-2001)

      X-Men: Blue & Gold

      This record-breaking bestseller introduces two squads of X-Men led by veterans Cyclops and Storm. Chris Claremont and Jim Lee gave the X-Men a fresh start, kicking things off with an iconic gatefold cover!

    • Infinity Gauntlet

      Infinity Trilogy

      Continue this trilogy with Infinity War (1992) and Infinity Crusade (1993). Thanos eliminates half of universal life in his courtship of Death. Most famous for its “snap”!

    • New Mutants (1983-1991)

      Introducing Deadpool

      The decade’s fan-favorite katana’d onto the scene as Cable’s consistently inconsistent menace. Continue with Deadpool: The Circle Chase (1993)!

    • X-Force (1991-2002)

      Cable’s X-Force

      This X-Men strike force evolved into a wet works team made up of former New Mutants. And their leader, Cable, takes off the kid gloves!

    • Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992-1995)

      Adam Warlock

      Cosmic oddity Adam Warlock manages a team of hand-selected guardians, each the ward of an Infinity Stone.

    • Spider-Man 2099 (1992-1996)

      Marvel 2099

      Try the 2099 Reading List for more stories from this timeline! Miguel O'Hara is Nueva York’s Spider-Man. With assistance from his A.I. companion Lyla, he protects society from corrupt, overreaching corporations.

    • Venom: Lethal Protector

      Venom

      Craving a hero’s sense of purpose, Eddie Brock ‘takes up the cape’ in San Francisco. Eddie’s intentions may be pure…but the Venom symbiote offers its own justice.

    • Spider-Man Unlimited (1993-1998)

      Maximum Carnage

      Try this storyline’s Reading List! Psycho Cletus Kasady assembles equally psycho allies to turn New York City to anarchy. A Spider-Man/Venom team-up!

    • Web of Spider-Man (1985-1995)

      Clone Saga

      Try this event’s Reading List! Beloved and sometimes bonkers, this saga introduced Ben Reilly as Spider-Man and fallen Peter Parker clone Kaine!

    • X-Men: Chronicles

      Age of Apocalypse

      Legion, Professor X’s psychic son, plunges the X-Men into a parallel timeline ruled by Apocalypse and his Horsemen. This dystopian scramble stands out for its character redesigns. Read the event in full!

    • X-Men (1991-2001)

      Onslaught Saga

      Try the event that’s credited as shifting the landscape of 90s Marvel! The psionic spawn of Charles Xavier and Magneto sets off a domino effect that deprives the world of heroes.

    • Inhumans (1998-1999)

      Inhumans by Paul Jenkins & Jae Lee

      Dynastic struggles set in the Inhuman home world. This gripping Eisner-winner pulls back the curtain on the Royal Family, revealing secrets of the crown that place the Inhumans in human conflict.

    • Doctor Strange (1999)

      Marvel Knights: Doctor Strange

      Magic meets noir. The Sorcerer Supreme trails an old enemy responsible for a ‘skinless’ man, bizarre robberies and a spate of spontaneous combustion.

    Welcome to Marvel's new Digital Comics Shop!

    Here you can easily find and buy single issues and collections in digital format to read online and through the Marvel Comics app for Android and iOS.

    Shop Digital Comics Now

    Marvel Unlimited Subscriber?

    This shop is for buying digital single issues and collections. If you currently subscribe to
    Marvel Unlimited, some may already be available to you through your subscription.