1990s Marvel Reprints

By the 1990s, the only reprint titles left were Marvel Tales and X-Men Classics. Instead of launching new long-running titles, they just focused on the popular characters. They also printed many one-shots.

I particularly like the Megazines and Machine Man 2020.

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Miscellaneous

Early Sequential Other Titles



Dracula One-Shots (1992-94)

Marvel reprinted many Dracula stories in conjunction with their new series. Most of the stories have been reprinted in the Tomb of Dracula Omnibuses and TPBs (in color) and the Essential Tomb of Dracula TPBs (in b&w).

The cuts in Dr. Strange vs. Dracula and Wedding of Dracula removed the other storyline involving Blade and Hannibal King.

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Dr. Strange vs. Dracula #1 (3/1994)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #44 ("His Name is Doctor Strange", -1 pg: 17)
	Reprint: Vampire Tales #9 (2/1975, originally a b&w magazine) ("Blood Lunge", printed in red ink, 5 pgs)
	Reprint: Doctor Strange #14 ("The Tomb of Dr. Strange!", 17 pgs)

Requiem for Dracula #1 (2/1993)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #69 ("Batwings Over Transylvania!", 17 pgs)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #70 ("Lords of the Undead!", -4 pgs: 29-32)

Savage Return of Dracula #1 (1992)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #1 ("Dracula", 25 pgs)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #2 ("The Fear Within!", 21 pgs)
	Reprint: Covers of Tomb of Dracula #1-2

Silver Surfer vs. Dracula #1 (2/1994)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #50 ("Where Soars The Silver Surfer!", 17 pgs)
	Reprint: Venus #19 (4/1952) ("The Box of Doom!", Everett vampire, 6 pgs)
	Reprint: Astonishing #35 (10/1954) ("Brother Vampire!", 5 pgs)
	Reprint: Giant-Size Man-Thing #5 ("Hellcow!", Howard the Duck, 10 pgs)

Spider-Man vs. Dracula #1 (1/1994)
	Reprint: Giant-Size Spider-Man #1 ("Ship of Fiends!", 30 pgs)
	Reprint: Astonishing #18 (10/1952) ("Vampire at the Window", 3 pgs)
		 Renamed from "Vampire at my Window!"
	Reprint: Uncanny Tales #6 (3/1953) ("I Was a Vampire", 5 pgs)

Wedding of Dracula #1 (1/1992)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #45 ("Crossfire!", new splash pg) (-7 pgs: 1-4, 15-17)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #46 ("Let Us Be Wed in Unholy Matrimony")
		(Page count is still 18 pgs, -panels 7-8 of 6 and panels 1-3 of 7; 
		panels 4-6 of 6 and panel 4 of 7 expanded to fill out missing panels)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #30 ("Memories on a Mourning's Night!", 17 pgs)
	Reprint: Cover of Tomb of Dracula #30

X-Men vs. Dracula #1 (12/1993)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men Annual #6 ("Blood Feud!", 39 pgs)


J. C. Penney Reprints (1994)

These were 2nd printings of Silver Age comics that were released in 1994, first to J. C. Penney then later to comic stores. They reprinted the covers (with original prices), stories, and some interior material such as fan letters. In fact, they look identical to the original comics that it's easy to be fooled. Don't end up paying Silver Age prices for them.

Unlike the Marvel Milestone editions, the original ads aren't reprinted except in Young Men #25. For the most part, these comics look excellent and are printed on regular paper, not glossy. Only the reprint quality of Fantastic Four 66 and 67 are below par. They were probably taken from the corresponding Marvel's Greatest Comics reprints.

http://stlcomics.com/gallery/jcpenney_stridex/

I believe all the stories are complete. This info was provided by Ken Arromdee.

