Superhero Deaths Full Review

20 Superhero Deaths Review 2022

Welcome to watch DesireDox and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 20 biggest Superhero deaths. for this list, we’ll be looking at the most important Superhero deaths ever be it’s in comics or movies. the focus is on the original moment so it doesn’t matter if the death was reversed later down the line. beware of major spoilers which superhero death hit you the hardest let us know in the comments.

For those of us who have followed superheroes and comic book books for any length of time, we probably remember when various superheroes such as Wolverine and the X-Men died in their respective series.

We may not have been able to place the specifics of these Superhero deaths in our memories at the time, but we certainly can remember the waves of sadness that came with it, just like any other loss we may experience in our life.

This is the reason why it can be very difficult for many fans of superheroes to grieve over the Superhero deaths, as it can be similar to losing a family member or dealing with someone dying. In this article, we’ll take a look at one of the most famous superhero deaths from modern times, that of Spiderman’s tragic death at the hands of his father.  

Superheroes Deaths

I am not too bothered by Superhero deaths because they almost always return, so it is hard to take them seriously. Even though I feel bad for the Superhero deaths sometimes, most of the time, they were just killed by someone else.

So, will cry because they are dead, but, think about it, superheroes are so cool! And if they are dead then, what more can you ask for?

Q . superheroes that died in real life.

Have you ever wondered how the superhero that was popular when superhero died in real life.? Real-world superheroes like The Phantom, The Crow, and Green Lantern just to name a few. It’s hard to think that any of them would have survived if they had continued as they were. Did superheroes that died in real life.?

I’ll tell you one thing; they didn’t die in real life, although some of their popularity could certainly be placed on the line.

20. Captain marvel- the death of captain marvel (1982)

captain marvel- death of captain marvel (1982)

Published:  February 03, 1982

Penciler: Jim Starlin

The Death of Captain Marvel. One of the most poignant comics ever, Mar-vell succumbs to cancer in this classic and touching story.

In the superheroes deaths, the death of captain marvel, superheroes rarely die and when they do, they typically go out in the heat of battle captain marvel’s 1982 passing presents a different and more grounded situation as the hero succumbs to cancer set up almost a decade prior during a battle with nitro marvel’s illness brings together earth’s mighties there initially so they can try and find a cure but ultimately so they can say their goodbyes the death of captain marvel graphic novel pays respects to the heroes history sincerely tackles grief and even find the time to throw in one last glorious battle between Marvel and Thanos

19. kid flash (2010)

kid flash (2010)

Publisher: DC ComicsFirst appearance As Kid Flash:  The Flash #110 (December 1959)As Flash:    Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 (March 1986)Created by:   John Broome (writer), Carmine Infantino (artist)  

Young justice a founding member of the young justice team wally west injected a lot of humour and heart into dc’s animated series. while the speedster would take a backseat in young justice’s second season wally’s relationship with Artemis provided glimpses into the character’s maturity. In an epic finale that saw all hands on deck as the heroes try to stop a reach-inspired disaster kit flash makes the ultimate sacrifice while saving the world. coming a bit out of nowhere this death hit hard since wally was still young and trying to move away from the hero business.

18. Superboy infinite crisis #6 (2006)

superboy infinite crisis #6 (2006)

Created by: Geoff Johns , Phil Jimenez

Written by: Geoff Johns

Penciller(s): Phil Jimenez , Jerry Ordway , George Pérez , Ivan Reis

Born from the DNA of Superman and Alex Luthor Connell had big and terrible shoes to fill as a hero. in infinite crisis, coworkers came face to face with superboy prime a powerful and psychotic version of superman. driven insane following the events of the crisis on infinite earth superboy prime specifically targets Connell destroying quite a few heroes along the way in an ultimate act of heroism that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that they took after superman superboy sacrificed himself to save the multiverse really injuring but not defeating superboy prime along the way.

