We're Getting Mutants in the MCU - The Loop
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Corey Burton (1955 - )
- The Transformers: The Movie (1986; animated) [Brawn/Spike Witwicky/Shockwave]: "Brawn" is shot in the chest by Starscream (Chris Latta) firing Megatron (Frank Welker) in his gun mode. "Shockwave" is crushed to death (off-screen) by Unicron (Orson Welles). "Spike Witwicky" survives.
- Critters (1986) [Crites]: The first crite's insides explode after swallowing a firecracker given to him by Scott Grimes, the second crite is shot with a shotgun by Dee Wallace, the third is crushed by a ceiling fan after Scott accidentally shoots it down, the fourth is shot by Dee, the fifth is blown up with a laser gun by Terrence Mann) the remaining Crites are killed when Don Keith Opper throws a Molotov cocktail into their spaceship with Scott's large firecracker causing it to explode.
- Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986) [Rev. Kane (voice)]: Providing the (dubbed) voice of Julian Beck's character, he dies of unknown causes some time before the start of the film; he appears throughout the film as the spirit/monster. He also reprised his voiceover role in Poltergeist III, though the physical role was played by Nathan Davis.
- Hercules (1997; animated) [Titans]: The titans are killed when Hercules (Tate Donovan) uses the tornado element Titan to suck up the other Titans and tosses them into the sky causing them to explode. (Mythologically inaccurate: the Titans were immortal and, therefore, could not die; instead they remained imprisoned in Tartarus for eternity.)
- Mulan (1998; animated) [Ancestor]: Plays the voice of a ghost.
- Justice League: The New Frontier (2008; animated) [Abin Sur]: Fatally injured in a spacecraft explosion, he then passes his lantern ring to Hal Jordan (David Boreanaz) before dying.
- Legion of Super Heroes: Dark Victory part 2 (2008; animated) [Brainiac 1.0]: Destroy by the Legion, however at the end of the episode, he survived and began rebuilding himself.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Gungan General (2009; animated) [Senator Kharrus/Count Dooku]: "Senator Kharrus" is killed in the crash when the shuttle is shot down. He is later buried. "Count Dooku" survives.
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Deep Cover for Batman (2009; animated) [Silver Cyclone]: Head blown off by Red Hood (Jeff Bennett (II)) after throwing of his redarangs in his head.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Innocents of Ryloth (2009; animated) [TX-20/Nilim Bril]: "TX-20" is ripped apart by his prisoners, while "Nilim Bril" survives.
- The Secret Saturdays: War of the Cryptids (2010; animated) [Leonidas Van Rook/V.V. Argost]: "Leonidas Van Rook" took a blast from Drew Saturday's (Nicole Sullivan) own fire sword which was used by Rani Nagi (Susan Blakeslee). He then confessed his love to Drew before dying and is giving a funeral in the end. While "V.V. Argost" is presumed dead in an explosion, but he return in Ben 10: Omniverse: T.G.I.S.'
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Duchess of Mandalore (2010; animated) [Jerec/Count Dooku/Aramis]: "Jerec" is killed in a bombing on Kalevela before the events of the episode. Aramis and Count Dooku live.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Hunt For Ziro (2010; animated) [Ziro The Hutt]: Shot to death by Sy Snootles (Nika Futterman) for betraying her prior to the episode.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Heroes on Both Sides (2010; animated) [Engineer/Count Dooku/Nix Card]: "Engineer" is shot by Demolition Droids. Count Dooku and Nix Card both live.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Nightsisters (2011; animated) [Ky Narec/Count Dooku]: "Ky Narec" is shot by a Weequay Raider. "Count Dooku" lives.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Monster (2011; animated) Halsey/Count Dooku]: "Halsey" is killed by Savage Opress (Clancy Brown), as his Padawan Knox (Dee Bradley Baker) watches. His and Knox's bodies were later brought back to Coruscant in Witches of the Mist. Count Dooku lives.
- Sym-Bionic Titan: Escape from Galalunia (2011; animated) [Galalunian Commander]: Impaled by a sword from Lance (voiced by Kevin Thomas), he then falls from the bridge and into the water.
- ThunderCats: Journey to the Tower of Omens (2011; animated) [Jaga]: Killed in an explosion after he forces Mumm-Ra (Robin Atkin Downes) to drop the lantern he's trapped him to allow Lion-O (Will Friedle) time to escape.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Shadow Warrior (2011; animated) [Rish Loo/Count Dooku]: "Rish Loo" is impaled by Count Dooku (also voiced by Corey). Dooku lives.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Box (2012; animated) [Count Dooku/Sixtat/Cad Bane]: "Sixtat" falls into a pit of flames after missing the third target. Count Dooku and Cad Bane both survive.
- Generator Rex: A brief History of Time (2012; animated) [Septimus Severus]: Possibility die when his place began to crash and crumble down.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Eminence (2013; animated) [Oruba the Hutt/Ziton Moj]: "Oruba" is killed by Savage Opress (Clancy Brown), and "Ziton Moj" survives.
- Star Wars The Clone Wars: Crisis at the Heart (2014; animated) [Senator Bec Lawise/Count Dooku/Nix Card]: "Bec Lawise" is shot by Padmé Amidala (Catherine Taber) when Count Dooku (also voiced by Burton) uses the Force to make her shoot him against her will. Count Dooku and Nix Card both survive.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Sacrifice (2014; animated) [Count Dooku]: Beheaded offscreen by Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter), but the entire scene is only an illusion created by the real Dooku and his master Darth Sidious (Tim Curry) in an attempted to break Yoda (Tom Kane).
- Star Wars: Rebels (2014, animated): The Antilles Extraction (2016; animated) [Rake Gahree]: Killed when Vult Skerris (voiced by Mario Vernazza) shot and blew up his disabled Tie Interceptor.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Phantom Apprentice (2020; animated) [Count Dooku]: Though he doesn't appear, he is mentioned by Obi-Wan (James Arnold Taylor) that Anakin (Matt Lanter) killed him. (Note: This episode takes place during Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)) See also Christopher Lee in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005))
- The Book of Boba Fett: In The Name of Honor (2022) [Cad Bane]: Voicing an alien, stabbed in the chest by Temuera Morrison with a Gaffi stick.
Video Game Deaths
- Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns (2002) [Tal Ashen/Count Dooku Jedi Starfighter Pilot]: "Tal Ashen" is during the battle. "Count Dooku" and " Jedi Starfighter Pilot" survived!
- Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) [Count Dooku/Rune Haako/Jedi Brute]: "Dooku" is stabbed in the chest with a lightsaber by Anakin (voiced by Mat Lucas). (the character's death in the film is different due to censorship issues.) The "Jedi Brutes" are killed in different ways by Anakin as they try to stop him. "Haako" is also killed with a lightsaber by Anakin.
- Kingdom Hearts 2 (2006) [Sark/Master Control System]: Both destroy by Tron (Bruce Boxleitner), Sora (Haley Joel Osment), Donald (Tony Anselmo), and Goofy (Bill Farmer). (See also David Warner)!)
- God of War III (2010) [Zeus]: Beaten to death by T.C. Carson after forcing Corey's disembodied spirit back into his physical body. Corey's body then explodes into a massive flash of light as T.C. watches on.
- Batman: Arkham City (2011) [Professor Hugo Strange]: Already dying from being stabbed in the back by Dee Bradley Baker, he is killed in an explosion when he activates his tower's self destruct system.