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	Amazing Adult Fantasy #13 (pre-MU monster/sci-fi stories)

	Amazing Spider-Man Annual #5 (Peter Parker's parents)

	Avengers #88 (Harlan Ellison script, Hulk cross-over)

	Captain America #109 (Captain America origin)

	Fantastic Four #66-67 (1st appearance of Him, later Adam Warlock)

	Incredible Hulk #140 (Harlan Ellison script, Avengers cross-over)

	Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #13 (Captain America cross-over by Kirby)

	Sub-Mariner #8 (Sub-Mariner vs. Thing by J. Buscema)

	Thor Annual #2 (Destroyer appearance and two Thor reprints)

	Tomb of Dracula #25 (1st appearance of Hannibal King)

	X-Men #28 (1st appearance of Banshee)

	X-Men #62-63 (Neal Adams art)

	Young Men #25 (part of an abortive pre-Silver-Age revival of Marvel superheroes,
		starring Human Torch/Sub-Mariner/Captain America)


Marvel Collectible Classics (1998)

Here's another set of fancy reprints with special chromium covers. They retailed for $13.50, but there's no price on them. The X-Men covers have been redrawn. All these stories have been reprinted elsewhere.

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Marvel Collectible Classics: Avengers #1 (11/1998)
	Reprint: Avengers V3 #1

Marvel Collectible Classics: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (12/1998)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #300

Marvel Collectible Classics: Spider-Man #2 (1/1998)
	Reprint: Spider-Man V2 #1 & Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #10 (2nd story)

Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #1 (7/1998)
	Reprint: X-Men #1-2

Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #2 (8/1998)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #141-142
	
Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #3 (9/1998)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #137

Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #4 (10/1998)
	Reprint: X-Men V2 #25

Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #5 (11/1998)
	Reprint: Giant-Size X-Men #1

Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men #6 (12/1998)
	Reprint: X-Men V2 #1


Marvel Milestone Editions (1991-99)

These were facsimile reprints of seminal events in Marvel Comics' history. The covers had a silver border and the comics were printed on glossy paper. The original comic was completely reprinted, i.e. ads, fan letters, etc. Only Captain America Comics #1, Amazing Spider-Man #150, and Strange Tales are not true facsimiles.

Captain America Comics #1 and Amazing Spider-Man #150 both contain modern ads, though the letters page is included for Spider-Man. Strange Tales reprints the 1st four Dr. Strange stories. It probably contains modern ads too. At that time, Dr. Strange was the backup feature to the more popular Human Torch. Since Dr. Strange did not appear on the original covers, the cover for this reprint is taken from the 1st page of the Dr. Strange origin story in Strange Tales #115.

All of these issues have been reprinted elsewhere (Omnibuses, Masterworks, Essentials, etc.), although without the ads and letters. I'm not a fan of the glossy paper and the Silver Age recoloring. My favorite is Iron Fist #14 (the only color reprint so far). The original is expensive and it's a good story by Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

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     Amazing Fantasy #15 (3/1992) (1st Spider-Man & origin)

     Amazing Spider-Man #1 (1/1993) (2nd Spider-Man)

     Amazing Spider-Man #3 (3/1995) (1st Doctor Octopus & origin)

     Amazing Spider-Man #129 (11/1992) (1st Punisher)

     Amazing Spider-Man #149 (11/1994) (1st Spider-Man clone)

     Amazing Spider-Man #150 (12/1994) (Spider-Man decides he's not a clone)
      (Also came bagged with Web of Spider-Man #119)

     Avengers #1 (9/1993) (1st Avengers & origin)

     Avengers #4 (3/1995) (1st Silver Age Captain America)

     Avengers #16 (10/1993) (New Lineup)

     Captain America Comics #1 (3/1995) (Golden Age)

     Fantastic Four #1 (11/1991) (1st Fantastic Four & origin)

     Fantastic Four #5 (11/1992) (1st Dr. Doom & origin)

     Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1991) (1st New X-Men & origin)

     Incredible Hulk #1 (3/1992) (1st Hulk & origin) (incorrectly dated 3/1991)

     Incredible Hulk #181 (8/1999) (1st Wolverine)

     Iron Fist #14 (11/1992) (1st Sabretooth)

     Iron Man #55 (11/1992) (1st Thanos)