17. Groot (guardians of the galaxy) 2014

groot (guardians of the galaxy) 2014

Guardians of the galaxy for a sentient tree that only says a single sentence Groot is a difficult character to not love. the guardian is playful childlike powerful and also kind making Groot a perfect partner for the rocket during the battle for zander. The guardians found themselves in a plummeting spaceship a scenario that would have spelled death if Groot didn’t step up to the plate. with rocket’s tears, the light shows, and Groot’s powerful line .this scene stabs right at the heart and hits a bull’s eye. while a baby version does show up soon after the original Groot still died on that fateful day on Xander.

Most people who are die-hard fans of superheroes love to read about their favorite heroes dying and having a successful resurrection. Some of these comics have very good plot lines and interesting characters. However, most of these Superhero deaths are boring because superheroes just die and get put back on the team again after a few months. There are a lot of superheroes that were popular during a certain time but eventually, they went off to the dark side and became anti-heroes.

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16. Jean grey – jean grey x-men (2005)

jean grey - jean grey x-men (2005)

In the Superhero deaths, jean grey – x-men phoenix end song number five jean grey has died quite a few times throughout the decades and her 2005 demise lasted the longest in phoenix n song the phoenix force resurrects a hesitant gene once again forming the dark phoenix realizing that the phoenix is beyond her control jean attempts to take her own life using wolverine’s claws a moment echoed by her demise in the third x-men movie when wolverine stabs her. fueled by the love of everyone Jene regains control becomes the white phoenix and returns to the white-hot room which is kind of an after-life while technically still around jean was basically dead at this point remaining as such until 2018’s phoenix resurrection.

15. Rorschach – watchman #12(1987)

rorschach - watchman #12(1987)

Writer  -:   Alan Moore

Artist -:    Dave Gibbons

Colorist -: John HigginsEditors -:   Len Wein, Barbara Kesel

If we talk about Superhero deaths then Rorschach is an unseen superhero, Inalanmoore’s seminal graphic novel heroes are out flawed, and acts that did little to discourage Rorschach from continuing his mission to avenge the powerless the violent vigilante sticks by a strict code of conduct one that allows no room for compromise. when the smartest man alive comes up with a devastating plan that will sacrifice millions but save billions the rest of the heroes all fall in line except for Rorschach investigator remains true to his ideals until the very end even if that means making an enemy of a walking god in the form of Dr. manhattan.

14. Blue beetle- counts down to infinite crisis (2005)

blue beetle- counts down to infinite crisis (2005)

Written by: Geoff Johns,Greg Rucka, Judd Winick 

Artist(s) : Ed Benes

Penciller(s) : Rags Morales , Jesus Saiz , Ivan Reis , Phil Jimenez

In the lead-up, to the infinite crisis event, ted cord starts investigating a string of peculiar incidents while most of the leaguers politely or rudely downplay the importance of the blue beetle’s case the hero’s isolation and frustration are palpable throughout the comic culminating in a bitter reveal that places ted directly opposite his friend maxwell lord. the blue beetle naturally rejects the lord’s plan to create a superhuman free world and the hero gets a bullet for his troubles alone and under-appreciated ted suffers a brutal death that could have easily been avoided if people other than booster gold took him seriously.


13. Doom patrol – doom patrol#121 (1968)

doom patrol - doom patrol#121 (1968)

Writers:  Arnold Drake

Pencilers: Bruno PremianiInkers: Bruno Premiani

Editors: Murray Boltinoff

Even in death dc’s legion of the strange live up to their reputation misfits forcibly brought together by the scientists chief the doom patrol are outcasts who fought among themselves are not viewed as heroes by the public and go up against mostly bizarre enemies. the doom patrol sacrificing themselves to save a town might be the most normal thing that the team did during the 60s and the Factoryville only has 14 residents amplified the moment while the series was out of commission for a while eventually bringing back the doom patrol

12. Green lantern- the final knights #4 (1996)

green lantern- the final knights #4 (1996)

Writer(s) : Karl Kesel

Penciller(s): Stuart Immonen

Inker(s) : Jose Marzan Jr. , Jeff Albrecht ,Del Barras

Letterer(s) :Gaspar Saladino

Colourist (s): Lee Loughridge, Patricia Mulvihill

Once among the universe’s greatest heroes Hal Jordan was driven mad by grief and taken over by a fear demon as parallax Jordan turned his back against everything he once stood for both as a green lantern and a member of the justice league more than a year following his fall from grace Jordan proved to be an unlikely hero in earth’s darkest hour sacrificing himself to save the sun and humanity while jordan’s actions as parallax made him near irredeemable after decades of service green lantern deserved to go out like a hero.

