The second-to-last issue of Buffy Season Eight. The Seed of Wonder is destroyed, all the magic in the world disappears, and Giles dies.
Volume 9 of Hellboy, "The Wild Hunt". It starts off looking like a fairly simple "Hellboy beats people up" arc, as the last volume was. By the end, it turns out that Hellboy is the heir to the crown of England.
In the Dark Horse comics, it's revealed that the lead commander is really a Simeon.
IDW comics has issue 6 of the Duane Swierczynski/Simon Gane comic which has Claire getting a vision from Mothra of the Space Monsters coming to Earth. In issue 8, we finally see their arrival.
In Rulers of Earth, we are shown SEVERAL Wham Episodes. In issue 1, we are given the implied revelation that the Cryog sent the Space Monsters. Issue 6 introduced Jet Jaguar, issue 8 has the Devonians betray the Cryog, in issue 9, it's revealed that this is not the first time the Kaiju have appeared, nor is it the first time humanity interacted with them and issue 12 the Cryog Emperor was revealed to have survived.
The appropriately titled "Endgame" storyline was a four-part string of wham episodes. Starting in issue 47, during another routine Robotropolis invasion, Sally took a near-fatal fall from a high ledge, which was done by a Sonic look-a-like. Things got very bad really fast for the real Sonic when he returned to Knothole. Sally was presumed dead from the fall, Sonic was arrested for treason, murder, and was transported to the Alcatraz-like Devil's Gulag. Sonic was not happy with any of this. Meanwhile, Robotnik plotted to take over Knothole (which he finally discovered) and use his Ultimate Annihilator device over the place (which would phase the village out of existence instead of merely destroying it). Needless to say, the stakes were raised to a level unparalleled to even the SatAM cartoon. In the end, Sonic managed to stop Robotnik's plan with mixed results. While Robotnik was killed by his own doomsday device, it also permanently jumped Knothole three hours ahead in time from the rest of Mobius, and Sonic almost died himself, trying to save everyone. But at least for consolation, Sally didn't die. She was stuck in a coma, and in a nice homage to Sleeping Beauty, Sonic kissed Sally to wake her up. Robotnik's demise certainly changed things, but whether it was for the better...let's not even discuss it.
For those who stuck with the comic after "EndGame", current head writer Ian Flynn likes to do these. At first, it was for "cleaning house" (Killing Tommy Turtle, fusing all the Chaos Emeralds in the universe into a set of seven, etc.) then, came the Destruction of Knothole arc, arguably one of the defining arcs of his run. Robotnik gets dead serious for possibly the first time since the EndGame, sics a FLEET of floating fortresses on the Kingdom of Knothole, destroying it effortlessly, confronts Sonic one on one (again, for the first time since EndGame), and OWNS him. Brutally. For better or worse, THIS is the arc to base your opinion of Ian Flynn around.
And Flynn's had a few other wham episodes since then. The "Enerjak Reborn" arc had Doctor Finitevusbrainwash Knuckles into becoming the new Enerjak, which leads to the destruction of the Dingo Regime, the death of Knuckles' father Locke, and the remnants of the Dark Legion joining with Eggman. And then a little while after that, we get issue 200 - Sonic defeats Eggman so epically, the doctor has a huge Villainous Breakdown, which allows his position as Big Bad to be usurped by the Iron Dominion, who spend the next dozen or so issues curb stomping the heroes all over the place.
Archie Sonic is generally good for a Wham Episode every milestone issue. Once 225 hit, there was a rapid fire of them even:
Issue 225 features the Death Egg, the return of Silver Sonic, and a Cosmic Retcon being activated just as we discover Sally's apparent death via gun turret… Issue 230’s wham was spoiled, but that doesn’t take away the full level of shock that was Sally being roboticized. Finally issue 234 ended in Antoine nearly being Killed Off for Real and left in a life-threatening coma.
Meta Example: The now infamous lawsuit between Archie and the comic’s former head writer Ken Penders ended with a swift removal of anything the writer had created during his tenure at Archie, which was a majority of the non-Sega original cast, and a number of whom were crucial to ongoing story lines at the time. The shift is most clearly seen in the Endangered Species Arc, which suffered huge last minute rewrites and resulted in several major characters and an entire civilization being Put on a Busoff screen.