     Strange Tales (4/1995) (1st Dr. Strange and origin)
       Reprint: Strange Tales #110-111, 114-115 (Dr. Strange)

     Tales of Suspense #39 (3/1993) (1st Iron Man & origin)

     X-Men #1 (1991) (1st X-Men and origin, 1st Professor X & Magneto)

     X-Men #9 (10/1993) (X-Men vs. Avengers)

     X-Men #28 (11/1994) (1st Banshee)


Megazines (1994-96)

Marvel went megazine-crazy during the mid 1990s. These were thick, square-bound comics that contained many reprints. The other megazines are listed first, followed by the Marvel Super-Heroes megazines and the Spider-Man megazines. The choices for the reprints are quite good.

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Elektra Megazine #1 (11/1996)
	Reprint: Elektra Saga #1-2

Elektra Megazine #2 (12/1996)
	Reprint: Elektra Saga #3-4

Halloween Megazine #1 (12/1996)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #12 ("Night Of The Screaming House!", 19 pgs) (Some pages are out of order)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #13 ("To Kill A Vampire", 19 pgs)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #14 ("Dracula Is Dead!", 19 pgs)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #15 ("Fear Is The Name Of The Game!", 7 pgs) (-12 pgs: 3-14)
	Reprint: Tomb of Dracula #16 ("Return From The Grave!", 19 pgs)

Incredible Hulk Megazine #1 (12/1996)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #333 (P. David/McFarlane, 22 pgs)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #147 ( "Heaven Is A Very Small Place!", Thomas/Trimpe, 9 pgs) 
	Reprint: Marvel Fanfare #29 Cover (Byrne)
	Reprint: Tales to Astonish #90-91 (Abomination, 10 pgs each)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #314 Cover (Byrne)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #222 (Wein/Starlin, 18 pgs)
	NEW?: 	 Incredible Hulk Pin-Up (Wrightson)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #262 (Mantlo/S. Buscema, 10 pgs)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #3 (Origin recap, 3 pgs)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk Annual #1 Cover (Steranko)

Starlord Megazine #1 (11/1996)
	Reprint: Starlord Special Edition #1 (1982)

X-Force Megazine #1 (11/1996)
	Reprint: New Mutants #98-100


Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine (1994): 1-6

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine was an anthology series reprinting popular 1970s and 1980s titles. The Fantastic Four, Hulk, and Marvel Two-In-One reprints are by John Byrne and the Daredevil reprints are by Frank Miller. The first three Iron Man reprints are by David Micheline, John Romita Jr., and Bob Layton. Iron Man 159 is by Paul Smith and Iron 47 is by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith.

The reprints are complete. Issue 5 has only three reprints because Fantastic Four 236 was a giant-sized issue.

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Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #1 (10/1994)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #232
	Reprint: Daredevil #159
	Reprint: Iron Man #115
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #314

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #2 (11/1994)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #233
	Reprint: Daredevil #160
	Reprint: Iron Man #116
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #315

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #3 (12/1994)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #234
	Reprint: Daredevil #161
	Reprint: Iron Man #117
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #316

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #4 (1/1995)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #235
	Reprint: Daredevil #163
	Reprint: Iron Man #159
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #317

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #5 (2/1995)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #236
	Reprint: Marvel Two-in-One #50 (Thing)
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #318

Marvel Super-Heroes Megazine #6 (3/1995)
	Reprint: Fantastic Four #237
	Reprint: Daredevil #164
	Reprint: Iron Man #47
	Reprint: Incredible Hulk #319


Spider-Man Megazine (1996): 1-6

Spider-Man Megazine continued the Amazing Spider-Man reprints after Spider-Man Classics ended. It also reprinted early Marvel Team-Ups and 1980s Amazing Spider-Man stories.

The later reprints are by Roger Stern and John Romita Jr. Issue 228 was skipped because it was a filler comic not written by Stern. Thanks to Al Sjoerdsma for providing this info.

