After showcasing Golden Age Obscura Icon the Red Bee's death scenes yesterday, readers saw fit to school me on what was missing. Well, fine. I can dig deeper, and I can provide even more mortal moments for poor old Rick Raleigh. You ready for this, Red Bee fans? YOU ASKED FOR IT. I don't know if you're sadists or masochists.
Frequent Flyer American Hawkman pointed out that Crisis on Earth-X featured the Red Bee's first death, chronologically by publishing date, but it's more of an inference.
Speaking of Roy Thomas, he also brings up the Red Bee's death in America vs. the Justice Society of America #3 (1985):
In 1999, a couple of important mentions, including Plastic Man's famous contention that he shared his Prozac with the Red Bee in Grant Morrison's JLA #38:
Is there a fate worse than death? Yes. Being exiled to comic book limbo, a sort of continuity erasure, though TECHNICALLY, you might be both dead AND in limbo.