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Ben Potter’s Cause Of Death Revealed Following YouTuber Star’s Sudden Passing


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The cause of death for YouTube star Ben Potter, known as Comicstorian, was revealed on Tuesday. Ben Potter, 40, died in a single-car accident on Saturday while driving his Toyota 4Runner on I-25 near Fort Collins. According to the Colorado State Patrol, he veered off the right shoulder and onto a service road, causing the vehicle to roll several times. Ben Potter’s car accident involved no other vehicles, and he was the only occupant in the truck.

Authorities confirmed that Benjamin Potter was wearing his seatbelt and was not driving at a high speed. There was no evidence of drug or alcohol influence at the time of the crash. The beloved content creator was pronounced dead at the scene.

Benjamin Potter’s wife, Nathalie, announced his death on Monday, describing it as an “unfortunate accident.” She praised her husband as the “rock” of their family, known for his efforts to make others laugh and ensure their well-being. “To many of you, he was Comicstorian, voicing stories from across multiple different mediums. To his loved ones, he was one of the best and most supportive individuals anyone could ask for,” she shared. “As a husband, a son, a brother, a friend, or even just a stranger, Ben was loving and genuine. He was someone who would listen and make time for his loved ones.”

Ben Potter launched his YouTube channel, Comicstorian, in 2014 and gained over 3 million subscribers by creating audio dramas for comics. His content included opinions, reviews, and close analyses of various comic books and superhero products, particularly from Marvel and DC. He also ran a gaming channel, Eligible Monster Gaming, with nearly 200,000 subscribers, where he discussed video game lore from popular franchises like “Assassin’s Creed” and “Resident Evil.” Additionally, Ben Potter had a vlog and manga channel called Mangastorian, featuring Japanese comics and graphic novels.

Over his 10-year career, Ben Potter shared more than 4,000 videos, becoming a significant figure in the comic and gaming communities. His wife has vowed to keep his channel alive, continuing to share great stories in his memory and honoring him as their “very own superhero.”

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