History HeroicBSOD / ComicBooks

7th Mar '16 5:38:12 PM WillBGood
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** Sonic himself had one when [[spoiler: his girlfriend, Princess Sally, is roboticized, the evil Ixis Naugus becomes king, the Babylon Rouges get away after endangering his city ForScience, Antione makes a HeroicSacrifice that saves Sonic's life (whom of which [[VitriolicBestBuds he wasn't exactly the nicest person to]]) and Bunnie runs away from feeling useless due to her recent derobotization]]. He's gotten better though.

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** Sonic himself had one when [[spoiler: his girlfriend, Princess Sally, is roboticized, the evil Ixis Naugus becomes king, the Babylon Rouges Rogues get away after endangering his city ForScience, Antione makes a HeroicSacrifice that saves Sonic's life (whom of which [[VitriolicBestBuds he wasn't exactly the nicest person to]]) and Bunnie runs away from feeling useless due to her recent derobotization]]. He's gotten better though.
28th Jan '16 9:28:46 PM Materioptikon
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** He has a much more grievous one in ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' as the Society assaults every hero worldwide, and realizes that to make it worse, his rogue creation Brother Eye has dispatched an army to annihilate the Amazons, starting with Wonder Woman.
14th Apr '15 5:36:33 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ComicBook/AnimalMan'', Buddy Baker has a BSOD lasting at least several days when [[spoiler:an assassin murders his wife and children]]. This subverts [[spoiler:temporarily]] the normal tendency of DarkAge superheroes to immediately go on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.

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* In ''ComicBook/AnimalMan'', Buddy Baker has a BSOD lasting at least several days when [[spoiler:an assassin murders his wife and children]]. This subverts [[spoiler:temporarily]] the normal tendency of DarkAge [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Dark Age]] superheroes to immediately go on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
8th Mar '15 10:19:19 PM jormis29
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* In ''{{Echo}}'', [[ActionGirl Ivy Raven]] had more than a few rough spots throughout the series, but when she woke up and ''did not remember the story'' she began to break down.

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* In ''{{Echo}}'', ''{{ComicBook/Echo}}'', [[ActionGirl Ivy Raven]] had more than a few rough spots throughout the series, but when she woke up and ''did not remember the story'' she began to break down.
19th Feb '15 8:35:17 PM WillBGood
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* The quote above from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' is taken from the ''All In The Family'' StoryArc, where one of the villains comments on the eponymous protagonist's HeroicBSOD, after he [[spoiler:saw his lover shot dead right in front of him]].
** "Boy looks like he took a shit and found his liver in the bowl".

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* The quote above from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' is taken from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'': the ''All In The Family'' StoryArc, where one of the villains comments on the eponymous protagonist's HeroicBSOD, after he [[spoiler:saw his lover shot dead right in front of him]].
** "Boy -->''Boy looks like he took a shit and found his liver in the bowl".bowl.''
13th Jan '15 3:12:58 AM StFan
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* ComicBook/{{X-23}} is constantly slipping in and out of these. When first introduced in ''ComicBook/{{NYX}}'' she's virtually mute, and in her first few panels she seems as if she's barely aware of what's going on around her. Then we learn in ''ComicBook/InnocenceLost'' and ''Target: X'' just ''what'' [[BreakTheCutie put her into that state]]. In fact, in the latter book she's broken so completely she's gone outright DeathSeeker, intending to kill ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and herself. She goes into another in the third arc of her solo series when she accidentally attacks Gambit, and spends the rest of the day and well into the night curled up in bed staring at her claws with Gambit sitting vigil over her. By the time she turns up in ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen'' she's in yet ''another'' one, due to the 1-2 punch of what happened to her on [[ComicBook/AvengersArena Murderworld]] and shortly after being captured and tortured by the Purifiers, leaving her wandering the streets of Miami in an amnesiac state.

