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by Mark Waid,Diego Barreto


A comic book industry event continues: Volume 4 of the new original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's.

A comic book industry event continues: Volume 4 of the new original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greates villain? A twlilight of the superheroes -style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME and EMPIRE! .

For one thing I'm REALLY not a fan of Peter Krause's artwork. Many of the covers in the back of the book look pretty amazing and I kinda wish THOSE artists had been the day to day artist.

Irredeemable Vol. 9 by Mark Waid, Diego Barreto (June 5, 2012)

Irredeemable Vol. 9 by Mark Waid, Diego Barreto (June 5, 2012). Mark Waid, a New York Times bestselling author, has written for a wider variety of well-known pop-culture characters and franchises than any other American author, from Superman to Star Wars to the Justice League to Archie to Spider-Man and many, many others. His award-winning work with artist Alex Ross, KINGDOM COME, is one of the best-selling graphic novels of all time.

Irredeemable is an American comic book series written by Mark Waid, drawn by Peter Krause and Diego Barreto, and published by Boom! Studios. The series follows the fall of the world's greatest superhero, the Plutonian, as he begins slaughtering. The series follows the fall of the world's greatest superhero, the Plutonian, as he begins slaughtering the population of Earth. His former allies, the superhero group The Paradigm, attempt to find a way to stop his rampage while dealing with their own problems of betrayal and hopelessness.

This is a bibliography of American comic book writer Mark Waid. Titles published by DC Comics include: Superman: Action Comics Vol. 1: "The Puzzle of the Purloined Fortress!" (with Rick Hoberg, in 1985). The 'Monumental' Menace of Metropolis!" (with Paris Cullins, in 1986). Human Target in The 'Pow! Zap! Wham!' Contract" (with Curt Swan, in 1989). Identity Crisis, Part Two: Keys" (with Tom Peyer and various artists, in 1996). 9 by Mark Waid - Legendary comic writer Mark Waid (KINGDOM COME) takes superhero . The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid!

Irredeemable Vol. 9 by Mark Waid - Legendary comic writer Mark Waid (KINGDOM COME) takes superhero comics to the next level asking the question, What if th. .The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greatest villain? A "twilight of the superheros"-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT. About The Illustrator.

Irredeemable, Vol. 9 book. The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greatest villain?

The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero.

The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero.

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Diego Barreto Publisher: Boom! . The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid!

The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greatest villain? A "twilight of the superheros"-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT.

Mark Waid, Diego Barreto

Mark Waid, Diego Barreto.

Legendary comic writer Mark Waid (KINGDOM COME) takes superhero comics to the next level asking the question, “What if the world’s greatest superhero decided to become the world’s greatest super-villain?”The Eisner Award nominated comic book industry event continues with the latest volume of the original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greatest villain? A "twilight of the superheros"-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT.
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One of the weaker volumes in this series that starts strong and then drags on too long. At the end of the last volume, his parents/creators were revealed. In this volume, a few issues are spent discussing the Plutonian's origin story. Stuck without enough content, Mr. Waid spends two chapters on Max Damage, a minor character who does not have much of a role in this series (really, it's an advertising gimmick to get readers to buy another series).

The moves of Modeus and Qubit are interesting, as usual.
Mikale
I have really enjoyed this series and like the other reviewers have felt it losing steam the last few episodes but i keep giving it another try because they have just enough great moments to keep me hooked. I liked the origin part. I thought it was interesting but wish it would have tied together better with the other characters. The thing that really turned me off was spending have the book trying to tie in Waids other book Max Damage again. I tried reading a few incorruptables and they just don't have the same charm. I really felt like this book was trying to force it's way into this storyline. I would much rather have known more about what happened with the reaming paradigm then more MAX DAMAGE.
Fordrellador
The worst of the series, in the sense that it was not fulfilling. I was an avid fan of the entire series. I would receive one volume (which a graphic novel is usual a solid week of casual reading for me) and finish it before going to bed that night. Mark Waid does a good job of keeping things interesting throughout the entire series.
This final volume tied up all loose ends and ended all plot lines. Completed the story. However, it felt like an editor told Waid, "hey. finish everything up in the next few pages." and that was it. If you are a fan of the Irredeemable then this is worth reading just to get closure.
Ydely
Irredeemable is the story of The Plutonian, a Superman-like hero, who finally snaps under the pressure of being perfect and nearly destroys the world in a fit of mania. Volume 9 of Irredeemable shows us the Plutonian's true origins and gives us hope that he might be defeated while at the same time showing us there is truely no hope for his redemption.

Mark Waid's hero gone bad comic franchise finally returns to form after a few missteps from previous volumes. This latest volume provide insight into the character that was lacking, particularly in the last two volumes, and begins to line up all the events for a great ending to the series.
Still In Mind
I'd complained in my reviews of volumes 7 and 8 that the series was losing steam and getting repetitive. Waid could still slip in some hammer blows but more and more often he was hitting with the same combination of punches. This volume (which I believe to be the penultimate volume) is a total departure. When last we left off the president had released two massive humanoids who claimed to be the Plutonians parents. Releasing them also unleashed a massive wave of radiation that wiped out a third of the Earths population (although oddly enough we never actually see it happen). This was all established in volume 8.

Volume 9 basically fills in the details of The Plutonians origin. What we don't get is appearances by The Survivor or Qubit or anyone from the Paradigm. Modeus makes a brief appearance in a flashback but this one is all Plutonian and Max Damage. Max Damage is the main character from Waid's companion series Incorruptible. This book is split down the middle with two issues from Irredeemable and two issues from Incorruptible. That leaves the four final issues for volume 10. The rest of the book is taken up by 12 pages of cover art and a 14 page preview of something called "Valen the Outcast".

When the origin of The Plutonian started I was a little worried we might be jumping into midi-chlorians territory of a mystery revealed that should have remained a mystery or perhaps just a let down after 8 volumes of buildup but I thought it was done well enough that I wasn't disappointed. Max Damages back story was pretty good too although the way he acquired his powers was perhaps a bit weak. I'm a little disappointed that this volume didn't pick up on the storylines from recent volumes but frankly this one is an improvement and breathed some life back in an increasingly strained series. It's probably a good thing that the series is coming to an end but it will be interesting to see how Waid ties everything together in the final four issues.
Kearanny
Excellent book! So much easier than wading through several comics.
Delalbine
Product as expected. I would recommend this seller to others.
great job
Irredeemable Vol. 9 ebook
Author:
Mark Waid,Diego Barreto
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Graphic Novels
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Publisher:
BOOM! Studios; Reprint edition (June 5, 2012)
Pages:
128 pages
Rating:
4.5
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