The world of 2099 is a cyberpunk dystopia. North America is a corporate police state ruled by megacorps, most notably Alchemax, which owns the private police force Public Eye. Miguel O'Hara, the 2099 Spider-Man, is an Alchemax employee; Jake Gallows, the Punisher, is a Public Eye officer, and Paul-Philip Ravage is the former CEO of an Alchemax subsidiary.
- Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara)
- Gabriel O'Hara
- Conchata O'Hara
- Hulk (John Eisenhart)
- Goblin (Father Jennifer D'Angelo)
- Punisher (Jake Gallows) (Deceased)
- Venom (Kron Stone)
- Avengers (Defunct)
- Ghost Rider (Kenshiro Cochrane)
- Fantastic Four
- Doom (Victor von Doom) (Deceased)
- Chicago Reserve
- Aesir (Alchemax) (Defunct)
- Hulk (John Eisenhart) (Deceased)
- Galahad (Ethan Shields) (Deceased)
- Metalscream (John Flamel) (Deceased)
- Ravage (Paul Philip-Ravage) (Deceased)
- Venom (Kron Stone)
- Father Jennifer D'Angelo
- Dana D'Angelo (Deceased)
- Payback (Kasey Nash)
- Moon Knight
- Lachryma (Becka McBride)
- The Architect (Ryu Kobolt) (Deceased)
- ECO Corp.
- The Lawless
- The Shadow Dancer
- The Specialist
- Lytton Synge
- Desdemona Synge
- Noah Synge (Deceased)
- Mortimer Fisk
- The Rat Pack
- Theatre of Pain
- X-Men (Defunct)
- X-Nation (Defunct)
- X-Peditioners (Defunct)
- The Chosen
Corporations & Crime Empire
- Alchemax (Miguel O'Hara is CEO)
- Angel’s Breath
- Chicago Reserve
- D/MONIX (Data Manipulation and Organization Networks, Dyson Kellerman is CEO)
- Pixel (Eduardo Devargas is CEO)
- Stark-Fujikawa (Formerly Tony Stark's Stark Enterprises and Kenjiro Fujikawa's Fujikawa Industries)
- Synthia (Darrius Rush is CEO)
- Greater Nevada Syndicate
Extra-dimensional travellers and residents
- Net Prophet (John Roger Tensen, aka Justice from the New Universe)
- Thanatos (Aaron Delgato possessed by an alternate version of Rick Jones)
Alph was a virtual character that resembled a star of a sitcom of the twentieth century, which acquired a pseudo-form of virtual life when a tribe of primitives began to worship the televisions and the programs of the twentieth century that they transmitted.
Bennet was a security guard of an unnamed corporation that prevented a woman and her two small children to enter the building of the company.
Billy was a guard at the entrance of Halo City to control the arrivals in the city. He was killed by a terrorist racist who was trying to eliminate mutants and outcasts who had taken refuge there.
Bobby used the shapeshifting drug Chameleon during a concert. After his transformation, he clashed against Spider-Man and ended tragically when he was trampled after a further transformation as a mouse.
Breughel was in the clean-up crew of Transverse City.
Carstairs was a security guard at the indy city of Nightshade
Cyrus and his wife Lou Ann were arguing outside the Acme Pit Stop for how to manage his truck-driver business when suddenly appeared the Monstrobot that destroyed their truck which was on its way.
Dave was a security guard of Tech-Ville
Delano was a member of the security staff at the Million Palms Family Fun Facility theme park.
Delia envied the ease and speed with which Henri Huang was able to finish the training circuit. After training, Delia asked Henri if she could offer him a drink but Henri ran away alarmed by an emergency call.
Derak (Krisy's boyfriend) (Earth-928)
Foreman was a member of the security staff at the Million Palms Family Fun Facility theme park.
Francis was a virtual character that resembled a star of a sitcom of the twentieth century, which acquired a pseudo-form of virtual life when a tribe of primitives began to worship the televisions and the programs of the twentieth century that they transmitted.
Geff was attacked by his hypnotized next door neighbor.
Jellie Mae (Earth-928)
Jellie Mae was a virtual character that resembled a star of a sitcom of the twentieth century, which acquired a pseudo-form of virtual life when a tribe of primitive began to worship the televisions and the programs of the twentieth century that they transmitted.
Jerv was a lawyer that during a transaction between him and his clients of Cyber-Nostra was caught red-handed by the Punisher, then head of SHIELD and Minister of Punishment, and was executed on the spot by him.
Joel was a boy walking with his mother met a patrol of Punishers, and his mother told him that it was better to return to because they had reduced the legal responsibility to seven and a half years
Joey was a child who with his sister Maria and their mother tried to cross the canal that divided the California from the mainland to escape atomic tests. Joey and his family were helped by Hulk in defending them from automatic weapons in the channel to prevent the crossing and from the attack of Water God.
