8 Comments
Posted by Bruxae

He was an annoying brat CHARACTER, not a real kid, a character.. Hell they had him beating up adults, why shouldnt we treat him as one?

If people are happy that a character they considered bad is gone there is nothing wrong with it, characters are there to entertain.

If the character was bad or not is a whole different subject.

Posted by JediXMan

... you realize Grant Morrison essentially created the character, right? It was his character to kill. So you saying that Morrison wanted to go down as "the guy who killed Damian" is really, really funny.

I also find it rather humorous that you are disturbed by people being happy over the death of a fictional kid who never acted like a kid a day in his life.

I'm happy he's dead, he's my least favorite Robin, and that there is my opinion.

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Posted by ssejllenrad

@MightyMODOK said:

I understand some people didn't like the character and he's made up and all but he's still a kid! And everyone is going on about how happy they are! It's just wrong.

Woooh boy... Prepare for Game of Thrones Season 3.... People are gonna rejoice for a kid's death!

Posted by TDK_1997

People are happy because Grant Morrison was the one that created Damian and it is always good to see the death of a character by the hand of his creator.But people are also sad because the character was great.

Posted by MightyMODOK

@MightyMODOK said:

I understand some people didn't like the character and he's made up and all but he's still a kid! And everyone is going on about how happy they are! It's just wrong.

Woooh boy... Prepare for Game of Thrones Season 3.... People are gonna rejoice for a kid's death!

Game of Thrones? OH WAIT I KNOW SORRY.

Posted by deadpoolrules

Got to agree with Bruxae.

Posted by Walzo

Grant Morrison killed him to make his name go down in history as the guy who killed Damian Wayne.

Judging by the fact he CREATED the character, I think he's allowed it.

Edited by lykopis

I dunno. Not a Batman fan but I do think it's a bit off-putting reading how the death of a child (regardless of the personality of said child) is considered good. As for creating a character and then having the right to "kill" them, that's another topic altogether.