11. Nightcrawler – x-force vol 3 #26 (2006)

night crawler - x-force vol 3 #26 (2006)

Number eleven in Superhero deaths, some deaths are a punch to the gut others are an arm through the chest funny, positive, and energetic, nightcrawler is a difficult x-man to hate and that goodwill made his 2010 death all that much harder to stomach with bastion within arm’s reach of hope summers curt teleports directly into the crosshairs seemingly fully prepared to die in the process even with heaven calling and an extra arm sticking out of his chesting crawler still manages to get hopetosa fetykurt’s passing hits the x-men hard especially wolverine.

10. Wolverine – logan (2009)wolverine – logan (2009)

Wolverine -logan set in 2029 logan serves as a send-off to Hugh jackman’s wolverine and weapon x goes out on a high adamantium poisoning and decades of wear and tear have taken their toll on logan leaving behind a shadow of his former self as.
he tries to lead laura to eden logan is basically on death’s door throughout most of the journeys carried exhausted but at peace, logan dies protecting the next generation of mutants.a heroic end for a character that had seen and shed rivers of blood during his lifetime.

9. Supergirl – crisis on infinite earth’s #7 (1985)supergirl - crisis on infinite earth's #7 (1985)

One of dc’s biggest crossover events ever crisis on infinite earth sees plenty of heroes and villains ideas the anti-monitor starts to eradicate various worlds though a bit-part player for most of the events Ankara takes centre stage as a group of heroes to enter the anti-matter universe to try and defeat the anti-monitor with superman on the receiving end of beating super girlsteps up to save the man of steel dying in the process supergirl goes out in a blaze of glory worthy of such a powerful hero superman’s reaction really sells this death’s impact.

8. Spider-man – avengers infinity war (2018)

spider-man - avengers infinity war (2018)

The most famous superhero in this list of Superhero deaths, peter parker has died a few times in the comics like ultimate spider-man #160 and it always hits like a ton of bricks while comic readers were prepared to see ultimate peter die in a storyline entitled the death of spider-man few people were ready to see spidey out on the big screen.
thanos’s snap takes out roughly 50 per cent of the MCU’s heroes and none are as devastating as peter vanishing while in tony’s arms.
The fact peter eventually got better doesn’t matter during that moment the world helplessly watched as everyone’s friendly neighbourhood spider-man turned to dust

7. Jean grey (phoenix )- uncanny x-men #137 (1980)

jean gray (phoenix )- uncanny x-men #137 (1980)

One of x-men’s greatest story arcs the dark phoenix saga revolves around jean grey as she becomes an almost unstoppable force after receiving a blast of radiation with some help from the mastermind jean loses control and becomes the dark phoenix a star-absorbing planet-destroying powerhouse in a climactic battle to determine the phoenix’s fate jean kills herself to keep her dark hal fat bayan axe that has defined the character ever since while marvel eventually revealed that this wasn’t the real jean in 1980 nobody knew that the phoenix died protecting cyclops and earth going out like a hero rather than a villain.

6. Iron man- avengers endgame (2010)iron man- avengers endgame (2010)

one of my favourite Superhero deaths lists since the MCU’s Infinity saga started out with iron man it was only fitting that it more or less ended with tony stark. while black widow defeating Hawkeye to earn the right to die heroically is also a powerful moment end game leaves its biggest superhero death for its final act proving beyond any doubt that he has a heart tony uses the infinity gauntlet to defeat Thanos while fully aware that this snap will cost him his life. tony’s death brought to an end an era in the mcu setting the stage for other heroes to emerge.

5. Robin- Batman #428 (1988)

The life of every robin is difficult but Jason odd’s tenure was especially cruel in a unique and polarizing move that disallowed the audience to vote on the second robin’s fate and Jason lost putting aside the external circumstances around the character’s demise Jason’s death is brutal with the joker giving batman’s psychic a vicious beating that remains haunting even all these years later Jason’s passing would influence batman for a long time to come and the character actually remained dead for nearly two decades a death in the family marks a milestone moment in dc’s history that eventually paved the way to the awesome red hood.

