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Posted by Ryokuma100 (1026 posts) 1 month, 19 days ago

Poll: ENDGAME SPOILERS - Which was more emotional (93 votes)

Tony’s Death 60%
Logan’s (The Wolverine) Death 40%
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#1 Posted by Ready_4_Madness (17084 posts) - - Show Bio

Stalemate

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#2 Posted by Saberscar223 (4455 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony for me both almost made me cry but I have more of a connection with Tony

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#3 Posted by Amcu (17041 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony's hasn't fully sunken in for me yet. I was in a state of disbelief in the theater and I still am now.

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#4 Edited by FirstFirmament (407 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony's death made me want to cry. (I don't cry that easy)

Logan's death was the only scene in cinematic history that made me cry, especially when the Cross is tilted to look like an X, that was a gut punch.

Comparatively, that cheeseburger scene was also a massive gut punch.

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#5 Posted by KingLouie (3567 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan

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#6 Posted by deactivated-5cc67b0035006 (12 posts) - - Show Bio

I cried in the theater when Tony died.

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#7 Posted by deactivated-5ccc5f861ec2c (182 posts) - - Show Bio

Lmao all the grown ass men who cried. It's not real. Still Wolverine's death had more weight

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#9 Posted by Amcu (17041 posts) - - Show Bio
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#10 Posted by Petey_is_Spidey (11692 posts) - - Show Bio

Guys, it's just a film

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#11 Posted by Emanresu_20 (3113 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony solely for the reason that we have been through 10 years of film with him. Logan’s death was poetic but Tony’s Death feels more personal.

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#12 Edited by adamTRMM (9333 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan's by far. I was literally gut wrenched in that moment.

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#13 Posted by DanielDaRipper (5618 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony for me.

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#15 Posted by MarvelandDCfan24 (7662 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan who?

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#16 Posted by TheSpartanB345T (4382 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan's, just because of how he had lost EVERYTHING before he died.

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#17 Posted by TheSpartanB345T (4382 posts) - - Show Bio

@emanresu_20: ?

Hugh Jackman had been Wolverine for almost 20...

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#18 Posted by The Impersonator (8487 posts) - - Show Bio

My tears were endless for Tony.

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#19 Posted by SwordofDamocles (327 posts) - - Show Bio

This is almost close, but Logan.

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#20 Posted by uugieboogie (13397 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony isn’t dead

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#21 Posted by EmmaFrostXmen (3047 posts) - - Show Bio

Black Widow

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#22 Posted by AlexTheBoss (18445 posts) - - Show Bio

Probably Logan since he was brutally killed, while Tony's was a noble sacrifice.

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#23 Posted by ThorofAsgard (422 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan for sure. “You will die with your heart in your hands.”

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#24 Posted by Mike_Fowler (5155 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony, for one reason

He didn’t get to actually say any last words to the people he loved. Logan at least got to say (weakly) “so this is what it feels like”

Tony, the gauntlet drained him to the point that all he could do was stare at them before passing away from what I remember

They’re both sad, but that’s the thing that makes Tony’s death just a little sadder in my opinion

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#25 Posted by Usha (3698 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan's for me. I actually cried for his even though I've heard the rumours. When Laura said, "Daddy" the tears couldn't be held back, and I ain't no dad.

@amcu said:

Tony's hasn't fully sunken in for me yet. I was in a state of disbelief in the theater and I still am now.

Same. I didn't expect him to die, 100% thought Cap would. I just see Tony as the ultimate hero.

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#26 Posted by APEX_pretador (21255 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony

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#28 Posted by IndomitableRegal (16504 posts) - - Show Bio

The latter option, by a little bit.

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#29 Edited by RabumAlal (5314 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan stomps.

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#30 Posted by Lan_Fan (15878 posts) - - Show Bio

Idk why, but Logan's death scene made me cry harder.

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#31 Posted by DarkPsychicLord_Prime (4126 posts) - - Show Bio

I think i felt more connected to Tony, so his death began to make me tear a bit, didn't happen with Logan, though it was still sad. I actually started crying a little when i heard the music Steve and Peggy were dancing to and them finally being happy.

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#32 Posted by EternalDarkFury (2532 posts) - - Show Bio

Both dammit.

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#33 Posted by GateOfBabylon (4561 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan led a miserable immortal life, having loved ones died one after another, never finding a family until he found the X-Men (which he couldn't connect very well with either, and even then the X-Men were wiped out) and all he had left was a slight father figure in Xavier, who then died too. He's wallowed in guilt, self-hate, sorrow, grief, and pain all his life and longs for death, which ironically is delayed immensely due to his own mutation.

It wasn't until the very end of his tortured life when he finally finds a "daughter" in Laura, and he only knew the true feeling of having a family when Laura cries out "Daddy..." as she herself manages to get a father for herself, distancing herself from the weapon they made her.

"So this is what it feels like..." Logan murmurs with his last breath with tears in his eyes, but with the relief he sought for all along - the feeling of having a family, along with his long desired death.

