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Silence My Companion, Death My Destination
Review and Media by Amazing Spidey

Episode #4 - Silence My Companion, Death My Destination
Original Airdate 15th October 1994

Iron Man must help Julia's daughter from escaping a virtual reality arcade, whislt wearing a damanged armour.

Story By: Ron Friedman
Screenplay By: Steve Hayes
Music By: Keith Ammerson
Animation By: Rainbow Animation Group
Guest Starring: Robert Hayes as Iron Man, James Avery as War Machine/Jim Rhodes, Casey Defranco as Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman, John Reilly as Hawkeye/Clint Barton, James Warwick as Century, Katherine Moffat as Scarlet Witch, Ed Gilbert as The Mandarin, Jim Cummings as Modok, Neil Dickson as Dreadknight, Dorian Harewood as Whirlwind, Chuck McCann as Blizzard, Dorian Harewood as Backlash, and Tony Steedman as Justin Hammer

Review: This is going to be quick, as I find this episode to be the worst of the entire series, hell, this ranks high in the worst episode of any Marvel show. It is that bad. The main plot of it lacked even the most common of sense, and the introduction of Julia’s daughter fell on it’s ass. This episode even lacks ‘train wreck’ quality. When something is so bad it’s good to watch merely to laugh at? None of it is found here.

TIt’s simply a boring, headache inducing snooze-fest, which features a character that makes Jubilee tolerable. Rachael is quite honestly… I can’t even begin to explain how annoying she is. Her ‘what…ever’ dialogue, and the voice that goes with it… it’s unbearable, for mere mortals to cope with.

And don’t get me started on that title. The worst of a very crap season, by a long shot.