Is it too early to be nostalgic for Beavis and Butt-Head? From straight outta 1994, we have this selection from Beavis and Butt-Head's Greatest Hits, a collection of the licensed Marvel series. The whole conceit of the B&B comic was to have stories with the boys doing the same sort of things they did on TV, but instead of watching rock videos, they read and commented on Marvel Comics, focusing on, well, the sort of thing you’d expect to see them focus on:
Myyyy goodness. Here we get a reminder of what a hot commodity Mary Jane was for Marvel at the time. Todd McFarlane soared to success on Amazing Spider-Man partly on his penchant for drawing the newly wed Mary Jane lounging around in frilly undergarments all the time and Marvel has kept "sexy MJ" merchandise readily available since. Remember that laundry statue everyone was all bent outta shape about awhile ago? Yeah. The point being, the dimwitted duo could have easily seen this sort of thing in any random Spidey comic at the time, albeit not nearly as well drawn. God bless you, John Romita, Sr.
Then we get a hefty dose of Spider-man vs Venom vs Carnage, with a whiff of that whole father/son/weird uncle thing they had going on at the time. The symbiotes were being heavily flogged at the time, so this is another glimpse at the state of Marvel circa 1994:
Heh heh. The Beavis and Butt-Head comics are actually pretty funny. Rick Parker drew and wrote them with Marvel artists completing the Comic-within-a-comic pages. Sadly, you haven't heard the last of it from me.