Issue 250, the first part of the final arc in the Worlds Collide crossover with Mega Man (Archie Comics) ended with Eggman throwing Dr. Light out of the Wily Egg to fall to his death. Mercifully, Shadow saves him next issue.
The Worlds Collide crossover ended on a hell of a wham in issue #251 with Eggman’s attempt to stop Super Sonic from undoing his Cosmic Retcon resulting in reality literally shattering around them. However the full weight of what happened isn’t shown until #256, when it is revealed that said actions caused the multiverse to collapse, just as the planet shatters from the energy backlash. For perspective: that’s a Class X-5 case of Apocalypse HowIn-Universe, and a Class Z for any characters/events/places that were lost from the Penders Lawsuit.
Johnny, a prominent member of the Freedom Fighters, being killed early in the Sonic Adventure arc really changed things.
The two part story The Origin of Sonic and Back To Reality, published in #8 and #9, depicted Robotnik throwing Sonic six months into the future, where he had managed to take complete control of the planet, which became the status quo until #100's The Final Victory.
The Return of Chaotix, the final six-part story in the Brotherhood of Metallix arc was a further Wham Episode, depicting Sonic having to travel back to the time of the accident seen in Origin and cause Kintobor's transformation into Robotnik to prevent the Brotherhood's Bad Future.
Issue 37-38's Robotnik's Revenge, a two-part story in the middle of the larger arc adapting the events of Sonic 3 & Knuckles, has Robotnik successfully locating and destroying the Freedom Fighter's underground hideout, forcing them to go on the road under the guise of a travelling circus, again lasting until #100.
The ENTIRE freaking Metal Virus saga, spanning Issues #13-32. One of the darkest storylines in the history of the Sonic franchise, it's shockers galore from start to finish.
Issues #13-16, "Infection": Dr. Eggman has developed a virus that turns organics into machines. The villainous skunk brothers Rough and Tumble are used as subjects for a field test of the Metal Virus, and while Sonic and Amy manage to defeat them, Sonic ends up infected with the virus as a result. The biggest shocker is a huge Kick the Dog sequence in Issue #16: a village that took Eggman in as an amnesiac is chosen as ground zero for the start of a full-scale Zombie Apocalypse. As he lampshades, "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished".
Issues #17-20, "Crisis City": Eggman attacks several towns and cities with the Metal Virus, with several major protagonists falling victim to the plage. While the Chaotix evacuate a city, Charmy ends up infected trying to save a civilian who got some of the virus on her. Cream's village is hit next, and while Vanilla and she manage to escape, Cheese and Chocola are infected protecting them and break out of the jars Sonic tried to ground them in. Then, Shadow gets infected when he refuses to listen to the advice of his comrades and fights barehanded against the Zombots. Omega's body is destroyed while trying to fight against the newly Zombot-ified Shadow, Tails barely managing to grab his head that houses his CPU so he isn't completely demolished and can be rebuilt later. At the same time Starline finds out about the Zeti and their robot controlling powers, hitting upon an idea to use them to control the Zombots.
Issue #24: Despair Event Horizon is personified in this issue. The remainder of Amy's team is seen evacuating Tangle's hometown, but they are all emotionally drained with each shred of hope leaving them (Restoration HQ, Tails' lab, and the data reader needed to find a cure to the Metal Virus all having been lost). Cream is completely devoid of her optimism due to losing Cheese, Chocola, and her mom. Espio blames Sonic for the events that transpired due to letting Eggman run free (during his "Mr. Tinker" phase). Sonic is especially tired after endless running, and slowly losing his ability to drive back the virus affecting him, as informed by Gemerl. And Whisper is distraught after learning Tangle is infected and staying behind to help them all escape. Starline, meanwhile prepares to bring the Deadly Six over to control the Zombots. The To Be Continued text at the end appropriately says "Next Time: From Bad to Worse!"
Issues #25-29, "All or Nothing" & Issues #30-32, "Out of the Blue". The Metal Virus saga's climax and epilogue arcs see things finally take a turn for the better, but it's still one uphill climb.
Issue #27: Zeena has the upper hand as she easily controls Gemerl, leaving Cream to rescue him. Even after beating Zeena and getting the Chaos Emerald, Cream ends up infected by the virus, forcing Gemerl to send the gem to their allies and keep her company. It's unknown if she fully becomes a Zombot anytime before the end of the saga.
