Comics : 2099 World of Tomorrow

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Section Name: Spider-Man 2099
Base Level: SM Spin-Off

This title was the last dying gasp of the 2099 Universe. Sadly, the eight part story rather bulged at the seams with all the characters it had to accomodate from the various individual titles such as Spider-Man 2099. It became bogged down by sheer weight of numbers, and was completely unreadable unless you were already fully up-to-speed with all of the myriad cast.

Intended as an unlimited series to keep the 2099 Universe alive, fan support was not sufficient, and eight issues was all it could muster. All eight issues featured Miguel O'Hara, aka Spider-Man 2099. Sadly, he was rather blandly out of character from his Peter David origins. RIP, Spidey 2099.

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2099 World of Tomorrow #1
Sep 1996 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder, Mark Powers
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  Pascual Ferry
Inker:  Ferry, Mendoza, Milgrom, Reinhold, Thibert
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #2
Oct 1996 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  Jason Armstrong
Inker:  Mendoza, Thibert
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #3
Nov 1996 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  David Brewer, Karl Moline
Inker:  Hack Shack Studios, Lowe, Mendoza
Lettering:  Michael Higgins, The Chaise Lounge
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #4
Dec 1996 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  Jason Armstrong, Karl Moline, Yancey Labat
Inker:  Hack Shack Studios, Lowe, Mendoza, P-Scum
Lettering:  Babcock, Crespi, Ul Higgins
Colorist:  Brin
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2099 World of Tomorrow #5
Jan 1997 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  David Brewer, Jason Armstrong
Inker:  Alan Martinez, Jaime Mendoza, Rob Hunter
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #6
Feb 1997 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  Prof. Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  David Brewer, Jason Armstrong
Inker:  Al Milgrom, Rob Hunter
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #7
Mar 1997 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  David Brewer, Jason Armstrong
Inker:  Hack Shack Studios, Major Art Thibert
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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2099 World of Tomorrow #8
Apr 1997 : NM ($2.50) : SM Spin-Off
Editor:  James Felder
Writer:  Ben Raab, Joe Kelly
Pencils:  David Brewer, Jason Armstrong
Inker:  Allen Martinez, Hack Shack Studios
Lettering:  Michael Higgins
Colorist:  Brian Buccellato
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