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Spider-Man Megazine #1 (1/1996)
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #224-225
        Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #1
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #16
 
Spider-Man Megazine #2 (2/1996)
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #226-227
        Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #2
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #17
 
Spider-Man Megazine #3 (3/1996)
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #229-230
        Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #3
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #18
 
Spider-Man Megazine #4 (4/1996)
        Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #231-232
        Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #4
	Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #19

Spider-Man Megazine #5 (5/1996)
	Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #233-234
	Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #5
	Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #20

Spider-Man Megazine #6 (6/1996)
	Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #235-236
	Reprint: Marvel Team-Up #6
	Reprint: Amazing-Spider-Man #21


Conan Classic (1994): 1-11

Conan Classic reprinted early Conan the Barbarian stories by Roy Thomas and Barry Smith (pre Windsor). Unlike the earlier Conan Saga reprints, these are in color. Each issue, except for #10, also contain notes by Roy Thomas and extra artwork by Barry Smith. The whole series is very well done.

Conan Classic #11 reprinted CTB #13 instead of CTB #11. The reason is straight from Goldilocks: CTB #11 was too long (35 pgs), CTB #12 was too short (16 pgs), and CTB #13 was just right (22 pgs). Too bad the series wasn't extended. I think Roy Thomas was expecting more reprints. Unfortunately, Conan Classic became a victim of Marvel downsizing and was cancelled.

However, Dark Horse Comics are now reprinting Conan from the beginning in their Chronicles of Conan TPBs. The recoloring is a bit overdone but there are many volumes available so everybody can enjoy Conan.

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Conan Classic #1 (6/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #1 ("The Coming of Conan", -1 pg)

Conan Classic #2 (7/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #2 ("Lair of the Beast-Men")

Conan Classic #3 (8/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #3 ("Twilight of the Grim Gray God")

Conan Classic #4 (9/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #4 ("The Tower of the Elephant")

Conan Classic #5 (10/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #5 ("Zukala's Daughter")

Conan Classic #6 (11/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #6 ("Devil-Wings over Shadizar")

Conan Classic #7 (12/1994)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #7 ("The Lurker Within")

Conan Classic #8 (1/1995)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #8 ("The Keepers of the Crypt")

Conan Classic #9 (2/1995)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #9 ("The Garden of Fear")

Conan Classic #10 (3/1995)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #10 ("Beware the Wrath of Anu")

Conan Classic #11 (4/1995)
	Reprint: Conan the Barbarian #13 ("Web of the Spider God")


Original Ghost Rider (1992): 1-20

This series reprinted the first appearances of the 1970's Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze. He first appeared in Marvel Spotlight #5-11, then got his own title. Marvel Spotlight #12 was reprinted because it crossed over with Ghost Rider #2, but the feature character was Son of Satan. Ghost Rider #10 was not reprinted because it was a reprint of Marvel Spotlight #5. Gary Friedrich does most of the writing. Mike Ploog draws the earlier issues and Jim Mooney does the later ones.

Starting with issue 3, there are new backup stories of the Phantom Rider done by Dan Slott and Dick Ayers. The Phantom Rider was originally called Ghost Rider when he first appeared in the 1950's, but Marvel later changed his name to prevent conflict with this current Ghost Rider. Issues 11 and 12 retell the origin story originally presented by Roy Thomas, Gart Friedrich, and Dick Ayers. Issue 14 has no backup story.

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Original Ghost Rider #1 (7/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #5 (1971)

Original Ghost Rider #2 (8/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #6 (1971)
	NEW: Pin-up by Gavin Curtis

