Buzzfeed has a rundown of some of the top comic books of 1993, which was apparently the high-water mark for comic book sales.
The only of these books I bought were Robin No. 1, Static No. 1 and Death: The High Cost of Living No. 3.
I dropped Batman a year or so before, and The Shadow Strikes wrapped in 1992. I was never an X-fan, and I missed the Rob Liefeld arm of the Image-Verse. I remember my friend Jason had the return of Superman in art class, and I read Deathmate many years later. I went to college the next year, and my fandom went more-or-less dormant until I got into Starman and Transmetropolitan around 1998.
I notice I’m less negative about the 1990s than a lot of people are. Apparently that’s because I missed it.
I do remember Static, though. Milestone comics were a pretty exciting development for me, back in those days. “You don’t start none, there won’t be none.”