Now as we know this was a major tragedy that cost countless lives and was a major event embedded in our history.
Marvel comics took an amazing spin on this and did an issue conveying the strength of those that were at the event helping, be it firefighters, police or even citizens.
Now this one hit me deep, although it wasn’t the first death I saw in comics, it was the first death I saw/read of a hero’s loved one.
And what a way to go.
Before I say how she dies let me get you into her character
This was pretty sad.
During the Identity Crisis Series, this was a topic about not attacking heroes but attacking their loved ones.
For me, I found this series amazing, this was the first series for me that such a topic was brought up and to be honest it is fair, (I MEAN GREAT!!!) idea.
I would first like to apologise for not being able to post that much this week, I have been insanely busy, but I will do my best to manage my time now that things in my life have begun to change slightly.
Now that, that part is out the way lets continue…..
So we’ve reached the top 5 and now it’s starting to get personal.
Because what’s the best way to attack the hero you hate……
Hit what he deems precious, more precisely, his family.
Not even the strongest man around can escape the harsh reality of death.
So who killed him?
Now, this was a dark period for DC.
The death of Jason Todd was in 1988 during the comic series of “Death in the family”.
Before I can say how he died, which was rather quick, let me ease you into his character so you can understand why I’ve put him slightly higher than the rest.