I mean, this has to make people tear up.

Tony's one is not too far behind though.

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#34 Posted by kgb725 (19544 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony that lifeless stare and everyone coming to comfort him was great

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#35 Posted by foxerdes (10317 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan I guess. Some pile of s shamelessy spoiled the other death on Facebook.

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#36 Posted by LuminousHydra (925 posts) - - Show Bio

Actually I felt like the death of Clark in BvS was more emotional than Tony's in endgame. Logan's was pretty emotional too though.

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#37 Edited by TobyMaguire (720 posts) - - Show Bio

Logan death was really sad while Tony's death was epic but also sad but still badass

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#38 Posted by Darkthunder (3125 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony

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#39 Posted by Daisy_Johnson (1331 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony went out like a bad ass saving the universe. Logan went out like a bitch and I'm still pissed about it. He got picked up and slammed on a log by his clone and I was like.... well.... that just happened. Stupid as shit. Daken had zero attachment to Wolverine in the movie and came out of freaking no where, in the comics he was Logan's biological son. Hell there was nothing for the viewer to be invested in Daken. The answer is pretty clear to me in my mind considering we are invested in both Thanos and Iron-Man. For me personally, Logan is a movie that annoyed me and came off as lazy writting and was not satisfying for me in any shape or form. It's my least favorite of the Wolverine movies. There were plenty of ways to age Logan and they went with the worst possible outcome. Why Omega Red was the main villain and drained him from his life force in the first act is beyond me. Arkady would have been the perfect end villain for Wolverine for both movie goers and comic fans, a perfect send off for our hero who didn't even get to fight one of his greatest nemesis on the silver screen (at least we got some messed up version of Silver Samurai).

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#40 Posted by Rebake (4559 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony's. He had much more to give to the world since he was in his prime (Mark 85), so a lot of lost potential. One thing that helps Tony's death hurt more visually is that we've seen Wolverine having gruesome injuries before while Stark was burned so badly that he couldn't even speak (which is his thing). Stark being in such bad shape hit me harder. Logan was already dying from the start and his spiral downward was painful to watch, making his death almost seem merciful. His friends were all dead too. Poor guy, but at least he got to live much longer than Stark. However, he showed all the signs he was on his way out. Both deaths were painful, and I remember enjoying the first X-Men movie many years ago, but the jump from a healthy Tony to burned up Tony in the same film hurt more. I doubt Tony had ever been in as much pain, but he was unable to move much to express it. He's more mortal under the suit than an old and dying Wolverine.

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#41 Posted by MonsterStomp (36967 posts) - - Show Bio

Hands down, Tony.

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#42 Posted by Chronicplane (9356 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony without a doubt.

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#43 Posted by g2_ (11933 posts) - - Show Bio

When Logan died, I felt that it's his time. When Stark died, it broke me.

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#44 Edited by deactivated-5cc9dc4dc7435 (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony’s death for sure. Logan didn’t really have much to live for anymore and he welcomed death, whereas Tony had just got his family and wanted to live for them.

The saddest part of Tony’s death is he is a survivor, he always found a way to cut the wire so to speak, so watching him sit there with the realisation that he was going to die and there’s nothing he could do about it was pretty depressing. I suppose the same could be said for Logan but that was just part of his abilities whereas with Tony he was just too stubborn to die.

I mean, he could have just gone to bed when he discovered time travel. Also that moment where Strange holds up his finger to Iron Man with that look on his face was haunting.

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#45 Posted by nn5 (210 posts) - - Show Bio

Both were emotional. Probably Tony, but Logan was better movie than Endgame overall.

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#46 Edited by deactivated-5cc9dc4dc7435 (80 posts) - - Show Bio

@mike_fowler: I read somewhere that it was RDJs decision not to talk while he died, it was really a strange moment as you’d assume Tony would come out with some one liner before his death. I think he just couldn’t believe it was actually happening as he had always found a way to avoid to death until now.

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#47 Posted by Green_Tea (10574 posts) - - Show Bio
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#48 Posted by Red_Ruby_Petal (8259 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony's death meant a lot to me personally.

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#49 Posted by MAZAHS117 (12845 posts) - - Show Bio

Leaning towards Logan’s, but it’s close

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#50 Posted by MarvelBuffNerd (48 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony's, with Logan being close behind. But as stated before, Wolverine had the longer life, more tortured, more pain, etc. Tony was still young enough and such a brilliance that he could have offered things to the world for years to come, lots of potential gone with his life ending. I remember watching the first Iron Man and thinking as a 15 year old "There is something to this, i like it for some reason" and becoming a fully engorged MCU fanboy thanks to Tony hooking me in. When my father figure passed in 2012, i still had the MCU to escape with and look forward to, and RDJ was always there. His death gutted me in theaters! I'm going for a re-watch in IMAX and i can't wait, but i know that his death will be just as bad again lol. The way he is just sitting there so catatonic, blankly staring and unable to speak, all i could say was "Jesus" as i was full blown ugly crying with my wife. Great payoff to Iron Man!