Star Trek Into Darkness
As I Lay Dying
James E. Laczkowski
He's promising death now? As if the fan's don't all expect it?
Feb 25 - 06:28 PM
I bet there are plenty of fans who aren't familiar with the Infinity Gauntlet storyline or Thanos' unique relationship with Death.
Feb 25 - 07:04 PM
Even if you hadn't read that particular story, you just have to be familiar with Joss Whedon's previous work to know that he has a thing for killing off at least one of the good guys.
Feb 26 - 05:08 AM
Characters never seem to stay dead in these stories . . . Superman died and came back, Robin died and came back, Doctor Who died and came back, Sherlock Holmes died (when his carriage went over a cliff) and came back, Frodo died and came back, Gandolf died and came back, Jason Vorhees died and came back, Freddy Kruger died and came back, Michael Myers died and came back, Dracula was staked and came back, impaled on a wagon wheel and came back, fell through ice and came back, burned and disintegrated in sunlight and came back, Frankenstein's monster was burned in the windmill and came back, exploded in a lab-or-atory and came back, set on fire and came back, kicked into a lava pit and came back, drowned in quicksand and came back, hacked-up into little pieces and came back. CHARACTERS NEVER DIE, PERIOD (except Starbuck's girlfriend in a Battlestar Galactica Episode "Lost Planet of the Gods part 2, and Qui Gon in Star Wars Phantom Menace.
Feb 26 - 09:18 AM
Doctor Who Isn't a character, It's The Doctor. The Doctor Does not Die, he Regenerates.
Feb 26 - 03:13 PM
Also, that's not how Sherlock Holmes died. He died while struggling with Professor Moriarty at Reichenbach Falls. To the best of my knowledge there was no carriage.
Simba, I don't think they're talking about he death of a character. Think they may be referring to the Infinity Gauntlet storyline where Thanos attempts to woo Death, the literal embodiment whose a really hot hooded female. Think that's why RT put the tag on the article "Does he mean death...or Death"
Feb 26 - 03:59 PM
Could kill off Hawkeye or Black Widow, nobody really gives a shit about those two...
Feb 25 - 08:53 PM
speak for yourself eyes of dork
Feb 26 - 09:11 AM
then they'd come back two movies later or in the reboot 6 years from now.
Feb 26 - 09:19 AM
Hate to Add to you rant about death but Ripley Died in Alien 3 and then came back. You still holding out hope that Agent Phil Colston will come back?
Feb 26 - 03:17 PM
Coulsen is returning. He's going to be in the SHIELD TV series that takes place after the first Avengers film.
Feb 26 - 10:13 PM
Captain Americas' death would have the biggest emotional impact. The winter soldier could then become the next Captain America. Iron Mans death would be the most controversial and unexpected. You could kill Thor, but no one believes he would stay dead for long. Hawkeye is too human to kill. His death wouldn't have the impact I don't think. Black Widow? I don't think they would kill off the only woman on the team. I don't think anyone believes the Hulk can even be killed
Feb 26 - 08:26 AM
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