History YouShallNotPass / ComicBooks

8th Jan '17 10:52:34 AM nombretomado
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* Kol Skywalker in ''StarWarsLegacy'', during the aptly named "Massacre of Ossus" says to a horde of Sith and stormtroopers: "I am Kol Skywalker, servant of the Living Force! None of you will pass!". As expected, he dies in battle.

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* Kol Skywalker in ''StarWarsLegacy'', ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'', during the aptly named "Massacre of Ossus" says to a horde of Sith and stormtroopers: "I am Kol Skywalker, servant of the Living Force! None of you will pass!". As expected, he dies in battle.
21st Dec '16 11:24:01 PM Tron80
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* This was basically how Franchise/{{Superman}} was killed in ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}:
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This was basically how Franchise/{{Superman}} Superman was killed in ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.well.
** ''Comicbook/WarWorld'':
*** Mongul blackmails Superman into retrieving a device called the Crystal Key. However Comicbook/MartianManhunter was tasked with guarding and defending the crypt in which it was locked away. He was determined not to let Superman pass, but he failed.
*** Later Comicbook/TheSpectre blocks Superman's path and declares he cannot go past that point. This time Superman cannot push him away.
---->'''The Spectre:''' I'm sorry, my friend but I can permit you to go no further!
20th Dec '16 11:23:16 AM Tron80
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* In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'', the title character and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[Awesome/ComicBooks You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.

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* ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'': In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'', the title character storyline, Thor and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[Awesome/ComicBooks You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Earth. Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.
19th Oct '16 1:11:36 AM Tron80
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* It happens in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' when Sheko tries to read Supergirl's memories. A memory of Alura blocks her, declares firmly that her daughter's mindraping is NOT going to happen and throws her out:
-->'''Sheko:''' You... You can see me?\\

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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** In ''Comicbook/ActionComics #904'', Supergirl informs the Cyborg-Doomsday that [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-zjOtX2BR_Eg/TlYufuX75OI/AAAAAAAAMp4/9j923tML9co/s1600/action+904-01.jpg he will not hurt her home]] because he will '''NOT''' get past her.
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It happens in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' when Sheko tries to read Supergirl's memories. A memory of Alura blocks her, declares firmly that her daughter's mindraping is NOT going to happen and throws her out:
-->'''Sheko:''' --->'''Sheko:''' You... You can see me?\\
3rd Aug '16 1:41:28 AM Tron80
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* It happens in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
when Sheko tries to read Supergirl's memories. A memory of Alura blocks her, declares firmly that her daughter's mindraping is NOT going to happen and throws her out:

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* It happens in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' when Sheko tries to read Supergirl's memories. A memory of Alura blocks her, declares firmly that her daughter's mindraping is NOT going to happen and throws her out:
3rd Aug '16 1:39:26 AM Tron80
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* It happens in ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
when Sheko tries to read Supergirl's memories. A memory of Alura blocks her, declares firmly that her daughter's mindraping is NOT going to happen and throws her out:
-->'''Sheko:''' You... You can see me?\\
'''Alura:''' OF COURSE I can see you. Now GET OUT of our home!\\
'''Sheko:''' Who are you...?\\
'''Alura:''' Alura Zor-El! Praetor of Argo City! And you trespass at your peril!
15th Feb '16 2:39:59 AM StFan
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* In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'', the title character and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeComics You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.

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* In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'', the title character and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeComics [[Awesome/ComicBooks You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.
13th Jan '16 12:44:05 AM Doug86
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* This was basically how {{Superman}} was killed in ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.

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* This was basically how {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} was killed in ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.
5th Nov '15 9:35:46 AM nombretomado
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* In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''{{Thor}}'', the title character and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeComics You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.

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* In a 1980s storyline in [[MarvelUniverse Marvel Comics's]] ''{{Thor}}'', ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'', the title character and other Asgardians are being pursued by the forces of Hel as they rescue mortals from the underworld. The heroes realize they will not be able to escape and Thor says he will stay to hold them off and give the others time to escape. He is then [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocked unconscious from behind]] by Skurge the Executioner, a long-time villain who has finally realized how foolish much of his life has been. Skurge takes Thor's place, [[http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2005/05/mighty-thor-362-marvel-comics-1985.html singlehandedly holding off the demonic hordes and perishing in battle]], and earns a place in Valhalla, the heroes' afterlife. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeComics You can't go wrong with a Norse god blowing apart Viking zombies with machine guns borrowed from Earth.]] Hela did try to keep Skurge in Hel, but realized that his act of heroism made his soul "too bright" for that dismal realm.
3rd Nov '15 3:33:45 PM nombretomado
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* This was basically how {{Superman}} was killed in the ''[[TheDeathOfSuperman Death of Superman]]'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.

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* This was basically how {{Superman}} was killed in the ''[[TheDeathOfSuperman Death of Superman]]'' ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' arc. After getting his ass kicked across America while trying to fight Doomsday, he finally plants himself in Metropolis and refuses to budge, saying the only way Doomsday will ever destroy his city is to kill him first. Doomsday proceeds to do just that, but takes such a beating in the process that he dies as well.
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