MORBIUS, THE LIVING VAMPIRE may have been Marvel's most violent comic of the '90s. See how the doctor-turned-sorta-vampire-turned- villain-turned-anti-hero captured the imagination of a 12-year-old boy.
Marvel.com Assistant Editor Ben Morse waxes poetic on Nova, the Human Rocket! See what makes this space-farin' hero so cool and take a peek into Morse's personal Nova sketchbook with pieces drawn by Jim Lee, Ethan Van Sciver, Erik Larsen and others!
Travel back to the heady days of 1993 to reminisce about "Maximum Carnage," the 14-part Spider-Man crossover that saw the streets of Manhattan run red with the blood of heroes, villains and innocents. Good times!
It's been 15 years since 1992's X-Cutioner's Song crossover and we're celebrating by lavishing the love on this underrated X-over with the Make Mine Marvel treatment, complete with a full cover gallery.
1991 was a booming year for the comic industry, with monstrous launches, skyrocketing sales and the sophomore set of Marvel Universe Trading Cards. Check out the full set, featuring art by Erik Larson, Jim Lee, Arthur Adams and many more!
Welcome to Make Mine Marvel, our bi-weekly series of articles dedicated to Marvel's long and glorious past and the fond memories we all have attached to it. This week we take a look at those cloth costumed favorites of every child during the 70s, the Mego toy. So kick back and enjoy our ride down memory lane.