Shocking character deaths? Check But before we go on, you should know that this article contains spoilers for Catalyst Prime: Seven Days #1 and Catalyst Prime: Seven Days #2. In Catalyst Prime #1, written by Gail Simone with art by Jose Luis, inks by Jonas Trinidade, colors by Michelle Madsen, and letters by Saida Temofonte, mysterious[...]
As the Dawn of X continues to roll out, we've got a recap of both Excalibur #1 and Dead Man Logan #12. Beginnings and endings in this installment of the
Without shocking character deaths, we couldn't have triumphant character returns, after all And Marvel has been teasing the deaths of two prominent characters for months now: Conan the Barbarian and Rocket Raccoon. For Conan, his entire ongoing series has been telling the story of his death, while Rocket's death has been the focus of a plotline[...]
Some people believe that thirteen is an unlucky number. Maybe that's why Marvel does their best to reboot most titles before they get that high? But Thor,
According to a report from ComicBook.com recapping an appearance by Cebulski at a Sweedish comic convention, Cebulski has pledged to use shocking character deaths to spike sales less often in the future. "I don't want death to be used to boost sales or to use as a shock value so people go 'Oh my God, Johnny[...]
With Jonathan Hickman's big X-Men relaunch kicking off in July, we now know for certain that Uncanny X-Men will end with issue #22 that same month. But by
Normally, comics wait until characters have been around long enough to become beloved before shockingly killing them off, but explosive publisher BOOM!
All of these tragic but sales-boosting deaths may not have been avoidable… but since a great deal of the characters hardly ever appear in comics, if Superman hadn't told us about them, we might not even have noticed for months And when it comes to the more popular characters, like Wally West, at least there's[...]