->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''

->''1993 was the year Superman died and Venom got his own series. Just keep that in mind.''
-->-- both from ''Marvel Year in Review 1993''

[[AC:Web Animation]]

->''"It seems that Ubisoft decided that {{emo}} culture was "in," so they went around the office one morning and fired everyone who was smiling. The Prince was suddenly staring out from under a black [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]] fringe and [[GutturalGrowler growling angry threats]] at supercilious badass action girls showing off [[ChainmailBikini more flesh than a surgeon's convention]]."''
-->-- ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'', ''Franchise/PrinceOfPersia'' Retrospective

[[AC:Web Original]]

-->-- '''[=ProgressiveBoink=].com'''

->''"Yeah! Doesnít that make you want to go out and read a ''million'' Kaine comics right now? I mean what could be more interesting than scowling on a rooftop and then slapping around all of the interesting characters before offhandedly killing the bad guy? I'm sure at the time Marvel wrote the issues they were dreaming of a [[MerchandiseDriven Kaine ongoing series and Kaine underoos and Kaine video games]]."''
-->--'''''Blog/ToplessRobot''''', [[http://www.toplessrobot.com/2008/11/the_13_dumbest_spiderman_storiesjust_from_the_clon.php "The 13 Dumbest Spider-Man Stories...]] Just From ComicBook/TheCloneSaga"

->''"It has been said of {{ComicBook/Cable}} that no gun has been found to be too big for him. A fitting summary of his character."''
-->--'''[[http://comicsalliance.com/cable-comics-marvel-history/ Curt Franklin]]''', "Comics, Everybody!: A History of Cable"

->''"...Maverick, who threatens to replace [[ComicBook/XFactor Shatterstar]], Cable and [[FadSuper ADAM X THE X-TREME]] as the most '90s dude of all time. Maverick! Those others may have more legitimate claims to the throne, but between the cybernetic leg armor, the crotch harness, the bee-pattern mask that lets his hair flow free, a gun so improbable that two banana clips feed into a single rectangular lazer barrel and [[CreatorsPet ties to Wolverine's Mysterious Pastô]], Iím shocked that he didn't just [[RetGone wink out of existence]] on January 1, 2000."''
-->-- '''Chris Sims''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/bizarro-back-issues-omega-red-and-his-mutant-death-factor/ on]] Jim Lee's ''ComicBook/XMen''

->''"Instead of serving as the deliciously targeted critique of fascist superheroics that it was, Rorschach got adopted as [[MisaimedFandom the iconic and default form]] of comic book vigilante for, basically, the next twenty years. The only major developments in the Rorschach concept were basically to add guns and robot arms."''
-->-- '''[[http://projectnes.blogspot.com/2011/01/walter-pretending-dirty-harry.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''

->''"[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} Attack of the Cybermen]] ends with the distinct impression that Lytton is the true hero of the piece and the Doctor is a narrow-minded fool who made little or no difference in the grand scheme of things. It feels like [[ArmedWithCanon a total rejection]] of the optimistic ethos of ''Doctor Who''."''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2013/04/12/doctor-who-resurrection-of-the-daleks-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS21E4ResurrectionOfTheDaleks}} "Resurrection of the Daleks"]]

->''"Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger...it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''
-->--'''[[http://whatculture.com/wwe/10-reasons-everyone-hated-kevin-nash-in-wcw.php/ Brad Hamilton]]''', "10 Reasons Why Everyone Hated Wrestling/KevinNash in WCW"

->'''Teenage reaction''': Once I got him, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Vincent]] never left my party. Ever. "He's like [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Shadow]], [[VideoGame/ChronoTrigger Magus]], and [[Music/NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] all rolled up into one! So cool!"\\
'''Twentysomething reaction''': "Oh my god would you please just put a ''sock'' in it already."
-->--Pat R., [[http://socksmakepeoplesexy.net/index.php?a=ff07 "This Game Are Sick"]]

->''"This is yet another example of people interpreting stoic and tortured with bored to tears. The normally fired up [[Creator/AntonioBanderas (Antonio) Bandaras]] is hunched over with a sleepy glaze over his eyes and he droooooonnnnnes out his lines like he drank [=NyQuil=] and stuffed his mouth with cotton balls before his shots. [[Creator/LucyLiu (Lucy) Liu]] similarly just walks around [[KubrickStare with a deadpan stare]] and gives a rare three word response to someone like "[[IllKillYou Iíll kill you]]" or "[[Film/RoadHouse Pain donít hurt]]"."''
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/ballistic-exks-vs-sever-2002-kaos/ on]] ''Film/BallisticEcksVsSever''

[[AC:Web Video]]

->'''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee:]]''' [=3D=] Realms of ''VideoGame/DukeNukemForever'' "fame" released a new trailer for a new game they're making called ''{{VideoGame/Bombshell}}''... It looked like a character by someone with a game design degree to show that they're doing some work; their ''first'' piece of concept art.\\
'''Gabriel:''' A fifteen year-old who just watched ''Film/TankGirl''.\\
'''Yahtzee:''' A lady in a bikini top with a punk hairstyle, and '''a cyborg arm'''. We have gone nowhere, 3D Realms, have we?\\
'''Gabriel''': We've REGRESSED! It was so uniquely terrible in every way, and the execution was 1990s-ish...\\
'''Yahtzee:''' I think that's [[InsultToRocks not giving the nineties any credit]] at all.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Yeah, y'know, I fuckin' take that back.
-->--''LetsPlay/LetsDrownOut'' ''Alien³'' (SNES)

->'''Natalie Stack''': You'd better listen to him, Moe. The Fixer is a gentle soul, but when he gets riled, well, he's been known to hurt people.\\
'''Linkara''': Oh yeah, he's as calm and gentle as '''[[InformedAttribute a frickin' old lady bakin' cookies!]]''' I especially noticed that about him when he was shooting people in the head and kicking them off buildings.
-->-- ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'', review of ''ComicBook/HolyTerror''


->''"At the time, when I was doing ''Watchmen'', somewhere in my head I got this vainglorious notion that ''Watchmen'' would be the absolute [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructionist]] last word on the superhero...which was completely stupid and a completely misplaced hope. What you really got afterwards was a kind of more pretentious superhero comics, often with a lot more nasty, gratuitous violence."''

->''"That's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?"''
-->--'''Alex Ross''' on creating [[ComicBook/KingdomCome Magog]]