Original Ghost Rider #3 (9/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #7 (1971)
	NEW: "Secrets From Beyond The Grave" (Phantom Rider, 3 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #4 (10/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #8 (1971)
	NEW: "End Of The Line: Chapter 1" (Phantom Rider, 3 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #5 (11/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #9 (1971)
	NEW: "End Of The Line: Chapter Two" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #6 (12/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #10 (1971)
	NEW: "The Hangin' Of Angus O' Donnel!" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #7 (1/1993)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #11 (1971)
	NEW: "The Hangin' Of Angus O' Donnel!: Chapter Two" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #8 (2/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #1 (1973)
	NEW: "Who Is The... Phantom Rider?" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #9 (3/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #2 (1973)
	NEW: "Who Is The... Phantom Rider?: Part 2" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #10 (4/1993)
	Reprint: Marvel Spotlight #12 (1971)
	NEW: "Who Is The... Phantom Rider?: Chapter 3" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #11 (5/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #3 (1973)
	NEW: "Ghost Story" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #12 (6/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #4 (1973)
	NEW: "Ghost Story: Part II" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #13 (7/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #5 (1973)
	NEW: "Chasing Phantoms" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #14 (8/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #6 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider #15 (9/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #7 (1973)
	NEW: "Chapter 1: Head First" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #16 (10/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #8 (1973)
	NEW: "Bad Company" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #17 (11/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #9 (1973)
	NEW: "It's Always Darkest..." (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #18 (12/1993)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #11 (1973) (w/ Hulk)
	NEW: "Ghost Of A Chance" (Phantom Rider, 6 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #19 (1/1994)
	Reprint: Marvel Two-In-One #8 (w/ Thing)
	NEW: "Showdown" (Phantom Rider, 4 pgs)

Original Ghost Rider #20 (2/1994)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #12 (1973)
	"Phantom of the Killer Skies" (19 pgs)
	NEW: "The Final Curtain" (Phantom Rider, 5 pgs)


Spider-Man Classics (1993): 1-16

Like Conan Classics and X-Men: Early Years, these reprinted the early issues of Spider-Man. The first eleven issues have been reprinted many times, most recently in the Masterworks and Essentials lines. The new Masterworks also changed the coloring to match the original issues. Even though the coloring may be different, I prefer this non-glossy paper over the Masterworks.

Amazing Spider-Man #11-15 have not been reprinted as much but they are once again available in the Masterworks line. These reprints continue in Spider-Man Megazine.

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Spider-Man Classics #1 (1/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Fantasy #15
	Reprint: Strange Tales #115 (Dr. Strange, 5 pgs)

Spider-Man Classics #2 (2/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #1

Spider-Man Classics #3 (3/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #2

Spider-Man Classics #4 (4/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #3

Spider-Man Classics #5 (5/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #4

Spider-Man Classics #6 (6/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #5

Spider-Man Classics #7 (7/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #6

Spider-Man Classics #8 (8/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #7

Spider-Man Classics #9 (9/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #8

Spider-Man Classics #10 (10/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #9

Spider-Man Classics #11 (11/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #10

Spider-Man Classics #12 (12/1993)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #11

Spider-Man Classics #13 (1/1994)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #12

Spider-Man Classics #14 (2/1994)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #13

Spider-Man Classics #15 (3/1994)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #14

Spider-Man Classics #16 (4/1994)
	Reprint: Amazing Spider-Man #15


X-Men: The Early Years (1994): 1-17

This series reprinted the beginnings of the original X-Men. Spider-Man Classics and Conan Classic also did the same thing. Most of the issues reprinted the original covers inside. The exceptions were issues 1, 3-5 since their stories were longer than 22 pages. These issues have also been reprinted in the X-Men Masterworks HC/TPBs and Essentials TPBs.

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X-Men: The Early Years #1 (5/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #1

X-Men: The Early Years #2 (6/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #2

X-Men: The Early Years #3 (7/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #3

X-Men: The Early Years #4 (8/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #4

X-Men: The Early Years #5 (9/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #5

X-Men: The Early Years #6 (10/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #6

X-Men: The Early Years #7 (11/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #7

X-Men: The Early Years #8 (12/1994)
	Reprint: X-Men #8

X-Men: The Early Years #9 (1/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #9

X-Men: The Early Years #10 (2/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #10

X-Men: The Early Years #11 (3/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #11

X-Men: The Early Years #12 (4/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #12

X-Men: The Early Years #13 (5/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #13

X-Men: The Early Years #14 (6/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #14

X-Men: The Early Years #15 (7/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #15

X-Men: The Early Years #16 (8/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #16

X-Men: The Early Years #17 (9/1995)
	Reprint: X-Men #17
	Reprint: X-Men #18 (-3 pgs: 1-3)


Adventures of the Thing (1992): 1-4

The Adventures of the Thing reprinted Marvel Two-In-One comics from the 1970s and 80s. Issue 1 reprinted a John Byrne comic in which Ben Grimm meets an alternate timeline Thing. The follow-up story was Marvel Two-In-One #100 but they can be read independently.

