Best and worst deaths in a comic book movie

The Overlord

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What are the best and worst deaths in a comic book movie?

I think Ben Parker's death was handled well.

I think Cyclops' death was pretty bad, he died off screen.
 
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Bucky in Captain America was pretty bad. There was no emotion with it, and it just kind of happened.
 

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Captain America gets more disappointing every time I think about it.

I'm still trying to figure out if I like it because they made a decent Captain America movie, or if I'm disappointed because that's all that it is - a decent Captain America movie.
 

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He's not dead, he lost his visor and is trying to make it back from Canada with his eyes closed.

And let's not forget the rule of thumb: No body shown no proof of death.
 

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Sebastian Shaw's may be the best one. Jean Grey's first "death" was also pretty well done (even if we knew she was coming back as Phoenix). Despite X-Men the Last Stand being pretty meh Professor X's death was great in my opinion.

Any time Batman killed a villain in the Burton and Schumacher movies just makes me mad. (I'm looking at you Joker and Two-Face).
 

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The Overlord said:
What are the best and worst deaths in a comic book movie?

I think Ben Parker's death was handled well.

I think Cyclops' death was pretty bad, he died off screen.

I can not agree more with you on both those statements.

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Bucky in Captain America was pretty bad. There was no emotion with it, and it just kind of happened.

Yeah. He's one of the main characters. There should have been more emotion to it.
 

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