Issue #28: The heroes have successfully recovered the Chaos Emeralds, but then the issue ends with a Wham Shot cliffhanger as Zavok attacks Angel Island with the Zombot forms of most of their friends and loved ones.
Issue #29: Zavok comesextremelyclose to winning as the heroes are overrun and infected by their Zombot-ified friends. Sonic has also lost his ability to beat back his infection and very nearly succumbs to it before he and Silver go Super. Super Sonic and Super Silver manage to use the Chaos Emeralds and Warp Topaz to destroy the Metal Virus for good, but the Topaz overloads and explodes, with Sonic disappearing afterwards.
Issue #30: Zavok recovers from his defeat, with it being revealed that the other Zeti have likewise recovered from the Metal Virus and escaped. Meanwhile, Eggman and his minions escape, with Metal Sonic stabbing Gemerl through the chest in the process; Orbot and Cubot also manage to steal Omega's head in the process, with Eggman planning to make use of it. And in the final scene, it's revealed that a banged up Sonic crash-landed in Blaze's dimension.
Issue #31: The good news? Sonic is already back up on his feet again in the Sol Dimension. The bad news? His mind has been warped and he's lost all his memories. Meanwhile, Starline now plans to regain Eggman's respect by conquering the world himself then making the both of them work together, and Eggman takes Omega and integrates him into a giant mech which he then uses to assault the heroes during Tangle's celebration party.
Issue #50: The Battle for the Empire arc that has been building since the immediate aftermath of the Metal Virus saga comes to a head, with several major developments: Starline is Killed Off for Real after his plan to usurp Eggman fails, while Kit is captured by Tails and Surge falls to an Uncertain Doom. On the bright side, Belle finally gets the closure that allows her to let go of her Dark and Troubled Past.
The Apocalypse War gave us the large-scale destruction of much of Mega-City One, the total destruction of its Soviet rival East-Meg One at Dredd's hands and a new Chief Judge, as well as setting the stage for three decades of revenge.
Origins: Much of the backstory of the Dreddverse is revealed, and Fargo, the founder of the Judges delivers this Wham Line:
Day of Chaos: 75% of Mega-City One is destroyed, PJ Maybe and the Dark Judges escape. The cycle of revenge between Dredd and the survivors of East-Meg One is finally brought to its end.
Not content with ending the Democracy arc in Judge Dredd with Dredd's resignation and exile into the Cursed Earth, 2000AD then went on to top it not long afterwards when they revealed who The Dead Man was.
In Nikolai Dante, Arkady having a weapons crest is a surprising plot twist. The wham moment comes when we find out that Dmitri lives on within it.
G.I. Joe: Cobra #12 in which Chuckles shoots Cobra Commander dead and then blows the body, the base and himself up with a nuke.
Li'l Abner. The marriage between Abner Yokum and Daisy Mae.
The first number of its sequel Pk 2 is pretty whammy:Everett Ducklair returns to Duckburg,shut off One,kicks Paperinik out of the Ducklair Tower and reveals his daughter in suspended animation.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (IDW) #50 Donatello returns healthy and whole just in time to aid in the Final Battle against Shredder. Splinter battles and defeats Shredder before giving him a honorable death. However, with his death, Karai decides to end the feud and gives Splinter control of the Foot Clan, which freaks the hell out of Michaelangelo and causing him to bail in anger.
Issue 6: Fortress Maximus goes insane, Rung is accidentally shot by Swerve (which puts him out of commission for several issues), Whirl reveals why he was kicked out of the Wreckers, Red Alert is going off the deep end, and the being in the basement is Overlord.
Issue 14: Drift and Brainstorm are working for Prowl and are responsible for Overlord being on the ship. Overlord escapes his containment.
Issues 15-16: Overlord kills Pipes and Rewind and fatally wounds Ultra Magnus. Drift is exiled and Tailgate has three days to live.
Issues 17-21: The crew finds Luna-1 which is filled with sparks and all of the villains the crew has encountered so far, all lead by the now-insane Chief Justice Tyrest. They discover that Ultra Magnus is actually Minimus Ambus, Ambulon and Dai Atlas die on Luna 1, and the Lost Light gets attacked by Legislators who behead Deftwing.
