What fictional death affected you the most?

Asked by Andy Boyd

July 24, 2012

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Caitlin Davis

From San Diego (Sea World Employee)

Dumbledor from Harry Potter! I cried like a child, and in the movie it’s ten times worse! I cried for days, I was so broken up about it.

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Jeff Rigg

From San Diego (Sea World Employee)

Gustavo Fring from Breaking Bad. He was such a cool character even though he was a bad guy. He gets blown up but you see him again, like, walking, but then he just keels over and dies.

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Catherine Pitt

From Oklahoma (Theater Performer)

When what’s-his-face from The Avengers died...Agent Coulson! He was such a great dude. That just broke my heart. I was laughing the whole time because he was being such a badass the whole time, but it was so sad.

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Michael Dehut

From San Diego (Gamer)

Voldemort dying in Harry Potter, because he was one of my favorite characters and I secretly wanted Harry to die instead.

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San Diego Comic Con 2012! from Andy Boyd on Vimeo.


Andy Boyd July 26, 2012 @ 3:30 p.m.

I'd love some feedback on the video y'all! Watch it and post here whatcha think :)


Scott Marks July 27, 2012 @ 7:05 a.m.

Remember when the news reported that Abe "Fish" Vigoda was dead and he wasn't? That was one fictional death that took its toll on me.


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