Doom was pretty rad, especially when Warren Ellis was writing it. Some of my first exposure to Noam Chomsky. Spiderman was written by the always reliable and top-notch Peter David.
Wolfsbane 2099: Her parents are dead, part of the persecuted furry subculture wiped out in the purges of the 2080s. But she inherited their gene-mods, able to change into a red wolf. Kind of. Those went extinct back in 2030, so she's got the ability to change into the nightmare killing machine version of somebody who vaguely heard of the idea of a wolf, but has a lot of gen-tech at his disposal.
Magik 2099: Limbo is a world, as vast and deep as Earth, but operating by different rules. The inhabitants are none too thrilled by the endless war and chaos of the last decades. The dimension needs a Sorceress Supreme and a cabal has formed to obtain one. Those with magical abilities are in scarce supply on Earth, but one with potential has been found. She's a loli who dreams of rainbows and ponies. But she has the gift and she will do. Elizabeth Shu will be given the power of an entire dimension filled with demonic warriors utterly loyal to her and given the ability to summon them. She's nine. What happens next is up to her.