4. The flash- crisis on infinite earth’s #8 (1985)

the flash- crisis on infinite earth's #8 (1985)

In Superhero deaths,by the mid-80s dc had mostly resisted the urge to kill off any flagship characters but an event as universe changing as crisis on infinite earth required such a sacrifice hinted at throughout the storyline barryallen cemented his legacy as he destroyed the anti-monitor’s cannon saving multiple piles of earth in the process as barryran like he never ran before the hero thought of his loved ones the people he would gladly die to save . the visual of the flash fading to nothing is one of dc’s most iconic a fitting send-off to a hero synonymous with comics in general.

3. Captain America- captain America volume 5 # 25 (2007)

captain America- captain America volume 5 # 25 (2007)

The aftermath of marvel’s massive civil war storyline includes a moment arguably bigger than anything in the main crossover event itself on routes to face trials steve rogers is shot and killed by crossbones and a mind-controlled share on carterthe death of the dream delivers exactly what it promises as the cap goes out in a way that feels extremely human but also undeniably inspirational even as his life slipped away roger’s still prioritized the safety of the civilians around him some of which were not pro Captain America at the time.

2. Wolverine –  death of wolverine #4 (2014)

wolverine - death of wolverine #4 (2014)

Debuting in 1974 wolverine has enjoyed quite a storied existence both in-universe and out of it stripped of his healing factor and with a bounty on his head the death of wolverine story arc sees logan revisiting many of the moments that helps define him be it the weapon x program or a trip to japan the simple storyline highlights logan’s character as a lone wolf and a hero with a kill count that would rival most villains although logan dies alone the x-man is mourned by many are flection of the impact wolverine left on the marvel universe.

Before we unveil our top pick Superhero deaths here are a few honourable mentions.

  • robin batman incorporated volume 2 #8 (2013) 

                “because Damien Wayne had grown a lot during Grant Morrison’s run .”

  • professor x avengers versus x-men #11

                “because charles falls at the hands of perhaps his greatest student ”

  • spider-man, amazing spider-man #700

                 “because it led to the great superior spider-man era”

  • elektra wolverine volume 3 #24 (2005)

                 “because the second time around Elektra died as a fully-fledged hero”

  • Becky Barnes, avengers #four

                  “because Becky’s death lasted for a very long time”

1. Superman vol2 #75 (1993)

superman vol2 #75 (1993)

The first number in Superhero deaths is superman, an icon, legend, an institution, the death of superman instantly made every hero regardless of their status mortal if superman could fall then anyone could, while superman’s death didn’t last too long its impacts left a huge mark on the industry and the story arc has been adapted multiple times since the death of superman comic shows the man of steel fighting valiantly and brutally against doomsday even in the face of imminent destruction metropolis’s hero stood tall to the bitter end this arc brought a touch of vulnerability to a hero not known for it.

Q. What superheroes died in 2019?

• Black Widow (Avengers: Endgame)
• Iron Man (Avengers: Endgame)
• David Dunn, a.k.a. The Overseer (Glass)
• Sage (The Gifted)
• Reed Strucker (The Gifted)
• Raven, a.k.a. Mystique (Dark Phoenix)
• Selene Gallio, a.k.a. The Black Queen (Dark Phoenix)
• Doctor Manhattan (HBO’s Watchmen)

Which superhero has never killed

Q. Which superhero has never been killed?

Daredevil (Matt Murdock) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. … Daredevil is commonly known by such epithets as the “Man Without Fear” and “The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen”. Daredevil’s origins stem from a childhood accident that gave him special abilities. The most remarkable thing about Daredevil is that he easily makes this list of superheroes who have never been killed.

Q. Who is the most dangerous superhero?

• Deadpool.
• Wolverine.
• The Incredible Hulk.
• Moon Knight.
• Spawn.
• Jason Todd.

You have probably noticed the increasing number of Superhero deaths over the past year or so. Some fans blamed this on the lack of screen time for their favourite heroes while others blamed the media saturation of superhero stories. But who is really the most dangerous superhero? Let’s take a look…

Who is the most dangerous superhero?

