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Comic Books of the 1990s

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  • Gambit. First appeared August, 1990.
  • Gambit. First published January, 1997.
  • Gambit. First published January, 1999.
  • Gamera: The Guardian of the Universe. First published 1996.
  • Gear. First published November, 1998.
  • Gen¹³. First appeared in September, 1993.
  • Gene Dogs. First published August, 1993.
  • Generation X. First appeared November, 1994.
  • Ghost. First published 1995.
  • Ghost Rider/Danny Ketch. First appeared May, 1990.
  • Ghost World. First appeared June, 1993. The graphic novel set in an entire subculture of quirky hipsters.
  • Giantkiller: With the exception of the final issue which was released in 2000, every issue was published in 1999.
  • Give Me Liberty. Four issues published between 1990 and 1991, with multiple sequels published throughout the decade.
  • Gold Digger. First appeared September, 1991.
  • The Golden Age. Four-issue series that First appeared 1993.
  • The Goon. The main character first appears in Dreamwalker #0 in March, 1998.
  • Gravel. First appeared November, 1999.
  • The Great Comics Crash of 1996. Industry-wide financial disaster.
  • Green Lantern/Kyle Rayner. First appeared January, 1994.
  • Grifter. a ten-issue series published May, 1995. Second volume with fourteen issues First published July, 1996.
  • Gun Runner. First published October, 1993.

  • Harbinger. First published by Valiant Comics in January, 1992.
    • Faith. First appeared January, 1992.
  • Hardware (1993). First appeared April, 1993.
  • Harley Quinn.
    • Harley was first adapted to the comic book medium in September, 1993.
    • Harley was introduced to the mainstream DC universe in October, 1999.
  • Hate. First published April, 1990.
  • Havoc Inc. First published March, 1998.
  • Hawkman.
    • Hawkman/Fel Andar First appeared in a retro story in April, 1992. Several Post-Crisis appearances of Hawkman are then attributed to the Andar version.
    • Hawkwoman/Sharon Parker-Hall First appeared in a retro story in April, 1992. Several Post-Crisis appearances of Hawkwoman are then attributed to the Parker version.
    • Hawkgirl/Kendra Saunders. First appeared August, 1999.
  • Heroes Reborn. Storyline first published November, 1996.
  • Hitman. By Garth Ennis and John McCrea. First appeared the 1993 Etrigan Annual. His solo title First published April, 1996. It lasted until 2001, with a two issue "lost story" crossover with the Justice League of America being posthumously First published 2007.
  • Hourman/Tyler. First appeared November, 1997.















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