In this list, we’ll be looking at some of the saddest and most poignant DC Comics storylines of all time. From the death of beloved characters. So here are 10 Saddest DC Comics of All Time.
The storyline follows Superman as he engages in a fierce battle against the monstrous creature known as Doomsday.
The story arc follows Batman as he is targeted by the villainous Black Glove organization, a group of criminals and wealthy elites who seek to destroy the Dark Knight.
“The Killing Joke” is a 1988 one-shot graphic novel that tells the tragic origin story of the Joker, one of Batman’s most iconic and formidable foes.
The story, which was written by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by Rags Morales, revolves around the death of Sue Dibny, the wife of the Elongated Man, and the investigation that follows.
The story arc follows the death of Robin (Jason Todd) at the hands of the Joker, one of Batman’s most iconic and formidable foes.
“Infinite Crisis” is a 2005-2006 miniseries that serves as a sequel to “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” a major DC Comics event that was published in the 1980s.
“Final Crisis” is a seven-issue miniseries published by DC Comics in 2009. The story, written by Grant Morrison.
“Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?” is a two-part Superman story written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Curt Swan.
“Batman: Knightfall” is a Batman storyline that was published by DC Comics from 1993 to 1994. It follows the aftermath of Batman being broken physically and psychologically by the villain Bane.
“Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War” is a crossover event that was published by DC Comics in 2007 and 2008. It involves multiple Green Lantern titles and deals with the rise of the Sinestro Corps.