Every week, iFanboy talks comics. This video show brings you the world of comic books through the eyes of iFanboy hosts Josh, Ron, and Conor. Whether you want to see what's going on at some of the biggest comic book conventions, or you're not sure what comics you should be reading, iFanboy covers a... Read More
This week, iFanboy takes a look at the comic book death. It can be poignant and touching, or a cheap marketing ploy to sell more books. No character is immune to the reaper's touch, but then again, sooner or later, they'll be back.
The death of a superhero is a bit of a misnomer, because all comic book readers know that, given enough time, they will return from the grave. There are so many characters who have been killed and been resurrected that it's almost impossible to keep track of them.
When does it work? When is it just a stunt? Ron, Josh, and Conor go over some of the more memorable deaths, as well as the more ill conceived variety.
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A second viewing of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS causes @rikemomo to realize that fandom has passed to a new generation. http://t.co/BEHK8l4sYx
about an hour ago
Light Week? Try THE BOUNCE #1, UNCANNY AVENGERS #8AU, or STAR TREK: THE JOHN BYRNE COLLECTION HC http://t.co/fDpjRShUoW
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Top 5: Comic Characters Whose Heads Appear To Be On Fire http://t.co/jQB7Cgfni8
about 3 hours ago
PREVIEW: The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #20 http://t.co/nZJYeoS76D
about 13 hours ago
RT @NeverWanderer: Punisher War Zone. Hoooooooooly shit. Like the guys at @iFanboy said, I think I owe every other bad comic book movie an …
about 23 hours ago
iFlashback! May 19th, 2004 http://t.co/Z9TFbhqst1