Not Recommended Comics List Of 4 First 2015 Edition

1. 1996's Age Of Innocence: The Rebirth Of Iron Man is basically a badly done transition a few reasons. Both the adult and teen Tony Starks fail to do anything. None of the cast worries about the possible implications involved with teen Tony Stark still being in the present. The whole issue features all the characters, except the titular ones, reflecting back on previous events. There is no actual "rebirth," nor anything else to stop the title from being a misnomer.

2. G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #20 circa 1984. The cover is okay, but the story relies too much on coincidences happening. If all the events are caused by coincidences or happenstance then you have a weak fictional story.

3. G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #27 also from 1984. The backstory given for Snake-Eyes is just a contradictory mess. Though this is probably due to Hasbro and Larry Hama trying to figure out if he is a commando or a ninja.  (He is both in my opinion.)

4. G.I. Joe Special Missions #9 from 1988. This issue is the kind where the narrative is pretty much just stock and the cast could be anybody. Unless you are a completist, or are bored, it really is not worth the bother.


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