Okay, let's face it. TARS comics aren't in the best quality. Occasionally, Poyo Ride decides that instead of making up a new idea for a comic, he revisits a very sloppy comic and refurbishes it. These are known as the "Comic Remakes."
Easily the remake that changed the most. In-fact, it's barely even a comic remake. It's more of the backstory behind this seemingly random comic. The original comic does appear in a panel, redone, so it technically still remade Comic 15.
Unlike other remakes, the background is identical to the background of the original comic. Comic 1's second remake is the only other comic to do this, if imported backgrounds are the only ones counted. The roller coaster panel also looks very identical to the original, background aside. The main difference is King K. Rool replacing King Dedede. The water slide panel has more differences. All the characters have been shuffled around the slides, Rocky and Carbon Kirby were removed, and Miss Robot makes an appearance. Also, this was the real last comic before the switch to the laptop.
Like Comic 15's remake, calling this one a remake is a huge stretch. There isn't a panel remotely similar to the original. Zygarde doesn't even buy steroids in this comic. This acts as a conclusion to TARS after it was cancelled. It was chosen due to Comic 85 having higher than average views on Deviantart.
The Air Ride Group wiki, the old TARS wiki, errenously claimed that Comic 9: Check Everywhere received a remake. Poyo Ride says it's likely Comic 7, suspiciously absent from the list, was supposed to be there instead of Comic 9, but since both comics are similar, Poyo Ride confused the two.