In 2005 the imprint became Marvel Adventures, with Marvel Age Spider-Man and Marvel Age Fantastic Four being restarted as Marvel Adventures Spider-Man and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four and a four issue mini-series, Marvel Adventures The Thing, being released. The other titles that were not part of the Marvel Age continuity, including Emma Frost, Runaways, Mary Jane and Spider-Girl, were excluded from the new imprint (the individual issues of Emma Frost, Runaways and Spider-Girl had never used the Marvel Age trade dress).
Under the Marvel Age imprint, the Spider-Man and Fantastic Four titles were initially based on scripts written by Stan Lee back in the 1960s. Once the Marvel Age line was replaced by Marvel Adventures, the focus was put on original storylines. While none of the titles take place within the primary Marvel Universe continuity, each title seems to have its own continuity apart from each other. Marvel Adventures: Fantastic Four, for instance, has made reference to existing in the Earth-20051 realm of the Multiverse.
Although the recent series of Power Pack comic books were not initially presented as part of the Marvel Age imprint, several of the mini-series have been reprinted in digest form, under the Marvel Age banner.
616 Titles launched under the Marvel Age umbrella include:
616 Titles published outside the imprint, but collected as Marvel Age digest: