After I watched the Iron Fist series on Netflix, I checked out some of the early Iron Fist comics. One odd thing stood out to me right away:
Instead of the usual first-person or third-person narration, the narration is in the second person: "You stalk onward, swiftly...unfalteringly...until you reach your objective--" This persists through the entire first Iron Fist storyline in Marvel Premiere issues 15-18
I don't have a lot of experience with older comics, having only really read a few issues of early Amazing Spider-Man and some of the early 70's X-Men, but none of the ones I've seen use second-person narration. Was this common at the time, or was it a quirk of certain writers, or just a weird random decision by the writer of Iron Fist?