: I emailed Marvel about this myself and got
: response from big Tom himself on my email,
: which went very similar to what you've
: written and went like this: 'Digitek did
: blow his head off in FRONT LINE #6óbut given
: what we know about him, that doesnít mean
: that heís dead.'
: Lets hope Tom Brevoort has other plans for
: Digitek as given his powers he was one of
: the more interesting Marvel UK characters.
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: Civil War Frontline #6 details how Digitek
: blew his own brains out in a cell during
: this whole Civil War thing.
: Fine I accept this. But.....how can somebody
: who is just bytes of data even blow his own
: brains out in the first place???
: Just a thought.
: Tom Brevoort's already been asked this on
: another forum, and this was his response.
: If he was operating on America soil--as he
: must have been to be arrested and
: incarcerated--then he would have been
: imprisoned. At some point he might have been
: depored, but that would have been after an
: appropriate hearing or trial, neither of
: which had happened by the time of CW: FRONT
: LINE #6.
: Also, given his powers and his state of
: being, I wouldn't worry too much about
: him--I doubt that blowing his own head off
: would have been enough to kill him, so it's
: not unlikely that what he really did was
: cleverly escape, by making it seem like he
: was dead.
: Tom B
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