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* ComicBook/{{X-23}} ComicBook/{{X 23}} is constantly slipping in and out of these. When first introduced in ''ComicBook/{{NYX}}'' she's virtually mute, and in her first few panels she seems as if she's barely aware of what's going on around her. Then we learn in ''ComicBook/InnocenceLost'' and ''Target: X'' just ''what'' [[BreakTheCutie put her into that state]]. In fact, in the latter book she's broken so completely she's gone outright DeathSeeker, intending to kill ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and herself. She goes into another in the third arc of her solo series when she accidentally attacks Gambit, and spends the rest of the day and well into the night curled up in bed staring at her claws with Gambit sitting vigil over her. By the time she turns up in ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen'' she's in yet ''another'' one, due to the 1-2 punch of what happened to her on [[ComicBook/AvengersArena Murderworld]] and shortly after being captured and tortured by the Purifiers, leaving her wandering the streets of Miami in an amnesiac state.
29th Nov '14 3:13:14 PM StFan
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* Cassie Hack of ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' went through one (entering what was an AngstComa to boot) after the ''Reanimator'', in which her long-lost father dies, and she's forced to kill her mother (... again).

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* Cassie Hack of ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' went through one (entering what was an AngstComa to boot) after the ''Reanimator'', ''Film/ReAnimator'', in which her long-lost father dies, and she's forced to kill her mother (... again).
29th Nov '14 3:08:45 PM StFan
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* Cassie Hack of ''[[ComicBook/HackSlash Hack/Slash]]'' went through one (entering what was an AngstComa to boot) after the ''{{Reanimator}}'', in which her long-lost father dies, and she's forced to kill her mother (... again).

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* Cassie Hack of ''[[ComicBook/HackSlash Hack/Slash]]'' ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' went through one (entering what was an AngstComa to boot) after the ''{{Reanimator}}'', ''Reanimator'', in which her long-lost father dies, and she's forced to kill her mother (... again).
7th Nov '14 5:04:35 AM Patachou
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* The eponymous character of ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'' (ErwinRommel's brother) suffers one (complete with "Attempting reboot" comment) after some men in his army unit give him some compelling evidence about the implementation of UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's Final Solution.

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* The eponymous character of ''ComicBook/TheDesertPeach'' (ErwinRommel's (UsefulNotes/ErwinRommel's brother) suffers one (complete with "Attempting reboot" comment) after some men in his army unit give him some compelling evidence about the implementation of UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's Final Solution.
19th Sep '14 11:28:24 PM StrixObscuro
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* In ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'', Buddy Baker has a BSOD lasting at least several days when [[spoiler: an assassin murders his wife and children]]. This subverts [[spoiler: temporarily]] the normal tendency of DarkAge superheroes to immediately go on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.

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* In ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'', ''ComicBook/AnimalMan'', Buddy Baker has a BSOD lasting at least several days when [[spoiler: an [[spoiler:an assassin murders his wife and children]]. This subverts [[spoiler: temporarily]] [[spoiler:temporarily]] the normal tendency of DarkAge superheroes to immediately go on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.



* In ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', Victor Mancha, a cyborg, goes into what characters describe as a Blue Screen of Death when he hears three pre-determined questions that conflict with his logic programming and spirituality. Only one has been used (Q: Could God make a sandwich so big, he could not eat it? A: [[spoiler: Yes, and then he would finish it anyway.]]), but Chase mentioned that there are three questions in total. However, each question only works once.
* The quote above from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' is taken from the ''All In The Family'' StoryArc, where one of the villains comments on the eponymous protagonist's HeroicBSOD, after he [[spoiler: saw his lover shot dead right in front of him]].

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', Victor Mancha, a cyborg, goes into what characters describe as a Blue Screen of Death when he hears three pre-determined questions that conflict with his logic programming and spirituality. Only one has been used (Q: Could God make a sandwich so big, he could not eat it? A: [[spoiler: Yes, [[spoiler:Yes, and then he would finish it anyway.]]), but Chase mentioned that there are three questions in total. However, each question only works once.
** The very last issue ends with Nico slipping into a more traditional BSOD, having realized that she has no idea where Chase is and her team might not trust her decisions anymore.
* The quote above from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' is taken from the ''All In The Family'' StoryArc, where one of the villains comments on the eponymous protagonist's HeroicBSOD, after he [[spoiler: saw [[spoiler:saw his lover shot dead right in front of him]].
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