Issues 32-33: The crew arrives in Sector 113 and find an alternate Lost Light where the DJD slaughtered everyone but Rewind. While there they discover that Brainstorm is a Decepticon agent and he proceeds to use his briefcase to knock out the crew and make his getaway.
The Astounding Wolf-Man: Issue #7, mainly for its ending where Gary's wife is accidentally and brutally murdered by his then-mentor Zechariah. The entire premise of the series changes completely after this issue, focusing on Gary on the run and trying to prove his innocence, while Zechariah has a Heel–Face Turn and becomes a primary antagonist, and Gary's daughter Chloe becomes a Heel–Face Revolving Door for the rest of the series. This is also the moment things get Darker and Edgier.
Birthright drops its biggest bombshell at with Issue #20: Enoch dies, two out of the five mages preventing Lore's entry on Earth are dead further weakening the barriers between our world and Terrenos, Mikey allows himself to be captured so he can kill two more mages and Mastema reveals that God-King Lore, the comic's Big Bad who wants to merge both worlds and the one Mikey serves, is actually her father. Justified by the creators who note they were taking a break at the time and wanted to throw as much "wham" moments they could.
Invincible Issue 11 reveals that Omni-Man's origin from issue 2 is carefully-crafted bullshit. Nolan Grayson is a lie. Omni-Man is a lie. The Viltrumite sent to Earth to gather information for its conquest is the truth — and he wants Mark's help in doing it. When Mark refuses, he beats him half to death and when confronted with his unconditional love ("YOU, Dad. I'd still have you."), flies off into space with no sign that he's ever coming back.
In the Luna Brothers' The Sword: First when Malia rips out Dara's womb and stomps on it; then after an epic Roaring Road Of Rampage Dara discovers that the whiny tag-along Justin is Phaistos and the whole thing was a plot to get revenge himself after a millennia of realizing what a prick he was, and then he kills himself with the sword; and when Dara throws the sword in the volcano and goes home and dies(?) after ALL her injuries return.
The Walking Dead, issues 45-50. 9/10's of the cast die, including several main characters and a newborn baby. The few that survive are scattered by the Governor's attack, and forced out of the relative safety of the prison they had been using as a home.
Issue 83 features another massacre: Morgan, Jessie, Ron, and Douglas are devoured, and Carl is shot in the eye.
Issue 100 features the death of Glenn, leaving only 4/15 of the original cast still standing.
Issue #5. Ananke kills Luci, and Laura gains a portion of Luci's powers.
Issue #9. Ananke reveals that the death gods can kill other members of the Pantheon to steal the time they have left, causing Baph to consider going on a rampage. And Cassandra becomes the twelfth member of the pantheon, Urdr.
Issue #13. Tara is introduced and promptly dies, at her own request, by Ananke's hand. Ananke then destroys her suicide note so everyone will believe Tara was murdered.
Issue #18. Persephone is Back from the Dead and out for vengeance on Ananke, and the Pantheon schisms with Persephone, Baphomet, the Morrigan, and Minerva leaving. Not to mention that final page Bedmate Reveal of her alongside Baphomet.
Issue #19. Ananke is trying to preserve some sort of ritual and is planning to outright sacrifice Minerva on her birthday. Minerva is kidnapped back into Ananke's clutches by a well-meaning Amaterasu.
Issue #20. Baphomet didn't kill Inanna; Inanna died when he and Baph tried to save Persephone from Ananke. Also Baphomet is actually Nergal and Persephone's powers work on Urdr.
Issue #25: Minerva is grabbed by an enormous thing seemingly made out of darkness.
Issue #28: Sakhmet massacres an orgy of Amaterasu's followers.
Issue #31: Woden takes over Dio's hive mind, which seems to give Dio an aneurysm in the process. Woden also incapacitates the Norns. Meanwhile, Amaterasu tracks down Sakhmet and ends up getting her throat ripped out. We also find out more background on Baphomet and the Morrigan indicating he was not happy when he found out she asked for him to become a god.
Issue #32: Whatever Woden was planning fails, but Dio is braindead and it's stated he won't be coming back. Minerva is forced to kill Sakhmet when she attacks Persephone. Urdr and Persephone find a hidden room behind the machine and discover... something which causes Urdr to utter a huge Atomic F-Bomb.
