* [[spoiler: Elaine Belloc]]'s death. Not only is it an unwitting HeroicSacrifice, but the fact that she doesn't realize she's dead until [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/TheSandman Death of The Endless]] herself]] tells her and hugs her in comfort makes it absolutely heartbreaking.
---> '''[[spoiler:Death]]:''' I'm really sorry, [[spoiler:Elaine]]. What you gave him was life, you know? (''hugs her'') And there's only so much to go around.
* ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'' had a fair share of these moments. Like when the universe the title character created is mutated and his creations forced to disobey his one rule (don't worship anything).
* This troper shed a tear at God's last words to his proud, difficult, stubborn son, expressing his respect for Lucifer's most defining characteristics. "Then fly far and straight my son, stop for nothing."
* ''He already knows. He has always known.''
* The sheer momentous significance of this one scene I found quite moving, in an "Oh crap, the universe is breaking" way as well as some "I always knew he was the one with a backbone, but ''damn'' kind of way":
-->'''Duma:''' No.