Okay over the years we've seen a lot of Deaths in Comics like Superman, Batman, Hal Jordan, Wasp, Thor and Captain America Just to name a few but can there deaths really be considered deaths? half the time there in some strange coma or have been sent back in time but somehow leaving a corpse in the present or they just transcend this realm of existance like the Wasp who became a celestial being so what I'm asking is can any superhero really die in comics?
@Telcalipoca: Well so was Bruce to a degree as well cause there was a burned out body and until the reveal he was technically considered dead by most fans standards for character death nowadays in comics as well as the DC universe at large sure it was by Darkseid's design but until the reveal that plot line didn't exist yet so he could be considered dead just like Cap was until the reveal in Captain Americ #500
@Telcalipoca: To not count Bruce's "Death" is like not counting captain america's "death" because basically the same exact thing happened to both of them except one took longer to reveal and honestly most of us thought Bruce was dead till the next issue of Final crisis came out plus no one dies in comics save for regular people and unpopular heroes and when a major character dies they don't really die there either in a strange coma thing or have had their mind trapped somewhere in the past
There have been many deaths in comics of heroes and Villains alike not to mention numerous civilians but which was the best Was it the Death of the Red Skull in Captain America #300? Maybe Gwen Stacy and the Green Goblin in Amazing Spider-man #121-122 or possibly the Death of Superman at the hand of Doomsday there have been many but which out all the deaths we've seen is the Best of the Best?