Larri was part of Takami & Jones Electronics' staff.
A contact of Xi'an since the days when he was in the Lawless, he was asked by Xi'an to contact Broken Haiku but Lennertz replied that she did not want to be contacted by him after what had happened with the Lawless.
Loreen was the wife of #Kenny (Earth-928)|Kenny, a fervent worshiper of super-heroes and especially of Spider-Man. When Loreen realized that the worship of her husband towards Spider-Man had become out of control, she decided to leave him. Seeking help in prayer Loreen went to a church where fortunately she met the Net Prophet to whom she told of her husband, and with his help Kenny was saved from certain death and ultimately returned with his wife.
Lou Ann (Earth-928)
Lou Ann and her husband Cyrus were arguing outside the Acme Pit Stop for how to manage his truck-driver business when suddenly appeared the Monstrobot that destroyed their truck which was on its way.
Mahler was in the clean-up crew of Transverse City.
Manuel was a decred who sold his body to a rich and elderly person so that his family could live comfortably.
Maria was a child who with her brother Joey and their mother tried to cross the canal that divided California from the mainland to escape atomic tests. Maria and her family were helped by Hulk in defending them from automatic weapons in the channel to prevent the crossing and from the attack of Water God.
Maz was a security guard of an unnamed corporation that prevented a woman and her two small children to enter the building of the company. Mentre stava per sopprimere la donna intervenne Ravage che invece uccise lui. As he was to suppress the woman intervened Ravage that instead killed him.
A technology trader of Tech-Ville, he was about to buy his family into the ruling council. This went against the wishes of Machine Head, the cyborg boss of Tech-Ville, who had him killed by his Tech-Riders.
Miss September (Earth-928)
Peggy was an inhabitants of the town of Siddon whose husband and daughter were killed because they were mutants
Pynchon was the leader of a corporation who trafficked in drugs.
Reena was the announcer of the "Weather Parade" show.
Dr. Robson was a surgeon who, while transporting Captain Cogburn to the operating room because of the injuries he sustained from Doom's attack, was stopped by agents of SHIELD who wanted to interrogate Cogburn. When Dr. Robson refused, the agents shot the doctor, injuring him.
Salli was a neighbor of the Hagen family who with her husband Jonn witnessed the arrest of the couple by the Eco Police Gene Unit and despite their request for help Salli and her husband did nothing.
Stevens was a virtual character that resembled a star of a sitcom of the twentieth century, which acquired a pseudo-form of virtual life when a tribe of primitives began to worship the televisions and the programs of the twentieth century that they transmitted.
Tux was a attendant at the nursing home where Conchata O'Hara was hospitalized.
A nurse working at the Angel of Mercy Med Center.
- In 2099, water brands have ceased to exist.
- Marvel 2099 is a Marvel Comics imprint, begun in 1993, that explores one possible future of the Marvel Universe. It was originally announced by Stan Lee in his Stan's Soapbox column as a single series entitled The Marvel World of Tomorrow which was being developed by Lee and John Byrne. This later changed to a line of books under the banner Marvel 2093 (the date being one hundred years from the year in which the titles launched) before finally being published as Marvel 2099. Futuristic versions of many existing characters were featured in titles that began with Spider-Man 2099, The Punisher 2099, Doom 2099, and Ravage 2099. While the former three titles were futuristic revamps of existing Marvel characters, the latter, Ravage 2099, was about an all-new superhero, scripted for several months in a rare, latter-day effort by Stan Lee. The 2099 line soon expanded to include X-Men 2099, Ghost Rider 2099, Hulk 2099, Fantastic Four 2099, and X-Nation.
- When Marvel, during a cost-cutting exercise, fired 2099 imprint editor Joey Cavalieri in 1996, many of the 2099 creators (including Peter David and Warren Ellis) quit in protest. The 2099 line was reduced to a single comic entitled 2099: World of Tomorrow, which lasted eight issues. A coda to the series, 2099: Manifest Destiny, was published in 1998, in which Captain America was found in suspended animation and, with Miguel O'Hara, assembled the various 2099 heroes into a new team of Avengers.
- The 2099 world has been seen occasionally since, most notably in Peter David's "Future Tense" storyline in Captain Marvel, which revisits both Spider-Man 2099 and the alternate future of the Maestro that David created in The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect.
- In 2004, under the banner of the Marvel Knights imprint, Marvel Comics revisited the world of 2099 through a series of one-shots with Robert Kirkman as sole writer. Unrelated to the previous run (and indeed set in a different reality, that of Earth-2992), the titles featured in the Marvel Knights 2099 series included: Punisher 2099, Inhumans 2099, Black Panther 2099, Daredevil 2099, and Mutant 2099.