Issue 2 featured Ghost Rider, issue 3 reprinted a Frank Miller comic with many guest-stars, and issue 4 featured the Man-Thing. Marvel should have reprinted the better Man-Thing story, Marvel Two-In-One #43, which also had John Byrne artwork.

I recommend the first issue, but it has been reprinted many times. The new story in issue 3 is reprinted in the Fantastic Four Visionaries: George Perez Volume 2 TPB.

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Adventures of the Thing #1 (4/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Two-In-One #50

Adventures of the Thing #2 (5/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Two-In-One #80

Adventures of the Thing #3 (6/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Two-In-One #51
	NEW: "Love Is A Hurtin' Thing" (George Perez, 4 pgs)

Adventures of the Thing #4 (7/1992)
	Reprint: Marvel Two-In-One #77


Alpha Flight Special (1991): 1-4

Alpha Flight Special #1-4 reprinted Alpha Flight #97-100 for the newsstand market. Marvel Marketing hoped the newsstand reprints would broaden the comic's fan base.

The storyline featured Alpha Flight and the Avengers battling an alien group of "businessmen" called the Consortium. At stake was the fate of the being called "Her". During the battle, members of both teams were kidnapped by James Hudson to face Galactus on behalf of the Qu'wrlln. Both battles ended when a deal was struck with Galactus and James Hudson "died" for a second time. (This summary was written by Dwayne MacKinnon)

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Alpha Flight Special #1 (7/1991)
	Reprint: Alpha Flight #97

Alpha Flight Special #2 (8/1991)
	Reprint: Alpha Flight #98

Alpha Flight Special #3 (9/1991)
	Reprint: Alpha Flight #99

Alpha Flight Special #4 (10/1991)
	Reprint: Alpha Flight #100


Machine Man 2020 (1997): 1-2

Machine Man 2020 reprinted the Machine Man Limited Series (1984) by Barry Windsor-Smith. Set in the future, Machine Man is resurrected into a new world that features an evil Iron Man and an old nemesis. This series was also reprinted in a TPB. These stories are excellent; fortunately both the originals and the reprints are still inexpensive.

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Machine Man 2020 #1 (8/1994)
	Reprint: Machine Man Limited Series #1-2

Machine Man 2020 #2 (9/1994)
	Reprint: Machine Man Limited Series #3-4


Original Ghost Rider Rides Again (1991): 1-7

This limited series reprinted the last 14 issues of the first Ghost Rider title featuring Johnny Blaze. Each comic reprinted two stories and the cover of the 1st story is reprinted as the new cover. Starting with issue 3, the 2nd story's cover is reprinted inside.

I collected some of the original issues and I still think they're an interesting read.

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Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #1 (7/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #68-69 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #2 (8/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #70-71 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #3 (9/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #72-73 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #4 (10/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #74-75 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #5 (11/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #76-77 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #6 (12/1991)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #78-79 (1973)

Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #7 (1/1992)
	Reprint: Ghost Rider #80-81 (1973)


Sabretooth Classic (1994): 1-15

Sabretooth Classic reprinted the sequential appearances of Sabretooth, starting with his second one. His first appearance in Iron Fist #14 was reprinted in a Marvel Milestone Edition. I don't know why he and Wolverine became so popular but here is your chance to read those stories for cheap. The reprints should be complete.