Q. Which Marvel character Cannot die?

Franklin Richards.
As an Omega Mutant Franklin Richards is arguably the most powerful being in all of Marvel. His power, if you’re wondering, allows him to completely alter the very fabric of reality.

Q. Who was the first superhero to die?

1940 The Comet
Jan 1940 saw the debut of The Comet in Pep Comics #1. In issue #17, he became the first superhero to die, although the character would go on to be revived several times from the 1960s onwards.

Q. Which superheroes are dead?

From Iron Man to Groot, here are all the heroes who have died and remained dead in the universe.

• Iron Man. MCU’s inaugural hero met his end at the end of Avengers: Endgame bringing an end to his time as the founding stone of the franchise.
• Black Widow.
• The Nova Corps.
• Heimdall.
• Loki.
• Gamora.
• Vision.

Q. What Marvel heroes have died?

  • Frigga
  • Ronan
  • Quicksilver
  • Ultron
  • T’Chaka
  • Howard Stark and Maria Stark
  • Peggy Carter
  • The Ancient One
  • Ego
  • Yondu
  • Odin
  • Hela
  • Ulysses Klaue
  • Killmonger
  • Heimdall
  • Loki
  • Vision
  • Black Widow
  • Thanos
  • Iron Man

Q. What superhero has never died?

The Top 10 Superhero deaths never Who Have Never Been Killed

• Barbara Gordon
• Sue Storm
• Zatanna.
• Daredevil. …
• Shazam. …
• Tim Drake. …
• Iceman. …
• Roy Harper. …
• Black Canary.
• Luke Cage

Comic book readers have become used to superheroes that are killed and Superhero deaths then brought back to life again. The superheroes’ deaths are usually the end of that particular hero’s story and this leaves the readers with the question of where they think the character will go next. Many different superheroes have gone into various comic series over the year,s and some have become popular again. I would really like to know where I will see my favourite Superhero deaths next, maybe I will meet them in an amazing movie and be able to say I was a part of the greatest event ever!

If you have been watching any Marvel comics this year, you know that there are many superheroes that have either died or have returned to fight another day. One of the most tragic of these Superhero deaths was the death of Squirrel Girl, which has left us with a longing for our favourite Teenagers. I want to show how we can evoke our favorite teenager’s auras in a more relatable way and create a unifying response from all of our fellow comic book lovers. It is time that we put aside our differences of opinion and band together as lovers and guardians of our beloved Teenagers. Let us honor our lost superheroes that never did get to see their maker.

As superheroes continue to be created and Superhero deaths remain to be a part of popular culture, we are also becoming more knowledgeable about superheroes and superheroes deaths. Whether it was Ben Hur in World War II or Superman of the Silver Surfer series, superheroes are not always considered as being dead, unless they die while they are in the process of being recreated in the form of another character. This is where things start to get tricky because even if we know that a particular superhero has died in real life, we still often don’t know what happened to them, whether they survived or if they just went to live on in another world, as is the case with both Superman of the Silver Surfer and Batman.

Ranking the greatest Superhero deaths is almost impossible because each one has its own unique reasons for dying. What makes them so tragic and unforgettable is the manner in which they die. Some superheroes deaths spectacularly, while others are killed by their own powers. There are some Superhero deaths who are killed by those that oppose their deeds. The list of comic book deaths is endless, from classic Superhero deaths such as Wolverine and the X-Men to newer Superhero deaths such as Spiderman and Batman. Here are the ten most famous superheroes deaths, listed in no particular order:

With the new Spider-Man movie starring Tobey Maguire, there will be some questions raised about how superheroes die and how comic book deaths are handled in the Marvel Universe. Some of you will be glad that your favourite comic book superhero is gone forever, while others may be maddeningly curious as to how realistic these  Superhero deaths  really are. If you are among those that are dying to find out how superheroes actually die, there are two things that you should know about the Marvel Universe. First, Superhero deaths don’t really die in the Marvel Universe – they just get absorbed by the universe, leaving behind a time remnant that is similar to a ghost.