- In 2005, the Exiles on the trail of Proteus travel to Earth-928 in Exiles #75-76 as part of their "World Tour". This future splits apart from mainstream 2099 fairly early, as Doom 2099 has not yet met Spider-Man 2099. In this 2099 approximation, the Exiles picked up Spider-Man 2099, who has now joined the Exiles in a surprise return to mainstream Marvel comics.
- In 2005, the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe one-shot involving alternate universes has designated the earth of 2099 as Earth-928 with an earth of Marvel Knights 2099 designated as Earth-2992. A cover of a second printing from the Spider-Man crossover The Other: Evolve or Die features the Miguel O'Hara Spider-Man.
- In 2006's Marvel Team-Up #16, a group of heroes accidentally visited Earth-2992 while escaping from the time-traveling villain Chronok.
- 2007's All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update #1 states that the interference of Proteus (including taking the place of the Net Prophet and the unmasking of Miguel O'Hara as Spider-Man live over the entire info-net) diverged this reality into Earth-6375.
- According to an editorial Q&A at the end of Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 14, Earth-928 is the same universe as Earth-616, but several decades into the future.
- Characters from Earth-928
- Other things related to Earth-928
- Earth-928's Appearances
- Media Earth-928 was Mentioned in
- Images from Earth-928
- Reality Gallery: Earth-928
- Marvel 2099
- Marvel Comics multiverse
- Marvel 2099 Dot Com
- Marvel 2099 (Earth-928) - Marvel Universe
- Ghostworks 2.0, home of the 2099 Underground Revised
- The 2099 UnderGround and Doom 2099
- Chicago Reserve
- ↑ Punisher 2099 Vol 1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Superior Spider-Man #17
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Spider-Man 2099 Vol 2 #6
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Superior Spider-Man #32
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Vol 2 #9
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 #12
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 #8
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Vol 2 #7
- ↑ Contest of Champions Vol 2 #10
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 #10
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 X-Men 2099 #26
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 2099 Unlimited #6
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 13.2 X-Men 2099 #6
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #42
- ↑ Hulk 2099 #10
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 Ravage 2099 #23
- ↑ Ravage 2099 #25
- ↑ 2099 Unlimited #10
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 Ghost Rider 2099 #13
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #28
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #17
- ↑ 22.0 22.1 X-Men 2099 #20
- ↑ Doom 2099 #2
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #31
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #31
- ↑ 26.0 26.1 X-Nation 2099 #2
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 X-Men 2099 #33
- ↑ Ravage 2099 #17
- ↑ 29.0 29.1 Ravage 2099 #22
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #33
- ↑ 31.0 31.1 2099: World of Tomorrow #8
- ↑ Doom 2099 #22
- ↑ 33.0 33.1 Doom 2099 #25
- ↑ 34.0 34.1 X-Men 2099 #21
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #33
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #16
- ↑ Ravage 2099 #16
- ↑ 38.0 38.1 Punisher 2099 #25
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #8
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #27
- ↑ 2099: World of Tomorrow #2
- ↑ 42.0 42.1 42.2 2099 Unlimited #1
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #28
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #22
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #11
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #29
- ↑ 47.0 47.1 2099 Unlimited #3
- ↑ 48.0 48.1 Punisher 2099 #15
- ↑ 49.0 49.1 Punisher 2099 #12
- ↑ Doom 2099 #33
- ↑ Doom 2099 #28
- ↑ 52.0 52.1 52.2 Ravage 2099 #20
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #10
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Annual #1
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #20
- ↑ 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 56.4 X-Men 2099 Special #1
- ↑ 2099: World of Tomorrow #7
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Special #1
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #45
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #26
- ↑ 61.0 61.1 Spider-Man 2099 #29
- ↑ Doom 2099 #30
- ↑ 63.0 63.1 63.2 Spider-Man 2099 #22
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #32
- ↑ Doom 2099 #36
- ↑ 66.0 66.1 Spider-Man 2099 #24
- ↑ X-Men 2099 #11
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #1
- ↑ Ghost Rider 2099 #21-22
- ↑ Punisher 2099 #3
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #1
- ↑ Hulk 2099 #1
- ↑ X-Nation 2099 #4
- ↑ Ghost Rider 2099 #21
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 #15
- ↑ 76.0 76.1 X-Men 2099 #18
- ↑ Ghost Rider 2099 #15
- ↑ 2099 Unlimited #8
- ↑ 2099 World of Tomorrow #5
- ↑ Ravage 2099 #5
- ↑ X-Nation 2099 #5
- ↑ Spider-Man 2099 Vol 2 #2
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