Oh, sorry. I didn't mean to imply T-Bolt was 'lesser'. That was an accident.Well, I wouldn't call Thunderbolt Ross a lesser character than Jarvis.
Millar's really lazy at developing his villains before he hands their *** to them. Not that he doesn't know how to... he's just lazy.Joe Kalicki said:But either way I hate how all these characters are being killed after only a handful of appearances. I think the Liberators are the best example of this.
I'm not interested in the statistical record of how people are decided on whether his death is 'real' or not.Where's the poll?
I agree .I'm not exactly emotionally affected by his death. Nor do I think there's any way for this death to not be real. He looks pretty dead as dead can be.Foolsfolly said:Looks like it.
I have heard stories of people living through head shots, but never at such close range and right between the eyes.
I know it shocked me too, and Millar really needs to stop the mindless death in his comics, but what are you going to do?
I'd add Justin Hammer to that list.Foolsfolly said:Abomination and Jarvis join the list of Ultimate characters that died before their time.
No, Ultimate Jarvis' survival will be explained by Orson Scott Card. Blue butlers with undifferentiated neural tissue I tell you.Stark probably has some more Jarvis', probably in the same satellite storage unit he kept "Iron Man 6" in. Maybe after this thing with the Liberators is all done, he'll unleash Jarvis 6.