Irredeemable #32

Irredeemable #32

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Diego Barreto Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: December 7, 2011 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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THE IRREDEEMABLE/INCORRUPTIBLE CROSSOVER EVENT BEGINS! This month in the pages of IRREDEEMABLE or INCORRUPTIBLE…witness a life-changing tale from when the Plutonian was the world's most beloved superhero and Max Damage was one of the most savage super-villains anywhere! Don't miss the origin of this famous set of super-enemies in this 4-issue crossover event! This is the crossover event fans have been begging for! A can’t-miss issue of Mark Waid's multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated superhero series! NOT READING INCORRUPTIBLE TOO? You’re missing out! THE FIRST ISSUE OF THE IRREDEEMABLE/INCORRUPTIBLE CROSSOVER!

  • 9.0
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Dec 10, 2011

    I enjoyed reading this comic book a lot. I mean I literally have ZERO idea how Waid is going to end this storyline... Logically, it HAS to end with the Plutonian's parents dropping him off back at the end of time, but doing that would kill the Plutonian, and as satisfying as that event would be to read, it would also mean the end of this series... So in other words, the Plutonian has to figure out a way to outsmart his parents, thus returning to Earth AGAIN. For me, there's only one way this story can end in an acceptable fashion(hint: the Plutonian dies!), I can't wait to see what tricks Waid has up his sleeves to tie this one up. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Dec 11, 2011

    Even though it's tough to talk about when spoilers are a no-no! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Ryan K. Lindsay Dec 7, 2011

    There's a new concept cooking in "Irredeemable" and it's going to be another killer. If you aren't already a reader, you can buy this single issue and not only will you be piqued to find out what's happening next, but you'll track down the previous trades because you'll want more of the same quality. "Irredeemable" is so often the runner up to the glory and yet it stays strong and those who love it appreciate it every time. Do yourself a favor, pick up "Irredeemable" and see what the other spandex books are too afraid to do. Read Full Review

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