updated 19 Sep 2013


Sabretooth Classic #1 (5/1994)
	Reprint: Power Man and Iron Fist #66

Sabretooth Classic #2 (6/1994)
	Reprint: Power Man and Iron Fist #78

Sabretooth Classic #3 (7/1994)
	Reprint: Power Man and Iron Fist #84

Sabretooth Classic #4 (8/1994)
	Reprint: Spectacular Spider-Man #116

Sabretooth Classic #5 (9/1994)
	Reprint: Spectacular Spider-Man #119

Sabretooth Classic #6 (10/1994)
	Reprint: X-Factor #10

Sabretooth Classic #7 (11/1994)
	Reprint: Thor #374

Sabretooth Classic #8 (12/1994)
	Reprint: Power Pack #27

Sabretooth Classic #9 (1/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #212

Sabretooth Classic #10 (2/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #213

Sabretooth Classic #11 (3/1995)
	Reprint: Daredevil #238

Sabretooth Classic #12 (4/1995)
	Reprint: Marvel Super-Heroes (1990) #10 (Ms. Marvel)
	Reprint: Classic X-Men #10 backup story (12 pgs)

Sabretooth Classic #13 (5/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #219

Sabretooth Classic #14 (6/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #221

Sabretooth Classic #15 (7/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #222


X-Men Archives (1995): 1-4

This series reprinted the first appearances of David Charles Haller, AKA Legion, and ties into the Age of Apocalypse storyline. He is the son of Charles Xavier (Professor X) and Gabrielle Haller. The X-Men reprint details how his parents met and features Magneto. That story was also reprinted in the Bring Back the Bad Guys TPB (1998) and X-Men Classic #65. The New Mutants stories are by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz, if you like their work.

updated 19 Sep 2013


X-Men Archives #1 (early Jan/1995)
	Reprint: New Mutants #26

X-Men Archives #2 (1/1995)
	Reprint: New Mutants #27

X-Men Archives #3 (mid Jan/1995)
	Reprint: New Mutants #28

X-Men Archives #4 (late Jan/1995)
	Reprint: Uncanny X-Men #161


X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain (1995): 1-7

This series reprinted early Alan Moore/Alan Davis stories from British Marvel Comics and was recently collected into a Captain Britain TPB (2002). Do not confuse this with the earlier Captain Britain TPB (1988) that reprinted the Alan Davis issues following this series. So you should read the later TPB (or this series) first, then the earlier TPB. Here Alan Moore introduces many characters that will appear later in the Excalibur comic.

updated 19 Sep 2013


X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #1 (7/1995)
	Reprint: Marvel Super-Heroes (UK) #377-383 (9/1981-3/1982)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #2 (8/1995)
	Reprint: Marvel Super-Heroes (UK) #384-388 (4-8/1982)
	Reprint: The Daredevils #1 (1/1983)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #3 (9/1995)
	Reprint: The Daredevils #2-5 (2-5/1983)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #4 (10/1995)
	Reprint: The Daredevils #6-8 (6-8/1983)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #5 (11/1995)
	Reprint: The Daredevils #9-11 (9-11/1983)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #6 (12/1995)
	Reprint: Mighty World of Marvel #7-10 (12/1983-3/1984)

X-Men Archives Featuring Captain Britain #7 (1/1996)
	Reprint: Mighty World of Marvel #11-13 (4-6/1984)



X-Men: Lost Tales (1997): 1-2

Classic X-Men reprinted the new Uncanny X-Men comic starting from the beginning, but there were also original backup stories by Chris Claremont and John Bolton that fleshed out their history. John Bolton drew new back covers for these stories. These two issues reprinted some of the backups and back covers. (This info was taken from the GCD.)

updated 19 Sep 2013


X-Men: Lost Tales #1 (4/1997)
	Reprint: Classic X-Men #3-5, 12 backup stories w/ back covers
	Reprint: Back covers of Classic X-Men #25 & 22
	NEW: Pin-up by A-Bell & Geraci (b&w)

X-Men: Lost Tales #2 (5/1997)
	Reprint: Classic X-Men #10, 17, 23, 21 backup stories w/ back covers
	Reprint: Back covers of Classic X-Men #2 & 7


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