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    Animated Suicide.

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    While there are occasional deaths in American Animated, how often does suicide occur?

    And I mean the character dies as a result of suicide, not attempting it and decides to go on living.

    So far, the only one I recall is Spider-Carnage on Spider-Man TAS. He hops into a portal that leads to his death, because he couldn't rid himself of the Carnage Symbiote.

    Batman Beyond "Meltdown" Mr. Freeze successfully attempts suicide after discovering that his new body was reverting to the condition of his old one. He does so, by bringing down a building on himself, and there's a hole in his suit.
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    There were several Looney Tunes I remember in my youth about characters taking a gun and shooting themselves in the head, but nowadays I sincerely doubt you'll see those cartoons.

    Family Guy once had an episode where Meg joined a cult and the cult killed themselves.

    In Perchance to Dream on BTAS Batman commited suicide in his dream life by jumping off a clock tower.
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    Something I heard about Lion King 2:

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    In the end, the villainess is clinging to a cliff. Originally, she was meant to let go deliberately, because she didn't want to give in to the good guys; however, at the kast minute, this was edited to make it look like she falls off by accident. (Spolier tags used even though revealing that a Disney villain dies by falling from a great hight really isn't much of a spoiler )


    Er, would Frank Grimes count, or would you consider his death accidental?

    An old Disney comic has Mickey Mouse trying to kill himself several times. He eventually gives up, so it doesn't really count for this topic, but it's still kind of shocking to see nowadays.
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    I am positive South Park has done numerous suicides, just can't remember them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spongebrain2.0
    I am positive South Park has done numerous suicides, just can't remember them
    Same for Ren & Stimpy.
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    I am positive South Park has done numerous suicides, just can't remember them
    You must be thinking specifcally of the "Super Best Friends" episode where the David Blaine Cult preformed Mass sucide in order to get tax emept status in Washington. A lot of people did actually preform the sucide and die although no main characters succeeded at it. (Eric Cartman tried but kept pussying out at the last second).

    Not to mention in Futurama they have suicide booths, seen specifically in the pilot where Bender (along with Fry) nearly killed themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra Mike
    You must be thinking specifcally of the "Super Best Friends" episode where the David Blaine Cult preformed Mass sucide in order to get tax emept status in Washington. A lot of people did actually preform the sucide and die although no main characters succeeded at it. (Eric Cartman tried but kept pussying out at the last second).
    There was also a recent episode (unfortunately I can't recall which one) wherein the Mayor pointed a gun at her temple and blew her brains out, though she was very much alive and had a bandage around her head in a later scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandoz
    There was also a recent episode (unfortunately I can't recall which one) wherein the Mayor pointed a gun at her temple and blew her brains out, though she was very much alive and had a bandage around her head in a later scene.
    And the owner of Wall-Mart blew his brains out too. AND HOW could we forget Kenny sacrificing himself for the rest of the world at the end of "South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut"
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    8 posts and no-ones mentioned the sucide attempt in "The Incredibles"

    Surely someone getting comminting sucide in a U/G rated movie is MUCH more memorable than in an adult cartoon like South Park or Family Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spongebrain2.0
    AND HOW could we forget Kenny sacrificing himself for the rest of the world at the end of "South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut"
    I wouldn't call his scarifice "suicide", just "martyring"

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