kylemittskus wrote:You working nights and your blurry memory doesn't change the fact that this is not a 90s reference. Neither is your other design.
Sorry, but it seems like if it happened in the 90's it can be legitimately called "90's". Just because something was most popular in a particular decade doesn't mean that if it was popular in another decade it can't be from both.
Is U2 and 80's band, a 90's band, or a 00's band? I'd say all three. In the case of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (or Sorcerer's Stone in the US), it was at the top of the fiction best seller's list for much of 1999, so it was part of 90's culture, even if only at the tail end.
Fretting over whether something was more popular later seems like splitting some pretty fine hairs for a set of rules so wide open to interpretation.