"Captain America Civil War II" Marvel kills off major superhero

There has been no news on whether his character will be brought back to life, but Marvel has previously brought back characters like Captain America and Spider-Man.

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A major character and superhero has been killed off in the new Marvel Entertainment’s summer comic book "Captain America: Civil War 11."

The new issue comes with the murder of Bruce Banner (Hulk). The character has been murdered by fellow Avenger, Hawkeye as a result of an arrow to his head.

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There has been no news on whether his character will be brought back to life, but Marvel has previously brought back characters like Captain America and Spider-Man.

"Only two things are for certain: It will take a long, long time for our heroes to come to terms with his loss, and the circumstance surrounding his death will leave a huge scar on the superhero community," Marvel's editor in chief Axel Alonso told the New York Daily News.

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The unexpected death comes a week after Marvel announced the creation of Riri Williams, who will take over from Tony Stark as armoured superhero, Iron Man.

On Wednesday, May 25, 2016, the launch of "Captain America: Steve Rogers No. 1" came with a shocking revelation that America's greatest hero, Captain America (Steve Rogers), is a Hydra secret agent.

The issue No. 8 of the Thor series, written by Jason Aaron and released in 2015 , revealed that the new heroine and female Thor is Dr. Jane Foster, a former girlfriend of the hero, battling breast cancer.

Banner who is played by Mark Ruffalo, will make his next appearance in the Marvel cinematic universe in the upcoming "Thor: Ragnarok," which is scheduled for a November 3, 2017 release.

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