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YouTuber Ben Potter, known as Comicstorian, cause of death in ‘unfortunate accident’ in Colorado revealed

The cause of death of Ben Potter, the YouTube star known as The Comicstrean, who died in an “unfortunate accident” over the weekend, was revealed on Tuesday, according to reports.

Potter, 40, was driving a Toyota 4Runner on I-25 near Fort Collins at 9:19 a.m. Saturday when he went off the right shoulder, onto a service road and rolled several times, Colorado State Police said. He told the Denver Post.

He was the only occupant of the truck and no other vehicles were involved in the accident.

Ben Potter, a YouTube creator known as Comicstrean, died in a single-vehicle crash on Saturday, authorities said.

The beloved internet personality, who has more than 3 million subscribers on YouTube, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators told the media that Potter was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the crash.

Colorado State Police said the content creator was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash and was not believed to have been driving at a high rate of speed.

Potter lived in Windsor, about 16 miles from Fort Collins.

Potter’s wife, Natalie, said on Monday that her husband had died in a “tragic accident.”

Potter launched his YouTube channel in 2014 and has since amassed more than 3 million subscribers. Getty Images for Youtube Shorts

Off-camera, Natalie praised her husband for being the “rock star” of the family, “doing his best to make everyone laugh and make sure everyone was OK.”

“To many of you, he was a cartoonist and storyteller across many media. To his loved ones, he was one of the best and most supportive people anyone could hope for,” she said in the post.

“As a husband, son, brother, friend or just a stranger, Ben was a loving and loyal man who made time and listened to those he loved.”

Potter launched his YouTube channel in 2014 and has since gained a large following by creating audio dramas of comic books on the YouTube channel “Comicstorian.”

Potter was a resident of Windsor, about 16 miles from Fort Collins. @ComicStorian/Instagram

Superhero enthusiasts, channel Expressing opinions, reviews, and in-depth analysis of various comic book and superhero properties, especially Marvel and DC movie properties.

He further added, Target Monster Gaming The channel, which had around 200,000 subscribers, featured him discussing “video game lore” from fan-favorite franchises like “Assassin’s Creed” and “Resident Evil.”

The superhero enthusiast has built a following by creating comic book audio dramas on his YouTube channel, Comicstorian. @ComicStorian/Instagram

A self-proclaimed manga nerd, he also runs a vlog and manga channel under his own name. MangastrianA magazine featuring Japanese manga and graphic novels.

The popular YouTuber has shared over 4,000 videos throughout his 10-year content creation career.

His wife vowed to keep his channel alive and “honor him by continuing to tell great stories by great people and keep the memory of our superheroes alive.”

“His channel was one of his greatest achievements and we all need time to mourn him, but I know he wouldn’t want it to end like this.”

“I ask that you please respect my privacy as well as everyone else’s. My priority right now is preserving all that he built and I have no plans beyond that,” Natalie wrote.