Issue #33: Good god. Woden isn't a god at all and he's really David Blake posing as a god. Ananke is not dead at all, she actually stole Minerva's body. And biggest reveal of all...Lucifer, Inanna, and Tara are still alive as disembodied heads.
The first time Alan Moore became famous in the US, it was for a one-issue one of these in a comic that was all but canceled; word of mouth alone made it one of the most famous single issues that year. By the time of the Anatomy Lesson, Swamp Thing had spent nearly ten years trying to reverse the accident that transformed him so he could be plain ol' Alec Holland again. He never will be Alec Holland. He isn't Alec Holland. He never was Alec Holland.
His Youngblood: Judgment Day was this for Youngblood - Knightstrike is acussed of killing Riptide, team is disbanded and entire Universe turns out to be have been plunged into Darker and Edgier setting by a magic book. Same with his Supreme - the very first issue is this for the previous series, revealing that Supreme is only one of many versions of Superman-esque character and now reality rewrites itself, giving him new life and new memories.
His classic story The Killing Joke is one for the Batman franchise. Joker shoots Barbara Gordon in the spine, leaving her paralyzed from the waist down, and since she isn't able to fight crime as Batgirl anymore she goes on to be Mission Control for the Batman family and the Justice League. Joker also gets a tragic backstory that he hints may be fabricated, making him even more mysterious than he was before.
Cerebus has several. Most notably in issue 76 when Weisshaupt tells Cerebus that there are two other Aardvarks.
The graphic novel series Chronin concerns time travelers from the not too distant future (2 from the 2040s, one from the 2050s), who are in 1860s Japan. For most of the first volume, history is going along according to what we know, although one of the time travelers has made a few small nudges to encourage events to go along a little more smoothly for the shishi revolutionaries of the Meiji Restoration than actually happened in history. Then the Hamaguri Gate Incident happens and it is a far worse disaster for the revolutionaries than was the case in real life. What's more, before any fighting takes place, the heads of numerous key leaders of the revolution, some of whom should have lived for decades and played large roles in modernizing Japan after the overthrow of the Tokugawa shogunate (including several who shouldn't even have been in the country at that time), are displayed by the shogunate forces. It's an enormous shock for the protagonists as they realize that the course of history is completely off the rails and they suspect there must be another time traveler helping the Tokugawa to defeat the revolution.
The first two episodes set up Diabolik as the Villain Protagonist, Ginko as the Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist, Gustavo Garian as a friend of Ginko with good reasons to hate Diabolik, and Elisabeth Gay as Diabolik's fiancee and possible future accomplice. Then in the third story "The Arrest of Diabolik" Elisabeth finds Diabolik's lab under their home, mistakes his masks for human heads and gets him arrested just as he's planning to dump her and get with Eva (who has debuted now).
The 23rd issue, "The Chinese Knife", is one by virtue of Altea returning without getting killed off. The series' unofficial rule was that characters outside the main trio and Gustavo don't appear twice, and if they do they get killed. Nowadays it is that characters outside the main trio, Gustavo and Altea don't appear twice, and if they do they usually get killed (few of them have survived).
"Diabolik, Who Are You?" is Diabolik's Origin Story, on how he was the only survivor of a shipwreck and was raised on King's Island by the man called King and his band of the best criminals in the world.
In "The Long Escape" Benglait, the neighbouring country to Clerville, finally has its revolution, and as a member of the royal family Altea is forced to escape (she won't be able to return for years).
"The Tunnel of Madness" has the return of Elisabeth Gay, that Diabolik drove to madness in the fourth issue "Atrocious Revenge".
In "The Secret of the Rock", Saverio Hardy, one of the few recurring characters outside the main trio, Gustavo and Altea, comes out of the closet and reveals himself as gay.
Nowadays, most Wham Episodes appear in the series "Il Grande Diabolik", canon to the main one but having longer stories:
"Eva Kant: When Diabolik Wasn't There" is Eva's Origin Story, actually revealing what she did before first meeting Diabolik.
"Shadow of the Avenger" shows us what happened in the aftermath of "The Arrest of Diabolik".
"Ginko: Before Diabolik" is Ginko's Origin Story, shocking even the most hardened fan of the series when they revealed that his father was a corrupt judge.
"The Years Lost in Blood" goes for double whammy: we discover what happened to Diabolik after he left King's Island but before arriving in Clerville, and that Walter Dorian, the man whose identity was used by Diabolik in the first stories, is still alive. At least until Diabolik finds out that and that he has a reason to murder him.
