In this article, we will explore 10 of the weirdest deaths of superheroes in comic book history.
It’s quite surprising to think that the Hulk, who was once considered a hero with immense strength and capable of performing incredible feats, was defeated by a simple throw of Captain America’s shield.
In one of the most confusing and inappropriate deaths in comic book history, Infinite Crisis showcases the accidental killing of a character by Superboy-Prime.
Out of all the unadapted Superman comics, the one that deserves a movie adaptation the most is Superman #188.
One of the entertaining aspects of Deadpool’s immortality is that writers enjoy coming up with absurd ways for the Merc with a Mouth to die.
Of all the dramatic, emotional, and impressive ways Batman has died in the past, having a heart attack during a fight is arguably the weakest and least memorable.
The Great Lake Avengers are not exactly known for their toughness or strength among superhero teams.
Considering Juggernaut is a formidable force who has defeated heroes like Thor and The Hulk, it seems incongruous that his death in the Ultimate X-Men series comes from a simple poison dart.
During a fight with Robin, Nightwing is hit in the temple with an escrima stick, stumbles, and falls on a rock, breaking his neck.
The second issue of Green Lantern: Mosaic, where this incident occurs, is full of such bizarre moments, focusing on how the superhero squirrel Ch’p fits in with other animal characters.
One of the most disturbing moments in the Spider-Man franchise is when Peter Parker dies after being bitten by the villain The Queen and unknowingly injected with a toxic substance.