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26th Nov '16 9:31:29 PM OrionPax09
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* During ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'', Hawkeye killed Bruce Banner. It is revealed that Bruce had asked Hawkeye to kill him if it looked like he would ever again become the Hulk, and had even given the archer a special arrow tip to do the deed with. As a result, the Hand was able to acquire Bruce's body and turn the Hulk into a brainwashed servant of theirs, and [[ComicBook/SheHulk Jennifer Walters]] has another bit of trauma and anger to deal with. Meaning that she's becoming as savage as the Hulk was. [[OhCrap Um...oops?]]
12th Oct '16 12:33:52 AM caivu
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* In Part 4 of ''ComicBook/NightOfTheMonsterMen'', Gotham Girl kills a monster by ripping its arms off. However, this drenches her and Nightwing in its blood and causes them to mutate into monsters themselves.
18th Sep '16 3:30:46 PM wasserperson
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** Virtually the entirety of John Stewart's career consists of careening from one such moment to another. From getting his sister killed in a car accident to the destruction of two planets, John has pretty much the highest kill count possible while still being called a hero.
17th Sep '16 7:01:42 PM snichols1973
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** Guy Gardner, in ''Green Lantern Corps #16, "Falling Star",'' botches a sting operation that was 2 years in planning by the Feds and local police, when he pulls a LeeroyJenkins and crashes the setup, sending all their hard work down the crapper and getting incarcerated in the process.

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** Guy Gardner, in ''Green Lantern Corps #16, "Falling Star",'' botches a sting operation that was 2 years in planning by the Feds and local police, when he pulls a LeeroyJenkins and crashes the setup, sending all their hard work down the crapper and getting himself incarcerated in the process.
17th Sep '16 7:00:35 PM snichols1973
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** Guy Gardner, in ''Green Lantern Corps #16, "Falling Star",'' botches a sting operation that was 2 years in planning by the Feds and local police, when he pulls a LeeroyJenkins and crashes the setup, sending all their hard work down the crapper and getting incarcerated in the process.
8th Aug '16 9:56:34 AM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/WarOfKings:'' After the events of ComicBook/SecretInvasion, the Inhumans decided they had taken enough being pushed around, and go after the Skrulls. Their first and only strike, using Black Bolt's voice, utterly destroys the ragged Skrull fleet... and punches a hole in reality, awakening the long-dormant Fraternity of Raptors (A {{Magitek}} Shi'ar cult of assassins). It also provokes Vulcan, who takes it as an excuse to invade Kree space to try and kill them, kickstarting the whole war. Later on during the war, said Fraternity assassinates Lilandra, just as she was trying to depose Vulcan and regain control of the Shi'ar, to try and ''end'' the war.
** Amazingly, it does not get better. At the conclusion, Black Bolt and Vulcan get into a fight which tears open a massive NegativeSpaceWedgie named The Fault. Adam Warlock, of the Guardians of the Galaxy, goes to fix it, but his methods not only cause the return of The Magus, it begins violently overriding every possible future with one ruled by the Universal Church of Truth. The Guardians manage to prevent that, but the Magus uses the Fault to summon the Many-Angled Ones to take over the universe. That eventually results in Star-Lord and Richard Rider having to sacrifice themselves. All because of Black Bolt.
* ''ComicBook/Ultimates2015:'' As part of their team mission, the Ultimates try to travel beyond the edge of all existence, to try and "fix" the broken timeline. It doesn't work, partly because other parties persuade them to go home. But the dimensional hole they punch draws the spirit of [[spoiler:Thanos]] back to the world of the living, which causes the events of ''ComicBook/CivilWarII''.
4th Aug '16 3:06:01 AM Tron80
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** In ''Comicbook/BlackestNight'', Hal Jordan managed to get all [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience seven Lantern Corps]] [[AllYourColorsCombined to work together to fight against the Black Lanterns]]. Ultimately, they all fire their rings at the Black Central Power Battery, in order to destroy it. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, they weren't destroying the Battery, but '''feeding''' it. Flush with energy, Nekron (lord of the Black Lanterns) was able to turn every superhero that had died and resurrected into Black Lanterns. This includes Wonder Woman, Superman, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Green Arrow]].]]

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** In ''Comicbook/BlackestNight'', Hal Jordan managed to get all [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience seven Lantern Corps]] [[AllYourColorsCombined to work together to fight against the Black Lanterns]]. Ultimately, they all fire their rings at the Black Central Power Battery, in order to destroy it. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, they weren't destroying the Battery, but '''feeding''' it. Flush with energy, Nekron (lord of the Black Lanterns) was able to turn every superhero that had died and resurrected into Black Lanterns. This includes Wonder Woman, Superman, Franchise/WonderWoman, Franchise/{{Superman}}, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Green Arrow]].]]


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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': Supergirl did this twice in ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton''. In Red Lanterns #31, Supergirl tries help a Red Lantern get her mind back by taking a tank of lake blood and ripping it open over the city that Sheko -the above-mentioned Red Lantern- is in. Unfortunately, [[BigBad Atrocitus]] is present, and he takes control of the blood rain, making it into a tornado. So Supergirl tries to fix the mess. Unfortunately her way to fix the blood storm is to ignite it with heat vision. The result conflagration sets the city on fire.
16th Jun '16 8:03:09 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'', Reed Richards created the Cosmic Cube to defend Earth against {{Thanos}}... which is exactly what Thanos was manipulating him to do.

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* In ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'', Reed Richards created the Cosmic Cube to defend Earth against {{Thanos}}...ComicBook/{{Thanos}}... which is exactly what Thanos was manipulating him to do.
7th Jun '16 7:15:59 PM Doug86
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* In one of the tie-ins to ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', it's revealed that during WorldWar2, Comicbook/TheInvaders had a chance to defeat Imperial Japan without dropping the Atom Bombs, but chose not to go through with it. The explanation given is that Golden Girl and the Kid Commandos purposefully sabotaged the plan, as it would've endangered the lives of a bunch of native islanders living near the Japanese coast. The plan's failure is what led to President HarryTruman's decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki, resulting in far more civilian deaths than would have occurred had Golden Girl not interfered. Radiance, Golden Girl's granddaughter, understandably goes berserk when she learns this.

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* In one of the tie-ins to ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', it's revealed that during WorldWar2, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, Comicbook/TheInvaders had a chance to defeat Imperial Japan without dropping the Atom Bombs, but chose not to go through with it. The explanation given is that Golden Girl and the Kid Commandos purposefully sabotaged the plan, as it would've endangered the lives of a bunch of native islanders living near the Japanese coast. The plan's failure is what led to President HarryTruman's decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki, resulting in far more civilian deaths than would have occurred had Golden Girl not interfered. Radiance, Golden Girl's granddaughter, understandably goes berserk when she learns this.
11th May '16 11:30:33 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''ComicBook/JokersLastLaugh'' would not have happened if a doctor hadn't decided that lying to the Joker and tell him he has cancer to screw with him was a good idea.
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