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As one of the most casually violent and revenge-soaked dramas ever to hit television, Sons of Anarchy piled up a ton of bodies over its seven-season run, enough that there were probably more dead characters than alive ones by the end. And you can now find every single major character death (and quite a few non-major offings) in this gorgeous frenzy of an infograph/poster. Spoilers for anyone who hasn’t finished the series.
Illustrated by Taylor Goad for the design company UnderConsideration, this beauty of a life and death registry lays out the fate of damned near every character, lumped into every kind of category, from the many members of SAMCRO to the unlucky P.D. to the One-Niners and beyond. Every type of death has its own symbol, and all of the bigger characters get their own little illustrated head with recognizable feature. (Bobby’s giant hair is the best.)
Lined up on the left and right sides of the poster are the many characters that either sat on the outskirts of Sons of Anarchy’s clubs and factions, along with the ones that weren’t in them at all. Such as Wendy and all them prostitutes and side bitches. The poster also tracks characters’ love lives, some of which were far more uncomfortable than the murders.
But what obviously makes this poster such an eye-catcher is the way in which the dead characters are connected to their killers via stark red lines that bounce all over the place like a Missile Command stage right before losing. If you’re like me, you’ll be tracing them with your finger before you know it. Here’s a shot of the IRA section to allow for a closer look.
Luckily, this isn’t just something that exists for online perusal, and you can purchase it here on their website in the form of an 18” x 24” poster. It’s only $30, which is excellent for this kind of a fan-specific piece. And considering the show is over now, you’ll never have to worry about it getting updated in a few months. A bittersweet reminder the show is gone forever, in the form of an excellent infograph/poster.