"The Face of Hate" has the terrifying return of Elisabeth Gay and her husband, with the confirmed death of the latter and the likely one of the former.
"The Mysteries of Vallenberg" is Altea's Origin Story, how she married the late Duke of Vallenberg, their fight against the terrorist Grey Ravens, the Duke's death in a swimming accident, the Duke returning saying he faked his death to fight the Grey Ravens in secret, the reveal he's actually their leader, and Altea trying to get him arrested only for Diabolik to kill him in revenge for what happened the first time they met.
"A Killer for Ginko" has Ginko and Altea breaking up (they have since got back together, but aren't a married couple in everything but name anymore).
"I Am Diabolik" reveals what happened to Diabolik when he first arrived in Clerville, and what happened to Lopez, Cen Fu and Dempur, three of King's five most trusted men (Professor Wolf's fate was already known, but Suanda's still unknown).
"Inside Clerville's Underground" reveals that Diabolik had been about to make Elisabeth his accomplice, but she failed her test.
"The Return of Gustavo Garian" sees the death of Gustavo Garian, the first character to appear and the one to introduce the reader to Diabolik, making clear that in this series Anyone Can Die.
"The True History of King's Island" shows King's Origin Story, how he became the ruler of an island of criminals and the leader of the gang we saw him with and why he rescued Diabolik from that shipwreck. And that there are documents showing Diabolik's real identity, unknown even to him.
Doonesbury is known for throwing emotional curveballs every now and again. Among the most memorable were Dick Davenport's death-by-heart-attack (in the middle of bird-watching, with the Wham panel suggesting that he got the picture he was looking for) and original cast member BD losing his trademark helmet (and his left leg) after getting hit by an insurgent IED.
Don't forget Andy Lippincott contracting then dying of AIDS, which also forces Mark to come out of the closet. Andy's came up out of nowhere during a storyline where Lacy Davenport looked up her former staff who had AIDS, and the extent was shocking. But a few months after Andy's tragic death, his spirit came to Mark and informed him that he was gay. Both Mark and the audience were shocked by this.
Duke's death. While temporary (He was zombified...long story), it was still pretty shocking.
ElfQuest has had its share over the years. Notably, the elf-troll battle in the original series which lead to the death of one character and the serious wounding of another; and the moment in Kings of the Broken Wheel when Rayek takes Skywise, Leetah and the twins into the future, leaving the rest of the Wolfriders stranded in the present.
Volume 5 of Empowered. Willy Pete kills eight and a half super heroes, and blows up the Superhomeys space station. Mind F***, one of the very few decent supers in the world, dies in the process.
Garfield: In a July 2006 story arc, Jon goes on a date with Garfield tagging along. Pretty straightforward... until Jon sees Liz with another man. Jon goes to their table, and her date asks "So, wait a minute... you like this guy?"
Habibi by Craig Thompson features a monster of a middle chapter (approximately 130 pages long) depicting Habibi's adolescence after being separated from Dodola. An epic and turbulent Coming of Age Story in it's own right, the wham moments are his choosing to be castrated out of guilt for lusting over his caregiver and the conclusion in which he finds Dodola in the sultan's palace at long last, and stages their escape, at once uniting the Two Lines, No Waiting and resolving what was up till now the main conflict.
Album 22. The Status Quo Is God is forever broken when Cancrelune died by suicide. Even a rescue journey through hell fails to bring her back. Easily the most shocking and darkest moment of the series who is primarily known for comedy.
Album 26. Mélusine and Mélisande are revealed to be twin sisters, not cousins. Their mother is also a Fairie in disguise, not a Witch. This leads to war between Witches and Fairies.
Peanuts had the first major Wham in newspaper comics when Charlie Brown went to the hospital. As the rest of the characters fretted about Charlie's life, around the country, readers sent "get well" cards to him as well.
The concluding issue of the War in the SunStory Arc in Preacher, the gravity of which was ominously foreshadowed in an early conversation with the Duke:
Duke: Ya know ya got a... hard time aheada ya, don't ya? Jesse: I know somethin's comin'. I got a feelin' like... I dunno. Like nothin's ever going to be the same again. How bad you figure it'll get? Duke:As bad as it can.